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03-22-2013, 11:27 AM
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We could move White + a D prospect for Talbot.

Depending on the identity of the D prospect, Philly may have to even this with a pick coming our way.

Ideally we'd send Moen their way instead of White but they have Pro Scout. They've seen him play too...

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I'd love him on this team. As Gaston Therrien would say, it would make us ''difficile de jouer contre''.


Thanks to Dr Gonzo for the inspiration!

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03-22-2013, 12:13 PM
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We could move White + a D prospect for Talbot.

Depending on the identity of the D prospect, Philly may have to even this with a pick coming our way.

Ideally we'd send Moen their way instead of White but they have Pro Scout. They've seen him play too...
As long as that D prospect isn't Beaulieu or Tinordi...

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03-22-2013, 12:24 PM
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Imagine Prust and Talbot together

yeah, pretty much this.

Go get him Bergevin. Not sure why the Flyers would want Moen with his brand new contract though. But maybe they'd take Dumont for him.

I'd keep White. He have a mean streak no one else have. He will learn to balance between that and his discipline one day and he'll become a great asset.

Prust - Talbot - White

yes.

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Don't really see the point of getting he especially with what he might cost in a trade. Dude is nothing all that special and as mentioned is having a difficult season. Would really depend on who would be going the other way and where Therrien would play him.

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03-22-2013, 12:44 PM
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Thanks to Dr Gonzo for the inspiration!


Is "Yresseunechose" a trending hashtag yet? It should be.

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It definitely should. It cracks me up every time because I read it (and I hope everyone else does as well) with a Gaston Therrien accent.

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I would love Talbot. A big upgrade over White or Armstrong. Moen
may yet turn his game around.

The real problem is that Phili has no reason to trade him. And I don't
think we should overpay. So unless you think Phili under-rates what he
brings, there probably can't be a deal.

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03-22-2013, 12:54 PM
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I would love Talbot. A big upgrade over White or Armstrong. Moen
may yet turn his game around.

The real problem is that Phili has no reason to trade him. And I don't
think we should overpay. So unless you think Phili under-rates what he
brings, there probably can't be a deal.
Well, they might like Moen's pedigree and size. Lots of teams do.

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03-22-2013, 03:31 PM
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It definitely should. It cracks me up every time because I read it (and I hope everyone else does as well) with a Gaston Therrien accent.
I know you explained it to me before, but I forgot it... Or I'm remembering it.

Y Ress is like Y rester You know, that verb.

In English you could say " There rests a choice" which is how I view Y ress une chose.

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Since it's clear Weber doesn't have a future in Montreal, I'd offer him along with Moen for Talbot. Not sure Philly says yes, though.

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The guy is a playoff warrior...
Moen is a playoff warrior too and was a pretty key complementary player for the Ducks in their cup win (12pts in 21 games). He's a solid 4th liner. If we were to get Talbot, I rather it is to replace Armstrong.

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I know you explained it to me before, but I forgot it... Or I'm remembering it.

Y Ress is like Y rester You know, that verb.

In English you could say " There rests a choice" which is how I view Y ress une chose.
Y ress une chose is "Il reste une chose"

In english you would say:
There's one last thing,

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Don't Moen and Talbot also have "cup winning goal" on each of their pedegrees?

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Don't Moen and Talbot also have "cup winning goal" on each of their pedegrees?
yup they do

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03-23-2013, 08:13 AM
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I'd rather give the Rangers a call and see what the story with Brian Boyle is.

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03-23-2013, 09:09 AM
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I'd rather give the Rangers a call and see what the story with Brian Boyle is.
Could be interesting...the Rangers are a mess right now, they lost Prust and some sandpaper, and seem to have tuned out Torts, the Quiz Master....

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As long as that D prospect isn't Beaulieu or Tinordi...
...or Ellis, Dietz, Thrower... STACKED!!

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03-23-2013, 09:27 AM
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Could be interesting...the Rangers are a mess right now, they lost Prust and some sandpaper, and seem to have tuned out Torts, the Quiz Master....
Boyle was Prust's line-mate in NYR, too. He hasn't had a good season this year, so it because one of those "change of scenery" things - but I think he would be a solid pick-up for Montreal. He's also gigantic and likes to go to the net, and is hard to move from that spot.

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Boyd Gordon is a guy I would like to see the Habs target. He is very good at faceoffs and is a RH shot that brings a different element to the Habs center depth. He is also a good PKer which would take some pressure off of Plekanec and Eller, plus (hopefully) improve the PK as whole.

If Phoenix does not make a push into the top 8 before the deadline I hope they target him. Should cost less than Talbot plus is an upcoming UFA so if he doesn't fit he walks. But if he is good, the team can extend him at a good price, and he is still in his prime; will be 30 at the start of next season.

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Midgets from quebec
Bouillon is not from Quebec.

Or Canada for that matter.

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Can the French bashing please stop, on the Montréal Canadiens board of all places, damn
How are any of those comments "french bashing?"

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Y ress une chose is "Il reste une chose"

In english you would say:
There's one last thing,
More like "the fact remains"

Gaston says:





#yressunechose

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Bouillon is not from Quebec.

Or Canada for that matter.
Born in the US but spent most of his childhood in Hochelaga, a borough in the east part of Montreal. I think he as both citizenship.

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