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Rochester vs Hamilton, October 27


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It's the game the Bulldogs have been hyping...or it's the closest they've come to hyping something for a while as it's...the return of Olivier Fortier! Oh, and some rookie kid is making his professional debut.

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Active scoring leaders:

Goals: Kassian/Whitmore/Tropp (3)

Assists: Stuart/Whitmore/Tropp (4)

Points: Whitmore/Kassian (5)

PIMS: Finley/Kassian (17)

+/-: Derek Whitmore (+4)

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Active scoring leaders:

Goals: Philip DeSimone (3)

Assists: Stafford/Willsie (3)

Points: Garrett Stafford (4)

PIMS: Zack FitzGerald (31)

+/-: Dany Masse (+3)

Potential lines:

Don't know the new combinations but Leblanc is playing the left wing with Engqvist and Conboy according to Derek. I'm not sure the wings are correct as Conboy's a natural left and Leblanc has played right wing before. Although, with their insistence on playing Willsie out of position, maybe it's just part of the development strategy when they get called up to the Habs and get played out of position anyway.

Puck drop is at 7:30 PM EST and can be listened to by clicking this link: http://cham.player.amri.ca/

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Bulldogs lead 2-0 in the 2nd on goals by Engqvist (on the PP, yes that's correct) and Conboy. Leblanc has assists on each goal, Stafford also had a helper on the first goal.

Couple of lines as I listen to the game:

Willsie-DeSimone-Berger

Conboy-Engqvist-Leblanc

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This must feel good cuz he had quite a time to think about his game.

We will see with time and hopefully he will play different of what i've seen

last year in junior hockey.

Again a center was drafted but most probably a winger will be developed.

He had low FO% and couldn't use his speed.

A lot of ice time and no more injuries is what i hope for him.

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LOL @ Subban last night.

Way to go Louis Leblanc!

If PK had landed one of those slow-mo haymakers it would have been hilarious :P

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This must feel good cuz he had quite a time to think about his game.

We will see with time and hopefully he will play different of what i've seen

last year in junior hockey.

Again a center was drafted but most probably a winger will be developed.

He had low FO% and couldn't use his speed.

A lot of ice time and no more injuries is what i hope for him.

He was ripping it up in Junior very early in the season. But didn't seem to be able to score at the same rate later in the year. Considering he played most of the year with the shoulder injury, i think that was a huge factor in his season. Faceoffs, production, it was all effected by the injury.

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