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2012-13 Hamilton Bulldogs Player Stats

2012-13 Hamilton Bulldogs Player Stats
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2012-13 Bulldogs Game Results

2012-13 Bulldogs Game Results

DATE HOME AWAY  Oct. 13 Grand Rapids 3 Hamilton 4 SO Oct. 19 Hamilton 4 Toronto 1 Oct. 20 Toronto 5 Hamilton 0 Oct. 23 Rochester 3 Hamilton 1 Oct. 26 Hamilton 4 Toronto 5 OT Oct. 28 Hamilton 2 Abbotsford 1 Nov. 2 Rochester 3 Hamilton 2 SO Nov. 3 Hamilton 4 Rochester 3 […]

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Brendan Gallagher: A Diamond in the Rough

Brendan Gallagher: A Diamond in the Rough

In May of 2010, TSR (The Scouting Report) put out their final NHL Draft rankings before the upcoming draft; listing the top 100 players. Brendan Gallagher sat at 93rd on their list and this is what they wrote about him, “After exploding offensively during the regular season, Gallagher continued his excellent play and proved to […]

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10 Questions With: Bulldogs Kyle Hagel

10 Questions With: Bulldogs Kyle Hagel

On July 6th, 2012, Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin announced the signing of Hamilton native, Kyle Hagel to a one-year AHL contract. Hagel previously played for Rochester, Rockford and Peoria of the AHL before heading back to his hometown. I was able to catch up with Kyle and ask him a few questions: Q1. Favourite […]

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Game Notes From The Dog Pound: Griffins 5 Bulldogs 1

Game Notes From The Dog Pound: Griffins 5 Bulldogs 1

Here are some comments and observations from the Bulldogs vs. Griffins game at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton on Feb. 1. Will the real Ceddy please come home? After breaking a 0-9-2 streak just before the All-Star break, Ceddy came back with another rough outing. Just 1 minute and 22 seconds into the game, the very […]

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Les “Glorieux” Once Again Becoming Glorious

Les “Glorieux” Once Again Becoming Glorious

The Montréal Canadiens finished 15th in the Eastern conference last season. During their horrible season, there was however, one huge glowing point. It came on March 29th 2012, the day Pierre Gauthier was fired as general manager of  Les Glorieux. Geoff Molson, and more importantly, the fans of the Canadiens had seen more than enough […]

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Carey Price Deserves Better Than the Montreal Canadiens

It is needless to say that Carey Price is on a team that simply does not capitalize on his abilities. The Habs are on the verge of missing the playoffs for the third straight year. And while the injuries and bad calls are valid excuses for their current losing streak, there are plenty of errors […]

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