Francis Bouillon

D / Montreal Canadiens / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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    • Ex-Canadien Bouillon Joins Swiss Club

      News: Francis Bouillon signed with Ambri-Piotta-NLA of Switzerland on Wednesday, TSN reports.
      Analysis: The soon-to-be-39-year-old Francis Bouillon figures to end his playing career in Europe after the Canadiens released him from his training camp tryout in October. Bouillon tallied two goals and six points over 52 games with the Habs last season.
    • Habs Release Bouillon

      News: The Canadiens released Francis Bouillon on Monday.
      Analysis: The veteran blueliner has never been much of an offensive threat, and after tallying just two goals and four assists in 52 games last season, it appears his NHL career may be over.
    • Canadiens' Bouillon Could Stick With Canadiens

      News: Francis Bouillon, who has been skating with the Canadiens during preseason, is competing for the final spot on defense with rookie Jarred Tinordi, the Montreal Gazette reports.
      Analysis: After the Canadiens sent Greg Pateryn down to Hamilton of the American Hockey League, it only leaves Francis Bouillon and Tinordi on the major league roster. Tinordi has had a rough camp, turning pucks over and taking stupid penalties. It might be best for him to take regular turns in the AHL while Bouillon becomes the seventh defenseman.
    • Free Agent Bouillon Skating With Montreal

      News: Francis Bouillon will skate with the Canadiens during training camp, the Montreal Gazette reports.
      Analysis: Francis Bouillon, who was with the Canadiens in 2013-14, was not signed in the offseason. If he makes the opening-night roster, it would be mean something has gone wrong with the development of younger defensemen like Nathan Beaulieu, Jarred Tinordi or Greg Pateryn.
    • Habs' Bouillon Scores OT Winner

      News: Francis Bouillon scored the game-winning goal in overtime in a 5-4 win over the Senators. The goal was Bouillon's first of the season and finished off a furious comeback that saw Montreal scored three times in the final four minutes of regulation.
      Analysis: Francis Bouillon, who recently returned to the active lineup because of Josh Gorges' hand injury, typically does not provide much fantasy value.
    • Habs' Bouillon To Play Wednesday

      News: Francis Bouillon will be in the starting lineup Wednesday night against the Bruins, Hockey Inside Out reports.
      Analysis: Francis Bouillon is re-entering the active roster after the Canadiens learned they'll be without Josh Gorges (broken hand) for at least a month.
    • Habs' Bouillon Struggling To Find Ice Time

      News: Francis Bouillon has appeared in only eight games since the New Year.
      Analysis: His appearance in the Habs' final game before the break last Saturday marked his first contest since Jan. 22, a span of two weeks without any ice time. At age 38, Francis Bouillon is on the downside of his career and probably won't settle into a regular role for the Canadiens barring an injury to another defenseman.
    • Habs' Bouillon To Be Active Saturday

      News: Francis Bouillon will be on the active roster for Saturday night's game in Nashville, the Montreal Gazette reports.
      Analysis: Francis Bouillon, who played a couple of seasons with the Predators, has appeared in only four of the last 16 games. He's likely to replace Douglas Murray.
    • Canadiens' Bouillon Playing Big Minutes

      News: Francis Bouillon had 21:22 of ice time Saturday night in a loss to the Sharks. The 38-year-old rear guard began the season averaging a bit more than 16 minutes per game, but that has increased to 18:18 over the past five.
      Analysis: With just two points in 11 games, it doesn't matter how much time on ice Francis Bouillon is getting. He doesn't offer much to fantasy owners.
    • Bouillon Skates For Habs

      News: Francis Bouillon (lower body) suited up and played 16:33 in Montreal's preseason win over New Jersey. He had an assist, blocked a shot and had two hits in the game.
      Analysis: Francis Bouillon, who was sidelined late last week with the injury, skated on the third defensive pairing with Jarred Tinordi.
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