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04-20-2009, 01:56 PM
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Originally Posted by big_habs_fan View Post
Regardless of who starts, who's in, who's out, etc... the Habs won't win a game until they start to execute the 'simple' plays - how many times have one of the Habs had the puck on their stick 5 feet within either side of their blueline and been unable to move it to another teamate or deep into the Bruins' zone? I couldn't believe how often that happened last game. It's simple execution that takes 5 guys working on the ice TOGETHER. Let's hope they have figured that out and EXECUTE!

And enough of trying to show that there as tough as the Bruins - play to your strength - speed, speed, speed. Enough is enough, Tanguay - Koivu - Kovalev first line.

Go Habs Go.

They just don't win enough battles as a team. Each guy should aim to win that puck every time they get into a battle for it. Personally I don't see enough desire from all of our guys, and that's what it takes to win in a sport like this.

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