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11-05-2009, 08:53 PM
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Pyatt: Say White, what are we gonna do tomorrow night?

White: Same thing we do every night, Pyatt: Try to take over the world!

They're Pyatt, they're Pyatt and the White White White White White White White White

Pyatt: NARF!
Okay. so who is the Brain?

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I'm not a Martin fan yet, but nice move to start Price. Give him the chance and he responds.

Love it

Better to have two good goalies instead of a debate
I think Halak tweaked his groin so that's why Price got the start...Price responded with a solid effort though...Should help his confidence..

I don't know what it will take for the rest of his teammates to step it up though and get some regulation time wins...Having only 1 regulation win after 16 games is mind boggling really..

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Well he probably played Price because Halak wasn't 100%



We already have 1 regulation win, 5-1 over the isles.

Excellent game by Price, and AK46 played pretty well too. And damn Metropolit doing it again.
Yeah i noticed and changed it, was hoping no one else would though

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There are no Price haters on this forum.... just a bunch of stupid fanboys.

When Price does well, I'm the first to admit it and enjoy it, because I want MY Habs to win... Unless some Price fanboys, who were hoping Halak to get burned against Pittsburgh to prove their point.
Ok
What ever helps you sleep at night

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Funny thing is, Price wasn't even supposed to play tonight. Guess that'll show Martin. Again, great game by Carey.

And Mathieu Carle played great tonight! I'm quickly loving this guy.

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Do you have to eat it? Just buy those lasagna strips cook them, throw on some sauce and cheese.
I don't have to eat it, but promise is a promise


Anyways, good match tonight.
I love Andrei tonight,
That first goal was all him, anybody would have scored on empty net

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It's really weird. Unless he's taking 40 shots, he doesn't win. He takes forty shots, though, and he looks like a Vezina waiting to happen.
For me.. having played as goalie in some soccer house leagues and Hockey leagues (I know we can't compare) I feel the more shots you get, the better you feel your in the game, your adrenaline is running and your instincts are running too!

While when your getting limited shots on you, your off thinking about other things or what not, and you dont really get into the game as much.. and in goes one flukey goal and that affects you..

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Promising game for Kost. I think he won't play on the 4th line next game. Too bad Martin decided not to play him in the OT.
He was probably scared of AK's attrocious puck clearing attempts this game. Better safe then sorry. Hopefully he gets put on an offensive line next time.

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Price played alright.
If a goalie plays that "alright" all year you win games

After all the criticism is it so hard to be complimentary?

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This is true. Price came out big when he had to but we did a better job protecting the slot, sweeping rebounds and covering the open man.
What I'd like to see, though, is a little more getting the body in front of the shots instead of just flopping a stick blade in front of it. There were a couple of dangerous deflections tonight from just putting the stick blade 3 feet in front of shots (instead of getting a poke check on the puck at impact, or actually getting a leg in the shooting lane). Luckily Price was able to see them early, or they went wide/were tidied up quickly.

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The Kids are alright (Pyatt, White, Carle)
The Frenchies were still not-so-great (exception being Lapierre on the PK)
Hamrlik played one of his best defensive and physical games of the year
If those kids keep showing the good stuff, the Frenchies' may feel the heat in their derriere and see some reduced ice time in their future.

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Carle played well. No glaring ****-ups is a good sign for a young D.

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Here's an idea: Halak @ home and Price on the road.

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If a goalie plays that "alright" all year you win games

After all the criticism is it so hard to be complimentary?
Heh, I knew someone who point out what I said.

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I think Halak tweaked his groin so that's why Price got the start...Price responded with a solid effort though...Should help his confidence..

I don't know what it will take for the rest of his teammates to step it up though and get some regulation time wins...Having only 1 regulation win after 16 games is mind boggling really..
So martin deserves no credit? Just kidding

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How are we only credited with only 1 giveaway in this game.

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Here's an idea: Halak @ home and Price on the road.
Here is an idea: keep playing Price like they kept playing Halak. What's fair is fair.

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11-05-2009, 08:57 PM
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I was impressed with the kids tonight, especially Carle. Good to see.

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Price standing big like only the great ones do.. This kid is amazing, had all the reasons of the word to be frustrated and lose confidence but kept his focuss despite everything..

I must admit that Carle has played a great game, he is making me eat my words..

Not much to say about this game, Bruins had basically no skills in their line-up, ok road trip effort.. Price really stood out..

White and Pyatt have been ok for a first game, but you can see that they are intensive players..

Oh and Ryder sucks lol.. 4,5 millions if Im not wrong.. poor Bruins..
LOL. almost every goalie in the nhl has games like this, but yes. price was amazing tonight

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One thing I hated though.. and Mcguire pointed on it.. Lapierre talking too much. Eventually, its going to catch up and someones going to hurt Lapierre. He has to drop the gloves when someone wants to drop it.. it was so embarassing to see him getting challenged and never dropping the gloves and acting tough.. Yes, I understand its his role.. but eventually you have to drop it ONCE..

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Here is an idea: keep playing Price like they kept playing Halak. What's fair is fair.
Not if you're MacBeth. Fair is foul and foul is fair

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Here's an idea: Halak @ home and Price on the road & and tell MAB to GTFO
Add my bolded suggestion and it's a deal.

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Well he probably played Price because Halak wasn't 100%
JM said the lost vs the Thrashers wasn't Price to blame. He put his money where his mouth is by playing Price today.

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Here's an idea: Halak @ home and Price on the road.
Here's an idea : Play well enough so that the tender doesn't have to play like this for us to win games.

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price played very good

but what the heck is spack doing against chara with .52 sec left

but mara, and hammer out to defend against the ogar

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