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12-04-2008, 08:39 PM
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PGT: Canadiens dominate from start to finish, beat Rangers 6-2

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Matt D'Agostini is the best player in the NHL

Not really, but he's doing really well

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We needed a good old beating....too bad for the rags but they were our Bitc##s tonight

great game all around

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I guess it's time to say this.... We're back!

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Hey... where is the slumping team?

And seriously, not to rain on our wedding day but... where was Kovalev?

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Hey... where is the slumping team?

And seriously, not to rain on our wedding day but... where was Kovalev?
Doing all the spadework on the 5th goal.

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This game reminded me of last year's team. Good stuff, all around.

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Hey... where is the slumping team?

And seriously, not to rain on our wedding day but... where was Kovalev?
He wasn't dominant but he made a sick pass on the 5th goal and didn't cause too many turn overs.

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I don't think there was one player who had a bad game tonight on the Habs..

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Is there any dout left that we do have depth? very good depth?

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very proud of the guys tonight

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That was either the best game the Habs played all year or the Rangers were just that bad, not sure which one it is.

D'Ags is playing to stay.. Gainey will need to make a trade if he stays up.

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Awsomeness.

When our forwards are skating, I have trouble seeing anyone in the East beating us.

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Plus:

- 4th line
- Price
- Kostitsyn
- D'Agostini
- Koivu
- Markov
- Lang
- Hamrlik
- Gorges
- etc.

Neutral:

- Kovalev
- Dandenault

Minus:

- Brisebois
- Bouillon

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Nice bounce back after that horror show against the Thrashers. The team looked pretty solid top to bottom, and didn't falter in the 3rd period, like they sometimes do.

Great game.

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Very good game tonight...Good wheels, good defensive zone coverage. Congrats to Lapierre on the Gordie Howe Hat Trick. D'Agostini is making things interesting for our lineup. Glad to see him stepping up as I have been following him for a long time. Go Habs Go!

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Maybe the habs are starting to get out of their funk, 3 wins in a row.

Glad BGL got his first points as a Hab, and played a good game.

And wow, D'Agostini, very impressive. Koivu-A Kost and Dags maybe this year's Plekanec-A Kost-Kovalev?

Random thought: Begin would do well in short track speed skating

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That was either the best game the Habs played all year or the Rangers were just that bad, not sure which one it is.

D'Ags is playing to stay.. Gainey will need to make a trade if he stays up.
Maybe having D'Agostini up will give Bob the confidence and depth to make a big move

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I think a game like this can kind of kill the haters around Montreal, there was a really good feeling about this win tonight and I think this team is about to really turn the corner.

The team looks like a unit right now, and I think one of the biggest positives from this game is that there are no negatives.

The chemistry is evident right now, the team looks great and I guarantee feels good about themselves. I'm a firm believer in look good, feel good, play good, and the team has a smug, confident approach right now. The mobbing of Price and the body check threw by Gorges on price is absolutely amazing to see. This is a very dangerous team and I think people are going to start to realize that. Only minor moves (maybe a 4th d-man) should be made.

As for players, I think I really like these lines. D-Ago has been very impressive, especially with A-Kost and Koivu. He should stay there for at least the rest of this homestand.

We showed we can get going without Kovalev, and I have a strong feeling he's going to be there when it counts. I'm not too upset about a "slumping" Kovalev who is second in the team in points. It's frustrating to see his mistakes, but I can live with them when their in the first half of the season.

Very impressive performance tonight, against one of the better teams and goalies in the East.

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Domination from start to finish. We were all over them with our speed and they couldn't handle it.

D'Agostini looks wicked awesome. That line is SO dangerous and it will only get better.

3 straight wins.

4 out of 5.

5 games out of 6 with 3 goals or more.

Is the slump over?

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Plus:

- 4th line
- Price
- Kostitsyn
- D'Agostini
- Koivu
- Markov
- Lang
- Hamrlik
- Gorges
- etc.

Neutral:

- Kovalev
- Dandenault

Minus:

- Brisebois
- Bouillon
Care to elaborate?

Or just the usual Brisebois bashing for no reason other than "it's cool."

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Just watched the Dago interview on CBC...the kid is so professional, so poised, so calm. Cant say enough about this kid. I love the type of players we are getting in this organization!

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Plus:

- 4th line
- Price
- Kostitsyn
- D'Agostini
- Koivu
- Markov
- Lang
- Hamrlik
- Gorges
- etc.

Neutral:

- Kovalev
- Dandenault

Minus:

- Brisebois
- Bouillon

Pathetic.
This was an awesome win and we shouldn't have one single negative point to mention tonight.

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Is the slump over?
Yes.

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