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07-25-2006, 01:43 PM
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Man you've got stop whacking off on pics of J Garner, it's affecting your memory cells. You sent me a p message about 2 months ago saying "hi neighbour"
and just say hi? I don't even do that with people from Sherbrooke, there is at least 2-3 on hfboards

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07-25-2006, 01:51 PM
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and just say hi? I don't even do that with people from Sherbrooke, there is at least 2-3 on hfboards
Who cares at this point just drop it Bro (your majesty who wouldn't even say hi to us simpletons)

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07-25-2006, 01:54 PM
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Who cares at this point just drop it Bro (your majesty who wouldn't even say hi to us simpletons)

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Well, apparently Desjardins' signing was announced in the newspaper "Le Soleil" paper version this morning

http://fansdesremparts.gorempartsgo....opic.php?t=680
Article on page 50 in the Sports section of Le Soleil.

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Bienvenue dans la famille
Le Canadien offre un contrat dans la Ligue américaine à Cédrick Desjardins

Tardif, Carl

Même si les portes de plusieurs universités québécoises s'ouvraient devant lui, Cédrick Desjardins a opté pour celle menant vers le hockey professionnel. Le gardien qui a aidé les Remparts de Québec à remporter la coupe Memorial vient de se joindre à la grande famille du Canadien de Montréal en signant un contrat de deux ans avec les Bulldogs de Hamilton, leur club-école dans Ligue américaine.
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Welcome to the family
The Canadiens offered a AHL contract to Cédrick Desjardins.

Even if doors of many Québec universities were opening to him, Cedrick Desjardins opted for the one that leads to professionnal hockey. The goaltender that helped the Québec Remparts to win the Memorial Cup has joined the Canadiens big family by signing a two-year contract with the Hamilton Bulldogs, their AHL affiliate.

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07-25-2006, 02:07 PM
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Article on page 50 in the Sports section of Le Soleil.

Due to copyright laws, here's only the most important part of the news.



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Welcome to the family
The Canadiens offered a AHL contract to Cédrick Desjardins.

Even if doors of many Québec universities were opening to him, Cedrick Desjardins opted for the one that leads to professionnal hockey. The goaltender that helped the Québec Remparts to win the Memorial Cup has joined the Canadiens big family by signing a two-year contract with the Hamilton Bulldogs, their AHL affiliate.
So it's AHL and not ECHL?

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07-25-2006, 02:13 PM
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Article on page 50 in the Sports section of Le Soleil.

Due to copyright laws, here's only the most important part of the news.



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Welcome to the family
The Canadiens offered a AHL contract to Cédrick Desjardins.

Even if doors of many Québec universities were opening to him, Cedrick Desjardins opted for the one that leads to professionnal hockey. The goaltender that helped the Québec Remparts to win the Memorial Cup has joined the Canadiens big family by signing a two-year contract with the Hamilton Bulldogs, their AHL affiliate.
Isn't this exactly what I said DESJARDINS TO HAMILTON, I don't know why everyone changed it to ECHL

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07-25-2006, 02:15 PM
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So it's AHL and not ECHL?
yeah but he will probably start in the ECHL

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07-25-2006, 02:37 PM
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Bruno Desjardin?

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Isn't this exactly what I said DESJARDINS TO HAMILTON, I don't know why everyone changed it to ECHL
According to the article he is Hamilton property much like Benoit and Sanford were last year but he can still be sent to the ECHL in the same way that Habs playes can be sent to Hamilton. Looks like a good depth signing to me and who knows, the guy is only 21 years old.

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07-25-2006, 02:39 PM
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I wonder if Patrick Roy has anything to do with this signing by the Habs

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07-25-2006, 02:45 PM
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Good signing by Gainey. You just never know he is only 20 and has excellent numbers especially for the Q.

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Bruno Desjardin?



Cédrick Desjardins

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07-25-2006, 02:52 PM
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Solid signing ..

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07-25-2006, 02:55 PM
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I guess it can't hurt, especially if Lacasse really is going back to the Q for another year. Basically, a Michaud-calibre replacement for Michaud. Better than wasting a late-round draft pick on a goalie, IMO. Now what I really want is for them to sign Bisaillon.

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07-25-2006, 03:29 PM
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Meh....ive never been a fan of his, he has always played on high octane teams...less pressure.

Plus his gear was massive...a lot of times the puck would just hit him and he would have no clue what happened. With shrinking gear i dont see him as a good prospect, but thats my opinion.

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Meh....ive never been a fan of his, he has always played on high octane teams...less pressure.

Plus his gear was massive...a lot of times the puck would just hit him and he would have no clue what happened. With shrinking gear i dont see him as a good prospect, but thats my opinion.
I agree his gear was big... but at least when it bounces off him, you know he's at the right place, good positionnally... always liked the kid's attitude, good signing

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okay, again, what?
Hey guys,

your story is great!

maybe you could meet each other and talk about it at the Outgames...

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I agree his gear was big... but at least when it bounces off him, you know he's at the right place, good positionnally... always liked the kid's attitude, good signing
Nothing wrong with his attitude, from what ive heard anyway.

Positionally he is ok, but technically he has huge holes. But what helped his positioning was his huge gear...if that shrinks he will have to be even better positionally, and he still needs to improve his technical game, big time.

There is no risk though.

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07-25-2006, 08:13 PM
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He's going to see a lot of rubber in the ECHL since the team doesn't even have any players on their roster yet.

Who was in nets for Rimouski during the Memorial Cup final against London?

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07-25-2006, 08:19 PM
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Who was in nets for Rimouski during the Memorial Cup final against London?
Him

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We have been doing a good job targeting and signing good undrafted goalies.

Yann Danis and now Desjardin.

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Better than wasting a late-round draft pick on a goalie, IMO.


Totally agree

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very solid a nice gamble, a home product as well, maybe the next Giguere we never know

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very solid a nice gamble, a home product as well, maybe the next Giguere we never know
isn't he from newfoundland or new brunswick?

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