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11-20-2010, 01:37 PM
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Bulldogs : Ryan White injured

Sadly, Ryan White injured his knee yesterday and could miss several weeks (ala Markov? Maybe). That would mean, if the habs decide to call up a bulldog, it would be between Palushaj/Desharnais/Maxwell.

http://www.rds.ca/bulldogs/chroniques/310255.html

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Great . There goes calling up him to fill in for 0 goals 0 assists and 0 points pyatt

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11-20-2010, 01:56 PM
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I didn't know Tom Pyatt made the team for his scoring ability? If we're relying on Tom Pyatt to score goals, maybe we're worse than our record suggests.

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Damn...

Only positive is the ''lets rush White to the NHL!'' fanclub won't be as annoying for a few weeks.

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I didn't know Tom Pyatt made the team for his scoring ability? If we're relying on Tom Pyatt to score goals, maybe we're worse than our record suggests.
Woah didn't know that White is way more physical then Pyatt and can fight as well as score some grinder goals . Pyatt has done none of those things . So he is on the team why ??

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Great . There goes calling up him to fill in for 0 goals 0 assists and 0 points pyatt
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Woah didn't know that White is way more physical then Pyatt and can fight as well as score some grinder goals . Pyatt has done none of those things . So he is on the team why ??
he is no reason why the habs are 1st in the PK ?

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he is no reason why the habs are 1st in the PK ?
Gorges and Gill . Enough said.

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11-20-2010, 02:36 PM
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I understand that Pyatt is great on the PK, but if he can't bring in at least 10 points in a season, he's not gonna be an NHLer for long.

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I didn't know Tom Pyatt made the team for his scoring ability? If we're relying on Tom Pyatt to score goals, maybe we're worse than our record suggests.
You don't count on him to score, but he's got to start contributing every now and then or he won't last long at this level.

Also by all accounts Pacioretty is playing fantastic hockey. He could very well be the 1st forward called up.

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Gorges and Gill . Enough said.
for what it's worth, Pyatt is the leader in SH mins/game among our forwards.

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for what it's worth, Pyatt is the leader in SH mins/game among our forwards.
But he doesn't score goals, therefore, he's usless! Waive him!

I guess some people don't understand the concept of role players and that it's not all about goal scoring

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Well, as long as Pyatt will take the league minimum salary, anyway, he'll have a place in the NHL with his PK/forecheck and 0 goals.

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Well, as long as Pyatt will take the league minimum salary, anyway, he'll have a place in the NHL with his PK/forecheck and 0 goals.
I don't understand something. I don't like both Marc-Andre Bergeron and Tom Pyatt. But why everybody here love Tom Pyatt because he is good on the PK but a really bad hockey player ? The same people dislike Bergeron who was a beast on the PP and a really bad hockey player too.

????????????????

Same situation, but anybody can play on the PK. Lapierre, Moen, Boyd, Halpern, Eller name it. They all can do the job.

It's sad for Ryan White. Poor kid, it was suppose to be his year (but the coaching staff prefer to put a defensemen on the third line+Pyatt and Eller with an average of 0 goals and 0,5pts this year...) Pyat... For a rare time in my life, I can't stand a player of my own team

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I don't understand something. I don't like both Marc-Andre Bergeron and Tom Pyatt. But why everybody here love Tom Pyatt because he is good on the PK but a really bad hockey player ? The same people dislike Bergeron who was a beast on the PP and a really bad hockey player too.

????????????????

Same situation, but anybody can play on the PK. Lapierre, Moen, Boyd, Halpern, Eller name it. They all can do the job.

It's sad for Ryan White. Poor kid, it was suppose to be his year (but the coaching staff prefer to put a defensemen on the third line+Pyatt and Eller with an average of 0 goals and 0,5pts this year...) Pyat... For a rare time in my life, I can't stand a player of my own team
a defensive error is more visible than an offensive error.
that explains why MAB was "hated".
I appreciated what MAB put on the table for the habs. he "saved" the season. Cause without a PP, we would've not made the playoffs.

