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04-11-2009, 02:14 PM
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You finish first...and your considered Cup favourites. Anything less then the Conference Finals should be considered a HUGE fail. Same goes for us this season
A detail people forget is that Pittsburgh intentionally dived their last game by sitting out a lot of their major players to make sure they didn't play Philly (many thought Ottawa would win their last game and play Washington). Had the Pens played a full roster, Montreal would have played Ottawa and Boston would have played Pittsburgh.

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I'm puzzled as to why Thomas gets bashed around here for having little playoff experience when Price is a 21 year old kid who struggled in the first round and then imploded against the Flyers...

I'll take my 2.10 GAA and .933 sv% thanks.
Its because no expects Montreal to go far in the playoffs, and according to many Boston has basically already won the Stanley Cup, they just need to collect.

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This one really made me laugh this morning -

Number of playoff series Tim Thomas has won = Number of Sports Illustrated swimsuit models Boone has dated

http://habsinsideout.com/boone/18850
Clever, but also unfair.

You could say the same about Alex Ovchekin, since the two have been in the league about the same length of time.

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04-11-2009, 03:25 PM
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Clever, but also unfair.

You could say the same about Alex Ovchekin, since the two have been in the league about the same length of time.
Thomas is 4594 years old

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Thomas is 4594 years old
...and like or dislike the Bruins, has a real cool story and route to the NHL. In terms of opportunity, he has no more than any new player.

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I wish death (in a natural and peaceful way, at no specific time, when he feels like it) on a generic Bruins players, because if he would live for eternity he might get bored. Yeah that's how i am... classless Habs fan.

That wish appie to everyone on earth, because living for eternity is something boring.

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This one really made me laugh this morning -

Number of playoff series Tim Thomas has won = Number of Sports Illustrated swimsuit models Boone has dated

http://habsinsideout.com/boone/18850
Boone is good for the odd one liner, but he's otherwise clueless. This is not the year to be slagging Thomas, this year's Vezina winner.

In fact, blue-ice versus blue-ice the Bruins have a distinct advantage against the Habs. Maybe Boone should learn more about this and shut his trap instead of trying to be so cute.

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Carey Price was absolutly horrible vs Phil last PO. We basicly outshotted them .We had more scoring chance and we basicly dominated the play 75% of the time.The series vs the bruins was much more difficult.

Carey Price choked.It's was plain horrible to see him play.

We also finished with 104 points.Thanks to the 16 points the bruins gave us . Thanks also to our powerplay.Our PP completly dissapeared after game 3 .. Claude Julien outcoached Guy Carbonneau.The bruins started to climb us but by game seven they had no more fuel.Game seven was a walk in the park for the habs.

If the bruins had won only half those game vs the habs.Habs would have finished with 96 points and Boston with 98-100 points.

Boston are much more a contender than the habs were last years.That what i'm trying to say.Because WE also don't know how will be Carey Price.

He's a Big *?*

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04-11-2009, 04:38 PM
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The number of playoff series won by Carey Price = the number of good movies made by Brendan Fraser (School Ties)

Sorry, I couldn't resist. He's going to be a stud just having an off year. Timmy is a late bloomer. So was Hasek. He's only played on one really good team (this year).
Simple maths here

1 > 0

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Tim Thomas isn't an actor, though.
Well he has been acting like a nhl goalie for some time now and Blast from the past was a decent movie, reminds me of fallout.

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04-11-2009, 05:03 PM
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Tim Thomas is pretty classy. And as for experience, Price has even less so I don't get how this is an argument.
Tim Thomas has 38 games of professional playoff experience

Carey Price has 33 games.

The difference is not all that much, when it comes to "playoff" experience. Personally, I don't put too much stock in the playoffs being all that different from the regular season; you just don't play the crappy teams between playing good teams.

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The number of playoff series won by Carey Price = the number of good movies made by Brendan Fraser (School Ties)

Sorry, I couldn't resist. He's going to be a stud just having an off year. Timmy is a late bloomer. So was Hasek. He's only played on one really good team (this year).
Posts like this just further the stereotype that Brendan Fraser made a good movie.

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As opposed to Price's .901 sv% and 2.78 GAA in the playoffs?

Didn't think that one through I guess
Price is 21. How old is Thomas? How many series has he won in comparison to Price?

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Tim Thomas doesn't have Melanson screwing him up.

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Tim Thomas doesn't have Melanson screwing him up.
Tim Thomas is old enough that he could tell a goalie coach to F-off!

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