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Martin St Pierre

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Position: Centre
Shoots: Left
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 188
Born: 11 August 1983
Birthplace: Ottawa, Ontario

• St-Pierre, 29, played in the AHL last year with the Rockford IceHogs, and affiliate of the Chicago Blackhawks. He had 26 goals and 33 assists in 76 games. St-Pierre has appeared in 38 NHL games for Chicago, Boston, and Ottawa.

St-Pierre signed with the Canadiens in 2013 after attending the Habs development camp.

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Martin St. Pierre has agreed to a one-year, two-way contract with the Montreal Canadiens.

St. Pierre will earn $550k if he spends the 2013-14 campaign in the NHL and $225k annually at the AHL level. He's an organization depth player that's fantastic in the minors, but has no fantasy value.

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Bergevin is aware that we already have a David Desharnais, right? Is the plan to play a 4th line of St-Pierre, Desharnais, and Parros?

Joking aside, I think St-Pierre can be a decent 4th line player, albeit it I truly cannot see how we line him up with Desharnais on the same line.

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lol.............just what they need , another small player

All joking aside , I know nothing of him .

In fact Ive never heard of him.

Im sure he has character :)

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It's not odd if the plan is to keep Desharnais in the press box. If DD is also playing, then it's a terrible decision.

This is what I was thinking, I hope that's what this means.

The alternative is, this guy is going to sit in the pressbox as injury insurance and we'd rather do that to a journeyman vs a still developping prospect.

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This is what I was thinking, I hope that's what this means.

The alternative is, this guy is going to sit in the pressbox as injury insurance and we'd rather do that to a journeyman vs a still developping prospect.

Possibly, but it's not like Blunden was a young prospect and he's the guy we sent down for St-Pierre.

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Who cares if Blunden's big and St.Pierre's small? Blunden was playing horrible. St.Pierre is doing great so far in Hamilton and it's just another case of Bergevin rewarding a guy for playing well.

I have no problem with this. Although maybe Nattinen or somebody would have been a better choice.

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Who cares if Blunden's big and St.Pierre's small? Blunden was playing horrible. St.Pierre is doing great so far in Hamilton and it's just another case of Bergevin rewarding a guy for playing well.

I have no problem with this. Although maybe Nattinen or somebody would have been a better choice.

I don't have a problem with the team opting for St-Pierre over Blunden. Was replying to BCH's point that the team may have wanted a veteran to sit in the pressbox and was pointing out that Blunden could have filled that role just as well. I have no issue with the team inserting St-Pierre onto the 4th line at some point, but it makes no sense to put him on the same line as Desharnais and have two small pass-first players skating together with an enforcer who can't score. It's simply a waste.

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I don't have a problem with the team opting for St-Pierre over Blunden. Was replying to BCH's point that the team may have wanted a veteran to sit in the pressbox and was pointing out that Blunden could have filled that role just as well. I have no issue with the team inserting St-Pierre onto the 4th line at some point, but it makes no sense to put him on the same line as Desharnais and have two small pass-first players skating together with an enforcer who can't score. It's simply a waste.

I actually wasn't referring to you. I agree with you. I think that he'll just be in the press box or in the lineup over DD. Not at the same time.

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That is decent coin for the minors...

Martin St. Pierre has agreed to a one-year, two-way contract with the Montreal Canadiens.
St. Pierre will earn $550k if he spends the 2013-14 campaign in the NHL and $225k annually at the AHL level. He's an organization depth player that's fantastic in the minors, but has no fantasy value.
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