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01-28-2008, 05:09 PM
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Moulson's back...

...as seen on the NHL Transactions board at espn.com

Assuming since Purcell is playing in the AHL ASG today *(check your local listings, it's on many channels on the dish.) his call will be prior to tomorrow's game.

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01-28-2008, 05:23 PM
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He's a yo-yo.

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01-28-2008, 05:28 PM
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As expected.
The poor Boys and Girls club children will be so sad. http://www.monarchshockey.com/fullstory.php?id=2988

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I think the AHL all star game is free on B2 tonight for anyone who can't get to a TV

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I think the AHL all star game is free on B2 tonight for anyone who can't get to a TV
It is, it's also being aired either live or on a delay by a lot of stations.

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As expected.
The poor Boys and Girls club children will be so sad. http://www.monarchshockey.com/fullstory.php?id=2988
I'm sure he was there and didn't disappoint the children. Philly is a very quick trip, and he can leave first thing in the morning.

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I'm sure he was there and didn't disappoint the children. Philly is a very quick trip, and he can leave first thing in the morning.
I was kidding. As the event is tomorrow beginning at 4 p.m., I'm sure they'll simply sub in someone else. Probably Kevin Westgarth or Brian Boyle.

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i see Moulson had a goal tonight. I am a local to Manchester, and my friend is actually Moulson's cousin. Moulson has looked impressive the times I have watched him for the Monarchs. I was bummed, last saturday a group of my friends went to the Monarchs game and then out to dinner with Matt afterward. He told lots of stories about how awesome it is to be in the NHL etc, sounds like he's a real good kid.

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Have to believe he is back up to stay. Guy has shown he belongs, so hopefully LA can make a move or three that would clear up a roster spot when Cammy returns.

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I don't know how, but the puck always seems to find him in scoring areas. Is that what they refer to as "hockey sense"? He has out-produced all the other rookies and Willsie, Thornton, and Ivanans in fewer than half the games played. On pace for 25 goals over 80 games!

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I don't know how, but the puck always seems to find him in scoring areas. Is that what they refer to as "hockey sense"? He has out-produced all the other rookies and Willsie, Thornton, and Ivanans in fewer than half the games played. On pace for 25 goals over 80 games!
That's how Luc became the highest scoring LW in history.

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