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11-20-2008, 09:39 PM
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Carbo needs to put Plek and Kovy together with AKost.

We miss Komisarek.

Sens like to dive a lot.

Kostopoulos is Nonstopoulos.
I completely disagree on your first point. I don't want to see Akost and Kovy back together...ever...again.

Akost is about to break out and get all sick nasty on us, and I can't wait. Putting him back with Kovalev is like teasing him by bringing him out of purgatory only to chuck him back in a few days later.

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Price giveth, and Price taketh away. Chapeau to the kid, he came through BIG after handing the Sens the lead.
from the replays they showed it looked like he had it under his blocker, the play could easily have been stopped, not sure why they let it continue.

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So, how how are we going to pay them refs? With cash or a check?

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I never thought i would say this but if Begin plays like he did tonight, he deserve his spot on the 4th line. Thats without taking dumb penalties of course.

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Carbo reads this board.

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I thought this was one of the better defensive games that they've played all season. They didn't give up a lot of high quality scoring chances to the Sens. They'll need to keep playing these tight games until they can figure out how to generate a lot of scoring chances again.

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Begin was a monster and I lol'ed at all of the Habs shooters in the shootout going backhand - especially Tanguay with the extended backhand read.

Auld "There's no way he's going backhand everyone else went backhand I know he's going to pull foreha-oh crap, he went backhand."


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Kovalev looked totally disinterested.
Begin was great on the 4th line.
Markov's goal seemed to wake him up.
Price with a sick save against Ruutu/

Pleks was pretty bad.
Officiating was bad.

Tanguay is awesome on the SO. He should always be among the first 3 shooters.

That being said this wasn't a convincing win.

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Small Tit did good tonight. He deserved to play with better linemates. Bégin was a beast. I love Koivu-Tanguay combo. Just love it. And Price must be one of the best goalies in SO, save percentage-wise. Wow. The guy looks intimidating.

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11-20-2008, 09:43 PM
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Auld "There's no way he's going backhand everyone else went backhand I know he's going to pull foreha-oh crap, he went backhand."
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Tanguay had the weirdest shootout move i've even seen.

I was like "no way he's gonna score.. SCORE!!!"

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One thing for sure: Plekanec has looked "like a girl" (pardon the pun) since last year's playoffs. He has zilch confidence. He looks like Oleg Petrov on one leg.

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I'd still like to see Andrei with Koivu and Tanguay, I'm just dying to see what it looks like. Andrei has never played with Saku since he's been with the organization.

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I never thought i would say this but if Begin plays like he did tonight, he deserve his spot on the 4th line. Thats without taking dumb penalties of course.
Good thing is, he ALWAYS play like that against the Bruins. Carbo was definitely getting him in game shape these past few games for saturday night!

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That was great!!!
a wins a win, no matter how much its by, so stop saying it was an ugly win. you guys are dumb.

Habs won, be happy. and Tonight our players actually looked like they had heart out there.

Star Player: Carey Price
- Amazing glove save in the shootouts, Game saver!

Tanguay:
Great backhand!

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Michel Bergeron on the antichambre went amok over the goal refused to the sens ..... pathetic.

You can't take the Nordiques out of him.

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Michel Bergeron on the antichambre went amok over the goal refused to the sens ..... pathetic.

You can't take the Nordiques out of him.

I Agreed that it was a goal though IMO... Very controversial call... Gorges barely touched the puck.



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Michel Bergeron on the antichambre went amok over the goal refused to the sens ..... pathetic.

You can't take the Nordiques out of him.
Stop watching RDS... watch sport central!

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I'll echo my thoughts from the st louis game

This game didn't feel like a turning point. It looks like the habs are still in for tough sledding. I'm looking for some good habits to be instilled into this team and I dont see much improvement in that regard.

Thank god we got to play the sens a couple of times during this stretch.

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I Agreed that it was a goal though IMO... Very controversial call... Gorges barely touched the puck.



I almost feel like saying "barely touched" is an over-statement. How that goal got called back is completely beyond me. Not complaining though!!

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I am surprised that yet no one mention how great Koivu was tonight . And let say that comming from me , that means a lot

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Stop watching RDS... watch sport central!
Same crap.

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I really don't know why goalies don't study previous shootouts a bit more, I could tell you exactly what Kovalev, Koviu, Markov and Ruutu were gonna do before they did it.

I thought the Habs actually played pretty well, dominated for pretty good stretches in the late 1st and 3rd.

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I'll echo my thoughts from the st louis game

This game didn't feel like a turning point. It looks like the habs are still in for tough sledding. I'm looking for some good habits to be instilled into this team and I dont see much improvement in that regard.

Thank god we got to play the sens a couple of times during this stretch.
Well 1 game is not gonna mean a turning point, if it did we would have been great after the last time we beat the sens. But a wins a win and this is as good a game as any to build off of, ya gotta start somewhere.

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from the replays they showed it looked like he had it under his blocker, the play could easily have been stopped, not sure why they let it continue.
If Price looked like he knew where the puck was then it probably would have been stopped.

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