Flyers have more depth - plain and simple
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05-01-2008, 10:25 AM
Join Date: Jul 2006
Originally Posted by
If you had watch the last games, you wouldn't say that the Flyers outplayed us.
It's been 4 years since the lockout, you can't talk about new NHL.
Of course, Komiserik, Hammerlick and O'Bryne are all small weak dwarfs...
If you knew what grit means, you wouldn't have included Sergei, Bouillon or even Higgins in your post.
I don't know why I answered this post since you're clearly a bitter fan who's only trying to stir ****.
I answered this post because I agree with the poster and, I call it the way I see it.
Goaltending has played a part in thi series, but the Habs sakters are not getting the joob done! Biron has stopped a lot of shots, but how many difficult shots? Habs don't have the grit to go hard to the net!
And Sir, I suggest you learn how to read!
state or imply that Komi, Hammer or O'Bryne were not big enough (fact is I
mention their names in my post -- did I?)!
I have not seen much "grit" from Sergei, Bouillon or Higgins and if they have shown grit -- the Flyers players have show more -- much more.
: where it has counted most
in this series
, -- in the corners, and in front of the 2 nets, the Flyers have indeed outplayed the Habs badly, which is why the Habs have fallen behind by 2 or more goals in each game of this series!
: Habs players have lost the physical battles and have been, for the most part,
taken off the puck the whole series.
If this series was about skating speed Habs would be leading this series!
Clearly, they are not!
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