Patrice Brisebois (33, $4 million) probally gotta resign him,think he's in for one more tho
2. Yanic Perreault (33, $2.8 million)..probally his last year here cant see him resigning after this year.
3. Joé Juneau (36, $2.05 million).im thinkin it joe juneau last year with the habs...i like juneau he;s done a great job for us over these last few years but age is catchin up to joe..the youngster are a nippin at his heals
4. Karl Dyhuis (31, $1.6 million) anything a 25 round pick anything..lol..most likley he will be bought out...karl might need a frsh start some where else...maybe whl ?..
5. Stéphane Quintal (35, $1.5 million)..cheap enough..probally not in montreal next yr
6. Andreas Dackell (31, $1.4 million)..its to bad but there not enough room for daks..i gotta think he wont resign
7. Jim Dowd (35, $775,000); gotta signed him not bad for that money..remember we paid killger 800,000 for nuttin..dowd brings it every night
8. Darren Langdon (33, $500,000); i say resign him..he knows his role and doesnt take foolish penealties at bad times..we paid loose cannon gino odjuick 750,000 a yr..i liked gino ..but langdon seems more stable..lol
Out of this list, Jim Dowd, no about about that. He's such a smart player, and to me, he doesn't play like he's 35 years old (except for the gray hair). Seriously, he is still very fast on his skates, and create offense. I also think he is pretty good at keeping the puck downlow in the opponant's zone. The best example to illustrate what I mean is the end of the 3rd period in Game #7... he was able to save his team about 20-25 seconds with his hard work in the Boston zone. It could have made a difference if the Bruins had 1 minute 15 seconds instead of, say, 55 seconds to score the tying goal. These are kind of things that go unoticed... but are highly appreciated by the coaching staff.
He would definatly be a smart signing, in my opinion (if there is hockey next season, obviously).