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09-09-2006, 07:22 PM
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Originally Posted by TheHoser View Post
Anyone wanna translate that artical for me? Sounds like Desjardins played well but I can't say.

In a game that not much could be taken from, the Canadiens prospects easily took control fo their opponents from the Florida Panthers, Saturday, winning 5-1 in front of a handful of passionate hockey fans at the Ricoh Coliseum.

What can be taken from this game is that goaltender Cedrick Desjardins created a good impression in his debut in the Canadiens organization. The former Rimouski Oceanic and Quebec Rempart netminder who accepted an American Hockey League contract in July stopped 30 shots.

Only Dan Collins was able to beat him during a two-man powerplay for the Panthers at the beginning of the third period.

For the Habs, forwards Mikhail Grabovski - who was the star Friday - , Guillaume Latendresse, and Kyle Chipchura again played well. Grabovski set up the first goal of the game by Sergei Kostitsyn, who himself made a few nice moves.

Latendresse scored the 5th goal of the Habs in the third period, completing a pass from Chipchura down low, who was picking up his second point of the game.

Latendresse, of the Drumondville Voltigeurs, also picked up an assist, all the while taking a few penalties.

Mathieu Aubin of the Lewiston MAINEiacs and Benjamin Maxwell were the others who beat goaltender David Shantz, who faced 27 shots.

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