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01-06-2004, 11:42 AM
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Jan 7th/04 : Dogs vs. Phantoms

THE HAMILTON BULLDOGS TRAVEL TO PHILADELPHIA.

A day early, I know, but we all gotta love those Dogs. :p



Record: 1st in North Division. 2nd in AHL. 21-13-5-1 : 48 Points
Teams: Hamilton Bulldogs vs. Philadelphia Phantoms
Time: 7:05 ET, 4:05 PT
Date: January 7th, 2004
Radio: CHAM-820
Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA



Dogs Scoring Leaders :

1. Balej : 40 GP - 20 G - 19 A - 39 PTS
2. Higgins : 30 GP - 7 G - 11 A - 18 PTS
3. Perezhogin : 37 GP - 8 G - 9 A - 17 PTS
4. Beauchemin : 40 GP - 3 G - 14 A - 17 PTS
5. Svitov : 27 GP - 7 G - 9 A - 16 PTS

Dogs Plus/Minus Leaders :

1. Balej +15
2. Hainsey +11
3. Cote +10
4. Plante +9
5. Beauchemin +7



Line to Watch :

20 Eero Somervuori - 35 Alex Svitov - 27 Alex Perezhogin

Keep Your Eye On :

#57 Josej Balej

Date of Birth: Feb 22, 1982
Place of Birth: Myjava, Slovakia
Position: RW
Height: 6-0
Weight: 191



Current Season Stats

40 GP - 20 G - 19 A - 39 PTS - +15 - 20 PIM - 5 GWG - 127 SH

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3-1 Dogs.

2 for Balej, 1 for Perezhogin and 2 assists for Hainsey and Hossa.

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1. Balej : 40 GP - 20 G - 19 A - 39 PTS
OT: I don't care how well a team is going, a forward playing at a PPG pace on his second pro season deserves at least a temporary stint with the big club. Expect him to be called up pretty soon if he continues along that path.

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4-2 Dogs. Hossa with a G and a A after Gainey calls him out, linemate Balej pots a pair and the Perezhogin show continues with another goal.

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Is the game on Sportsnet? Where you see all this?

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Is the game on Sportsnet? Where you see all this?

In philly

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01-07-2004, 08:37 AM
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Balej should be called up, he would be great alongside either Koivu or Ribeiro. Bulis has slowed down lately and we need a third line center(Kilger because of his play as of late), Ryder can play both wings.

3rd line: Bulis-Kilger-Dackell
1st line: Ryder-Koivu-Balej

And what about that Perezhogin? People always panic for no reason, the guy was a great pick up, he's got highlight reel skills. He'll be in Montreal sooner rather then later.

Don't we look good with Perezhogin, Higgins, Kastsitsyn and Balej in our future top 6? Although it might be too "european" aka soft. That big NA center would sure look good.

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Don't we look good with Perezhogin, Higgins, Kastsitsyn and Balej in our future top 6? Although it might be too "european" aka soft. That big NA center would sure look good.
While now of those guys are power forwards, they are not exactly ******* who refuse to go in the traffic areas. All of them are in the 6 feet range, not exactly Petrov like midgets.

But you are right that big NA center would sure look good.

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You know, theres this guy named Jason Allison who might not get resigned because of his 7M$ contract. Maybe the Kings would want a very talented 23 year old playmaker? Who knows we might throw in a Hossa and a 2nd ?

Seriously, I hope we get bigger down the middle, IMO if you don't have size on the wings on the top 2 line(even though they are not weak), then get some for the third line(including the center) and one of the top 2 centers. When I say size, I also mean toughness.

