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Guest natey2k4

This kid is suprising.. does he deserve a shot if an injury occurs? What is up with this boy.. 19 PTS in 18GP so far this season, picked up 2 PTS tonight and now leads the team. (1PTS ahead of Lapierre)..

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Belongs to Edmonton.

Umm.. no he doesnt.

Duncan Milroy Right Wing

Born Feb 8 1983 -- Edmonton, ALTA

Height 6.01 -- Weight 198 -- Shoots R

Selected by Montreal Canadiens round 2 #37 overall 2001 NHL Entry Draft

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The Milroy-Grabovski-Kotstitsyn line has been working great lately. All of these guys can score, Milroy grinds it out. Grabovski doesn't give up and Kotstitsyn has some power-forward like tendencies. Grabovski and Kotstitsyn also have great vision and Milroy goes to the front of the net.

Milroy is on a Ryder like career path. So, I like the fact he's starting to come into his own.

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The Hamilton Spectator reported that Lever took Milroy aside after last season and basically said he was working his way off the map as far as Montreal was concerned. Milroy went into serious physical training for the summer and has come back with a renewed energy and enthusiasm. He has (with perhaps the exception of Lapierre) been our strongest player in every game and is the current goal and scoring leader for us. Hopefully he has worked his way back onto Montreal's radar.....he deserves a short stint (at least!) if he keeps this up! He fits great on the line with Kostitsyn and Grabovski as Kings mentioned!

Very glad to see this as Milroy has always been a class act both on ice and in the community.......he won the AHL award for community service....A great player and a nice guy!

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Thats old news here in Hamilton....you should know that Swansee.

I know, I posted that for the benefit of the Habs fans who don't follow the Dogs closely (ie non Bulldog Fan Forum) and might not understand what Milroy is all about! (I guess it sounded like it was new news!) Some of the responses on this thread and the duplicate deleted one showed that many weren't really sure of who Milroy is. Don't you think he deserves a shot based on his renewed attitude and play?

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Hopefully the Habs will reward Dunc soon for his exceptional play and exceptional leadership in Hamilton. He is one of the reasons Kostitsyn is actually playing up to his potential. Plus Dunc's stats, work ethic and leadership on and off the ice are definitely NHL calibre. I'm not certain where he'd fit in at the moment but I think he would certainly show that he belongs in the NHL.

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Milroy's goal tonight was particular sweet.......we were on the power play, Milroy was just outside the slot and got a pass, instead of shooting he passed back to Groulx, who took a wicked shot and then Dunc tipped it in on the way back!!! 20 goals this season!

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The good thing with Milroy is that hes older and is playing up to his potential now so next year he can play 4th line with maybe Lapierre and Begin and they can play 8-10 minutes a game and be fine with that. I think that line would be awesome.

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The Hamilton newspaper said that Milroy had been called up, but I can't find anything about it online (even on the Spectator's site, it was only in the printed version). Maybe it's a mistake? I don't know, because if we send Milroy down he has to clear waivers, so I don't know why they wouldn't have tried a guy like Grabovski or Ferland or even D'Agnostini instead... we'll see what happens.

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The Hamilton newspaper said that Milroy had been called up, but I can't find anything about it online (even on the Spectator's site, it was only in the printed version). Maybe it's a mistake? I don't know, because if we send Milroy down he has to clear waivers, so I don't know why they wouldn't have tried a guy like Grabovski or Ferland or even D'Agnostini instead... we'll see what happens.

ON RDS!!!

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Do you have a source? Not that I don't believe you but I have yet to see this reported anywhere other than message boards.

I also think this is being discussed in the Milroy player thread.

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What makes you think he'll make a difference if he's in the lineup or not? The Habs key to success tonight will be to stay out of the damn penalty box, not calling up a minor leaguer who will play about 5 minutes, if at all.

well we called him because because Kovy is out, i say we dont play around anymore and play him on the top 2 lines! we cant bring up guys and keep on the 4th!

MAKE HIM PLAY HE'S TOUGH!! 6'1 203 pounds

put him with Plekanec!

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