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04-19-2006, 08:19 AM
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Originally Posted by habfan4
Any of you goalie controversy types care to explain which one of the goals last night was completely Huet's fault?

1. Gionta - The gloved pass to himself goal (should that even have counted?)
2. Gionta (PP) - Markov and/or Komisarek missed their coverage and Gionta was again left alone in front.
3. Elias - Was that everyone's favourite 7th d-man The Cube getting undressed trying to play the puck?
4. Langenbrunner - A Rivet created 3 on 1 where Huet got caught cheating on the passing play. (Which despite what TSN blowhard Pierre McGuire says does not mean that "the book is out on Huet")

I'm convinced, let's pull the guy who got the Habs into the playoffs in the first place, never mind that the defence in front of him collapsed last night.
I'm not a "goalie controvesy" advocate but I do have an opinion on the goals that I saw.

I think Elias' shot was a flutterer that he fanned on so it was tough for Huet to pickup. The only one I really fault him on is the Langebrunner one...short side to the glove...has to be stopped. Other than that I don't fault Huet.


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