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04-12-2004, 12:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Blind Gardien
Sorry, Langdon has no effect whatsoever on Lapointe. Lapointe will play his game, take a regular shift, lay on the body, crash the net, and there is nothing that Langdon can do or say about it. Lapointe is a quality hockey player. Langdon is a goon on the bench. A nice goon. A goon we like as a person. Great. But that doesn't mean anything to Lapointe.
I disagree, Langdon was on the ice for 2 minutes and he got in Lapointe's face and if you noticed, Lapointe did not play his regular game after that and nobody took any runs or cheap shots at Montreal... in fact it was Montreal who played the body.

But I still think Perreault has to be in there next game because of Raycroft. We should have had many more goals in this one and are just lucky they hit two goalposts. Theo has been shaky too, we need more goals. Also, Perreault will win faceoffs and give us more possession time, then he can shift to the wing (hopefully away from Gonchar).

That is my hope!

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