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07-05-2012, 02:09 PM
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Frederic St-Denis re-signed 1 year (2-way)

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Les ‪#Canadiens‬ concluent une entente d'un an/deux volets avec Frédéric St-Denis. / Habs ink Frédéric St-Denis to one-year/two-way deal.
http://twitter.com/CanadiensMTL/stat...56454205657088

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07-05-2012, 02:10 PM
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Great for hamilton!

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07-05-2012, 02:16 PM
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Meh don't ever see him cracking the lineup here.

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07-05-2012, 02:17 PM
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He got that much ? overpaid ......

Good to see him back he played well last year,beat the long odds to get here for sure.

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I personally think St-Denis played very respectably while he was here. And if I am not wrong, he was played on his off side.

Good signing!

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very glad to see him back. Seems like the perfect kind of vet to have in Hamilton, good enough to play a call up role in a pinch, ideally suited to provide leadership in the Bulldogs group of incoming young players.


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very glad to see him back. Seems like the perfect kind of vet to have in Hamilton, good enough to play a call up role in a pinch, ideally suited to provide leadership in the Bulldogs group of incoming young players.

I like the fact he never let any goals in while he was here.

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Good for Hamilton, good guy

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Good for hamilton, although I am still on the fence with the kid. I neither like him nor dislike him. Hopefully he can continue to develop and help make me a believer

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Should definitely be able to help the prospects that are coming to Hamilton.

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07-05-2012, 02:24 PM
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Good for hamilton, although I am still on the fence with the kid. I neither like him nor dislike him. Hopefully he can continue to develop and help make me a believer
That's usually a good sign with a call-up D.

If you don't notice them, they are doing something right.

Didn't St-Denis finish as a + player? Or is my goldfish memory surfacing again?

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That's usually a good sign with a call-up D.

If you don't notice them, they are doing something right.

Didn't St-Denis finish as a + player? Or is my goldfish memory surfacing again?
yes plus 3 in 17 games...had 3 pts.

goals against avg 0.00 and sv percentage of 1000

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goals against avg 0.00 and sv percentage of 1000
Well clearly MB should have re-signed him longterm instead of Price.

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Well clearly MB should have re-signed him longterm instead of Price.
Hah. I'm not entirely sure he wouldn't have been a better option than Bouillon...

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yes plus 3 in 17 games...had 3 pts.

goals against avg 0.00 and sv percentage of 1000
That's unpossible

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Hah. I'm not entirely sure he wouldn't have been a better option than Bouillon...
Nor am I, but I get lots of hate when I mention that, so I'm going to leave the Bouillon subject alone.

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unpossible: That's impossible


good to see him back, as a 8-9th D

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I actually thought he carried himself very well at first sight. Good depth signing for Hamilton, maybe get a sniff of the NHL this year if there are enough injuries or Habs d prospects have a tough transition.

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Good depth guy. Not a top-6 NHL defenseman, but can play bottom pairing on a call up basis.

Very poor mans Josh Gorges!

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good to see him back, as a 8-9th D
It's possible when you're Ralph Wiggum.

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Should be our 8-9th d-man. Showed his capable of playing in reduced role.

We'll see how it all plays out but I think we got 1 too many NHL d-men as is.

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Decent enough depth signing. Kid did well in his audition so it makes perfect sense to sign him to a two-way.

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Good news

I thought he did a good job with the Habs last season

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I have hopes he can turn out to be a decent bottom unit defenseman in a couple years. His first callup was very impressive. In his limited minutes he was the best third pairing defenseman they used all year.

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25 posts in and no one has whined yet?

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