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10-22-2006, 10:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Strazzobosco View Post
Well, Samsonov's nor Kovalev's goals were or game tieing or game winning goal; I think that's when those two really celebrate. Other times, yeah its more like "well, at least we won't be embarassed" type of celebration.
I agree, and it's one of the reasons why Rivet celebrated so much when he scored..he thought it might be the winning goal...little did he know the Habs were just getting started.

Sammy cracked a smile at Kovy right after, but he soon changed it to "let's get back to business" look. I don't think he's totally satisfied with his start either, and I got the impression that he's a little self conscious about it and wants to impress the fans positively, and that would include not overly celebrating a goal that still meant his team was trailing in the game.

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