Am I the only one who thinks Dandy's been the worst D-Man on the Habs blueline? Frankly, I think he's been horrible and I think he's been part of the problem to Bouillon's game...
No one else seems to be bashing Dandeneault though
some people have been critical of Dandy, but more so the pairing of him and Boullion as a whole. both have been terrible of late, they are way to indecisive with there decision making and don't seem to be aware in there own end.
Bouillon is not a good hockey player and should be a top 5-6 dman on a bad team. I was mad when Gainey signed him, and I am happy now that he is benched. I like Georges and his small salary a lot better. If it was up to me, I'd put Bouillon on waivers.
His seat in the press gallery is richly deserved. He's an exercise in futility. Moreover, his partner, Dandenault, deserves it too. The Habs need quality reinforcements behind the blueline even more than scoring. Their +/- would be a lot better if they didn't take so many needless penalties and give up so many bad goals. Having a wobbly three-legged stool in goal named David Aebischer (his stick is his third leg) makes it almost impossible to win. It may be to late for this season, but at least the Habs can expect better goaltending next season.
we had a hundred threads about his value to his team
ONCE AND FOR ALL HE IS 6TH-7TH DEPTH GUY , a waiver guy , holy ****
what is the matter with you guys.
You're pointing out the wrong guy... He was way overrated before and now getting paid $2M for being a #6/#7. Granted the Habs have poor depth on defense and may not have had a choice, but I was hoping they'd find a better way to spend that $2M last summer.
Also, as a #7 he should expect time in the press box especially when he plays like crap. He's been brutal all year and he had it coming for a long time.