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11-18-2010, 09:10 PM
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I think it's time to put Gomez on the 4th line for 2 or 3 game and try Eller on a scoring line. Give him Gionta and Kostitsyn

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Eller was the only Hab really into the game. I don't think the others were prepared to give their all tonight. They weren't taking the Preds too seriously. I don't blame them though -- it's tough to give 100% every game, especially after the game vs the Flyers.

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11-18-2010, 09:11 PM
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I liked Eller, very solid game, 12:46 TOI, that must be good for his morale, even without any point.

Subban must be much more patient with the puck on the PP, he really must move the puck and put the D out of position or find a space instead of shooting as soon as he got the puck in a position to do it.

Gomez really need to wake up offensively. At least he is not a liability in our zone. Even if he's overpaid etc, he must be the guy who makes his linemates better...

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I liked Eller, very solid game, 12:46 TOI, that must be good for his morale, even without any point.

Subban must be much more patient with the puck on the PP, he really must move the puck and put the D out of position or find a space instead of shooting as soon as he got the puck in a position to do it.

Gomez really need to wake up offensively. At least he is not a liability in our zone. Even if he's overpaid etc, he must be the guy who makes his linemates better...
Solid post.. I agree with all your points.

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Eller was the only Hab really into the game. I don't think the others were prepared to give their all tonight. They weren't taking the Preds too seriously.
Everytime the Habs play a high emotion game like against the Flyers, they are pretty flat the next one.

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11-18-2010, 09:12 PM
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Does anyone want Gomez and Spacek?
Anyone?

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11-18-2010, 09:15 PM
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We should make a petition or a manifestation for Gomez to retire. It won't work but if he ears that it might give him a shot to the head.

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11-18-2010, 09:15 PM
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I thought Gomez's season has started.. looks like he's on vacation again.

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11-18-2010, 09:17 PM
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I agree with the guy saying that Gomez even if not producing, is good in our own zone.

Solution: Put him on a defensive line and put Eller in his place

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11-18-2010, 09:18 PM
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I liked Eller, very solid game, 12:46 TOI, that must be good for his morale, even without any point.

Subban must be much more patient with the puck on the PP, he really must move the puck and put the D out of position or find a space instead of shooting as soon as he got the puck in a position to do it.

Gomez really need to wake up offensively. At least he is not a liability in our zone. Even if he's overpaid etc, he must be the guy who makes his linemates better...
Subban must stop striking a pose before shooting. And apparently, his technique may need some corrections (e.g. stick too high, pointing at the sky).

I liked Gomez last year but man, I can't stand him this season. All those weak sauce backhand tip passes, or whatever they were, are full of fail. His stick handling has lost its sharpeness and he's too predictable. The effort isn't always there either.

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11-18-2010, 09:27 PM
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Good game guys, thought you were going to tie it up there early in the third you guys had a lot of momentum.

Luckily Hornqvist is OK, dangerous play by Spacek though.

And I agree about Gomez, he didn't do a whole lot tonight.

And thanks again for Bouillon, great to hear cheers for him there as well.

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11-18-2010, 09:29 PM
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Good game guys, thought you were going to tie it up there early in the third you guys had a lot of momentum.

Luckily Hornqvist is OK, dangerous play by Spacek though.

And I agree about Gomez, he didn't do a whole lot tonight.

And thanks again for Bouillon, great to hear cheers for him there as well.
I mean this with absolutely no disrespect...

But your the first Nashville fan I ever see on HF.. Maybe our pathes don't cross that often (Thank god for us)

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11-18-2010, 09:31 PM
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Good game guys, thought you were going to tie it up there early in the third you guys had a lot of momentum.

Luckily Hornqvist is OK, dangerous play by Spacek though.

And I agree about Gomez, he didn't do a whole lot tonight.

And thanks again for Bouillon, great to hear cheers for him there as well.
Thanks bud, you guys deserved that win 100%. I miss Bouillon alot. Not that I hate the preds, but I'm happy we don't face them 10 times a year... Felt like a copycat of last game vs them

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11-18-2010, 09:33 PM
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It's kind of hard to tell, but did Hornqvist trip on his own or did Spacek trip him up?
Spacek pushed his skates out from underneath Hornqvist.

