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03-25-2008, 07:23 PM
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Simon Gagné - Vincent Lecavalier - Martin-St-Louis
Pierre-Marc Bouchard - Daniel Briere - Jason Pominville
Alex Tanguay - Mike Ribeiro - Jean-Pierre Dumont
Antoine Vermette - Eric Bélanger - Steve Bernier
Alexandre Burrows
Martin Gélinas

Francois Beauchemin - Marc-Edouard Vlasic
Philippe Boucher - Marc-Andre Bergeron
Stephane Robidas - Kristopher Letang
Bruno Gervais

Martin Brodeur
Roberto Luongo
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03-25-2008, 07:26 PM
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What the hell happened? We used to produced some good d'men

Guy Lapointe Serge Savard
Pierre Pilote Carole Vadnais
Damn I forgot the Flyer d'man from the Broadstreet era, his nickname was Moose. Over the years Quebec had a decent amount of defencemen. Of late not too many make to the NHL. I wonder why that is?

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03-25-2008, 07:28 PM
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Simon Gagné - Vincent Lecavalier - Martin-St-Louis
Pierre-Marc Bouchard - Daniel Briere - Jason Pominville
Alex Tanguay - Mike Ribeiro - Jean-Pierre Dumont
Antoine Vermette - Eric Bélanger - Steve Bernier
Alexandre Burrows
Martin Gélinas

Francois Beauchemin - Marc-Edouard Vlasic
Philippe Boucher - Marc-Andre Bergeron
Stephane Robidas - Kristopher Letang
Bruno Gervais

Martin Brodeur
Roberto Luongo
Jean-Sébastien Giguere
Very strong offense.

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What the hell happened? We used to produced some good d'men

Guy Lapointe Serge Savard
Pierre Pilote Carole Vadnais
Damn I forgot the Flyer d'man from the Broadstreet era, his nickname was Moose. Over the years Quebec had a decent amount of defencemen. Of late not too many make to the NHL. I wonder why that is?
Don't forget Doug Harvey

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03-25-2008, 07:29 PM
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Very strong offense.
I think the lack of muscle through the lineup and the very average defense will hurt them in a matchup against a strong team like Ontario. However, I think this is a better lineup than the BC lineup.

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03-25-2008, 07:41 PM
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Damn I forgot the Flyer d'man from the Broadstreet era, his nickname was Moose.
André "Moose" Dupont.

He used to sharpen my skate when I was young and he also teach me not to tape your ankle.

He was a goon.

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03-25-2008, 07:42 PM
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wow, pretty surprise nobody mentioned the name of Eric Desjardins....
When he was still around he was my #1 D lol.

I also had Matthieu Schneider but then I realized he's not from Quebec.


Is Marc Savard from Quebec?

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03-25-2008, 07:48 PM
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03-25-2008, 07:52 PM
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Stephane Robidas
Francois Beauchemin
Marc-André Bergeron

Uh...Bruno Gervais.

Edit: Can't forget Brisebois!

Alexandre Picard
Mathieu Roy

...and your star defencemen: Alain Nasreddine!
Marc-Édouard Vlasik

Philippe Boucher

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03-25-2008, 07:54 PM
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When he was still around he was my #1 D lol.

I also had Matthieu Schneider but then I realized he's not from Quebec.


Is Marc Savard from Quebec?
No. he's from Ontario (Ottawa) like Derek Roy. Roy do speak French but I never ever heard an interview with Marc Savard in French.

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Boucher - Beauchemin
Robidas - Bergeron
Letang - Vlasic

Am i forgetting someone? A Quebec team would be pretty bad at the blue line...
But they would have goalies to correct the mistakes

Luongo, Brodeur, Guiguère, Leclaire...


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03-25-2008, 08:26 PM
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Simon Gagné - Vincent Lecavalier - Martin-St-Louis
Pierre-Marc Bouchard - Daniel Briere - Jason Pominville
Alex Tanguay - Mike Ribeiro - Jean-Pierre Dumont
Antoine Vermette - Eric Bélanger - Steve Bernier
Alexandre Burrows
Martin Gélinas
I'll take Ian Laperriere easily over a goof like Burrows, thank you very much.

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03-25-2008, 09:12 PM
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I'll take Ian Laperriere easily over a goof like Burrows, thank you very much.
I like that goof that is Burrows. It's like Sean Avery: you hate him when he's not on your side, but you like him when he play for you.

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03-25-2008, 09:22 PM
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I'll take Ian Laperriere easily over a goof like Burrows, thank you very much.
No offense.. but do you watch any Canucks games?

Burrows is ****ing incredible.

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Boucher - Beauchemin
Robidas - Bergeron
Letang - Vlasic

Am i forgetting someone? A Quebec team would be pretty bad at the blue line...
There is very little wrong with the 1st pairing.

The 3rd pairing is incredible and would likely be the second pairing.
Robidas is solid enough .. Bergeron would be better used as a spare forward/7th D-Man and a PP specialist.

But then again, the only guy I could see playing over Bergeron is Picard.

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03-25-2008, 09:36 PM
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No offense.. but do you watch any Canucks games?
Take a look at my location there bud. I live in Western Canada. Think I've seen a Canuck game or two??

To be honest though, I try to avoid Vancouver's games. Their style of play puts me to sleep. The fact that I hate the Canucks with a passion doesn't exactly help things though.

But yes, I've seen him play on numerous occasions. He's no better than Lapierre. A s***-disturber that runs his mouth. That's it.

