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02-14-2010, 09:19 AM
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Desharnais, Pyatt, Subban sent down

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02-14-2010, 09:23 AM
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No real surprise there.

All three had decent runs, Subban obviously the most noticeable.

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02-14-2010, 09:28 AM
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Good for them,they get to play hockey for these 2 weeks

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Everyone should be feeling fine and dandy at the end of the Olympics. They'll be recalled if required. Simple as that.


As well, I believe the cap is calculated daily...so we can save some coin here.

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Good for them,they get to play hockey for these 2 weeks
Sadly, there will be a few people who will not understand that idea, and complain about Canadiens managment.

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02-14-2010, 09:39 AM
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Sadly, there will be a few people who will not understand that idea, and complain about Canadiens managment.
Who the heck will say that? What's the point in keeping them with the team....team that isn't allowed to practice anyway?

That's not even a decision, it's what had to be done.

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02-14-2010, 09:57 AM
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note: Darche wasnt sent down

due to waiver rules or merit?

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02-14-2010, 09:58 AM
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I agree with everyone: there was no reason whatsoever to keep them in Montreal during the olympic break.


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note: Darche wasnt sent down

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Both!

Darche, just like the infamous D'Agostini, had to go “through the waivers”.

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02-14-2010, 10:00 AM
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note: Darche wasnt sent down

due to waiver rules or merit?
Im quite sure its due to waiver rules.


The organisation would surely want to have him play during the break than have him sit home.

Another point to consider, perhaps we need to keep a minimum of players on our active roster.

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note: Darche wasnt sent down

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Perhaps he earned some rest.....good player who uses alot of energy. Why not give him a bit of time off

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Perhaps he earned some rest.....good player who uses alot of energy. Why not give him a bit of time off
lol, no... no.

He'd have to be put on waivers to be sent down.

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Perhaps he earned some rest.....good player who uses alot of energy. Why not give him a bit of time off
Considering he only played more than 10min once(10:11) in his past 5 games, I don't think fatigue is an issue.

Reassignments of the other players were expected, there's no reason for them to be on vacation and our injured players will probably be back.

Now, when it all starts again, I want to see Subban back up along with White and Stewart or Neilson. I know the chances of this happening are slim, but I really hope Gauthier brings some grit and aggressive role players in. If the past two games vs the Flyers weren't a big enough indication that we need to address this ASAP, then what will be..

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Considering he only played more than 10min once(10:11) in his past 5 games, I don't think fatigue is an issue.

Reassignments of the other players were expected, there's no reason for them to be on vacation and our injured players will probably be back.

Now, when it all starts again, I want to see Subban back up along with White and Stewart or Neilson. I know the chances of this happening are slim, but I really hope Gauthier brings some grit and aggressive role players in. If the past two games vs the Flyers weren't a big enough indication that we need to address this ASAP, then what will be..
PS: Neilson doesnt have an NHL contract.

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Now, when it all starts again, I want to see Subban back up along with White and Stewart or Neilson. I know the chances of this happening are slim, but I really hope Gauthier brings some grit and aggressive role players in. If the past two games vs the Flyers weren't a big enough indication that we need to address this ASAP, then what will be..
The scuttlebutt among people like McGuire & McKenzie is that the Habs are interested in people like Cogliano & Frulov.

You really think this management team is anywhere near your "indication"?

I've been moaning about the lack of size & grit on this team since the summer and I haven't seen any "indication" from this management that they will address this problem.

And the sad thing is right now only the Flyers and a couple of other teams play hard-nosed. Wait till after the Olympics and during the playoffs (if we make the playoffs). It's only gonna get grittier and nastier from now on.

I want to wish our smurfs good luck.

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Subban is overhyped, he's gettin what he deserves. Riding the bus in Hamilton.

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No real surprise there.

All three had decent runs, Subban obviously the most noticeable.
Too bad that Price did not feel that he needed some conditioning at AHL level for 15 days....

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02-14-2010, 10:29 AM
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Too bad that Price did not feel that he needed some conditioning at AHL level for 15 days....
... what are you on about now?

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Purely out of curiosity; could any of our NHLers have gone down on conditioning stints if they requested it? I presume not, probably some weird safeguard against that. Plus they surely wouldn't WANT to for the vast majority. But I am curious.

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... what are you on about now?
The guy played like 3 games in the last month and has not been overly impressive in any of them. He's getting rusted.

And IF gauthier really want to deal Halak, I would like Price to be sharper for the rest of the season.

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02-14-2010, 10:34 AM
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The guy played like 3 games in the last month and has not been overly impressive in any of them. He's getting rusted.

And IF gauthier really want to deal Halak, I would like Price to be sharper for the rest of the season.
Carey Price - The Man of Steel.

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The guy played like 3 games in the last month and has not been overly impressive in any of them. He's getting rusted.

And IF gauthier really want to deal Halak, I would like Price to be sharper for the rest of the season.
Ahh. ok, at least you're not being crazy.

But yeah, I doubt that happens.

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02-14-2010, 10:43 AM
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D'Agostini gets a well deserved 2 week rest, glad they didn't risk losing him to waivers.

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02-14-2010, 10:43 AM
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The scuttlebutt among people like McGuire & McKenzie is that the Habs are interested in people like Cogliano & Frulov.

You really think this management team is anywhere near your "indication"?

I've been moaning about the lack of size & grit on this team since the summer and I haven't seen any "indication" from this management that they will address this problem.

And the sad thing is right now only the Flyers and a couple of other teams play hard-nosed. Wait till after the Olympics and during the playoffs (if we make the playoffs). It's only gonna get grittier and nastier from now on.

I want to wish our smurfs good luck.
Well, I think things might be a little different with everyone back.
Personally, I don't think we lose 6-2 vs the Flyers if Cammy-Pouliot-A.Kost-Markov and MAB are in the line up.
We probably win the game on Friday as well.

I think our need for bigger guys would diminish a little bit, but I still would keep at least White here.

As much as Philly was bullying us yesterday, they didn't lose because we were intimidated. The Flyers won thanks to Carter-Richards-Gagné-Briere-Hartnell-Giroux-Van R.-Pronger-Timonen, not because of Carcillo-Laperriere-etc..
They had their top skilled players in, we were missing more than half of our best players and that's why we lost.

We still need more grit, even when healthy, but I don't think it's that bad.

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PS: Neilson doesnt have an NHL contract.
I don't think signing him would cripple us.

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