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04-18-2006, 10:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Kimota
Well I don`t know how Gainey thinks but I`ll tell you something controversial: Huet played better than Brodeur tonight.

I didn't follow the full game (I was attending a skating course, so glad the Habs clinched yesterday !).

But it doesn't seem that controversial if you just look at the shots : 3/32 and 4/40 are almost even, and I read that at least 2 of NJ's goals were breakaways, as last game against the Devils. So it shouldn't be weak goals...

With those damned souls that Gionta and Gomez are, your D can't afford the slightest mistake...

If we later face them in the playoffs, we've got to slow them down. Maybe hit them hard as much as you can.
I know the Bruins tried it twice and got owned, but I don't see a good way to slow them down, as hooking should still be called in the playoffs...

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