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03-25-2008, 09:37 PM
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Marc Eduard Vlasic, but he's not Francophone, he's a West Island anglo
He's not an anglo. Does Marc-Edouard sound anglo to you?

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NHLers
Marc-Andre Bergeron
Francois Beauchemin
Philippe Boucher
Stephane Robidas
Patrice Brisebois
Mathieu Dandenault
Bruno Gervais
Kristopher Letang
Alain Nasreddine
Marc-Edouard Vlasic
Torrey Mitchell
Alexandre Picard

AHLers
Joey Mormina
Jean-Philippe Cote
Mathieu Biron
Mathieu Carle
Sasha Pokulok
Jonathan Paiement
Maxim Noreau
Jean-Luc Grand-Pierre
Rosario Ruggeri
Olivier Magnan
Danny Groulx
Maxime Fortunus
Mike Madill
Mario Scalzo
Martin Grenier
Denis Gauthier
Bruno St. Jacques
Sebastien Bisaillon
Patrick Traverse
You forgot Marc-André Gragnani (Buffalo-Rochester), a former West-Island Lion!

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03-25-2008, 10:05 PM
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When he was still around he was my #1 D lol.

I also had Matthieu Schneider but then I realized he's not from Quebec.


Is Marc Savard from Quebec?
He's from Ottawa. I always thought he was from Quebec too.



Goalies - Turco, Roloson, Dan Ellis, Others ( Emery, Raycroft)

Defense. M. Staal, Pronger, Campbell, Boyle, Jovanoksi, McCabe (Extra Blake, Boynton, Rivet

Forwards: Eric Staal, Jordan Staal, Brind'Amour, Savard, Madden, Spezza, Stillman, Shanahan, Carter, Richards (Mike), Thronton,Nash (Extras Roy, Horton, Perry, Gagner, Fisher, Cheechoo, Boyes)

As you can see, Turco would play like every game, but other than that, our team is pretty strong.

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Are there even enough players in the NHL from Atlantic Canada to start a team with?
I'm sure an Atlantic team could get John Slaney to come back from Germany to score a huge goal

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03-25-2008, 10:21 PM
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Take a look at my location there bud. I live in Western Canada. Think I've seen a Canuck game or two??

To be honest though, I try to avoid Vancouver's games. Their style of play puts me to sleep. The fact that I hate the Canucks with a passion doesn't exactly help things though.

But yes, I've seen him play on numerous occasions. He's no better than Lapierre. A s***-disturber that runs his mouth. That's it.
Go look at the Canucks board.. they love Burrows.

The Canucks have a Top-10 PK in the NHL. Alexandre Burrows and Ryan Kesler (along with Luongo) are the reason.

Burrows leads the team in PK scoring with 3 goals and 4 points.

Burrows also ranks 2nd on the Canucks in hits (77) and 3rd in blocked shots (42) among forwards.

On top of that, Burrows has 20 more Take-aways than Give-aways.

Burrows also ranks 2nd on the Canucks in +/- (+11) and 1st in Penalty Minutes (144).

If you seen him at the beginning of the season, I could see where you can make a comparison to Maxim Lapierre (at this point in his career).. but if you've watched games since January, you'll notice that Burrows is getting 18+ min/g and becoming a huge part of the Canucks club.

ADD: I'm watching the Canucks game right now and they just called Burrows an " *Unknown Star* this season because he's played so well."

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Quebec don't produce many good d-men. Only one i can think of is Francois Beauchemin. Also...Bouillon was born in the u.s.

Rectification: Quebec hasn't produced many good d-men lately. Only one i can think of is Francois Beauchemin. Also...Bouillon was born in the u.s

On a more serious note, may i ask which goalies will you take ?

Anyway, as for your roster, here's a list of players that are still or COULD STILL BE ( at their age between 40-44) playing in the NHL for your roster).. i picked those that have a certain amount of points.

Goalies

Brodeur
Roy
Luongo
Denis
Biron
Lalime
Fleury
Thibeault
Giguere
Leclaire
Theodore
Garon
Aubin
Sabourin
Cloutier

forwards

Perrin
Bergeron
Pominville
Bernier
Tanguay
Statsny
Laperierre
Ribeiro
Bouchard
Belanger
Latendresse
Dumont
Vermette
Briere
Gagne
Lecavalier
St-Louis
M. Lemieux

Defense

Bergeron
Robidas
Boucher
Dandenault
Brisebois
Vlasic

..

Quite unbalanced..

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03-25-2008, 10:26 PM
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Simon Gagné - Vincent Lecavalier - Martin-St-Louis
Pierre-Marc Bouchard - Daniel Briere - Jason Pominville
Alex Tanguay - Mike Ribeiro - Jean-Pierre Dumont
Antoine Vermette - Eric Bélanger - Steve Bernier
Alexandre Burrows
Martin Gélinas

Francois Beauchemin - Marc-Edouard Vlasic
Philippe Boucher - Marc-Andre Bergeron
Stephane Robidas - Kristopher Letang
Bruno Gervais

Martin Brodeur
Roberto Luongo
Jean-Sébastien Giguere
You forgot an important piece: Patrice Bergeron.

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He's not an anglo. Does Marc-Edouard sound anglo to you?
Mathieu Schneider sounds franco but he's not franco

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Wich part? I don't think anybody has ever called him Mathieu, most people call him Mathew.

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Wich part? I don't think anybody has ever called him Mathieu, most people call him Mathew.
His name is Mathieu not Matthew

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