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10-01-2012, 11:29 PM
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Excited to see how NB and Tinordi make the jump.

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10-01-2012, 11:33 PM
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Where's Gomer fit in if he's buried in minors??? Or are we banking on that amnesty clause in the CBA? Serious question, not just making another Gomez joke
I think the amnesty clause is likely since it makes sense to both players and teams. Gomer would rather sign somewhere at a discount that riding buses in the AHL.

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Perhaps Darche's replacement.
Nothing to replace.

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Where's Gomer fit in if he's buried in minors??? Or are we banking on that amnesty clause in the CBA? Serious question, not just making another Gomez joke
Probably out west somewhere or near New York(Binghamton). That being said with any cap rollback I expect some amnesty buyouts. I wouldn't be surprised if the union pushes for that...1 amnesty buyout every 4-5 years so guys don't end up AHL because of their contract like Redden Huet and others.

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Leveille is an interesting invite. Former first rounder with Atlanta so Rick Dudley will know him well.

On Ouellet, great hands around the net but his play without the puck made him a border line NHL player (like a Nigel Dawes).

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Leveille is not a invite .. he's signed by the bulldogs

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Leveille is not a invite .. he's signed by the bulldogs
Until the roster is set, they're all invites. 43 players won't make the final roster.

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10-02-2012, 06:11 PM
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Until the roster is set, they're all invites. 43 players won't make the final roster.
meaning he goes to ECHL if he doesn't make the team

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Nothing to replace.
I'm glad I won't get to see Darche in the top 9 anymore but the guy had its uses. Not everyone on the team has to be a star.. need those glue guys as well.

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10-03-2012, 06:37 AM
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I'm glad I won't get to see Darche in the top 9 anymore but the guy had its uses. Not everyone on the team has to be a star.. need those glue guys as well.
Still don't understand the hate by some for Darche

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Still don't understand the hate by some for Darche
It's because he was being used in places that he should not have been. Not his fault, but the people putting him there were hated too. Guilt by association.

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Leveille is an interesting invite. Former first rounder with Atlanta so Rick Dudley will know him well.

On Ouellet, great hands around the net but his play without the puck made him a border line NHL player (like a Nigel Dawes).
He should have known that that was an absolute terrible pick.

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Where's Gomer fit in if he's buried in minors??? Or are we banking on that amnesty clause in the CBA? Serious question, not just making another Gomez joke
Gomez doesn't belong in the minors until the NHL unlocks the doors. I would also assume that Gomez gets another chance to prove his worthlessness. But if not why pay him now while everyone is locked out. Just waive and ship him down after the lockout.

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I'd like to see

Geoffrion-Leblanc-Palushaj (good Habs line if the season started, in a limited role)
Blunden-Bournival-Gallagher (two great skaters, one big guy to protect them)
Quailer-Nattinen-Dumont (Nattinen and Dumont could become effective 4th liners)
Ouellet-Holland-Stortini ( Holland gets experience playing with vets)

Fortier and Schultz as reserves. Avtsyn can return to Russia.

I like the defense. Period.

Would love to see Desjardins play his way to Montréal.

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10-03-2012, 03:52 PM
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Fortier is probably no longer an NHL prospect, but I have a hard time seeing him outside Hamilton's top 12 forwards. Being one of the Bulldogs' most trusted forwards when healthy at 22 years old, I don't imagine he'll be expected to regress at 23?

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10-03-2012, 05:38 PM
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I'd like to see

Geoffrion-Leblanc-Palushaj (good Habs line if the season started, in a limited role)
Blunden-Bournival-Gallagher (two great skaters, one big guy to protect them)
Quailer-Nattinen-Dumont (Nattinen and Dumont could become effective 4th liners)
Ouellet-Holland-Stortini ( Holland gets experience playing with vets)

Fortier and Schultz as reserves. Avtsyn can return to Russia.

I like the defense. Period.

Would love to see Desjardins play his way to Montréal.
I'd rather see Dumont play center on the forth than on the wing and I'd rather see Blunden play center and move Bournival on the LW.

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Hefteronhabs is streaming today's intramural game. Players on the ice now. Low quality camera, but better than nothing.
Here's the link to it

http://www.justin.tv/hefteronthehabs...#/w/3915734000

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10-03-2012, 07:05 PM
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Nattinen - LeBlanc - Palushaj'A'
Geoffrion - Chaput - Gallagher
Ouellet - Dumont'A' - Holland
Avtsin - Bournival - Blunden

St-Denis'C' - Ellis
Tinordi - Beaulieu
Stejskal - Nash
This team would definitely have a chance for the Calder Cup.

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10-03-2012, 08:49 PM
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This team would definitely have a chance for the Calder Cup.
I doubt this team make the playoff.

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I doubt this team make the playoff.
With Desjardins in net, they will make the playoffs easily with that line up

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With Desjardins in net, they will make the playoffs easily with that line up
Have you seen another AHL lineup before writing that?

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Have you seen another AHL lineup before writing that?
Yep

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10-03-2012, 11:07 PM
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Assigned to ECHL:

Stefan Chaput
Olivier Fortier
Ian Schultz
Joe Stejskal
Daultan Leveille

Freed:

Michel Ouellet
Spencer Bennett
Brendan Ranford
Zack Torquato
Kyle Rank
Sebastian Owuya
Cody Wild
Scott Darling (G)
Cody Reichard (G)

ref: http://www.rds.ca/bulldogs/chroniques/348918.html

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10-04-2012, 12:08 AM
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So that leaves

Geoffrion Leblanc Palushaj

Gallagher Bournival Holland

Quailer Nattinen Blunden

Hagel Farnham Dumont

Stortini Avstyn



Tinordi St Denis

Beaulieu Pateryn

Nash Ellis

Corbin



Desjardins

Delmas

With Berger, Macaulay, Lefebvre going down and Gagne/Boutet getting cut.

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