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05-02-2008, 09:07 AM
Melvin Udall
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Originally Posted by Joe Cole View Post
To think now, after 82 games of regular season, and 12 of post season, that all of a sudden, we are going to start doing things that we have never done is simply foolish.

What brought the Habs his far?

It wasn't guys standing in front of the net.
It wasn't goalie's stealing games for us.

It was the powerplay.

If we are not winning... it isn't because of things we have NEVER done.... it is the things we always did, and now cannot seem to do as well.

Jesus... it's as if everyone has memory loss.
I agree. It's a bit late to start changing the team's playing style for this playoff year. And yes, you go with the players and the game style that got you there!

The reality is, the Habs have not been a good team 5 on 5 and you cannot rely on the pp to win games all the time!

But, for the future, to become a more effective team, the Habs as an organization may have to start drafting differently and Carbo may have to change (at least somewhat) his approach to coaching if the Habs are to get to the "next level" in the playoffs!

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