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10-27-2009, 04:48 AM
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Tavares: "I thought that we deserved to win that game."

Don't know what game you thought you were playing in Tavares.

Nice effort by the habs, we definitely could have potted a few more.

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10-27-2009, 04:50 AM
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Plekanec, Spacek, Hamrlik, Halak...

The Czechs were ready to play tonight!
Halak is Slovak though

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10-27-2009, 08:20 AM
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I was wondering why Latendresse and Chipchura played so well together. They are synchronized in both offense and defense. The 4th line looked really good the last 2 games when they played together.

As for AK, he is credited with the most hits (3 hits). He put up a better effort last night. It was expected that he has no chemistry with his new linemates. Martin needs to find a way to stablize the line combination.

For me, Cammalleri is our most skillful player. He can control the puck, carries it and makes play or shoot all by himself.

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10-27-2009, 08:26 AM
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Tavares: "I thought that we deserved to win that game."

Don't know what game you thought you were playing in Tavares.

Nice effort by the habs, we definitely could have potted a few more.
What game were you watching? maybe you are remembering the last time we play the islanders?

It was a close one could have gone either way with lucky bounce here or there, The officiating was terrible going both ways.

Nice effort by both teams they could have both potted a few more.

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10-27-2009, 08:29 AM
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I was wondering why Latendresse and Chipchura played so well together. They are synchronized in both offense and defense. The 4th line looked really good the last 2 games when they played together.

As for AK, he is credited with the most hits (3 hits). He put up a better effort last night. It was expected that he has no chemistry with his new linemates. Martin needs to find a way to stablize the line combination.

For me, Cammalleri is our most skillful player. He can control the puck, carries it and makes play or shoot all by himself.
Same speed. Slow ! Hehehe just kidding, no need to fireback at me.

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10-27-2009, 08:30 AM
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What game were you watching? maybe you are remembering the last time we play the islanders?

It was a close one could have gone either way with lucky bounce here or there, The officiating was terrible going both ways.

Nice effort by both teams they could have both potted a few more.
What game were you watching, we got 1 POWERPLAY. Both ways my ass.

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10-27-2009, 09:19 AM
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Nice effort by both teams they could have both potted a few more.
No, it really wasn't as close as the score. Montreal beat the Islanders badly in the scoring chances department, particularly at even-strength. The Islanders stayed above water only by virtue of their power play and the Habs' lack of the same.

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10-27-2009, 09:24 AM
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No, it really wasn't as close as the score. Montreal beat the Islanders badly in the scoring chances department, particularly at even-strength. The Islanders stayed above water only by virtue of their power play and the Habs' lack of the same.
Also Biron did pretty well last night, it could have been 5-1 again for us if it wasn't for his steals.

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10-27-2009, 09:54 AM
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One thing about the refs...

I remember clearly last year vs Pittsburgh (I think).

The puck was in mid-air and one player from pittsburgh bats the puck in the crowd while he was in his zone. The refs talked to each other to decide what to do. They did the move as if the puck was deviated and gave no penalty.

I dont care if there's a penalty or not, but be consistent. That's all we ask.

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10-27-2009, 10:17 AM
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Also Biron did pretty well last night, it could have been 5-1 again for us if it wasn't for his steals.
He played well but wasn't that great.He made a nice save on Moen's break away and then got a bit lucky on the shot off the bar from Latendresse,he wasn't bad but wasn't great either

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10-27-2009, 12:14 PM
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I would like to start by saying how Chips is starting to gain my respect! I find he improved his game in every aspect...Im starting to like his vision and his passing...He's not as bad as I thought this kid would be

Also, Pleks is just too bad a$$ cmon you gotta love that turtleneck!!

As for AK...He is nowhere to be in the 4th line I would at least put him on the 3rd if he's not playing so good...and Benoit Brunet can go **** himself I cant stand this bag of ******

Anybody saw Spacek's face when he scored? PRICELESS does anybody have that picture??

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10-27-2009, 12:23 PM
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What game were you watching, we got 1 POWERPLAY. Both ways my ass.
the fact that they had a goal negated because of a quick whistle is much worse than a bad call or 2 going against us. i will take that exchange every game.

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10-27-2009, 12:28 PM
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I would like to start by saying how Chips is starting to gain my respect! I find he improved his game in every aspect...Im starting to like his vision and his passing...He's not as bad as I thought this kid would be

Also, Pleks is just too bad a$$ cmon you gotta love that turtleneck!!

As for AK...He is nowhere to be in the 4th line I would at least put him on the 3rd if he's not playing so good...and Benoit Brunet can go **** himself I cant stand this bag of ******

Anybody saw Spacek's face when he scored? PRICELESS does anybody have that picture??
Closest I could find.

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10-27-2009, 01:43 PM
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the fact that they had a goal negated because of a quick whistle is much worse than a bad call or 2 going against us. i will take that exchange every game.
Negated, WTF. The ref blew the whistle early, it happened to us in Calgary. It doesn't mean squat, it happens almost every night. The ref loses the puck he blows the whistle, it's really easy to understand, and by gees, its far from being favoritism.

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10-27-2009, 01:58 PM
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I also noticed Chippy has looked excellent on both sides of the puck, i can't count how many times he seemed to be in the perfect defensive position to pick up loose dangerous pucks

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10-27-2009, 02:35 PM
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Cammy - Gomer - Gionta
Patches - Plek - Dags
Moen - Metro - AK46
Laps - Chips - Lats

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10-27-2009, 03:22 PM
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Cammy - Gomer - Gionta
Patches - Plek - Dags
Moen - Metro - AK46
Laps - Chips - Lats
Cammy - Gomer - Gionta
Moen-Plek-Dags
Lats-Metro-AK
Patches-Chips-Laps

or at the very least flip Laps/Lats in your lineup

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10-27-2009, 03:22 PM
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This has potential "Caption this".

Moen: "You're not welcome at Chez Parée"


To bad I couldn't watch the game, I was listening to it on the radio. Seemed as if the first and 2nd lines were meh. Though I'm sure I'm wrong.

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10-27-2009, 03:23 PM
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Benoit Brunet: Pierre, je pense finalement savoir ce qui se passe vraiment avec Andrei Kostitsyn : C'est un manque de confiance dans son cas.

I facepalmed really intensively after I heard that.

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10-27-2009, 03:25 PM
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Closest I could find.
Spacek: No...Metro... you have the flu

Metropolit: Just hug it out for the cameras

Space Ok...yay...

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10-27-2009, 03:33 PM
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Benoit Brunet: Pierre, je pense finalement savoir ce qui se passe vraiment avec Andrei Kostitsyn : C'est un manque de confiance dans son cas.

I facepalmed really intensively after I heard that.
really?

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Dangerous knee there..

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Moen: "Duh, stay out of Riverdale."

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Dangerous knee there..
After reading the story of linesman Pat Dapuzzo I'll never look at these near misses the same way again.

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Hockey is dangerous..





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