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02-13-2014, 09:55 AM
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Bournival actually has muscle, unlike that stick Leblanc.

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02-13-2014, 10:00 AM
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For those who havent see that picture from couple days ago.

AHL all stars break trip.



He really need to train chest bras...

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For those who havent see that picture from couple days ago.

AHL all stars break trip.



He really need to train chest bras...
Put him on a weight gain program. And send him to the tanning salon. He is white as a ghost !

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I have to agree. Doesn't look like he has a future with the Habs for whatever reason. Unlike many posters here seem to think, I believe Leblanc could have some trade value, particularly to augment a larger centre piece in the trade. I wonder what Markov and Leblanc might bring if offered in a package. I think the return on Leblanc would be greater in such a trade than if traded alone. Just a thought...
I agree. Put some good players in a package with Leblanc and, then, you might get something decent in return.

The problem is, that really doesn't say much about Leblanc now, does it?

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02-13-2014, 12:03 PM
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For those who havent see that picture from couple days ago.

AHL all stars break trip.



He really need to train chest bras...
Man does Leblanc look like a twig! There's no way, with that frame, he will ever be dominant at the NHL level. No upper body, no torso, no legs! Trade him, ASAP, if you have a taker….

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I agree. Put some good players in a package with Leblanc and, then, you might get something decent in return.

The problem is, that really doesn't say much about Leblanc now, does it?
True enough. I guess my point was he might have some value to another team in a defensive role. That said, looking at those photos, Leblanc looks so thin he'd have to stand up twice in the same place and bend over JUST TO CAST A SHADOW.

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Put him on a weight gain program. And send him to the tanning salon. He is white as a ghost !
Hey buddy! Don't where you're living, but down here (and in Hamilton) it's winter!

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In all seriousness, where is the nutritionist, conditioning guy, mentor people our players and prospects should be getting followed by. Leblanc doesn't have the skill set that allowed Ribs to have a good career in the NHL. Unless we plan out his meals and he puts in more conditioning time, yikes.

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Put him on a weight gain program. And send him to the tanning salon. He is white as a ghost !
He was drafted nearly 5 years ago and was told that exact same thing since that day. If he hasn't added weight by now, he never will. He doesn't seem to have the drive to become an NHLer.

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I can't believe he isn't on the Swiss Olympic team

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Man does Leblanc look like a twig! There's no way, with that frame, he will ever be dominant at the NHL level. No upper body, no torso, no legs! Trade him, ASAP, if you have a taker….
At least, he got some hair on his chest !!!

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I can't believe he isn't on the Swiss Olympic team
Neither Nygren on the Swedish team...

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Leblanc was always pegged as becoming a complimentary forward with good defense. He was never looked at as someone who could put up a ton of points on his own. He never had above average puck skills or offensive instinct.
Then Habs should not have drafted him in the first round. Can we end the Leblanc fanboy posts? It's over. Much more excited by prospects like Ghetto. Let's move on.

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02-14-2014, 11:42 AM
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There is no such thing as ruining a players career by keeping him in the AHL for too long.. look at the Red Wings and how their prospects are always NHL ready and know their role?

Leblancs problem was his development. He went to the USHL, then the Q one year and then went to the AHL. The reason he is what he is now is because the organization guided him poorly and let him do what he pleased.

He played on three different leagues too soon and all of them have a different sort of game. He had no true role. He could have maybe been a 3rd liner with 2nd line flashes, but now he's more of a 4th liner with 3rd liner flashes.

The reason why Bergevin is keeping him in the AHL is for him to find a role and know what to do once he's called up. Although, I don't know if Lefebvre is capable of doing that.
Or maybe he's just sh-it?

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02-14-2014, 11:48 AM
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Leblanc looks good in the NHL, he looks awful in the AHL.
I keep reading this. It's bull ****.

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02-14-2014, 11:57 AM
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1) While granted, muscle does mean something tangibly, strength training is different than bulking up.
2) If Leblanc is able to play to the level I've seen him play, with that frame, imagine if he DOES bulk up.

I agree, #feedleblanc (maybe he'll become a gros bonhomme).

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Someone tell Leblanc to lift some weights

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More pictures of Leblanc at the beach:


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It was disappointed to read stuffs like: Andrighetto is to small, another dwarf at Montreal or lots of people saying it was a wasted pick.

Sorry to tell this, but lots of people just saw his size and blasted at him. They judged him without really knowing him. But I knew Andrighetto has something special and I hope he will carry on open some eyes. But I have no doubt cause he is a real hard worker.

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Wow, no chesticles? I've officially tossed my hat into the ring of LeBust. Sorry, but no way that frame will provide an effective two way game.

Is that Andrighetto on the left?

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Wow, no chesticles? I've officially tossed my hat into the ring of LeBust. Sorry, but no way that frame will provide an effective two way game.

Is that Andrighetto on the left?
I think it's St-Pierre, Leblanc, Thomas

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02-18-2014, 12:03 PM
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Neither Nygren on the Swedish team...

exact same situation

we all know switzerland is a powerhouse...

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