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01-11-2009, 05:49 PM
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Kovalev 54 points away from top 50!

Was looking over top 50 Habs scorers of all time(some of you might be surprised to see R. Houle at 33 with 408 points) and noticed that sitting in the 50th spot is good ole Mr. October Brian Savage. He is sitting with 285 points, to Kovalevs 231.

I hope he gets to finish in the top 50, so that Andrei and Sergei can take his spot one day

http://ourhistory.canadiens.com/stat...ts_type=career

Markov is also sitting pretty 48th on the list!!! By years end, I think he can take down Recchi and be 41st! GO MARKOV GO

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Didn't realize that. Interesting stat. Don't think Kovy will get to top 50 this season.

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Larry Robinson's career plus/minus

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iirc he has the best one of all time, and it's like nearly twice Gretzky's which is iiiiinsane.

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#1 of all time

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Koivu 10 points away from passing Mr. Elmer Lach as 4th highest scoring center in Habs history. But he won't get any higher, as he will then be 212 points behind Lemaire, and I don't think Koivu gets to 800 points.

When he gets to 1006 games plated, Brisebois will stand 5th in Habs history behind only Henri Richard, Larry Robinson, Bob Gainey and Mr. Beliveau.

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I hope that soon, two Habs will push Vincent Damphousse to #25 on the list.

And he stays there.

Forever.

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Not soon but...how about A-KOS and Pacioretty?

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#1 Guy Carbonneau - 27
#2 Bob Gainey - 20



#5 Benoit Brunet - 10


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When he gets to 1006 games plated, Brisebois will stand 5th in Habs history behind only Henri Richard, Larry Robinson, Bob Gainey and Mr. Beliveau.
Woah woah woah.

He shan't be getting near 1006. If you combine his Colorado days then yes, but not 1006 in a Habs uni. I'm uncomfortable with him being in the top 15 as it is, never mind top 5.

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Woah woah woah.

He shan't be getting near 1006. If you combine his Colorado days then yes, but not 1006 in a Habs uni. I'm uncomfortable with him being in the top 15 as it is, never mind top 5.
Oh, he'll get there. Probably this year too...

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Was looking over top 50 Habs scorers of all time(some of you might be surprised to see R. Houle at 33 with 408 points) and noticed that sitting in the 50th spot is good ole Mr. October Brian Savage. He is sitting with 285 points, to Kovalevs 231.

I hope he gets to finish in the top 50, so that Andrei and Sergei can take his spot one day

http://ourhistory.canadiens.com/stat...ts_type=career

Markov is also sitting pretty 48th on the list!!! By years end, I think he can take down Recchi and be 41st! GO MARKOV GO
What a great list for fans

Exploring the list...

Laps has already moved passed Donald Audette...

Dags has passed Jocelyn Lemieux

and Lang in a 1/2 season has passed Jonas Hoglund!

Thank you Bob for saving the Habs from the Dark Ages of Houle


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Woah woah woah.

He shan't be getting near 1006. If you combine his Colorado days then yes, but not 1006 in a Habs uni. I'm uncomfortable with him being in the top 15 as it is, never mind top 5.
He'll also have two Cup rings as a Hab, just so you feel even more uncomfortable, you ridiculous pseudo-Hab fan.

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Hey guys, who in our team 2008-09 has won a Stanley Cup?

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He'll also have two Cup rings as a Hab, just so you feel even more uncomfortable, you ridiculous pseudo-Hab fan.
I don't know how anyone could call themselves a Habs fan and not cringe when they see his name up there with all those legends. Top 10 in most times donning the CH? Sorry...

Great guy. Decent player in his prime. Doesn't belong there.

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Hey guys, who in our team 2008-09 has won a Stanley Cup?
Tanguay, Kovalev, Dandenault and Brisebois.

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When he gets to 1006 games plated, Brisebois will stand 5th in Habs history behind only Henri Richard, Larry Robinson, Bob Gainey and Mr. Beliveau.
The fact he's played that many games is a testament to how bad our teams we're after the 93 Cup victory up until now..

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