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01-28-2004, 07:04 PM
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dre
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perrault is not a two-way player, but there is no room on a scoring line. he has a good shot, but limited playmaking skills, so he can't create his own chances. montreal isn't a place for him to thrive right now since he is playing with langdon and some other guy that can't get him the puck in the slot. unless there is an injury to a scoring line(knock on wood) he is not needed on the habs. i'd rather have an energy player (begin) on the bottom lines, not a floater. he can be successful on another team that needs a scoring center. but most teams that need that type of player or probably low end teams that have given up on the year and don't want to add payroll. contending teams could use his faceoffs, but they would have to play him with skilled players or he would be in the same situation he is in now. perrault has realized his role is been greatly reduced, and has played very uninspired, which isnt going to get his playing time back.

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