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We’re working to confirm reports that Maxim Lapierre has been traded to the Anaheim Ducks. CKAC and RDS are reporting the Canadiens centreman is/will be gone by game-time today.
Good for Max, I think he will turn out to be another player whose potential was not realized as a Hab. He is a better player than the way he was being utilized.
Great trade and I don’t even care if we get anyone in return. Next is Pouilot (soft) and a couple of smurfs. I hear there is rioting tonight at the RDS studios (tough, cry me a river). Lastly, get rid of JM. I am very happy tonight
Just Lapierre traded?…man Pierre G. had better do more than that to help stop this sinking ship…this move is simply PG rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic …
From Arpon Basu:
Max Lapierre demanded a trade because he wasn’t happy that his ice time was taking a dive.
See…..there is a silver lining!
Come on for Koivu haha a guy can dream can`t he
Is Benny going with him??? One can only hope.
But for who???
Go Habs Go!
Hey Mr. Molson! It is NOT the players!
There is NO cap on coaches is there?
It might be a silver lining if Saku is coming back!
“I don’t like to keep kids like that out of the lineup. They need to play; that’s how they’re going to get better.” Jacques Martin
Well, he’s been known to duck a little !
Good luck Maxime.
So who is he going for, or what? Wow, PG is at least doing something to fix this slide.
Uh? How is this gonna help?
RDS will explode.
I don’t look for a huge return on this trade. If it’s a one-for-one, you’re not getting anything special. More likely draft picks involved. After all, we did give up a couple of picks with the Wisniewski deal. Unless there is another player from Montreal in the deal, but I think we would have heard that as well from RDS if there were more than one player leaving the Habs.
Either a player of equal value or several mid to low draft picks.
I’d trade him for a hockey stick and a puck
It sure as hell aint gonna hurt
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