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02-08-2007, 10:30 AM
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Dandy is one of our most consistant player this year. He plays with passion and give 100% on every shifts.

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02-08-2007, 10:52 AM
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You can be tired of him if you expected more of what you're seeing now. But can't be tired to see his steady play. Not spectacular but steady anyway. I wish he'd would let loose a little more though and go to the net a little more.

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I love Dandenault and I wish he was playing on the powerplay instead of Rivet...

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I love Dandenault and I wish he was playing on the powerplay instead of Rivet...
agree with that

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I would not want to see Dandenault on the PP. He probably has the worst shot on the team. I never really liked him, I was really disapointed when we signed him for 4 years at that price. This year he is playing ok, I don't think we can wait for more from him. But Bouillon on the other hand is playing so bad this year, I think he should be the one criticised for his very poor play. Maybe benching him one game or two could be a good idea, but it seems that even after a big mistake he is right back on the ice. Oh well, and he is signed for 2 more years...what a mistake.

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Dandy was one of the best last season after the Olympics, and was our best down the stretch, near the end of the season. He was arguably the best D in the playoffs. He hasn't been up to that same level since his injury, but I can slowly see him pick up the pace.

Even if he hasnt been stellar, he hasn't been bad either. Arguably one of our more stable D-men, and is gaining that momentum he had last season in the playoffs.

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02-08-2007, 04:45 PM
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How can anyone have a problem with Dandy for what he brings at his price in an inflated market for defensemen?

Unbelievable !!!

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