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01-12-2009, 06:28 PM
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How many times will we have to tell Lucic and Kessel not to kisses each other when one of the has the mono? But what can we do against the laws of attractions?

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There goes my hockey pool (Kessel, Sakic, Bergeron, Gaborik)

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what perfect timing eh guys

you think as compensation you guys could tell kovalev to ride the pine for the night? hey, it was worth a shot.

if there was ever a sport to be called a "team" sport, it is hockey. having a bunch of guys out hurts, but both teams are limping and still winning. regardless, it will be a hard fought contest. no excuses for anybody.

fans on both sides of the fence are looking forward to this one. with all the hype going into it, i just hope all the injuries dont dull it down at all.

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There goes my hockey pool (Kessel, Sakic, Bergeron, Gaborik)
i could have told you that before the season begins

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what perfect timing eh guys

you think as compensation you guys could tell kovalev to ride the pine for the night? hey, it was worth a shot.

if there was ever a sport to be called a "team" sport, it is hockey. having a bunch of guys out hurts, but both teams are limping and still winning. regardless, it will be a hard fought contest. no excuses for anybody.

fans on both sides of the fence are looking forward to this one. with all the hype going into it, i just hope all the injuries dont dull it down at all.
Agreed, i say that injured player will not be a factor, this game will be won fair and square... some times a Bruins fan comes out of the blue and act like an honest person... i always like it when it happens.

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A team that is doing well like they are will overcome those injuries like nothing would happen. Julien is still coaching the team and will adapt according to have he has. It's not only in Montreal who we have good youngsters that could replace our injured guys...Hunwick was been great since he joined them.

What confidence can do to you.....they might not win all their game but people will be surprised to see what they can do despite their injuries.

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A team that is doing well like they are will overcome those injuries like nothing would happen. Julien is still coaching the team and will adapt according to have he has. It's not only in Montreal who we have good youngsters that could replace our injured guys...Hunwick was been great since he joined them.

What confidence can do to you.....they might not win all their game but people will be surprised to see what they can do despite their injuries.
And Montreal has been absolutely rolling....I still can't wait for this game....Love Pacioretty.....

Good luck!

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01-12-2009, 07:21 PM
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And Montreal has been absolutely rolling....I still can't wait for this game....Love Pacioretty.....

Good luck!
Pacioretty got everything you want in a player, speed, size, poise and skillz. He's actualy better than i thought. But then again you got kessel and Kreiji, only Akost could be as good as those two, and right now he's not.

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Well that's good news...we can use any break vs the Bruins.

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Pacioretty got everything you want in a player, speed, size, poise and skillz. He's actualy better than i thought. But then again you got kessel and Kreiji, only Akost could be as good as those two, and right now he's not.
Absolutely.....kid is going to be a thorn in my Bruins side for many years to come....

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Well that's good news...we can use any break vs the Bruins.
Men let's pretend we are still in the 2007-2008 season, or let's say we are in the playoff, two situation where we destroy the Bruins, usualy.

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The Habs will always have the Habs Factor, but the rivalry is really heating up. I want to see Boston - Montreal in the Conference finals.

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01-12-2009, 07:49 PM
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The Habs will always have the Habs Factor, but the rivalry is really heating up. I want to see Boston - Montreal in the Conference finals.
The whole hockey world wants that, for the sake of hockey.

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*****s, you don't have to even play the Bruins and they fold - they are gonna crash big time come da playoffs.

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*****s, you don't have to even play the Bruins and they fold - they are gonna crash big time come da playoffs.
Kessel was so brutal

I say it's gonna be about the goalies tomorrow.

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80% of your gdt will consist of posts like that if you lose. Im not pointing fingers, but thats how it will be.
Same will be said if Montreal loses without Koivu, Tangay, Price, and Higglesworth

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Same will be said if Montreal loses without Koivu, Tangay, Price, and Higglesworth
Umm have you ever read habs GDTs? We actual blame our players when they play like crap, we'll blame everything from the goalie, to the equipment manager. Only in Montreal can your players be stars one day and crap the next. Sorry buddy we don;t make excuses when our team plays bad, we acknowledge that they suck.

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Umm have you ever read habs GDTs? We actual blame our players when they play like crap, we'll blame everything from the goalie, to the equipment manager. Only in Montreal can your players be stars one day and crap the next. Sorry buddy we don;t make excuses when our team plays bad, we acknowledge that they suck.
That's it, if we lose tomorrow it's all YOUR fault.

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That's it, if we lose tomorrow it's all YOUR fault.
I'm prepared to take the heat for it... I think

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Same will be said if Montreal loses without Koivu, Tangay, Price, and Higglesworth
That maybe be projection from Bruins fans, Habs fans have always been hard on its own players.

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I'm prepared to take the heat for it... I think
Are you ready to gon on RDS and answer the stupid questions of the "journalists" and then have a complete week of JC Lajoie trash talking about you, personnaly?

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Are you ready to gon on RDS and answer the stupid questions of the "journalists" and then have a complete week of JC Lajoie trash talking about you, personnaly?
That seems quite intimidating, but facing the music is part of the job when your a habs fan, we get lots of practice on the main board.

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That seems quite intimidating, but facing the music is part of the job when your a habs fan, we get lots of practice on the main board.

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Most of the Bruins fans on this thread are being respectable. I hope this turns out to be a good game with lots of highlight reels as I will be in class.

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Most of the Bruins fans on this thread are being respectable. I hope this turns out to be a good game with lots of highlight reels as I will be in class.
where do you go to school buddy? Concordia?

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