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At least not in Montreal! :(

He really let us down this pre-season. Though I fully expect him to be a healthy scratch type player next season here after Begin and Murray have no contracts.

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Last season for Milroy was a fluke. He's not a hard worker and he definately isn't anymore than a decent offensive player. Not to mention he also shy's away from most contact.

Lets just put it this way, I'm pretty sure Zack Stortini could of put up the same amount of points playing on a line with Grabovski and Kostitsyn.

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Lets just put it this way, I'm pretty sure Zack Stortini could of put up the same amount of points playing on a line with Grabovski and Kostitsyn.

Speaking of Stortini, he's on his way back to Hamitlon.

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Milroy likely not to return

"It will be sad. It will be tough for a few of us," said Milroy, who joined the Bulldogs as a fresh-faced 20-year-old kid in 2003. "I want to advance my career, somewhere. Montreal obviously doesn't want to give me the opportunity, then hopefully another team will."

In the years since he arrived in the Steel City, Milroy has played 343 games, a franchise record. His 179 points is second only to Corey Locke's 219 and his 75 goals is second to Locke's 80. But he's only been called up to Montreal once. That was last year when he played five games for the Habs.

Source: http://thespec.com/article/352789

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Milroy likely not to return

"It will be sad. It will be tough for a few of us," said Milroy, who joined the Bulldogs as a fresh-faced 20-year-old kid in 2003. "I want to advance my career, somewhere. Montreal obviously doesn't want to give me the opportunity, then hopefully another team will."

In the years since he arrived in the Steel City, Milroy has played 343 games, a franchise record. His 179 points is second only to Corey Locke's 219 and his 75 goals is second to Locke's 80. But he's only been called up to Montreal once. That was last year when he played five games for the Habs.

Source: http://thespec.com/article/352789

that sucks...

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Has the fine fellow been called up or is this a mistake?

He was called up because Hamilton's season is over and they want to keep him fresh in case he's needed. He is unlikely to play unless we get hit by a major injury bug (knock on wood) .

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He was called up because Hamilton's season is over and they want to keep him fresh in case he's needed. He is unlikely to play unless we get hit by a major injury bug (knock on wood) .

Yeah this guy has already said he is going elsewhere after the season is over because he realizes he is not in Montreal's long term plans.

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