What? So stop talking about him then. You feel a need to give people a hard time about a topic you don't care about? That's really weird.
Anyway, Dido does do everything. He scores, he passes, he plays in both ends, he kills penalties, he hits, he gets under the skin of opponents and he is fearless. The only thing that will stop this guy is his slight build, but even smaller guys have been able to do well for themselves.
It's Frankie what else do you expect (too bad I can't view all of his/her posts).
It says on the tsn website that Chris Didomenico has made the IIHF Canadian roster, glad to see him make it
Word is he will be traded to Cape Breton this coming week and not be heading back to St.John,,saw him play few times this year.He is small,,but very smart and reminds me of Rick Middleton with suttle moves to gain space.He sees ice very well i know that.as for this Drummondville talk,i don.t think the atlantic teams are very happy with rules being changed in a year where they are strong.U will see Cape Breton Vs St,John and both of those teams will meet having more pts then Montreal vs whoever they play,,Kind of rigged u ask me.St.john G.M already illuded to this.I say he helps stack team on his own side just for dirt.
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When you trade a player of his talent, you tend to do it outside of your own division. I don't say Cape Breton isn't possible, but it would cost a lot. And after I saw this team, I'm not sure they're ready for a Cup run this year, even with DiDomenico on their roster... Anyway, he might not get traded at all...
We'll see soon enough.
Last edited by SergeConstantin74: 12-19-2008 at 09:51 AM.