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mathieug

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  1. After the Long Beach Ice Dogs activated Jaroslav Halak off IR the Montreal Canadiens reassigned the goaltender to the Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL).

    Halak, 20, has appeared in three games with the Ice Dogs this season, earning a record of 1-0-0, with a 1.07 goals-against average and a .957 save percentage. In 2004-05, the native of Bratislava, Slovakia played for the Lewiston MAINEiacs (QMJHL), posting 24 wins, 17 losses, and four ties, with a 2.78 goals-against average and a .913 save percentage. He was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in the 9th round, 271st overall in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft.


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  3. Originally posted by mathieug
    Originally posted by Bulis_the_Habbie

    Thanks for the link.:/)

    Hmm.. just noticed that we have a goalie (Loic Lacasse) playing for Roy on the Remparts. I wonder if that'll help him.

    Got traded? Isn't he playing for Baie-Comeau?

    Bulis the Jinxer? The kid got traded on monday. Lacasse is playing in Drummondville now.


  4. Plekanec,who has been the most impressive of the Canadiens' young forwards this season, suffered a knee injury in Minnesota. While the Canadiens are waiting for the result of tests, it appears he won't be back before the new year.

    Pat Hickey, Montréal Gazette, 20/12/2005


  5. After missing one game due to the flu Mathieu was back in goal last night against Phoenix, a 4-1 Los Angeles win. He's 3-0-0 in his last 3 starts with a .953 Sv% and a 1.63 GAA. During those 3 games he faced 107 shots (35.6 AVG), stopping 102 of them.

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