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03-23-2010, 11:26 AM
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Cammalleri and Bergeron IN, Moen OUT

http://habsinsideout.com/main/31534

Michael Cammalleri is back in his usual spot on left wing on a line with Tomas Plekanec and Andrei Kostitsyn while Marc-André Bergeron is on the fourth line with Glen Metropolit and Sergei Kostitsyn. Both are expected to play tomorrow in Buffalo.

Travis Moen won't be in Buffalo. He suffered a cut to his forehead from Matt Cullen's skate.

Moen's spot on the third line will be filled by Mathieu Darche.

EDIT: Had to fix the typo's from Habs I/O...It was bugging me. lol


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03-23-2010, 11:34 AM
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I thought Moore was playing with Moen and SK. Why are they splitting up Moore and SK?

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S.Kost on 4th line! I thought he was pretty intense yesterday and played a goood game.

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Martin is a player hater.

Sergei has been one of our best forwards lately.

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Good news,hope Moen is alright

Gonna be hard for both players to come back and have 3 games in 4 nights

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Hopefully they dont keep pyatt over sergei hes been solid since the olympic break and before that too. Someone else still has to be scratched too, Lapierre?

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So that gives us,

Lapierre - Moore - Darche?

I'd go;

Cammalleri - Plekanec - Andrei
Pouliot - Gomez - Gionta
Darche - Moore - Sergei
Lapierre - Metropolit - Bergeron

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03-23-2010, 11:38 AM
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S.Kost on 4th line! I thought he was pretty intense yesterday and played a goood game.
he played good, doubt it will last long, but i see SK having support role this year, throiught the playoffs

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S.Kost on 4th line! I thought he was pretty intense yesterday and played a goood game.
Not that I agree with it, but Martin's is surely thinking of balancing the 4 lines as much as possible. A pretty busy week, all 4 lines need to be used regularly. He probably believes that SKost and Metro are the best complementary players for a guy like Bergeron.

Honestly, while I love to finally have a Bergeron on the PP, I have a hard time seeing him as a forward even if it's just a 4th line 'cause especially because we roll those 4 lines regularly. But it's a "mal nécessaire" as we say.....

Can't wait to see Cammy with AKost. Fun to criticize him, but it's pretty evident that AKost will score tomorrow.

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SK has been better than AK and Pouliot, no reason for him to be on the 4th line.

Also, now that Bergeron is back that is a moot point, but instead of using Spacek, Hamrlik and especially Gorges on the PP, why not use fricking SK74. Him and his brother can easily man the point.

Martin is a genius.

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It will be nice to see #13 back on the ice! It's been way too long...our leading goal FINALLY back.

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Martin is a player hater.

Sergei has been one of our best forwards lately.
To be fair, we don't really have a traditional 3rd and 4th line.

Most lines play nearly the same minutes.

Yesterday's 4th line (Darche, Lappy, Metro) averaged approximately 10 minutes each at Even-Strength. The 3rd line (Sergei, Moore) averaged approxmately 11 minutes each at Even-Strength.

Not a big difference.

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Okay now if we get a powerplay I'll be happy. Watch now suddenly we won't get anymore.

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S.Kost on 4th line! I thought he was pretty intense yesterday and played a goood game.
yeah i find this a little odd. Seemed that Moore and SK had chemistry--i don't know why you dont just put lapierre on the 4th line. Oh well. I'm just glad to see some scoring options back in the lineup, and that Mpen didn't get cut too badly.

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So that gives us,

Lapierre - Moore - Darche?

I'd go;

Cammalleri - Plekanec - Andrei
Pouliot - Gomez - Gionta
Darche - Moore - Sergei
Lapierre - Metropolit - Bergeron
Who knows..It seems to be between Pyatt and Lappy

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So that gives us,

Lapierre - Moore - Darche?

