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02-06-2013, 12:43 PM
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I've missed the last few Dogs games, I know the players in the line up last game were as follows;

Chaput-Bournival-Dumont
Leblanc-Holland-Quailer
Blunden-Tenute-Leveille
Stortini-Fortier-Murovich

Beaulieu-St.Denis
Tinordi-Pateryn
Ellis-DeSantis

But does anybody know the actual combinations used? I'm wondering how they've changed with the recent injuries/come backs/call ups/yadda yaddas. Thanks if anyone knows/remembers!
Last game was Bounival Dumont Leblanc Tinordi Pateryn as the starting 5.

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02-06-2013, 12:52 PM
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I believe Dietz and Thrower will be in the AHL next year ?

Habs might deal a prospect as I only see 1 NHL spot being open and most likely Tinordi making it, unless they sign a FA

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Really looking forward to Danny Pribyl coming over next year,I remember him posting after he was drafted and he seemed very upbeat and glad to be chosen by the Habs. Danny is going to be quite the player when his skating catches up to his stickhandling abilities.Perhaps playing alongside Naatinen and Kristo would be a good thing until his skating gets good,he's definitely got a good work ethic,otherwise Timmins wouldn't have drafted him.Playing LW would be a great choice for him like Montreal(the poster) suggested and having Joonas (great checker with speed)and Kristo the speedster and checker,scorer on a line with Danny could be great in the AHL for learning quickly. Pribyl's game projects great for the NA game he loves going to the net and the hard areas.

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Leblanc with a backhand goal tonight, his 5th.

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Pateryn's first goal as a Bulldog:


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Watched a play by Tinordi tonight that struck me like a bolt out of the past,it brought back a play Larry Robinson did when he was a rookie and had an awkward skating style.The gist of it is that it struck me then as it did tonight this guy's going to be a great player,I'm Lovin it,Jerry.

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02-06-2013, 08:28 PM
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Bulldogs blow a 4-1 lead.

You can not tell me coaching is playing NO part in this...

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Leblanc puts them back in the lead! PLEASE let this be the game that turns it all around for him.

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Dumont with G A 15-12-27 and 62 PIMs in 42 games for him, nice little season. He will be knocking on the door next year as #4 center/13th forward.

Nice to see LeBlanc get going, hopefully he can get on a tear, I'm sure it will do wonders for his confidence. He has all the tools to be a solid 2nd liner in the NHL or an elite 3rd liner.

Beaulieu also 2 points.

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02-06-2013, 09:26 PM
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Amazing how many of Toronto's "top prospects" are doing nothing in the AHL...

Colborne 5-18-23 in 40 games at 23.
D'amigo 6-8-14 in 38 games at 22.
Ashton 9-6-15 in 41 games at almost 22.
McKegg 5-3-8 in 30 games.

All this with ahving strong veterans to help them out.

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Martin Lapointe was behind the bench for Hamilton, did I miss something? Did anyone hear if he's joining the Dogs as an assistant coach or is this just a one game thing?

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02-06-2013, 10:11 PM
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And Lapointe joined head coach Sylvain Lefebvre and his assistant Donald Dufresne in a cameo appearance behind the bench.

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Amazing how many of Toronto's "top prospects" are doing nothing in the AHL...

Colborne 5-18-23 in 40 games at 23.
D'amigo 6-8-14 in 38 games at 22.
Ashton 9-6-15 in 41 games at almost 22.
McKegg 5-3-8 in 30 games.

All this with ahving strong veterans to help them out.
The Toronto system is incredibly depleted after several years of inadverdant tanking. It's thus far one of the worst rebuilds in history.

They should bite the bullet and trade Kessel, Phaneuf, Komisarek, for draft picks.

I'm surprised at how bad Colborne is.

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02-07-2013, 07:57 AM
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The Toronto system is incredibly depleted after several years of inadverdant tanking. It's thus far one of the worst rebuilds in history.

They should bite the bullet and trade Kessel, Phaneuf, Komisarek, for draft picks.

I'm surprised at how bad Colborne is.
It is absolutely hilarious how they haven't made the playoffs since 2004 and have almost nothing to show for it.

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The Toronto system is incredibly depleted after several years of inadverdant tanking. It's thus far one of the worst rebuilds in history.

They should bite the bullet and trade Kessel, Phaneuf, Komisarek, for draft picks.

I'm surprised at how bad Colborne is.
I doubt they would get anything but another salary dump for Komisarek.

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Finished watching the game last night, thought it was one of the better games that Beaulieu has played as he was moving his feet all night and was very involved in the offensive zone. Of course Leblanc had a good night as well as I was paying close attention and he seemed to be moving well all night.

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The Toronto system is incredibly depleted after several years of inadverdant tanking. It's thus far one of the worst rebuilds in history.

They should bite the bullet and trade Kessel, Phaneuf, Komisarek, for draft picks.

I'm surprised at how bad Colborne is.
Hey DA why do you hate spelling properly?And don't pick at my paragraphs if it's too hard to read skip it Skippy.Inadvertently I thought to drop this line.

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Dumont with G A 15-12-27 and 62 PIMs in 42 games for him, nice little season. He will be knocking on the door next year as #4 center/13th forward.

Nice to see LeBlanc get going, hopefully he can get on a tear, I'm sure it will do wonders for his confidence. He has all the tools to be a solid 2nd liner in the NHL or an elite 3rd liner.

Beaulieu also 2 points.
I rate him as having solid 3rd line potential and elite 4th line potential... but I do like the way he plays the game.

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Dumont with G A 15-12-27 and 62 PIMs in 42 games for him, nice little season. He will be knocking on the door next year as #4 center/13th forward.

Nice to see LeBlanc get going, hopefully he can get on a tear, I'm sure it will do wonders for his confidence. He has all the tools to be a solid 2nd liner in the NHL or an elite 3rd liner.

Beaulieu also 2 points.
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I rate him as having solid 3rd line potential and elite 4th line potential... but I do like the way he plays the game.
Far to early in Leblanc's career to say what his upside may or may not be IMO.I would really like to see how the Dumont-Leblanc-Bournival line does after a few weeks together and possibly a year together.They may open some eyes,there is a lot of talent,desire and hard work on that line and they seem to have a little chemistry happening.All three can play Center/RW/LW and play the PK or PP a really versatile trio there.

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I rate him as having solid 3rd line potential and elite 4th line potential... but I do like the way he plays the game.
Dumont or LeBlanc?

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I rate him as having solid 3rd line potential and elite 4th line potential... but I do like the way he plays the game.

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Didn't see it posted, but there is a nice article on the official AHL site about Geoffrion.

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Dumont or LeBlanc?
I was also wondering, but assumed Dumont.

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For you guys that watch the Bulldogs regularly, it's pretty much assumed Tinordi will be on the big club next season, but how long do you think before Beaulieu makes the jump?

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Finished watching the game last night, thought it was one of the better games that Beaulieu has played as he was moving his feet all night and was very involved in the offensive zone. Of course Leblanc had a good night as well as I was paying close attention and he seemed to be moving well all night.
good to hear. I'm 80 per cent confident that LL can turn it around. I'm not too worried even if he doesn't.

How did the team look otherwise?

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