Danis will back up theodore

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    Huet tore his ACL training out in june and will be out for the start of the season after his surgery... That puts Montreal on a very thin line as far as goaltender is concerned...

    That leaves us with Theo, Danis and Michaud!!! Ouch!
     
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    I doesn't matter because the Oilers will be supplying Hamilton with a goalie, so that goalie can play most of the games early in the season with Michaud backing up. Or they could sign a guy like Phil Sauve.
     
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    you forgot Halak
     
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    my guess is they'll bring michaud up, because hey - whoever the back up is - he's not going to play. why bring halak up for an extended period of time when he could be playing games.
     
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    He will have the chance to play for sure. Huet won't be back before Novembre.
    There is at least 2 starts there for the #2G.

    I would bring in Danis. This way he could get some NHL experience and pratice with NHL staff. This could be very good for him. I do not think he his 100% ready for a #2 spot, but I seriously think a little trip with the Habs will help him out and make him ready if there's another injury in the season, or for 2006-2007.
     
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