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Final Grade: Chris Durno

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GP G A PTS +/- PIM ESG PPG SHG GWG SOG
2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

 

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Final Grade

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Midseason Grade: N/A

Final Grade: INC

Joined Team: Signed as a free agent, July 3, 2008

MHH Nicknames: N/A

Lines:

  • 4th (2)

Pos:

  • LW (2)

 

Linemates:

C:

  • Guite (2)

RW:

  • Willsie (2)

Ice Time:*

  • TOT 6:01 (21st)
  • EV 6:01 (21st)
  • PK 0:00 (21st)
  • PP 0:00 (21st)

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

Best Month: January (2gp)

Career Highlights: This season marked Durno's first appearance in an NHL game.

 

Report: Not really much to report here, as Durno had less minutes than any of the 36 players who played for the Avalanche last year. He played 7:42 in his first game and 4:21 in the second. Big guy. That's about all I've got.

Fun Fact: Along with Wes O'Neill, Durno was the tallest player to suit up for the Avalanche last season

The Chris Durno Drinking Game:  Drink when I come up with a Chris Durno drinking game  Drunk potential: Don't hold your breath

What I Said Last Year: N/A

2008 Salary (and Cap Number): $475K ($475K)

2009-2010 Status: Chris Durno

Outlook for 2009: Durno's one of several journeymen who appeared with the Avalanche last year who could end up pretty much anywhere next year - he's played with 5 AHL teams over the last 3 years. There's nothing to say he couldn't end up in Lake Erie again next year, but the Maple Leafs may already have dibs on him.

 

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