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11-26-2009, 02:07 PM
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Isin't he out for a couple of weeks?
no news about him today

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11-26-2009, 02:07 PM
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Apparently his flatulence in the now infamous 6 hour limo ride made the driver nauseous. We can't have that in our organization.
Now why did you go and use a word like that? You got one third of the members running for a dictionary, you got another third asking themselves what is a dictionary and you got the last third wondering what does being flat have to do with anything.

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11-26-2009, 02:09 PM
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Overrated? You must be kidding right? Please tell me your kidding.
I hope you're kidding thinking he's kidding

Desharnais has always been overrated... so overrated that they prevent him from being in the NHL because the organisation wants to protect him from being overrated by fans... they learnt from the Latendresse experiment

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11-26-2009, 02:09 PM
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Now why did you go and use a word like that? You got one third of the members running for a dictionary, you got another third asking themselves what is a dictionary and you got the last third wondering what does being flat have to do with anything.
put me in group A

although when mcphee is around, you know a fart joke isn't that far away

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11-26-2009, 02:13 PM
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Surprised it wasn't Wyman.
Oh well, this isn't the last we'll see of DD.

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11-26-2009, 02:14 PM
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put me in group A

although when mcphee is around, you know a fart joke isn't that far away
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11-26-2009, 02:15 PM
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Really? I'm no cap expert, but i was under the impression that the long term injury to Markov gave us some decent cap relief.
Markov's injury only gives Habs cap space if they are against cap ceiling, since they can in that situation exceed the cap for amount equal to Markov's cap hit, but it doesn't really give Habs any cap relief.

Per capgeek, Habs are currently projected to have a bit less than 700k in cap space at the end of season. So any dollars that can be save by transporting player to AHL and back can be extremely valuable come deadline, if Habs decide to be buyers.

For reference, if Gainey is confident Price won't hit his bonuses, Habs can use the bonus cushion to create 2 million additional cap space, which would allow them to sign player with 3.8 million cap hit today.

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ever vigilant.
There you go with your book learnings and big words again. My head cant take it anymore.

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11-26-2009, 02:17 PM
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ever vigilant.
McPhee, I think his name is Hackett why are you calling him Virgil?

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11-26-2009, 02:21 PM
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Good thing. We don't need another overrated Québécois. Look at his size and speed = AHL.
Who cares if he's Quebecois? You could say that about any nationality...but you don't.

This makes you sound no better than the morons on l'Attaque à 5.

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11-26-2009, 02:43 PM
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Gainey said the Habs were extremely close to the cap and it would have to be monitored daily, so it's possible Desharnais could be back Saturday and this is just a way to save a few bucks for Thursday and Friday, while giving the Bulldogs a needed boost for their game Friday.

But hopefully it means at least 1 injured player will be healthy enough to play on Saturday.

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11-26-2009, 02:52 PM
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Really? I'm no cap expert, but i was under the impression that the long term injury to Markov gave us some decent cap relief.
Gainey himself said it on Tuesday that they had a very very very tight cap situation right now and it was going to be managed day-by-day.

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11-26-2009, 02:57 PM
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Wasn't it him who was late on covering his man on the 3rd goal? Anyway, best of luck to him.

BTW does this mean someone is back in tonight? Or is Andrei's foot maybe not broken? (Hey one can hope).
Yes he was the guy who was late covering his man on the 3rd goal.


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11-26-2009, 03:50 PM
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Good thing. We don't need another overrated Québécois. Look at his size and speed = AHL.


The guy made it from the ECHL to the NHL by having excellent numbers and working his ass off. Yesterday was his first game with the Habs and you call him overrated(and you add Quebecois like it had something to do). I hope I'll never see you criticize French medias for overhyping Qc players because you're doing the exact opposite. Which is not really better.
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11-26-2009, 04:23 PM
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As per La Presse, Wyman missed the defensive coverage on Gonchar's goal.

Un mot sur David Desharnais : ne jugez pas son talent et son potentiel sur le match d’hier. Le petit gars est passé inaperçu pas mal en 12 présences et près de huit minutes d’utilisation.

C’est presque une bonne nouvelle compte-tenu qu’il jouait en compagnie de Kyle Chipchura et de James Wyman.

