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07-15-2010, 11:43 AM
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Minor League Free agents

When are the Canadiens going to sign free agents for Hamilton for next season.

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When are the Canadiens going to sign free agents for Hamilton for next season.
Hopefully they will find a D or two. They signed Hunter Bishop, Brendon Nash to NHL contracts, Jimmy Bonneau, David Urquhart to AHL contracts.

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Hopefully they will find a D or two. They signed Hunter Bishop, Brendon Nash to NHL contracts, Jimmy Bonneau, David Urquhart to AHL contracts.
OT I hope that this thread will not be derailed as fast as the first...


Montreal always find AHL plugs when they have finished with their RFAs (Price )

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Hopefully they will find a D or two. They signed Hunter Bishop, Brendon Nash to NHL contracts, Jimmy Bonneau, David Urquhart to AHL contracts.
Related to Cory?

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What about Brian Fahey, is he someone they can go for ? For veteran d.

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What about Brian Fahey, is he someone they can go for ? For veteran d.
Washington signed him.

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Bonneau back in the mix.

A lot of guys liked Nielson after his pre-season game vs. the Sens last year. But Bonneau is an upgrade as the bigger and potentially tougher guy for that role.

Jimmy is getting more experience and winning more of his fights each year (had a victory over Mirasty near the end of the year). He'll probably not ever improve enough to be a regular shift player, but he could become a part-time enforcer with a few more seasons under his belt. Granted he'll most likely be gone by then.

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