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10-25-2003, 05:24 PM
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Originally Posted by PrairieHabber
I agree. You have to play a really smart game to beat the Sens, and that includes keeping the penalties down. It seems like the defensive system works perfectly when the Habs have a lead but has a difficult time compensating when the team is trailing. I guess that isn't a surprise.
agreed....the defensive system like a trap seems to work best when the habs have a lead.....when they are playing catch up hockey, the whole system is taken out of place and it is run and gun hockey....a style of hockey that the habs dont want to get caught in, especially with a powerhouse in Ottawa. The key for the habs is to get a lead, then we can play our defensive system

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