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04-17-2010, 10:24 PM
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Hamilton takes a 2-0 lead over Manitoba

Title says it all... our farm team boys are up 2 games to 0 after an 8-2 drumming tonight!

Go Dogs go!

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Where's Pacioretty?

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Subban with a goal and 2 assists!

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Where's Pacioretty?
Still Injured

They won 8-2 tonight I think.

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This is really really positive. Please let this convert to future success!

Go Dogs!

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Subban with a goal and 2 assists!
He's leading all players in the series with 1 goal and 3 assists in 2 games.

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we should have been up 2-0 ...

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Call up Boucher and dress him as our 7th D. The man is magic.

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Man our farm team is really good

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04-18-2010, 04:23 PM
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Lets hope no one snags boucher from us, the man is electric and is a bright spot on that farm team along with Subban

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Lets hope no one snags boucher from us, the man is electric and is a bright spot on that farm team along with Subban
I think as good as Boucher is, he is twice as loyal and I see him staying with Montreal in Hamilton until he gets the call up to the NHL with the Habs.

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I think as good as Boucher is, he is twice as loyal and I see him staying with Montreal in Hamilton until he gets the call up to the NHL with the Habs.
If I were the Habs, I would say to him that his performance thus far has been truly amazing. If he continues his excellent coaching next season he will have a job in 11-12.

He seems to have the uncanny ability of getting the most out of his players, something that is not easy to do.

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I think as good as Boucher is, he is twice as loyal and I see him staying with Montreal in Hamilton until he gets the call up to the NHL with the Habs.
No AHL coach is stupid enough to refuse a NHL job. Forget loyalty, he's gonna sign somewhere else.

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No AHL coach is stupid enough to refuse a NHL job. Forget loyalty, he's gonna sign somewhere else.
I'm pretty sure I read an interview of him saying he needed more than one year in the AHL.

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Lets hope no one snags boucher from us, the man is electric and is a bright spot on that farm team along with Subban
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No AHL coach is stupid enough to refuse a NHL job. Forget loyalty, he's gonna sign somewhere else.
He is under a thing called a contract, the Habs will NOT let other teams contact him...geez do you guys know what tampering is ?

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04-18-2010, 09:32 PM
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I'm pretty sure I read an interview of him saying he needed more than one year in the AHL.
Kinda like he had one year as head coach in Jr?

If he gets an interview and agrees with the GM's philosophy and gets an offer, he isn't going to turn it down. But I highly doubt that would happen so we are arguing over something that isn't going to happen.

There are coaches with better AHL resumes than him and consensus seems to be he needs more time, that he lacks experience. Go read the thread about him to learn more.

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and what if TB comes calling and asks to speak to him?
what does brisebois do?
you can't hold a guy back.
that would be ****ed if he gets hired by TB,
does a great job and we're stuck with this
garbage ottawa retread for 3 more years

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the Habs will NOT let other teams contact him...
they will

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No AHL coach is stupid enough to refuse a NHL job. Forget loyalty, he's gonna sign somewhere else.
Boucher even said himself in an interview only a couple of weeks ago that with his early success he isn't in any rush to jump to the NHL as he still has some learning to do himself.

He will be a Hab coach, Montreal will not lose a Francophone Coach.

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Boucher even said himself in an interview only a couple of weeks ago that with his early success he isn't in any rush to jump to the NHL as he still has some learning to do himself.
He also a while back that the mistake Jr coaches make is moving up too quickly but he moved up after only 1 year as a head coach.

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Subban, Boucher, Desharnais and Trotter are all pure winners..

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He also a while back that the mistake Jr coaches make is moving up too quickly but he moved up after only 1 year as a head coach.


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The eighth Head Coach in Bulldogs franchise history, Guy Boucher has been involved in Quebec major junior hockey for the better part of the last decade, including the last three seasons as head coach of the QMJHLs Drummondville Voltigeurs.

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He was only the coach for 1 year. 2 years as assistant.

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He also a while back that the mistake Jr coaches make is moving up too quickly but he moved up after only 1 year as a head coach.
The eighth Head Coach in Bulldogs franchise history, Guy Boucher has been involved in Quebec major junior hockey for the better part of the last decade, including the last three seasons as head coach of the QMJHLs Drummondville Voltigeurs.

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The eighth Head Coach in Bulldogs franchise history, Guy Boucher has been involved in Quebec major junior hockey for the better part of the last decade, including the last three seasons as head coach of the QMJHLs Drummondville Voltigeurs.
Wrong. He was coach for 1 year.

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