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09-01-2011, 05:18 PM
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Because Hamilton has zero offensive centers, I mean none at all. Plus we don't know he's going to be a winger in the future, my guess is that when he gets a callup with the Habs, I could see him being used on the wing.


Fortier sound promising as offensive center.

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If anyone makes it, it's probably Engvist.

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Unless PG sign another center, i think Engqvist will stick with the team.

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Because Hamilton has zero offensive centers, I mean none at all.
Brock Trottier says hello.

should be a point a game player in Hamilton if he finds the right line mates and should insulate Leblanc a little bit if Louis does indeed play center in Hamilton.

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I dunno where i read that but some writer wrote that Leblanc was nothing more than another Max Lapierre, any words about it guys?
If Leblanc is willing and able to pass the puck to his teammates (and I believe he is), the word is FALSE

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Unless PG sign another center, i think Engqvist will stick with the team.
That's what I think as well and we know Martin is a big fan of these types of players, Engqvist will probably make it as it looks like Gauthier will not bring anyone else in for the start of camp. Would have liked to see Madden for maybe a year, but might as well give the youngsters a shot

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Fortier sound promising as offensive center.
He might sound promising as an offensive center but he hasn't looked like one yet. It will be interesting to see how he does now that his former coach is running the team. I really hope he can pick up the offense as we will likely need him to.

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Brock Trottier says hello.
Tell him I said hi back. Trotter was always a LW in Hamilton so I assume that he will be back at LW again. Unless he's gotten quicker, stronger and improved his defensive play I think he's better off on the wing, but they may have to put him at center if others struggle to produce or if Leblanc isn't ready for opening day.

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