Pyatt is doing his job on the PK (and he proved it) and having less ES ice time than Eller

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a defensive error is more visible than an offensive error.
that explains why MAB was "hated".
I appreciated what MAB put on the table for the habs. he "saved" the season. Cause without a PP, we would've not made the playoffs.

Pyatt is doing his job on the PK (and he proved it) and having less ES ice time than Eller
Most of the game is played 5v5, bergeron hurts us 5v5. He's a specialist and that's all and most people would much rather have someone like pyatt than bergeron for those simple reasons.

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Hope it's not too serious and he recovers fully. The kid is sooooo close to the NHL.

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Gorges and Gill . Enough said.
Do you honestly think that is reason enough to explain the success of our PK this year? As if it were that simple? Just Gorges and Gill. You undersell so many people if that is truly your opinion, both people on the ice and in the coaching staff. However, the guy you undersell more than any other is Carey Price. You honestly believe he is not one of the major reasons of our penalty killing success this year?

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I don't understand something. I don't like both Marc-Andre Bergeron and Tom Pyatt. But why everybody here love Tom Pyatt because he is good on the PK but a really bad hockey player ? The same people dislike Bergeron who was a beast on the PP and a really bad hockey player too.
I'm only throwing this out there by way of trying to find an explanation in answer to your question, but perhaps people disliked MAB because they felt that despite any strength he brought to the PP, he undid that by way of some poor defensive play. While Tom Pyatt isn't scoring goals/points, he brings something to the team without costing the team much. Plus Tom is a young player and could be expected to have some weak points and make some mistakes whereas MAB is a seasoned veteran. Just a thought.

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he is no reason why the habs are 1st in the PK ?
How many extra PP goals would the Habs have allowed if they didn't have Pyatt? IMO you're attributing too much of their PK success to him. Not only that, but he's no threat to score shorties,

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But he doesn't score goals, therefore, he's usless! Waive him!

I guess some people don't understand the concept of role players and that it's not all about goal scoring
Suppose Cammalleri or another top line forward is injured during a game. Pyatt would be given extra minutes out of necessity. I suppose that wouldn't be a handicap?

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Why isn't Brock Trotter getting a sniff yet? How is he playing?

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Why isn't Brock Trotter getting a sniff yet? How is he playing?
not sure if serious

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Do you honestly think that is reason enough to explain the success of our PK this year? As if it were that simple? Just Gorges and Gill. You undersell so many people if that is truly your opinion, both people on the ice and in the coaching staff. However, the guy you undersell more than any other is Carey Price. You honestly believe he is not one of the major reasons of our penalty killing success this year?



I'm only throwing this out there by way of trying to find an explanation in answer to your question, but perhaps people disliked MAB because they felt that despite any strength he brought to the PP, he undid that by way of some poor defensive play. While Tom Pyatt isn't scoring goals/points, he brings something to the team without costing the team much. Plus Tom is a young player and could be expected to have some weak points and make some mistakes whereas MAB is a seasoned veteran. Just a thought.
MAB isn't too much of a liability when he plays as the 4th line LW and serves on the PP, but what about when he has to put in considerable minutes as a Dman?

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not sure if serious
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a defensive error is more visible than an offensive error.
that explains why MAB was "hated".
I appreciated what MAB put on the table for the habs. he "saved" the season. Cause without a PP, we would've not made the playoffs.

Pyatt is doing his job on the PK (and he proved it) and having less ES ice time than Eller
On pace, 2010-11 Tom Pyatt's season
82gms, 0gls, 0assists, 0pts, -19, 10pim

A joke

It's the NHL, you must have a minimum of offensive talent. It's not the same thing for a D like Gill, but for a forward it's a real joke. In any other NHL team, this guy is in the AHL right now.

Ryan White better in every aspect of the game than Pyatt. He would do exactly the same job on the PK.

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Your sarcasm detector is working great today
it's in the shop.

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