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Gainey said Balej was the next too have a look on the Habs pro roster , that's good news

Hamilton Bulldogs Individual Team Leaders
Points: 40 - Jozef Balej
Goals: 20 - Jozef Balej , Gratton
Assists: 19 - Jozef Balej
Plus/Minus: +15 - Jozef Balej
Penalty Minutes: 68 - Alexander Svitov
Powerplay Goals: 5 - Benoit Gratton
Shorthanded Goals: 2 - Jozef Balej, Tomas Plekanec, Jimmie Olvestad
Game-Winning Goals: 5 - Jozef Balej


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Gainey said Balej was the next too have a look on the Habs pro roster , that's good news

Hamilton Bulldogs Individual Team Leaders
Points: 40 - Jozef Balej
Goals: 20 - Jozef Balej , Gratton
Assists: 19 - Jozef Balej
Plus/Minus: +15 - Jozef Balej
Penalty Minutes: 68 - Alexander Svitov
Powerplay Goals: 5 - Benoit Gratton
Shorthanded Goals: 2 - Jozef Balej, Tomas Plekanec, Jimmie Olvestad
Game-Winning Goals: 5 - Jozef Balej
With Sundstrom and Juneau out he might get his chance. The question is, where to play him. I'd give him a taste on line one with Saku and Ryder, then have Bulis anchor line 3 with Plekanec and Dackell.

Balej - Koivu - Ryder
Zed - Ribs - Dags
Bulis - Plekanec - Dackell
Kilger/Langdon - Perreault - Ward

Just a taste, mind you, to boost his confidence and allow him to hone his skills with our best forward. I still think Zednik belongs on line one (but I won't complain too loudly about that while we're riding a 5-game point streak). I like that line 3, though. Speed, skill, and sound defensive play. That has the makings of a frustrating shut-down line, one with more offensive punch and speed than our current trio of Sundstrom - Juneau - Dackell (their recent good play notwithstanding).


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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jozeph_Balej
Gainey said Balej was the next too have a look on the Habs pro roster , that's good news

Hamilton Bulldogs Individual Team Leaders
Points: 40 - Jozef Balej
Goals: 20 - Jozef Balej , Gratton
Assists: 19 - Jozef Balej
Plus/Minus: +15 - Jozef Balej
Penalty Minutes: 68 - Alexander Svitov
Powerplay Goals: 5 - Benoit Gratton
Shorthanded Goals: 2 - Jozef Balej, Tomas Plekanec, Jimmie Olvestad
Game-Winning Goals: 5 - Jozef Balej
He has 39 points, not 40. Maybe you meant 40 games.

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While now of those guys are power forwards, they are not exactly ******* who refuse to go in the traffic areas. All of them are in the 6 feet range, not exactly Petrov like midgets.

But you are right that big NA center would sure look good.
OR...
we could go the route of the NJ Devils and play "smaller" forwards with monster defensemen to mop up anyone who lays a hand on them. It is definitely a recipe that has worked elsewhere.

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1-0 Hamilton in 1st

Balej scored on a super quick play right off the faceoff.

Happened so fast that the radio was still on commercials when it occurred.

21st goal of the season

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1-0 dogs in the 1st, another one from balej, right now it's unassisted
can't wait to see this guy when i go to the game saturday afternoon!

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philly ties it 1-1, 1st period over

note: michaud is getting the start in goal tonight for the dogs

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philly ties it 1-1, 1st period over

note: michaud is getting the start in goal tonight for the dogs
Wow, I didn't know that... neat!
Isn't going to get the shutout, but here's hoping he'll keep it close!

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1-0 Hamilton in 1st

Balej scored on a super quick play right off the faceoff.

Happened so fast that the radio was still on commercials when it occurred.

21st goal of the season

Anyone got a link for the game??? please ?

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Higgins!

From Hainsey and Beauchemin

2-2

check the www.hamiltonbulldogs.com

for live listening

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Higgins!

From Hainsey and Beauchemin

2-2

check the www.hamiltonbulldogs.com

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Cool!....Thanks a million Marc!

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2-3

Philadelphia - Nick Deschenes (Kirby Law, Freddy Meyer)

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note: michaud is getting the start in goal tonight for the dogs
Go Michaud!

Man, he was in my class in college! I like this guy, all genuine!

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Damn! It's over. 3-2 Philly.

Better luck next time Olli!

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2-3

Philadelphia - Nick Deschenes (Kirby Law, Freddy Meyer)
Deschenes was Higgins' wing at Yale the last two years.

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That big NA center would sure look good.
Don't worry he's coming...

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