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04-13-2008, 12:35 AM
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Best Habs player so far in this series?

In your opinion, so far, who'S the best Habs player in this series?

My vote goes to Roman Hamrlik. Seriously, what a stud back there. +2 again last night and he even contributes physically and offensively. Our playoffs MVP so far...

HM to Price, Bégin, Kostopoulos, Smolinski, and Sergei Kostitsyn.

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04-13-2008, 12:36 AM
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IMO:

1. Hamrlik



2. Price
3. S. Kostitsyn

Hamrlik is a monster out there. Our best signing in a long time.

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Hamrlik, SKost and Kostopulous are really standing out to me.

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Yeah it's probably been Hamrlik.

Watching his body language though, and some of his stutter-steps here and there, I'm wondering if he's starting to wear down a bit. Gotta finish this series in 4, get some more rest.

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IMO:

1. Hamrlik



2. Price
3. S. Kostistyn

Hamrlik is a monster out there. Our best signing in a long time.
yeah, my thoughts exactly.

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04-13-2008, 12:37 AM
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Hamrlik,Price and Kostopoulos.I like the 4th line as a whole so far,they're really effective.

HM to S.Kost.

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04-13-2008, 12:41 AM
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Players who still need to get going:

Pleks, Komi, Markov, Kost sr, Kovy, Ryder, Streit

The players above haven't played to their potential. we're still up 2-0 though, they'll have their opportunity.

Look forward to Koivu's return, I really think he can spark something

My vote goes to Hammer, never has a bad shift, so solid

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04-13-2008, 12:47 AM
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Hammer

Kovy, SKost, Price, and (surprisingly) Kosto get honourable mentions

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hammer by far

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Players who still need to get going:

Pleks, Komi, Markov, Kost sr, Kovy, Ryder, Streit
I think Ryder and SKost have been very good. Komi is slow and ineffective, but I'm pretty sure he's not at full health.

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Players who still need to get going:

Pleks, Komi, Markov, Kost sr, Kovy, Ryder, Streit

The players above haven't played to their potential. we're still up 2-0 though, they'll have their opportunity.

Look forward to Koivu's return, I really think he can spark something

My vote goes to Hammer, never has a bad shift, so solid
I dont think Kovy needs to pick up his game. The reason that hes not that effective is because the Bruins gameplan is to watch Kovalev firmly. Plekanec and A. Kost should help him a little bit more.

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Hamrlik by far

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Hammer by Unanimous decision.

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I think Ryder and SKost have been very good. Komi is slow and ineffective, but I'm pretty sure he's not at full health.
that's Kost sr (senior) I had down young squire

and I still think Ryder can play better, he looked really good going into the playoffs, I still don't think he's playing to his full potential

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I dont think Kovy needs to pick up his game. The reason that hes not that effective is because the Bruins gameplan is to watch Kovalev firmly. Plekanec and A. Kost should help him a little bit more.
it's hard to make a clear assessment on Kovy. Last game they weren't on him as hard, and he was quite average this game. Although he did play better this game, I don't know, it's just not the playoff Kovy I'm used to. I know he can take it up another notch....I'll make a new list

players who are playing quite well, but who can certainly take things up another notch:

Ryder, Kovy, Kost senior, Higgins

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Chipchura?


















and Hamrlik.

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Hamr, Kostopoulos , Price , Breezer! yep , .. Billy .. Of course! could throw more hits tho

But my very 1st Choice is really Kostopoulos , wow !

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I dont think Kovy needs to pick up his game. The reason that hes not that effective is because the Bruins gameplan is to watch Kovalev firmly. Plekanec and A. Kost should help him a little bit more.
Agree, it's obvious the Bruins are keying on Kovy, it's up to Pleks and AKost to take the load off him on that line. If they start producing it will only open things up for Kovy. Don't forget about that beauty pass Kovy made to Kost for that breakaway attempt (Kost trying unsuccessfully for the 5 hole).

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Taken from the playoff beast and Pisani style player thread.

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Oh and Hamrlik will be a monster and score some clutch goals

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Getting back to the original question ...

Hammer, without a doubt. A great signing by Bob!

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Glad we dished out big bucks for da hammer. I still have a hard time believing that he used to be an offensive defenceman constantly in the minuses. Must be an impostor

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Hamrlik big time.. I just love that warrior!!

Then comes Price and S.Kostitsyn

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Hammer Price and S kost

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Glad we dished out big bucks for da hammer. I still have a hard time believing that he used to be an offensive defenceman constantly in the minuses. Must be an impostor
Well when he was a big offensive threat he was also a Brisebois in his own end. I'd take his steadiness and efficient transition game he's got now over his roaming offensive style to go with a nice -30.

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Hammer

Kovy, SKost, Price, and (surprisingly) Kosto get honourable mentions
I would take Kovy off that list. He's been alright, but missing open nets, and losing the puck alot more than normal. I can't wait to see him get it going again. Once he took that penalty, I told my roommates he'd score the winning goal. You don't want to piss this guy off, and I expect more from him next game.

Hammer Price S Kost Kosto easy.

Begin too, wow he's laid 2 awesome open ice hits in the two games.

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Kostopoulos should be up there with Skostitsyn. He's been tremendous.

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