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Michel Oueltte On Recall Waivers, Clears

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11-03-2008, 05:57 PM
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Thats good. what about ketchup?

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11-03-2008, 06:02 PM
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This guy should not clear re-entry waivers.. he is an nhl player.
I agree. He's a hard worker. That's worth a lot.

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11-03-2008, 06:32 PM
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Fletcher will pick him up , he needs the offense and at about 700, 000 with him being a UFA next year it makes sense. The kid can score , and he is capable on a younger team to get quality minutes.

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11-03-2008, 06:42 PM
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Thats good. what about ketchup?
Personal choice.

I would use from Frank's though.

Only way to spice up an otherwise dull and tasteless omelette.

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11-04-2008, 02:16 AM
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I love the different spellings of his name: Ouellet, Oulet, Oullet, Ouelett, Ouelette, Omelette, Oueltte, Maxime, Ouellette.
How bout people trying to spell his damn name. Maxime and Michele is almost 2 diffrent type of names, and 2 diffrent palyers if you guys say (Maxim Ouellette)

Id be surprised if he gets picked up.

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11-04-2008, 02:19 AM
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Max Omelette? Whats in it?
Power. Max Power.

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Wonder if he'll make it to the Canucks
Michel Ouellet.

People complain about him but all he does is put up decent stats. Fellow Pens fans said he would be crap in Tampa but he still scored close to 20 goals on a not so impressive Tampa team.

If you give him ice time like Wellwood, he could provide offense. He's better offensively than Pyatt, that's for sure.

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11-04-2008, 03:27 AM
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Michel Ouellet.

People complain about him but all he does is put up decent stats. Fellow Pens fans said he would be crap in Tampa but he still scored close to 20 goals on a not so impressive Tampa team.

If you give him ice time like Wellwood, he could provide offense. He's better offensively than Pyatt, that's for sure.
He puts up decent offensive stats but is worthless in every other facet of the game. As for scoring close to 20 in Tampa, somebody had to.

Wellwood is ten times the player Ouellet is and, quite frankly, I think I'd rather have Pyatt as well.

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I'd take a Maxim Omelette on recall waivers.

Mostly because I'm hungry though.
I've seen someone seriously refer to his brother as Maximum Omelette.

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11-04-2008, 11:58 AM
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Ouellet clears, excellent news for the Canucks.

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Sedin Sedin Ouellet - Two Eggs and an Omelette - The Breakfast Line

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For as much crap as people give him, he's always had a good attitude and has worked to stick in the NHL. I hope he can do well with Vancouver.

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He puts up decent offensive stats but is worthless in every other facet of the game. As for scoring close to 20 in Tampa, somebody had to.

Wellwood is ten times the player Ouellet is and, quite frankly, I think I'd rather have Pyatt as well.

Ouellet also led Tampa Bay in +/- and was second on the team in shooting percentage over 64 games. I dunno how he can suck that badly defensively when he's leading the worst team in the league in +/-.

I gotta see this guy play because the stats are not jiving with what some posters are saying.

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Ouellet also led Tampa Bay in +/- and was second on the team in shooting percentage over 64 games. I dunno how he can suck that badly defensively when he's leading the worst team in the league in +/-.

I gotta see this guy play because the stats are not jiving with what some posters are saying.
Playing with Halpern helped him in everyway, I mean before Halpern arrived he was playing crap. Halpern was the perfect kind of player for him to play with, I mean if there is a similar player to centre him on a different team then that team could be on to a winner, but if not dont bother as he will score about 2 points and do jack ****...

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11-04-2008, 03:20 PM
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Playing with Halpern helped him in everyway, I mean before Halpern arrived he was playing crap. Halpern was the perfect kind of player for him to play with, I mean if there is a similar player to centre him on a different team then that team could be on to a winner, but if not dont bother as he will score about 2 points and do jack ****...
Kesler seems like a pretty good comparable to Halpern...

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Playing with Halpern helped him in everyway, I mean before Halpern arrived he was playing crap. Halpern was the perfect kind of player for him to play with, I mean if there is a similar player to centre him on a different team then that team could be on to a winner, but if not dont bother as he will score about 2 points and do jack ****...
halpern is not exactly scott gomez. michel benefitted from halpern, but he doesn't need an nhl superstar to produce in the nhl, just a competent linemate. dont forget he missed 18 games in 2007 and still got 17 goals and 36 points with darche and hlavac as linemates (two players that are also not in the nhl any longer).

i just dont see how fellow lightning fans can argue that richards never had linemates and that's why he didn't produce, but then won't give anyone else the same benefit of the doubt.

imo, ouellet is a good 3rd/4th line winger for the conucks, and i hope he can stay up.

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