Wyman a bousillé une couverture défensive qui a ouvert la porte au but de Sergei Gonchar entraînant du coup un différentiel négatif à ses compagnons de trio.

http://blogues.cyberpresse.ca/gagnon/?p=70315158

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[QUOTE=Jigger77;22325090]Wasn't it him who was late on covering his man on the 3rd goal?

I think that was Wyman

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11-26-2009, 06:26 PM
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McPhee, I think his name is Hackett why are you calling him Virgil?
My mistake, I was thinking of the Dylan song, Forever Vigilant.

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11-26-2009, 06:51 PM
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Impossible to judge him on one NHL game, but it's tough to imagine great success given the lack of size, reach, and skating.

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My mistake, I was thinking of the Dylan song, Forever Vigilant.
Dylan wrote that? Hell, I didn't know he was into football.

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I missed the game but I'm just convincing myself he will be the next Martin St. Louis one day. I expect him to get 4 years and over 200 games of experience to prove himself too.
Deharnais is not st-louis, deharnais in his wildest dreams will become a gionta.

Cammalleri 5'9 St-louis 5'9 almost 10.

gionta 5'7
deharnais 5'6

he might as well become next fleury (theoren) 5'6 also.

st louis is small but not that small.
fleury was small and had to work his arse off. too bad he needed drugs in order to do so. so can a sober deharnais succeed in nhl? who knows... better work hard

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As per La Presse, Wyman missed the defensive coverage on Gonchar's goal.

Un mot sur David Desharnais : ne jugez pas son talent et son potentiel sur le match d’hier. Le petit gars est passé inaperçu pas mal en 12 présences et près de huit minutes d’utilisation.

C’est presque une bonne nouvelle compte-tenu qu’il jouait en compagnie de Kyle Chipchura et de James Wyman.

Wyman a bousillé une couverture défensive qui a ouvert la porte au but de Sergei Gonchar entraînant du coup un différentiel négatif à ses compagnons de trio.

http://blogues.cyberpresse.ca/gagnon/?p=70315158
That didn't prevent Sergei from playing well next to them with about the same ice time Desharnais had.

The kid simply isn't ready and there's a reason why he was the first one sent down.

Obviously, if you put any offensive prospect on the top6, he should be better than in the bottom6. That applies to every one.

Nobody is saying he's not good or won't be. But out of the top6 prospects, he's the least ready. There isn't place for 10players on the first two lines, so he's better off down in AHL.

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Deharnais is not st-louis, deharnais in his wildest dreams will become a gionta.

Cammalleri 5'9 St-louis 5'9 almost 10.

gionta 5'7
deharnais 5'6

he might as well become next fleury (theoren) 5'6 also.

st louis is small but not that small.
fleury was small and had to work his arse off. too bad he needed drugs in order to do so. so can a sober deharnais succeed in nhl? who knows... better work hard

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Gomez,Kostitsyn or Pouliot
Pooly is out till next week iirc.

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Deharnais is not st-louis, deharnais in his wildest dreams will become a gionta.

Cammalleri 5'9 St-louis 5'9 almost 10.

gionta 5'7
deharnais 5'6

he might as well become next fleury (theoren) 5'6 also.

st louis is small but not that small.
fleury was small and had to work his arse off. too bad he needed drugs in order to do so. so can a sober deharnais succeed in nhl? who knows... better work hard
also, we don't need another dwarf in our team. I hope he tries in another team, not the habs. We've been weak for many years, let's not continue on this path.

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11-26-2009, 08:14 PM
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Gainey hates french players.

Good luck to David. He played quite good last night but obviously needs more time in Hamilton to develop.
I hope you're sarcastic..he couldn't get it out along the boards, he got pushed around like a pylon, and ya, like someone else said he didn't quite help on the pens 3rd goal. He looked extremely small and was easily removed from the puck, even when we had a little thing going in front of fleury. Their D pushed him around like a doll. I obviously want our prospects to turn out well, but he's too small and is not strong enough on the puck like a Crosby/St-louis. I guess we'll have to see if he ever develops (maybe take steroids) but right now he does not belong in the nhl.

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