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Habs Future Status

Montreal Canadiens and the Hamilton Bulldogs have been in business since 2002 and the Bulldogs have created many great players like Tomas Plekanec, Carey Price, Dan Cleary, Jaroslav Halak, Chris Higgins and Mike Ribeiro. The franchise has helped the Canadiens this year by getting players like Pacioretty, Desharnais, White, Subban, Weber ready for their NHL careers. The Bulldogs also have many more rookies like Brendon Nash, Aaron Palushaj and Andreas Engqvist who have had a couple games up with the big team and have showed their fair share of what they can do. I believe that the Habs have a decent amount of good prospects without having to rebuild, instead have been playoff contenders for the last decade or so. Many of the players listed below will be looking to try and crack the Hamilton Bulldogs lineup in the next year with many of the present Bulldog players will be or are playing with the Montreal Canadiens.

Centers
Michaël BournivalShawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL)
Mike CichyUniversity of North Dakota (NCAA)
Andreas EngqvistHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Olivier FortierHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Louis LeblancMontréal Juniors (QMJHL)
Joonas NättinenHPK Hämeenlinna (Finland)
Ryan RussellHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Dustin WalshDartmouth College (NCAA)
Left Wingers
Alain BergerOshawa Generals (OHL)
Hunter BishopHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Patrick JohnsonUniversity of Wisconsin (NCAA)
Philippe LefebvreMontréal Juniors (QMJHL)
Dany MasséHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Brock TrotterDinamo Riga (KHL)
John WestinMODO Hockey (Sweden)
Paul ZanetteHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Right Wingers
Alexander AvtsinHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Gabriel DumontHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Brendan GallagherVancouver Giants (WHL)
Danny KristoUniversity of North Dakota (NCAA)
Mark MacMillanPenticton Vees (BCHL)
Aaron PalushajHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Steve QuailerNortheastern University (NCAA)
Ian SchultzHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Maxim TrunevSeverstal Cherepovets (Russia)
J.T. WymanHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Defensemen
Mac BennettUniversity of Michigan (NCAA)
Sébastien BisaillonHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Mathieu CarleHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Morgan EllisCape Breton Screaming Eagles (QMJHL)
Alexei EmelinAk Bars Kazan (Russia)
Scott KishelUniversity of Minnesota Duluth (NCAA)
Kyle KlubertanzHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Konstantin KorneevAk Bars Kazan (Russia)
Brendon NashHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Greg PaterynUniversity of Michigan (NCAA)
Neil PetruicHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Frédéric St-DenisHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Joe StejskalHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Jarred TinordiLondon Knights (OHL)
David UrquhartHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Goaltenders
Peter DelmasWheeling Nailers (ECHL)
Robert MayerHamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Karri RämöAvangard Omsk (Russia)
Petteri SimilaKiekko-Laser (Finland)
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2 thoughts on “Habs Future Status

  1. Just for the record, Montréal/Hamilton association only started in 2002, so Dan Cleary was developed for the Edmonton Oilers,

    also Mark Streit never played for them and Mike Ribeiro only 3 games…

    BTW, nice pimpage for that habs prospects website.

    Posted by joshmiz77 | April 19, 2011, 4:58 am

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