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05-04-2008, 05:17 PM
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And we don't miss Huet... whats your point??
Some of us do, in fact, I bet you a lot of Habs fans do, don't be such a Price fanboy.

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05-04-2008, 05:18 PM
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And we don't miss Huet... whats your point??
If we still had Huet he would have started most games after Price fell apart. The only reason Price got so many games is because the only other option was Halak who really deserved more starts aswell.

We lost a top tier goalie and cut our playoff run short for a 2nd round pick that will go into a system already stuffed with talent.

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05-04-2008, 05:18 PM
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SK74 was a 7th rounder.

LOL So Bob shoulda got a 7th instead?

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05-04-2008, 05:20 PM
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And the last time that happened was in 2005-06. April 1st 2006 to be more precise. Oh and by the way, Price had a better winning percentage against the Bruins than Huet.
Huet let in 8 goals in 5 games against the Bruins. Price let in 10 goals in 4 games against the Bruins. Huet has the better stats.

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05-04-2008, 05:21 PM
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If we still had Huet he would have started most games after Price fell apart. The only reason Price got so many games is because the only other option was Halak who really deserved more starts aswell.

We lost a top tier goalie and cut our playoff run short for a 2nd round pick that will go into a system already stuffed with talent.
There is no proof we finish 1st, or even make the second round with Huet.... you people forget that we were 5th when he was traded.

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05-04-2008, 05:21 PM
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Why don't some of you go over to the Caps board and ask them who got the better end of this deal?
Hmmm. They had him for 6 weeks and he can go anywhere he wants to. What do the Caps have now. Huet's good will? They coulda signed him anyway in July

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05-04-2008, 05:22 PM
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Huet let in 8 goals in 5 games against the Bruins. Price let in 10 goals in 4 games against the Bruins. Huet has the better stats.
Yeah but but Huet is older and never won a playoffs seriess b4 har har! /thread

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Huet would have probably won you the series against Philly, like it or not.

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05-04-2008, 05:24 PM
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If we still had Huet he would have started most games after Price fell apart. The only reason Price got so many games is because the only other option was Halak who really deserved more starts aswell.

We lost a top tier goalie and cut our playoff run short for a 2nd round pick that will go into a system already stuffed with talent.
SOOOOOO . . . . . Huet lost against Philly but woulda won with us even though we weren't scoring goals????? Hmmmm. That is pretty convoluted thinking.

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05-04-2008, 05:25 PM
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Yeah but but Huet is older and never won a playoffs seriess b4 har har! /thread
Lol

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Huet would have probably won you the series against Philly, like it or not.
Maybe Huet woulda won the series for you. Why didn't you offer us a second round pick?

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05-04-2008, 05:27 PM
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There is no proof we finish 1st, or even make the second round with Huet.... you people forget that we were 5th when he was traded.
Yeah he was 21-12-6 when he was traded and Washington was what somewhere in the teens?

No there is no proof but there is common sense. Price played like ass simple as that. He made some amazing saves but let in big piles of goals and put us down 2-3 goals every game against the flyers! (except the last)

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Huet is 5 and 8 career in the playoffs. Price is 5 and 6

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SOOOOOO . . . . . Huet lost against Philly but woulda won with us even though we weren't scoring goals????? Hmmmm. That is pretty convoluted thinking.
Huet took them to GAME 7 OVERTIME and then they took a penalty and got beat! Thats a little more respectable than barely making 5 games.

People really can't get this stuff through their head hey?

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SOOOOOO . . . . . Huet lost against Philly but woulda won with us even though we weren't scoring goals????? Hmmmm. That is pretty convoluted thinking.
If Philly had played the Habs the way they played versus the Caps, they would have beat the Habs 4-0 and each game about 6-3 or 7-3 I feel. They were getting so many 2 on 0s and were crashing the net hard in the Caps series. They didn't crash the net much versus the Habs as they did versus the Caps. I wonder if fatigue played a factor because of their physical 7 game series with the Caps.

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Yeah he was 21-12-6 when he was traded and Washington was what somewhere in the teens?

No there is no proof but there is common sense. Price played like ass simple as that. He made some amazing saves but let in big piles of goals and put us down 2-3 goals every game against the flyers! (except the last)
We had 4-5 chances to pass the sens before Huet was traded... he played like ass and choked every time. /thread.

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05-04-2008, 05:32 PM
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We had 4-5 chances to pass the sens before Huet was traded... he played like ass and choked every time. /thread.
We scored so few goals when Huet played versus the Sens. Price let in 3-6 goals and got the win. Not to mention that the Sens were slumping badly when Price beat them. Huet would have won too with that type of goal scoring support.

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05-04-2008, 05:33 PM
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We had 4-5 chances to pass the sens before Huet was traded... he played like ass and choked every time. /thread.
There is more than just a goalie on a team. /your rhetoric

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05-04-2008, 05:39 PM
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There is no proof we finish 1st, or even make the second round with Huet.... you people forget that we were 5th when he was traded.
Indeed. People around here have very short memories and it makes me laugh. I have no issue with playing Price and the experience he gained will be invaluable for future years.

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Huet would have probably won you the series against Philly, like it or not.
How can you say that? He didnt even beat the Caps!

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Huet took them to GAME 7 OVERTIME and then they took a penalty and got beat! Thats a little more respectable than barely making 5 games.

People really can't get this stuff through their head hey?
Great logic if you really think goaltending decided that Caps series. I guess AO, green, Semin and the guys just kinda watched Huet

Huet and Price have almost the same amount of games playoff experience. Both have won 5 games. Huet is 5 and 8 while Price is 5 and 6. Price has 2 shutouts. Huet allowed two goals or more in all of the 7 against Philly

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For the most part I don't believe goaltending was the problem for the Habs in the playoffs. They couldn't score. Scoring 3 or fewer goals didn't get the Habs many wins in the regular season, and that trend obviously carried over into the playoffs.

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We scored so few goals when Huet played versus the Sens. Price let in 3-6 goals and got the win. Not to mention that the Sens were slumping badly when Price beat them. Huet would have won too with that type of goal scoring support.
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There is more than just a goalie on a team. /your rhetoric
We were down 3-0 in the first freaking 3 minutes with Huet in net. 4 shots, 3 goals... and the one save was where he gave up a brutal rebound that lead directly to the goal.

Price Shutout the Sens 3-0....

But lets not let the facts get in the way of you two.

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If Philly had played the Habs the way they played versus the Caps, they would have beat the Habs 4-0 and each game about 6-3 or 7-3 I feel. They were getting so many 2 on 0s and were crashing the net hard in the Caps series. They didn't crash the net much versus the Habs as they did versus the Caps. I wonder if fatigue played a factor because of their physical 7 game series with the Caps.
LOL Why not stick with reality. We traded Huet. He went to Washington.He Played the flyers and lost. There is nothing in his resume that comes close to proving he would have done better with a Montreal Philly matchup.

Conjecture is great. Until somebody builds a time machine, that is all it is

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Huet would have probably won you the series against Philly, like it or not.
Or not, like it or not.

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