BTW, what's up with Habs fans going on the Flyers forum on their ''How do we beat Montreal...'' And giving away insight on how to do that? I understand that Laviolettte doesn't go over there, but I ask miself just what the point might be?
First off I want to say the Habs have to stick to the game plan they had and used in game 3. Speed kills and so does offence, we played it to perfection from 1st line to 4th line, and the D was solid with Halak too!
Something else the Habs have to keep doing, the chatter on the ice from Lappy and Cammer. They are obviously getting under the Flyers skin, from Richards to Carcillo, to Pronger and even Laviolette. I find it quite amusing that those players who chirp so much and try to play an intimidating game can't handle a little of their own medicine.
Can the NHL possibly fine Carcillo for being stupid?
This guy is calling Cammarelli embarrassing because he stuck his tongue out at him, but yet he is always doing something like spewing verbal diarrhoea from his mouth, and constantly diving from high sticks that are feet away from his head!
How about 2 minutes or $1000 fine for calling yourself out, look in the mirror idiot.
Keep it up Habs, GO HABS GO!!!
If we continue to get under the Flyers skin, I am worried about injuries because of Richards, the flying torpedo, and Pronger being on the ice for a bit more than half the game.
Last edited by bipolarhabfan: 05-22-2010 at 12:52 PM.
Adapt, at all times. Adapt! We played such a fantastic game last time, but you know the flyers are going to
a) try to injure people
b) look at the tape and figure out what they have to do (just like we did before game 3)
c) have laperierre back (big threat to both our O and D)
Still, if they can do it, so can we. I hope Hammer is for real and that AK and Poulie will finish what they started last game.
Laperierre has 3 goals this season and what? 3 playoff goals in a 17-season career?