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02-21-2013, 10:07 AM
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Originally Posted by RC51 View Post
this is rather simple. Leblanc need to get to be 100% then he needs to continue his rise in his NHL level play. If he fails to do either he will get a bit more time extra from the Habs if after all that he still is NOT NHL material he will be traded and that's about all she wrote on Mr. Leblanc.
Don't think that I am a mean guy, it's the way of life. You get your shot, do with it what you can, you get your second chance, do with that what you MUST, fail again! and well go work at Walmart.
A bit hard*** , or "old school" if you like. Lablanc has already looked like
NHL material last year. So your point might not fit him perfectly.

In any case, once he finishes his degree at Harvard, they may "fast track"
him at Walmart. I'm not too worried about this kid's future.

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