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06-14-2009, 04:39 PM
Melvin Udall
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Originally Posted by Teufelsdreck View Post
The rise of a young dynasty like the Penguins can thwart the Habs' chances for a Cup for many years. However, fate may intervene some day to alter the picture. A crucial development in the Habs' eventual Cup win in 1993 occurred when the Islanders upset a Pittsburgh team that featured future HOF players: Lemieux, Jagr, Ron Francis, Larry Murphy, Joe Mullen, and Bryan Trottier. Maybe another Isles team (or another underdog) can pull a similar upset in the future and Carey Price can duplicate Patrick Roy's blaze of glory. At least I can dream about it.

Ya, nice part about dreaming doesn't cost you anything!

You were right about the underdog Habs winning a Cup that they were not supposed to - another team (Isles) upset (one of) the favourites -and Habs took advantage of it. Good for them!

Price & this edition of the Habs, have difficulty winnig a series, let alone a Cup!
Their next big step would be to win 2 series - in the same playoff year.

Fact is - in Gainey's 6 years at the helm, the Hbas have won a grand total of 2 playoff series - total!

Although, according to some HF Board members, that's just a case of bad luck and too many injuries ( other team has injuries).

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