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Final Grade: Philippe Dupuis

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GP G A PTS +/- PIM ESG PPG SHG GWG SOG
8 0 0 0 -1 4 0 0 0 0 11

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Final Grade

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Midseason Grade: INC

Final Grade: INC

Joined Team: Acquired with Darcy Campbell from Columbus for Mark Rycroft, January 22nd, 2008

MHH Nicknames: N/A

Lines:

  • 4th (8)

Pos:

  • C (5)
  • RW (2)
  • LW (1)

Linemates:

LW:

  • Tucker (5)
  • McLeod (2)

C:

  • Willsie (1)
  • Guite (1)
  • Hensick (1)

RW:

  • Willsie (3)
  • McCormick (3)

Ice Time:*

  • TOT 9:33 (18th)
  • EV 9:30 (18th)
  • PK :01 (18th)
  • PP :01 (18th)

*Rank is based on total minutes, not average per game.

Best Month: January (5 gp, 0 points)

Career Highlights: Dupuis made his NHL debut this season

Report: Philippe Hendricks Durno Dupuis kind of blends in with all the other limited-duty call-ups we saw for the Avalanche this year. He appeared to be a solid, 4th-line option with one added bonus - a 52% sucess rate in the faceoff circle. Sure, that's in only 50 attempts, but beggars can't be choosers.

Fun Fact: Although there was a long debate here about the subject, Dupuis is apparently not related to fellow Laval native Pascal Dupuis

The Philippe Dupuis Drinking Game: Drink every time I spell his name "Phillipe" Drunk potential: High

What I Said Last Year: N/A

2008 Salary (and Cap Number): $522K ($522K)

2009-2010 Status: RFA ($574 QO)

Outlook for 2009: Darcy Campbell has moved on, leaving Dupuis as the only asset left from the Mark Rycroft trade. Not that that really counts for anything, of course. I assume Dupuis will be back with Lake Erie next year (he led the team in scoring), with the possibility of a call-up to the NHL if the Avalanche run into injuries again.

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