Great ovation for Bouillon being named 3rd star! A special moment for him for sure and a classy move by the Montreal crowd!

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11-18-2010, 09:33 PM
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I mean this with absolutely no disrespect...

But your the first Nashville fan I ever see on HF.. Maybe our pathes don't cross that often (Thank god for us)
? I've posted plenty of times through the years over here on the Habs board. Even sported a Habs avatar last years playoffs after the Preds fell apart.

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11-18-2010, 09:34 PM
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the biggest positive thing I can say from that game is the fact that Eller has played greatly. He impressed me his talent is undeniable.

Also I like the Pouliot-Eller-Moen it have some potential.

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11-18-2010, 09:34 PM
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I mean this with absolutely no disrespect...

But your the first Nashville fan I ever see on HF.. Maybe our pathes don't cross that often (Thank god for us)
here is two. not sure how to take that with "no dis-respect" though. guess we should be thankful as well that we dont have to deal with fans that post like this too often. No dis-respect though

i also was a hab fan for ever..always my team in the east. first authentic was a white montreal jersey..little small now, but pull it out every once in a while

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I still don't know why Auld never started.

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Good game guys, thought you were going to tie it up there early in the third you guys had a lot of momentum.

Luckily Hornqvist is OK, dangerous play by Spacek though.

And I agree about Gomez, he didn't do a whole lot tonight.

And thanks again for Bouillon, great to hear cheers for him there as well.
I didn't even realize Bouillon had played tonight... Just goes to show how much attention I paid to the Preds team tonight.. Same thing happens when we play the Devils..

Great game from Rinne and the Preds tonight.. They were the better team and deserved the 2 points..

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I didn't even realize Bouillon had played tonight...
During one of the intermissions on the Preds feed they had a nice segment of Bouillon and his 2 kids playing hockey, really nice.

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just one of those nights...it happens.
Yea those team .. I call them the whatever team (Nashville/Columbus/Panthers/Atlanta )

The habs have difficulties against the low profile team for some reason.It's like .. lacking motivation or something.

Just like they always lose to new jersey even though they suck .. You know what i mean?

It's like the *Nobody * showing up when no one give a hell .. I always have a bad feeling about thise team.

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11-18-2010, 09:39 PM
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here is two. not sure how to take that with "no dis-respect" though. guess we should be thankful as well that we dont have to deal with fans that post like this too often. No dis-respect though

i also was a hab fan for ever..always my team in the east. first authentic was a white montreal jersey..little small now, but pull it out every once in a while
It truly was meant without disrespect. I don't wander too far into the NHL general boards, so I just see what happens here. I can't say you guys come on our board often, probably because we don't play alot.

U mad?

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Spacek pushed his skates out from underneath Hornqvist.

Great ovation for Bouillon being named 3rd star! A special moment for him for sure and a classy move by the Montreal crowd!
I'm glad for Bouillon he had great moment here was a nice and popular player really I really like his character. A true fan favourite that alway work alot !

I think the organization just didn't want a 5'8 dman in a team that already lacked size.

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Habs had their chances, but no bounces tonight.

Cammy-Pleks were not great. Neither was Gomez or most of the team.

This was a game where we missed Markov's transition game. He's so patient with the puck. We needed that tonight.

4th line stood out, which is probably why we lost. When your top players are not your top players....
Plekanec's line, supposedly the Habs' best, was on the ice for all 3 Nashville goals. Needless to say, it was a disappointing game after the Habs conquered the Canucks, Bruins, and Flyers. Interestingly, the Pouliot-Halpern-Garche line remains the toughest to score against.

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i was watching the philly game and ****, as we all know are they filthy dirty. metzaros submarining i think purcell in the 3rd - could've blown out his knee -- hartnell, richards, etc running stamkos ALL night long. even zherdev taking cheap shots...guys who are so ****ing soft on other teams suddenly decide they can behave like sewer rats.

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