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09-06-2013, 03:21 PM
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He's pretty physical already. He defenatly is big and strong enough to compete at the NHL level. I say let him learn in the NHL. It's not like he was completly lost out there last year sure he made mistakes but I really think that letting him play with the big club would be the best thing for he's growth has a player. Let's see what he can do during trainningcamp and preseason.
Imo he's not overly physical and for his size he lacks strength. Yes he can compete at the NHL level but I would prefer they not rush him.

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Imo he's not overly physical and for his size he lacks strength. Yes he can compete at the NHL level but I would prefer they not rush him.
They should give him a taste of the real regular season grind in the NHL until Emelin returns and then send him to play 25+ minutes a game and dominate the AHL.

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09-06-2013, 03:34 PM
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All signs point towards Murray taking Emelin's spot in the lineup. Personally, I'd rather depend on Bouillon's 1st pass and (limited) playmaking abilities than "Off-the-glass-and-out" Tinordi on our bottom pairing. If he's dominant at the AHL level for half a season, it gives us options to move players at the deadline or when Emelin comes back. No need to rush him or over-hype his abilities.

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"Beaulieu spent the summer living in Montreal and training with Pierre Allard, the Habs' strength and conditioning coach in Brossard."

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=431293

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They should give him a taste of the real regular season grind in the NHL until Emelin returns and then send him to play 25+ minutes a game and dominate the AHL.
Perhaps they will, I wouldn't do that unless he has an outstanding camp. Imo since he's a big key to our future, I would rather see them take their time with him and bring him along slowly. Getting some games in at some point though should be good for him, but I think he would benefit from playing a ton in the AHL under no pressure.

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09-06-2013, 03:59 PM
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agreed, I will revisit later trusting we actually get back on the training camp reports subject.

P.S. not sure GT deserves all that hate. He did play hockey and knows how to judge player performances....may not come out in the best of ways but the intention is there.... so I actually got pulled in the GT debate after all......
Of course he doesnt deserve such hate, he did kill anyone.. But I understand the fans to be frustrated since everything he says is futile and uninteresting..

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Tinordi and Beaulieu are both NHL ready. Habs have superb depth on the blue line. If Tinordi and Beaulieu both start in Hamilton I will be ok with it because they both will dominate. Ellis and Pateryn should also be very good and Dietz will surprise and move up the depth chart quickly.

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"Beaulieu spent the summer living in Montreal and training with Pierre Allard, the Habs' strength and conditioning coach in Brossard."

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=431293
Nice, that's some good news. The kid was getting a bit away and they surrounded him well. Beaulieu is extremely important for this team to reach the next step. He has to somewhat fill in Markov's role. Maybe a bit less cerebral but much faster/stronger game.

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"Beaulieu spent the summer living in Montreal and training with Pierre Allard, the Habs' strength and conditioning coach in Brossard."

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=431293
but but but Gaston Therrien said he was out of shape and had a DQ Blizzard in his back pocket.

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09-06-2013, 04:33 PM
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Tinordi is a lock to make the big club IMO, probably even playing top 4 with Markov. He has an advantage being able to play RD, the position needed to fill with Emelin out.

And unless another dmen is brought in, with Emelin hurt, we have 7 dmen, and Mtl likes to carry 8 dmen.

How I think it's going to turn out

Gorges Subban
Markov Tindori
Murray Daiz
Bouillon DD44

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09-06-2013, 04:56 PM
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Tinordi is a lock to make the big club IMO, probably even playing top 4 with Markov. He has an advantage being able to play RD, the position needed to fill with Emelin out.

And unless another dmen is brought in, with Emelin hurt, we have 7 dmen, and Mtl likes to carry 8 dmen.

How I think it's going to turn out

Gorges Subban
Markov Tindori
Murray Daiz
Bouillon DD44
I like this.

Did u guys see Bozon on RDS?

They said he was in MTL training all summer with Allard and i can we why...he looks much bigger.

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09-06-2013, 05:06 PM
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Tinordi is a lock to make the big club IMO, probably even playing top 4 with Markov. He has an advantage being able to play RD, the position needed to fill with Emelin out.

