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Oct. 23, Hamilton vs Rochester, 7:35 PM


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Hamilton (2-1-0) looks to get back on the winning track as they travel to Rochester (3-2-0) to take on the Amerks. Expect some changes to the Bulldogs' lineup as Louis Leblanc is all but confirmed as out while Morgan Ellis is now apparently game ready. So, I'm guessing the lines will be as follows:






Beaulieu-St. Denis


The starting goalie is TBD (please be Delmas, please be Delmas...)

Rochester's projected lines:









Puck drop is at 7:35 and as always, Funny820 will have the play-by-play.

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tuned in late-any word Brian re Desjardin's status?

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oh Lord-Chris Ciamaga is one of the Zebras. I was hoping the NHL would just lay him off

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From listening to the game, it seemed pretty close for the most part. Things appeared to be a lot better in their own end and both Derek and Al had good things to say about Ellis on several occasions. Offensively is where they're really struggling as Geoffrion and Palushaj were shut down yesterday and the rookies aren't yet ready to step up consistently.

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Yes burying their chances must be bigger issue as they outshot that team and gave up only 3 goals with 1 or 2 on PP.

Gallagher has 12 shots but zip so far and u know that will change, but losing LL for a month or 2 is a killer, i had him as going to have a big year.

So giving up only 3 goals with 5 rookie d-men and back up goalie, is almost a good sign as they likely will improve as year goes on (but still will be inconsistant as most young teams are)

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