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About Johnny_rudeboy

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  1. Nice to see. I have lived on both coasts in Canada (5 years on the west coast) and currently going on 10 years on the east coast.
  2. False The poster below has seen the sun rise on the East Coast and the sun set on the West Coast (not on the same day of course).
  3. He's a Habs fan(atic).
  4. Yep they raised 20,000 dollars for the charity (1000 autographs). He was surprised by the turn out and disappointed that he could not meet everyone but it was not possible because the place where he was signing autographs had to close for the day. Actually there are two masks. The first has Jacques Plante with the signatures of Mike Liut and Grant Fuhr. all goalies who played for St. Louis. His second mask is somewhat personal and very different. It features his favorite childhood cartoon, Lucky Luke. Very different and personal.
  5. A little bit older too.
  6. It is too early to determine if the Dog's are displaying AHL supremacy and whether success in the AHL is translating into success at the NHL level. Montreal's mediocre seasons have not resulted in many players from the farm making the line up with the big club.
  7. Sorcerer's Apprentice: 6/10 (for special effects) Grown Ups: 7/10
  8. Montreal Canadiens General Manager Pierre Gauthier announced today the club has named Randy Cunneyworth as Head Coach and Randy Ladouceur as Assistant Coach of the Hamilton Bulldogs. Source: Could a Moderator please PIN this topic. Thank you.
  9. I don't know Graeme. I am going by the Habs article "Who is Dustin Boyd?" "A two-way center originally drafted by the Flames in 2004, Boyd spent three seasons in Calgary before being dealt to the Predators at the trade deadline this past year. Acquired to help Nashville in their playoff push last spring, the soon-to-be 24 year-old promptly led his new team in the face-off circle, winning over 58% of his draws." "Now with his third NHL team, Boyd provides the Habs with help at center in light of Dominic Moore and Glen Metropolit likely having played their last games in Montreal."
  10. I expect Dustin Boyd to replace Moore's spot on the roster.
  11. Given the young players on the team lead by a rookie AHL coach they did better than expected this season.
  12. Here is the injury staus for each player: Mathieu Carle (partial dislocated shoulder - will require a season-ending surgery (Jan. 22), happened on Jan. 13) Max Pacioretty (shoulder injury - week-to-week (May 2), re-injured April 4) However Carle may return to Bulldog lineup for Texas series because he is recovering well from the surgery:
  13. Yep you have to really give a lot of credit to the coaching staff.
  14. Avatar - Given the story line and acting the computer graphics made this movie at best a 7 out of 10. Remember Me - Though I did not like the ending it garners an 8 out of 10.
  15. The Hamilton Bulldogs of the American Hockey League announced their 2009-2010 Clear Day roster today, which consists of 20 skaters and two goaltenders. Forwards: David Desharnais, Mike Glumac, Ben Maxwell, Eric Neilson, Max Pacioretty, Aaron Palushaj, Tom Pyatt, Ryan Russell, Grant Stevenson, Brock Trotter, Ryan White and J.T. Wyman Defencemen: Shawn Belle, Andre Benoit, Mathieu Carle, Alex Henry, Frederic St. Denis, P.K. Subban, Mike Vernace and Yannick Weber Goaltenders: Cedrick Desjardins and Curtis Sanford Players in Residence but not on the Clear Day list: Chad Anderson, Andrew Conboy, Olivier Fortier, Maxime Lacroix and Dany Masse A player in residence can only be used during the remainder of the regular season or the playoffs if a combination of three members of the 22-man roster are injured, recalled or suspended. Source: I wonder if leaving Conboy and Anderson off the roster will hurt the team if things get physical.