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01-09-2009, 12:05 AM
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Anyone watched l'Anti Chambre tonight?

There was a pretty akward moment tonight!

They (Dave, Alain, Normand and Bertrand Raymond) were telling that Kovalev's goal wasn't good, because Kovalev wasn't supposed to be on the ice while Halak had not reach the bench. They had this discussion because they heard Pierre Houde saying that Kovalev was the extra attacker on the ice, but Pierre was wrong there was only five players on the ice when the Habs scored. So they did this "debate" on a false information.

It's pretty stupid to see that nobody in the station counted the number of players that were on the ice, just to make sure that they weren't loosing their time. Actually, Alain tried to count it but he was to lazy...Would have been funny if he had realized the mistake of "Pierre et Yvon"



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Par for the course really for these idiots. Can't say i'm surprised. RDS is becoming a joke more and more these days.

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Par for the course really for these idiots. Can't say i'm surprised. RDS is becoming a joke more and more these days.
I loved the way they began the show with "the Leafs-Habs rivalry doesn't exist in Quebec only in English Canada". This juicy observation from Bert Raymond. Stopped watching then.

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I watched L'anti once and stopped forever..

And those same guys are on CKAC also..

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I watched L'anti once and stopped forever..

And those same guys are on CKAC also..
Exactly.No more shows about the Habs on tv or radio,watch the games even if it's hard to do so on RDS but after that I watch something else non sports related!!

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There was a pretty akward moment tonight!

They (Dave, Alain, Normand and Bertrand Raymond) were telling that Kovalev's goal wasn't good, because Kovalev wasn't supposed to be on the ice while Halak had not reach the bench. They had this discussion because they heard Pierre Houde saying that Kovalev was the extra attacker on the ice, but Pierre was wrong there was only five players on the ice when the Habs scored. So they did this "debate" on a false information.

It's pretty stupid to see that nobody in the station counted the number of players that were on the ice, just to make sure that they weren't loosing their time. Actually, Alain tried to count it but he was to lazy...Would have been funny if he had realized the mistake of "Pierre et Yvon"


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who are these guys ?

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There was a pretty akward moment tonight!

They (Dave, Alain, Normand and Bertrand Raymond) were telling that Kovalev's goal wasn't good, because Kovalev wasn't supposed to be on the ice while Halak had not reach the bench. They had this discussion because they heard Pierre Houde saying that Kovalev was the extra attacker on the ice, but Pierre was wrong there was only five players on the ice when the Habs scored. So they did this "debate" on a false information.

It's pretty stupid to see that nobody in the station counted the number of players that were on the ice, just to make sure that they weren't loosing their time. Actually, Alain tried to count it but he was to lazy...Would have been funny if he had realized the mistake of "Pierre et Yvon"



http://www.rds.ca/video/visionneuse....tegory=&video=
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I saw the same thing and was screaming at the TV last night. Everyone in the house wanted to know who I was talking to since I was the only one in the room at the time!

What happened is that Kovy came on for Sergei. The Lang-Kost-Kost shift was coming to an end, but Andrei had the puck and was still on the ice. If you look closely at the view from the goalline shooting all the way up the ice, while Halak is skating to the bench, there is one player with one foot over the boards waiting to jump on once Halak got there. HE would have been the sixth attacker.

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I loved the way they began the show with "the Leafs-Habs rivalry doesn't exist in Quebec only in English Canada". This juicy observation from Bert Raymond. Stopped watching then.
Well, I wouldn't agree much with Bertrand Raymond, but he's probably right about that. Toronto stopped being a serious rival for Montréal about 40 years ago.

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I saw the same thing and was screaming at the TV last night. Everyone in the house wanted to know who I was talking to since I was the only one in the room at the time!

What happened is that Kovy came on for Sergei. The Lang-Kost-Kost shift was coming to an end, but Andrei had the puck and was still on the ice. If you look closely at the view from the goalline shooting all the way up the ice, while Halak is skating to the bench, there is one player with one foot over the boards waiting to jump on once Halak got there. HE would have been the sixth attacker.

RDS (or Pierre and Benoit) does the same kind of mistakes almost every game. Saying one thing while the replay clearly shows otherwise, it's getting ridiculous. What's worse is that no one from the production crew seems to be looking at the game cause they never correct them (or show the proper angle for that matter...)

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RDS (or Pierre and Benoit) does the same kind of mistakes almost every game. Saying one thing while the replay clearly shows otherwise, it's getting ridiculous. What's worse is that no one from the production crew seems to be looking at the game cause they never correct them (or show the proper angle for that matter...)
When you are working on a live production you realy dont have time to do anything else than being concentrated like hell on your precise task.

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Well, I wouldn't agree much with Bertrand Raymond, but he's probably right about that. Toronto stopped being a serious rival for Montréal about 40 years ago.
I'd have to agree with that. Boston is a hell of a lot more of a rivalry than Toronto is.

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The rivalry Montreal-Toronto died a long time ago, was replaced by the Montreal-Quebec rivalry in the 80's and at the beginning of the 90's. Then the Bruins established themselves as our biggest rivals since we've played them three times in the playoffs over the last few years. The Toronto-Ottawa rivalry is now bigger than the Montreal-Toronto's one. If it weren't for the Belarussians feud, we wouldn't even have this discussion.

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Well, I wouldn't agree much with Bertrand Raymond, but he's probably right about that. Toronto stopped being a serious rival for Montréal about 40 years ago.
I saw this, as the show opened, I was expecting Carbo's press conference. I agree with the premise but heseemed to be of the opinion that Quebec Anglos wanted this to be our big rivalry, and I either misunderstood what he was saying or don't know what the hell he means by that.

The rivavlry seems to be a HNIC promotion as much as anything, the 2 teams never seem to be good at the same time. If anything we whine about national exposure and want to stick it to the media as much as anything it seems. I find that teams that we've faced in the post season are the teams that you really want to beat.

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it's pretty annoying. I think frankly that whoever runs the "show" (and by show i mean french canadiens stuff) must have some kind of agenda...

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When you are working on a live production you realy dont have time to do anything else than being concentrated like hell on your precise task.
That's not exactly true. Bob Cole makes alotta mistakes and then is corrected by someone in the control centre and he corrects himself.

TSN you can see them correcting themselves probably someone on the headset feeding them.

This rarely happens on RDS. And it's not just with Brunet. You were getting thye same mistakes when Pedneault was there.

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That's not exactly true. Bob Cole makes alotta mistakes and then is corrected by someone in the control centre and he corrects himself.

TSN you can see them correcting themselves probably someone on the headset feeding them.

This rarely happens on RDS. And it's not just with Brunet. You were getting thye same mistakes when Pedneault was there.
I enjoy Miller/McGuire, esp. Miller because he isn't afraid to laugh at himself and draw attention to his or Pierre's mistakes, they happen, it's a fast moving game, have fun with it and move on.

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