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Habs ship Latendresse to Wild for Puliot

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Eva looks stupid right now... :siren:

Says the guy who has now upped this thread 3 times in a desperate attempt to call out a person who he will most likely never meet or have any effect on his life...

Eva was arrogant, but it is a ******* forum. Let it go. Cool points online does not get you cool points in the real world.

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Says the guy who has now upped this thread 3 times in a desperate attempt to call out a person who he will most likely never meet or have any effect on his life...

Eva was arrogant, but it is a ******* forum. Let it go. Cool points online does not get you cool points in the real world.

Who cares about the real world? Real world is overatted, a joke. Internet is where it all happens nowadays.

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Says the guy who has now upped this thread 3 times in a desperate attempt to call out a person who he will most likely never meet or have any effect on his life...

Eva IS arrogant, but it is a ******* forum. Let it go. Cool points online does not get you cool points in the real world.

Fixed

BTW you are 100% right

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From TSN :

Interesting way to report this by resurrecting a thread from months ago...

As long as he plays for them like he did after the trade and not like he did for Mon, should be a good deal, but they were smart to only make it 2 years...

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Uh-oh; from TSN:

Guillaume Latendresse is quite happy in Minnesota, thank you. But the big winger, whose talent blossomed when he left the Canadiens for the Wild last year, doesn't rule out an eventual return to Montreal.

"Maybe when I'm older," the Ste-Catherine, Que., native said Sunday as the Wild prepared to face the Canadiens in an NHL pre-season game. "At 27 or 28, that would be better for me.

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