I'd go;

Cammalleri - Plekanec - Andrei
Pouliot - Gomez - Gionta
Darche - Moore - Sergei
Lapierre - Metropolit - Bergeron
Prefer to see :

Pyatt - Moore - SK
Bergeron - Metro - Lappy

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Ok, so, the Montreal brass thought that last night's game wasn't important enough to force their return (the players wanted to come back).

That's why we lost: no sense of urgency last night.

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According to RDS, M.A Bergeron and Tom Pyatt were taking turns this morning on a line with Moore and SK??? Who know's what the lines will be lol

http://www.rds.ca/canadien/chroniques/295984.html

L’absence de Moen a obligé l’entraîneur-chef du Tricolore Jacques Martin à modifier quelque peu la modification de ses trios. Ainsi, Marc-André Bergeron et Tom Pyatt ont partagé le travail à la gauche de Dominic Moore et Sergei Kostitsyn.

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Ok, so, the Montreal brass thought that last night's game wasn't important enough to force their return (the players wanted to come back).

That's why we lost: no sense of urgency last night.
should not be a reason specially with a team tied in points in the season. we played very well 2nd period last night, 1st period was bah, 3d period was more then average. these games will happen no matter how good your goaltender is. once cams is back, will hapen less often. these are the types of games you want bergie and cams in, because with number of chances yesterday one of these two would have made it happen, at least in the 3d. yesterday, we were relying on 1 player for clutch goals, gionta. better if you have more options.

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I am pretty sure that is a mistake. Certain these will be the lines tomorrow:

Pouliot - Gomez - Gionta
Cammalleri - Plekanec - A Kostitysn
S Kostitsyn - Moore - Pyatt
MAB - Metro - Lapierre
Darche

From what I could gather on twitter.

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03-23-2010, 12:12 PM
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Do the habs not have the softest team ever? There is not one player in the lineup without Moen that is physical presence with any consistency. This is why people criticize Gainey's moves. The habs issues for years have been lack of size and git, and he made them smaller and softer. They may scrape into the playoffs by the skin of their teeth, but this is not the make up of a team that can handle playoff style hockey.

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Ok, so, the Montreal brass thought that last night's game wasn't important enough to force their return (the players wanted to come back).

That's why we lost: no sense of urgency last night.
I actually totally agree with this. I know people will say we can't rush them and they needed clearance and all of that crap. The fact of the matter is both were as ready last night as they were this morning and not playing them in such a critical game was stupid.

Do you think for a second if it was Alfredsson that he wouldn't have been in the lineup? Come on!

Having "1 goal" Pyatt on the Pleks line was quite possibly the difference.

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I am pretty sure that is a mistake. Certain these will be the lines tomorrow:

Pouliot - Gomez - Gionta
Cammalleri - Plekanec - A Kostitysn
S Kostitsyn - Moore - Pyatt
MAB - Metro - Lapierre
Darche

From what I could gather on twitter.
Wow, they're really going to bench Darche in favor of Pyatt? Seems kind of weird seeing as though we just lost a big body in Moen.

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03-23-2010, 12:20 PM
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Wow, they're really going to bench Darche in favor of Pyatt? Seems kind of weird seeing as though we just lost a big body in Moen.
MAGodin

"Based on the lines at #Habs practice, Darche (not Lapierre or Pyatt) seems vulnerable to be scratched if Bergeron is ready to play in BUF."

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Do the habs not have the softest team ever? There is not one player in the lineup without Moen that is physical presence with any consistency. This is why people criticize Gainey's moves. The habs issues for years have been lack of size and git, and he made them smaller and softer. They may scrape into the playoffs by the skin of their teeth, but this is not the make up of a team that can handle playoff style hockey.
bs, we have showed enough times this year we can comepte offenivly and phycialy with best teams in the league, matter of applying 110% because they are not gritty by nature, but they get the job done. talking about SK, gio (he hit chara :/ ) gomez, even cams all showed they can get the dirty work done. carolina didnt win their cup because of size, but because determination. i think we have blanaced size and grit, just hard to see when our best offenive players are all under 6

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