And unless another dmen is brought in, with Emelin hurt, we have 7 dmen, and Mtl likes to carry 8 dmen.

How I think it's going to turn out

Gorges Subban
Markov Tindori
Murray Daiz
Bouillon DD44
I sincerely doubt they're gonna scratch Bouillon.

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I like this.

Did u guys see Bozon on RDS?

They said he was in MTL training all summer with Allard and i can we why...he looks much bigger.
Didnt watch, but there is an interview with Bozon on the canadiens site, doesn't show much, he is listed at 6'1 192, size doesn't seem to be an issue, plus he is still young and got another year of juniors I believe.

Maybe your talking about Beaulieu, because he said he stayed and trained in Mtl all summer, Bealieau is listed at 191, not bad seeing how he was listed at around 182 last year.

IMO Beaulieu still needs another year in the AHL, maybe late in the season he might be ready like Tinordi last year, but IMO he starts in the AHL for sure.

While they started in the AHL at the same thing, Tinordi had an extra year in developement, Bealieau actually start the year in the AHL being one of the youngest players at 19.

With Markov and Daiz in their final year and pending UFA IMO Bealieau is taking one of their spots for sure next year, and maybe even sooner if he impress in the AHL.

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09-06-2013, 05:17 PM
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I sincerely doubt they're gonna scratch Bouillon.
Maybe he'll split time with Murray depending on the matchup, as things stand now, I see Tinordi making the team, and they will not keep him up in the NHL to sit in the pressbox.

We have 7 healthy dmen, unless 1 more is added, one of the young dmen is making the club, and I highly doubt they are going to sit a young guy. Last year whenever they called up Tinordi, Beaulieu, Paterny, they played them over veteran guys.

Also not that it means much, but Tinordi along with Galchenyuk and Gallagher where the only young guys that got invited to the golf tourney.

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Didnt watch, but there is an interview with Bozon on the canadiens site, doesn't show much, he is listed at 6'1 192, size doesn't seem to be an issue, plus he is still young and got another year of juniors I believe.

Maybe your talking about Beaulieu, because he said he stayed and trained in Mtl all summer, Bealieau is listed at 191, not bad seeing how he was listed at around 182 last year.
http://www.rds.ca/vid%C3%A9os/grossir-l-avenir-1.657001

Skip to 2:20, its Bozon.

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In all honesty, as dumb as he might be sometimes, GT still has some connections within the organisation and he probably was told that Beaulieu didn't ace the physical tests. That probably altered his evaluations of Beaulieu right from the start. Saying it after 24 minutes practice sounds a bit stupid I would agree...
If he is so connected, why didn't he know that Beaulieu moved to Montreal for the summer to work full time with the Habs conditioning coach at Brassard.

He is in shape.

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Maybe he'll split time with Murray depending on the matchup, as things stand now, I see Tinordi making the team, and they will not keep him up in the NHL to sit in the pressbox.

We have 7 healthy dmen, unless 1 more is added, one of the young dmen is making the club, and I highly doubt they are going to sit a young guy. Last year whenever they called up Tinordi, Beaulieu, Paterny, they played them over veteran guys.

Also not that it means much, but Tinordi along with Galchenyuk and Gallagher where the only young guys that got invited to the golf tourney.
To add..

Where does Who plays with Markov?

Do you go with Markov Subban Gorges Daiz top 4?

With Murray and Bouillon 3rd Pairing?

Murray can't play RD, and they tried Bouillon at RD last year and it didnt work, to the point where they had a rookie Tinordi play RD instead.

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Thanks for the video

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"Beaulieu spent the summer living in Montreal and training with Pierre Allard, the Habs' strength and conditioning coach in Brossard."

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=431293
Figured I would get beaten to it considering I only read up to page 5.

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2:20 in that video is McCarron for me. Weird.


edit: I see Bozon at 4:17 ish

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There was a video earlier this summer where Beaulieu said he was in best shape he's ever been in because he was training in MTL during off season... I think it was the development camp... He also added a lot of muscle he said. Sometimes just takes a few games to get your legs under you.



edit: found it

http://video.canadiens.nhl.com/video...ed-share-video

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Never liked Gaston. Ship him to TVA Sports when Quebec gets their team.

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