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02-10-2007, 02:54 PM
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Former Habs (where are they now?)

Anyone know where these former Habs are or what they are doing now?

Gilbert Dionne
Brian Bellows
Lyle Odelein
Eric Desjardins

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02-10-2007, 02:58 PM
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I'd like to know what happened to Eric Houde. He was a beast in NHL '99

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Gilbert Dionne - played senior hockey in Ontario from 03-04 to 05-06, his team shut down operation, now
Brian Bellows - retired after 1998-99
Lyle Odelein - UFA,
Eric Desjardins - retired
Eric Houde - playing in Germany 2nd league for 3 years now

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After a stint in Germany, Gilbert "The Real Deal" Dionne played the last three seasons in Cambridge in the Ontario Sr A league. I think he's finally hung up the blades. What a disgraceful fall from Cup winner to Sr A hack.

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After a stint in Germany, Gilbert "The Real Deal" Dionne played the last three seasons in Cambridge in the Ontario Sr A league. I think he's finally hung up the blades. What a disgraceful fall from Cup winner to Sr A hack.
There's nothing disgraceful at all about loving the game so much that after your skills won't allow you to play professionally anymore the passion keeps you playing even at the Sr. A level.

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There's nothing disgraceful at all about loving the game so much that after your skills won't allow you to play professionally anymore the passion keeps you playing even at the Sr. A level.
He had far too much talent to be done at age 26. If he had any passion or love for the game he would have put in enough effort to stay in the NHL instead of a decade in minor leagues, Europe, and Cambridge.

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He had far too much talent to be done at age 26. If he had any passion or love for the game he would have put in enough effort to stay in the NHL instead of a decade in minor leagues, Europe, and Cambridge.
gj on jumping to conclusions about a person you never met

his life, his way

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