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03-16-2013, 09:34 PM
Et le But
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Originally Posted by SouthernHab View Post
My point is that you can go down the list of every Canadiens player tonight and find something that each one did wrong or poorly.

It just seems petty to do so when we win though. Just my opinion.
Well, I think it's fair to point out who had a good or bad overall game. Subban made some ugly errors, and also was flat our dominant at times. Desharnais was below average for 2/3rds of the game, but picked it up at the end and had a great FO game. Eller had something of the opposite.

Emelin and Markov had below average games. Pacioretty and Gallagher did too. It happens. I wrote one sentence about it, if I was actually concerned or angry with them I'd have expanded my point.

Originally Posted by Hackett View Post
I didn't think Emelin or Markov were distinctly bad, to be honest.
Markov's slowness was a problem at times. Emelin was the better of the two. Neither was particularly stand out bad, but the Devils dominated play to a significant level when they were on. On the other hand Subban made more noticable errors, but they were noticable because Subban had the puck so much.

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