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Habs lose to the Flyers 3-1
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01-09-2014, 09:15 AM
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Mtl., QC.
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Systems don't score goals, players do.
New Jersey had one of the most boring styles in the history of hockey and their cup year they were among the top scoring teams. In 05-06 Gionta scored 48 goals and 89 moints!
Blaming the "system" for guys like Bourque Gionta Eller Briere Bournival Gallagher not producing is moronic.
Boston plays a defensive boring style and they are scoring. The Habs played THE SAME SYSTEM last year and were 3rd in the NHL in scoring. Now suddenly the system doesn't work?
Playing Gionta, Bourque, etc that much is part of the system.
Benching Subban after he showed emotions, is part of the system. -We want to be lifeless-
Playing Bouillon on the PP is part of the system.
Having Galchenyuk, Eller, Gallagher having a down year is part of the system. -all our youngsters-
Having Briere with the most difficult starts amongts forward in corsi, is part of the system.
Having Emelin playing on his off side for so long, and never saw him made a hit since Therrien is with us, is part of the system.
Seeing Bournival sucking hard after a nice pre-season and loosing his confidence is part of the system.
Destroying two lines that were woking to fix 'pac-dd' is part of the system. Now we only have one worling line.
Having ansolutely no net presence in PP is part of the system.
No in game adjustments is part of the system.
Using dump and chase with undersize forward and asking them to play a grinding style is part of the system.
Pissing off Subban and telling **** publicly is part of the system.
Never use your timeout to change momentum/strategies, but only to relax your 4th line who made a 1000th icing call is part of the system.
Being 29th in goals scored in 5-on-5 is part of the system.
When your top offensive forward is on the 4th-5th page of the NHL, its part of your system.
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