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03-17-2009, 04:28 PM
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Lone Rogue
 
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Whitesnake. I'm not going to quote anything you said, because you missed answering the most pivotal question as to why Huet wouldn't have helped in the Philly series:

We lost 4-2 in Game two. Was Huet going to stop 3 less goals than Price, or was he going to somehow rile the team up and get them to score 3 more goals to win the game?

We lost 3-2 in Game three, definitely not Price's best. Was Huet going to stop 2 less goals than Price, or was he going to somehow rile the team up and get them to score 2 more goals to win the game?

We lost 6-4 in Game five, where Price actually didn't play that badly compared to the other games. Was Huet going to stop 2 less goals than Price, or was he going to somehow rile the team up and get them to score 2 more goals to win the game? The final Philly goal was an empty netter.

Montreal couldn't beat Biron. It didn't matter if it was Huet, Price or Halak in the net. We couldn't beat the other teams goalie. That's my argument to this from the very start. Huet wasn't going to make a difference.

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