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08-10-2006, 07:00 PM
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Numer 6 defence

Who will be our number 6 if Bouillon still injure ?

O'Byrne or Côté ?

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Whoever has the better training camp.

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Mark Streit.

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Streit is injured too i think.........

It has to be Cote although i would like to see what O'Byrne can do in the NHL.

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Streit - he's recovered I heard.

As for 7th D, Cote

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then Cote...
O'Byrne? let's see after training camp

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if he's not injured it will obviously be him if he's not ready then imo it's gonna be cote unless somone has a really good camp

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isn't O'Bryne supposed to play Cornell? can we call him up from there?

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isn't O'Bryne supposed to play Cornell? can we call him up from there?
He sign with Habs !!

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Definately Côté. Not only did he looked OK last year but even Komi played better with him at his side. So when you're able to not look like a fool and help your teamate look better, you deserved an extra look in my opinion.

I'm a big fan of O'Byrne but a year or two is recommanded. Needs to adjust his tough game in a superior level and needs to know if he can keep his somewhat offensive touch. 'Cause the expectations is not to become a stay-at-home d-man but has to bring an offensive side to him as well.

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J.P Cote or Dan Jancevski.

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I didn't heard much about that O'Byrne but I just realized that he's even bigger than Komi

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Cote: 6'3 207LBS - 8 NHL games
Jancevski: 6'3 212 LBS - 2 NHL games (Dallas)
O'Bryne: 6'5 225 LBS - O NHL games
Streit: 5'11 198 LBS - 48 NHL games

Pretty interesting set of depth defenders, I'd say.

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J.P Cote or Dan Jancevski.
ditto, if streit is injured

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i wanna see what streit can do with some solid time with the team. I think he has the potential to be a key part of our defence, and especially power play if he can gain a little more confidence and consistancy.

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