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04-11-2009, 05:16 PM
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Thank you I did not think so.
If the Habs win tonight than he is correct.

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Thank you I did not think so.
If the Habs win tonight than he is correct.
Maybe he's just really confident for tonight's game lol and assumed it was a done deal lol

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Maybe he's just really confident for tonight's game lol and assumed it was a done deal lol

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Looks like we're confident no matter who we face. Bring on the Bruins baby...

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Awesome GDT

No injuries tonight please. That is all.

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You're avatar ...Is he unbelievable or what?

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You're avatar ...Is he unbelievable or what?
Yes Sir. 17 year old lad that shouldn't be playing amongst these giants, yet scores the winning goal for Manchester United 2 weeks in a row to keep them atop the English Premiership. Notice the reference to PK above.

Edit: Not only did he score the winning goal in the last 2 games. He did so in the first 2 games he played for Man U. What is more impressive is that he was a substitute at the end of both games. Sir Alex Ferguson deserves the credit for his vision in inserting this unique kid in the line-up.


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04-11-2009, 05:44 PM
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win? lose? i don't care all i want is NO MORE INJURIES!

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BEST GDT EVER!! Go Habs!!!

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Yes Sir. 17 year old lad that shouldn't be playing amongst these giants, yet scores the winning goal for Manchester United 2 weeks in a row to keep them atop the English Premiership. Notice the reference to PK above.
The one against Aston Villa was legendary. And props for the reference .

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I'm really pissed at Gainey. Facing Washington would be much better for us, and now we're gonna go into the playoffs with a 4 game losing streak. ****ing awesome.

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It looks like it will be the Bruins. If we lose tonight, we're 8th. However, if we win tonight, the Flyers will clinch 4th, so will have nothing to play for tomorrow against New York. Especially considering they will be playing the second game in two days, my guess would be that they would sit a lot of guys.

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I'm really pissed at Gainey. Facing Washington would be much better for us, and now we're gonna go into the playoffs with a 4 game losing streak. ****ing awesome.
You know the game actually has to be played first...

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I'm really pissed at Gainey. Facing Washington would be much better for us, and now we're gonna go into the playoffs with a 4 game losing streak. ****ing awesome.
Says you ! and well your opinion is worth the same amount as ours. Not much eh ?

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04-11-2009, 06:26 PM
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I'd prefer Washington so, Go Habs Go!!!

I'd also like to win a game before the playoffs vs a 4 game L streak

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the best scenario for us would be to lose in overtime. That way Philly still has something to play for against the Rangers

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The one against Aston Villa was legendary. And props for the reference .
This goal against Aston Villa is what brought Subban to mind. The kid(Federico Macheda), after scoring the game winning goal in extra time in his first appearance, runs off the field to hug a close friend, receiving a yellow card in the process.

LOL. Ronaldo/Rooney who? We're talking a North Carolina Michael Jordan debut here, cept this kid is doing it in the big show.


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PJ stock is such a moron - how much playoff experience does this moron have?

He uses the last game as his example - always. I suppose his brain has limited capacity...

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PJ stock is such a moron - how much playoff experience does this moron have?

He uses the last game as his example - always. I suppose his brain has limited capacity...
Wow that analysis was so frustrating... That guy is so biased... i didnt know the B in CBC stands for Boston... He almost said that Lucic's dirty play on Komisarek was a smart play... WTF?

PJ Stock is a god damn moron... he should work in boston, im sick of hearing is crap

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I'm really pissed at Gainey. Facing Washington would be much better for us, and now we're gonna go into the playoffs with a 4 game losing streak. ****ing awesome.
Crap! I slept through the game, looks like. What was the score?


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Wow that analysis was so frustrating... That guy is so biased... i didnt know the B in CBC stands for Boston... He almost said that Lucic's dirty play on Komisarek was a smart play... WTF?
Hrudy called him on it too, saying something about how that agression could work against them, and pbj couldn't wait to defend lucic - saying he won't do that stuff in the playoffs. Then what was the point of the goonery, pj? Dink...

I don't think they'll be able to switch it off - they will be short handed a bunch.

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04-11-2009, 06:56 PM
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the best scenario for us would be to lose in overtime. That way Philly still has something to play for against the Rangers
True... with one victory less... they would battle for ice advantage!

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This goal against Aston Villa is what brought Subban to mind. The kid(Federico Macheda), after scoring the game winning goal in extra time in his first appearance, runs off the field to hug a close friend, receiving a yellow card in the process.

LOL. Ronaldo/Rooney who? We're talking a North Carolina Michael Jordan debut here, cept this kid is doing it in the big show.
Hahah. I heard it was his dad, no?

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04-11-2009, 07:06 PM
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You know the game actually has to be played first...
Well...considering Tanguay already isn't playing, and it seems like Kovalev and Koivu will be used in a bottom 6 role, I don't see how we could beat a full Pens line-up that's red-hot and the fact that we NEVER win without Markov. Well, this team has crapped the bed when no one expected them too, and won when weren't expected either, so that was a bit uncalled for, I'm just not holding my breath. Go habs Go.

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True... with one victory less... they would battle for ice advantage!
Wishing to play an opponent usually brings bad karma...

ot: LOL they still refer to 'The battle of Ontario' when the laughs play the Sens tonight...the battle of ****** poor ass teams would be more correct.

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