LATENDRESSSE has to come to camp with one thing on his mind .
putting someone thru the boards cleanly . it's called making a spot for yourself . i was saying how i hope he'd would have targeted daganais last season he never did. daganais took his spot but latendresse could have made it living hell for him if he choose to ....
this year he has to come to camp MEAN and looking to create a spot for himself ...day 1 id send message to all KEEP YOUR HEADS UP wear extra padding .... i think he is going to be a wild beast in camp this season
Last edited by Artyukhin*: 07-21-2006 at 01:00 AM.
I am lovin this forum ...I also post at a tv network forum and the biggest difference for me is the fact there are people here who are reporting on stuff they see (reports on the recent camp ? very welcome!!) and stuff they hear (TT last night on the HF broadcast excellent !!)
Coverage of our prospects is excellent! I am an ex pat Montrealer living in Surrey B.C. i will be seeing Vancouver Giant games a bit this year and may take in a few Chilliwack Bruin games as well (I'm a Hab fan always and a Giants fan as well) in order to see Ben Maxwell , Carey Price, Ryan White (if possible schedule isn't out yet..) etc
HF will see some growth as more people become aware of what is being offered over here...and they will as the links keep popping up over there !
Says Guillaume has been training with the Habs strength coach. Says that physically he is ready to play at the NHL level.
Kyle C after playing 7 games in Hamilton was one of their best players. Might be ready for the NHL but will have to beat out a vet in training camp & preseason.
Carey Price, battled through adversity missing the WJC team. He's moved down to Calgary and is doing strength training and working with a goalie coach. Glad board fans picked up on the fact that CP was wearing the smaller NHL pads.
Grabovsky is closer to the NHL than most know. His gritty style will help, but hinges on ability to learn english and understand the coaches and other players.
As well knew. This was a very small known fact in hockey circles.