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06-27-2008, 09:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Mike8 View Post
I'd say Montreal didn't have sufficient offense to put the team over the top to win.

And the team didn't have sufficient defense to shut down a rather unimpressive, albeit deep, group of Philly forwards.

And the team didn't have the goaltending that made the game-changing stops.

I don't think grit enters the equation. Montreal's not a gritty team. It won't be a gritty team if Holik is signed. And signing Holik because he's a better option than Smolinski isn't a justifiable reason to throw money at Holik--especially given that Chipchura can and ought to be taking Smolinski's spot anyhow.
The Philly offense was pretty neutralised they averaged like 25 shots a game, it's the goalies that crapped the bed.

The offense needed to score a few more garbage goals also, I think Lats can give you a ton of those 5 on 5 and especially on the PP.

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