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09-16-2012, 11:22 AM
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Who gets/can get re-assigned/where?

With all these players going to the AHL and junior (Eberle, RNH, Skinner, Yakupov, Gardiner, Kadri) Who on the habs can/will go where?

I know Blunden was put on waivers and probably wont get claimed.Off the top of my head

Bulldogs:
Louis Leblanc
Aron Palushaj
Mike Blunden

Juniors:
Galchenyuk

Now, can Beaulieu, Tinordi, Bournival, Ellis, Gallagher, Holland be assigned to Hamilton at this stage?

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You nailed it. Anyone on a 2-way contract who is not eligible for waivers can be assigned to Hamilton without a problem. Aside from Gally, who isn't eligible for AHL.

Palushaj, St-Denis and Desjardins are going to sign AHL contracts to go there I would imagine since they are waiver eligible and weren't put on them.

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They all have nothing left to prove in junior, so they will be playing in Hamilton this year. Definitely going to be a fun team to watch this year!

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Won't hamilton be stacked?

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Won't hamilton be stacked?
Many AHL teams will be, at least relative to a normal season. The Habs don't have guys like Eberle and RNH or Skinner and Faulk to send down, so if anything Hamilton may be lagging behind some other teams!

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Many AHL teams will be, at least relative to a normal season. The Habs don't have guys like Eberle and RNH or Skinner and Faulk to send down, so if anything Hamilton may be lagging behind some other teams!
But our D core won't be too bad will it?

Not to mention our G won't be so bad either. I don't think habs will have the star power up front but I think we'll be competitive.

It's too bad that guys like Eller and subban just finished their ELC. If it weren't for that we could send them down. I think it would've done Eller some good.

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Hamilton will be stacked, but so will most AHL teams around the league.

Overall, this means a superior development year for any player currently in the AHL, either in the Habs system or not.

I have always wondered if the 2005 lockout was part of the reason that the 2003 NHL entry draft is the most successful in history. We may see a similar outcome here.

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Hamilton will be stacked, but so will most AHL teams around the league.

Overall, this means a superior development year for any player currently in the AHL, either in the Habs system or not.

I have always wondered if the 2005 lockout was part of the reason that the 2003 NHL entry draft is the most successful in history. We may see a similar outcome here.
Stacked? Because of Palushaj? That's nothing compared to RNH, Eberle, MPS and Schultz. Now THAT is stacked.

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Stacked? Because of Palushaj? That's nothing compared to RNH, Eberle, MPS and Schultz. Now THAT is stacked.
That's one team.

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Subban could sign a AHL contract with the Dogs with a clause that could let him go back to the NHL as soon as the lockout is over.

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Subban could sign a AHL contract with the Dogs with a clause that could let him go back to the NHL as soon as the lockout is over.
Why would he?

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Assign Gomez to the Alaskan penal league

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Last times it was has been great for some of our prospect like Higgins and Plekanec. I hope it does the same thing this time.

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Assign Gomez to the Alaskan penal league
Gomez played in alaska of the ECHL last lockout. Funny enough, when he came back he posted career highs in goals 33 and points 84.

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Why would he?
To be closer to home. I'd rather see him in Europe though

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Gomez played in alaska of the ECHL last lockout. Funny enough, when he came back he posted career highs in goals 33 and points 84.
Scotty do it for us !

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There are rumours saying that MaxPac might go to Switzerland.

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Gallagher - Leblanc - Palushaj
Holland - Nattinen - Geoffrion
Blunden - Bournival - Avtsin
Fortier - Dumont - Schultz
Quailer

Tinordi - Ellis
St-Denis - Beaulieu
Pateryn - Nash
Henry

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Henry's gone ... the only Bulldog currently signed is Kyle Hagel.

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php?pid=84911

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Gallagher - Leblanc - Palushaj
Holland - Nattinen - Geoffrion
Blunden - Bournival - Avtsin
Fortier - Dumont - Schultz
Quailer

Tinordi - Ellis
St-Denis - Beaulieu
Pateryn - Nash
Henry
Correct me if If I'm wrong, but I don't believe Fortier was qualified, and Henry won't be returning.

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Correct me if If I'm wrong, but I don't believe Fortier was qualified, and Henry won't be returning.
Fortier was cut loose, not qualified. Wonder what he's doing this season? Henry is playing in Europe this year.

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Henry signed in europe and I dont think Fortier was given a qualifying offer

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Gallagher-Leblanc-Palushaj
Geoffrion-Dumont-Avtsin
Blunden-Bournival-Schultz
Berger-Holland-Quailer
Ex : Lefevbre, Hagel

Tinordi-St.Denis
Beaulieu-Nash
Ellis-Pateryn
Stejskal

Desjardins
Delmas/Mayer

Hopefully the Dogs will sign a few more players because currently they got no depth.

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Gomez played in alaska of the ECHL last lockout. Funny enough, when he came back he posted career highs in goals 33 and points 84.
Chris Minard owes his NHL career to Gomez. While playing with Gomez in the ECHL, Minard scored 49 goals in 69 games. He ended up playing 40 games in the NHL.

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During the 2004–05 season he (Minard) played with the Alaska Aces, and made his AHL debut, playing one game with the Milwaukee Admirals. During the NHL lockout, Minard played on a line with Scott Gomez, who had returned to his hometown of Anchorage to play for the season. During the season, Minard posted career highs in goals scored. This led to Gomez influencing New Jersey Devils management to give Minard a training camp slot, where he would earn a spot for the 2005–06 AHL season with the Albany River Rats, and the 2006–07 season with the Lowell Devils.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Minard

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Hamilton's roster looks something like this right now.

Forwards
Gallagher Leblanc Palushaj
Geoffrion Bournival Holland
Blunden Nattinen Avtsin
Quailer Dumont Schultz
Berger Lefebvre

Defense
St-Denis - Tinordi
Nash - Ellis
Pateryn - Stejskal
Hagel

Goalies
Desjardins
Delmas
Mayer

Lines are not right just opinionated. As far as we know Beaulieu is heading back to junior, but anything can change.
Edit: St. John Sea Dogs (Junior) is a choice aswell as Hamilton.


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