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03-13-2010, 09:23 AM
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Boston Bruins @ Montreal Canadiens - Saturday March 13th - 7PM - CBC & RDS





:: RDS HD

:: CBC HD





:: MONTREAL

Pouliot-Gomez-Gionta
Pyatt-Plekanec-A.Kostitsyn.
Moen-Moore-S.Kostitsyn.
Lapierre-Metropolit-Darche

Markov-O'Byrne
Hamrlik-Spacek
Gill-Gorges


Halak
Price


:: BOSTON

Sturm-Bergeron-Recchi
Wheeler-Krejci-Ryder
Lucic-Sobotka-Marchand
Paille-Begin-Thornton

Chara-Seidenberg
Stuart-Wideman
Hunwick-Boychuk

Rask
Thomas





:: MONTREAL


Cammalleri Knee - Mid March
Bergeron Lower body - Day to day



:: BOSTON

Satan Groin - Day to day
Savard Concussion - Indefinitely
Ference Groin - Day to day




:: MONTREAL
Jaroslav Halak
21-10-2 - 2.54 GAA - .922% - 3 SO

:: BOSTON
Tuukka Rask Not confirmed
15-8-4 - 2.11 GAA - .930% - 3 SO







Canadiens at home: 17-13-4
Bruins on the road : 16-11-6


:: RANKINGS
Canadiens: 3rd in NE Division - 7th in Conference (74pts - 34-29-6)
Bruins: 4th in NE Division - 8th in Conference (72pts - 30-24-12)


:: AVERAGE SHOTS FOR/AGAINST PER GAME
Canadiens: Shots for: 28.2 (T-28th) / Shots against: 32.5 (27th)
Bruins: Shots for: 31.1 (9th) / Shots against: 30.2 (15th)


:: SPECIAL TEAMS

:: MONTREAL:
PP: 23.4% (2nd)
PK: 82.9% (11th)
Shorthanded Goal(s): 3

:: BRUINS:
PP: 18.6% (15th)
PK: 86.0% (2nd)
Shorthanded Goal(s): 3


:: LAST MATCH-UP


MTL @ BOS - March 2nd 2009 - Canadiens win 4-1



Edmonton @ Montreal - Canadiens win 5-4 SO

Boston @ Philadelphia - Bruins win 5-1



:: POINTS
Plekanec:64 Gomez:50 Cammalleri:48
Bergeron:43Chara:35 Kreji:35

:: GOALS
Cammalleri:26 Gionta:21 Plekanec:20
Sturm:21 Ryder:15 Wheeler:15

:: ASSISTS
Plekanec:44 Gomez:38 Cammalleri:22
Chara:30 Bergeron:29 Savard:23

:: +/-
Spacek:+10 Cammalleri:+10 Markov:+9
Sturm:+7 Chara:+5 Boychuk:+3


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Standings without the OT/SO points (actual points)...just for fun

6- Philly 70pts (74)
7- Habs 68pts (74)
8- Bruins 60pts (72)
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9- Rangers 60pts (69)
10- Tampa 56pts (68)
11- Thrashers 56pts (66)

Go Habs Go!!

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Hey guys I guess our teams are playing second fiddle to the 29th + 30th teams in the league lol.

Anyways I don't mind seeing the Habs do well (as long as it doesn't hurt the Bruins) so it would be pretty sweet to see them meet up in the Eastern Conference finals...even if it's a pipe dream.

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Hey guys I guess our teams are playing second fiddle to the 29th + 30th teams in the league lol.

Anyways I don't mind seeing the Habs do well (as long as it doesn't hurt the Bruins) so it would be pretty sweet to see them meet up in the Eastern Conference finals...even if it's a pipe dream.
For a change we should not meet the Bruins in 1st round, if they meet in conference final it would be epic, but very unlikely (do not think Habs can go that far, and you might not think the Bruins will go that far as well).

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Boston's in deep do do right now. Their best asset is that their competition sucks so badly they may back into the playoffs losing the way we did last year. Wonder what kind of effort they can put in? Raask's numbers are outstanding, but having Mark Recchi on your first line in 2010 is not a sign of a dangerous team.

I'm hoping Boston comes out flat and slow and we don't play down to them. 5-2 Habs.

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I have been a hab fan for over 50 years. I have seen the habs bury the Bruins hundreds of times. Crush the life out of them. Eliminate them from the playoffs as the second rate team they are and always will be. I expect to sleep with a smile yet again tonight with visions of the habs yet again CRUSHING the Bruins.

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LOL... Markov -1 behind our +/- leaders, yet he's played 37 less games.

But neehooooooooo, Markov's impact is average.

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Let's make it 5 wins in a row now shall we?

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I have been a hab fan for over 50 years. I have seen the habs bury the Bruins hundreds of times. Crush the life out of them. Eliminate them from the playoffs as the second rate team they are and always will be. I expect to sleep with a smile yet again tonight with visions of the habs yet again CRUSHING the Bruins.
I like this post a whole lot more than that garbage from the Ruins fan playing nice. Child please.

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Great Saturday night game.
Habs win 4-3

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From Habsinsideout: Carey Price is likely to get the start after Jaroslav Halak looked less than stellar in Montreal's 5-4 win over Edmonton in a shootout on Thursday.

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Last game I'm going to this year...hopefully it's a good one!

So, who's getting the start between the pipes?

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From Habsinsideout: Carey Price is likely to get the start after Jaroslav Halak looked less than stellar in Montreal's 5-4 win over Edmonton in a shootout on Thursday.
I heard Martin McGuire on the radio say it was going to be Halak....Gomez and Hamrlik not at pre-game skate but will play 2nite.

http://www.ckac.com/hockey/nouvelles...e-2023993.html

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Halak confirmed per HIO...

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Halak has looked less than spectacular the last 4 periods of play, and Price owns the Bruins...makes no sense to me.

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Halak has looked less than spectacular the last 4 periods of play, and Price owns the Bruins...makes no sense to me.
Less than spectacular is an understatement.

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Would've been nice to get Price in tonight since he's been awesome against the Bruins and we only play twice next week so it'll be a long break for him between starts, anyways huge game tonight hopefully they come out flying like they did against Tampa.

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ugh give it a rest man, Halak knows he didn't play well last game, you don't think he wants to come back with a stellar performance tonight, i have no problem with going with Halak.

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ugh give it a rest man, Halak knows he didn't play well last game, you don't think he wants to come back with a stellar performance tonight, i have no problem with going with Halak.
You don't think Price, who has been stellar vs Boston in his career, wants to come back after his first period vs Anaheim?

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I would have start Carey Price also.

Price against the Bruins this season: 3GP, GAA: 1.00 and SV%: .970.

Weird decision, I guess Martin just want to give a chance to Halak to bounce back after his last start.

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