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01-11-2013, 07:24 AM
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On RDS there is a debate about who will be the sixth dman between Diaz, Weber or Kaberle. They place Bouillon as the 3rd dman.... in front of Subban
haha no way! who's number one and two?

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haha no way! who's number one and two?
St-Denis and Beaulieu

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St-Denis and Beaulieu
well played!

you would think that the province that has produced so many hall of famers would have better analysts that the **** that's hanging out at RDS. le reseau des ****

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At the same moment, on TVA sport they were saying that we could trade subban for a big center or a lw/rw because we have depth at his position with Beaulieu and Tinordi...

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well played!

you would think that the province that has produced so many hall of famers would have better analysts that the **** that's hanging out at RDS. le reseau des ****

In order right now it should be

Subban
Gorges
Markov
Emelin
Kaberle/Bouillon
Diaz
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In order right now it should be

Subban
Gorges
Markov
Emelin
Kaberle/Bouillon
Diaz
Weber
Markov is still our best D.

Markov
Subban
Gorges
Emelin
Diaz
Weber
Kaberle
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01-11-2013, 08:22 AM
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Markov
Subban
Gorges
Kaberle
Diaz
Emelin
Bouillon
Weber
St.denis

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for now:

Subban
Markov
Gorges
Kaberle
Emelin
Bouillon
Diaz
Weber
St-Denis

After a couple of games switch markov and subban.

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01-11-2013, 08:31 AM
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Markov is still our best D.

Markov
Subban
Gorges
Emelin
Diaz
Weber
Kaberle
Bouillon
I like this list and all but if they want to try and move Kaberle he will have to play and with Therrien as coach I see the Cube being moved up the teams depth chart...ugh.

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01-11-2013, 08:39 AM
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Markov is still our best D.

Markov
Subban
Gorges
Emelin
Diaz
Weber
Kaberle
Bouillon

Its wrong...Have you see Bouillon play in last year playoff? he is miles ahead of Weber IMO

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Markov
Subban
Gorges
Kaberle
Diaz
Emelin
Bouillon
Weber
St.denis
I agree with this.

How about the forwards ?
Cole
Plekanec
Pacioretty
Desharnais
Gionta
Bourque
Eller
Moen
Prust
Armstrong
White
Leblanc

Don't know where to put Gomez.

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At the same moment, on TVA sport they were saying that we could trade subban for a big center or a lw/rw because we have depth at his position with Beaulieu and Tinordi...
Well if the deal is to get all this and be sure you finish bottom 3 in the draft so you will have more chance in getting Seth Jones.....I would think about it. Problem is....even with a Subban trade, unless we have a whole lot of injuries again, I don't see us finishing bottom 3. And since it's a lottery that will determine this....with our luck, we might not have what we hope we have.

But if really TVA Sports got that argument to explain a Subban trade...that's stupid but as usual. Yet, people should make the difference between "TVA Sports" and a "Guy" on TVA Sports. Who said that and everybody agreed? Makes no sense 'cause if you want to be a player now, Beaulieu and Tinordi will not help you. Both guys are at least 3 years from making a real impact. Maybe 2 for Tinordi.

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I agree with this.

How about the forwards ?
Cole
Plekanec
Pacioretty
Desharnais
Gionta
Bourque
Eller
Moen
Prust
Armstrong
White
Leblanc

Don't know where to put Gomez.
Gomez goes in between Prust and Armstrong imo.

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markov? man, i don't know... he still hasn't proven he's back anywhere near his old self. i'd place gorges first, subban second, markov third, and all the other ****ers after.

gorges is a dependable ****er and i love that. a legitimate top pairing guy to guy with a puck moving guy

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01-11-2013, 08:52 AM
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Its wrong...Have you see Bouillon play in last year playoff? he is miles ahead of Weber IMO
I like my D to have SOME semblance of an idea of what to do with the puck. Sure, Bouillon can hit and muck it up in the corners. When it comes to the puck in the offensive zone? Weak wrist shot from the point that kills the cycle.

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01-11-2013, 08:54 AM
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markov? man, i don't know... he still hasn't proven he's back anywhere near his old self. i'd place gorges first, subban second, markov third, and all the other ****ers after.

gorges is a dependable ****er and i love that. a legitimate top pairing guy to guy with a puck moving guy
Exactly. Markov has to prove us he is better then PK and Gorges right now... but i disagree, Subban is better then Josh right now and its not even close...

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01-11-2013, 08:56 AM
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In order right now it should be

Subban
Gorges
Markov
Emelin
Kaberle/Bouillon
Diaz
Weber

Almost the same depth chart for me:

Subban
Gorges
Markov
Emelin
Kaberle/Bouillon
Diaz
Saint-Denis
Weber

Two quick comments:

From what I saw during his short NHL stint, Saint-Denis seems to be very close to Diaz in our depth chart. In fact if I had to make a list of our current most underrated players, I would go with (1) Diaz, (2) Eller, (3) Gionta, (4) Saint-Denis, (5) Moen and (6) Bournival. I really hope we won't lose Saint-Denis as a free agent next July... I see a Gorges in him!

I consider Emelin as this team 4th best D but I do not think he is ready for such duties... hence I hate our D squad!

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I like my D to have SOME semblance of an idea of what to do with the puck. Sure, Bouillon can hit and muck it up in the corners. When it comes to the puck in the offensive zone? Weak wrist shot from the point that kills the cycle.
I like my D to have SOME semblance of an idea of what to do WITHOUT the puck. Thats why i prefer Gorges to Kaberle.


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I like my D to be truculent....belligerant....where did I hear this again?

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Well, one thing is sure: it was not from Jacques Martin!

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I like my D to be truculent....belligerant....where did I hear this again?
Not in MTL, but definitely not in Pittsburgh.....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agL3NHgb8Rk

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I like my D to have SOME semblance of an idea of what to do with the puck. Sure, Bouillon can hit and muck it up in the corners. When it comes to the puck in the offensive zone? Weak wrist shot from the point that kills the cycle.
Maybe he is even too young to remember Dandillon ?

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Maybe he is even too young to remember Dandillon ?
He must be.

Dandouillon was a nightmare on ice.

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markov? man, i don't know... he still hasn't proven he's back anywhere near his old self. i'd place gorges first, subban second, markov third, and all the other ****ers after.

gorges is a dependable ****er and i love that. a legitimate top pairing guy to guy with a puck moving guy
I love Gorges, but he's not a top pairing guy. Marc Staal, Dan Hamhuis, Victor Hedman, etc are legit top pairing shutdown defensemen; Gorges is (at least) a tier below.

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01-11-2013, 09:27 AM
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He must be.

Dandouillon was a nightmare on ice.
Because of Dandenault. Not because of Bouillon. 'Cause Dandenault wasn't in Nashville and suddenly, Bouillon looked pretty good. While Dandenauld looks pretty good....on TV.

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