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02-06-2011, 05:48 PM
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Devils always beat us, no surprise. They have our number.
So this is how it feels....they have our number like we have the Bruins...Look on the bright side, we only face them 4 times a year, while we face the Ruins 6.

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Hope I did that right. Missing an empty net does happen

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Now watch the NHL put the same refs in the Boston game against Montreal. They'll make calls against Gomez every chance they get just to show don't mess with them.

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Justin St-Pierre + Montreal = 1 pp opportunity for the habs
1 too many, I guess.

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It's funny watching Kovalchuk be so happy with his empty net goal, I wonder if his teammates like him?
I thought his danny-briere celly on the redirect was amusing. He didn't even know where the puck was when it bounces off of him

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Brodeur only needs 1 period to beat us now.

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Yesterday. I said to my friend, after winning against the Rags, that today's game would be a no show for the refs where no hooking, tripping or interference call would be whistled, and where the only PPs the Habs would get would be on a highstick or too many men. I wasn't far off.

When something like this becomes so predictable, there is a definite problem, a corruption somewhere in the system.

But we live in a society that believes in the fairytale economic system of eternal debt and fractional reserve central banking with compounded interests with fictional money created out of thin air and created as debt, so I'm not at all surprised as to how many people buy the party line.


Money does grow on trees, and NHL refs are helping the league control it's business and help hockey in the states.
I am drinking that kool-aid brother. There is an agenda everywhere.

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Garbage? Where to find better refs?

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I'm glad Gomez let St. Pierre hear it. And I'm also glad it was at the end that he got tossed and we weren't at a disadvantage

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He got benched.
Thanks.

I was wondering if it was an injury, i did not saw him on the bench too.

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Habs did a pretty good job of working through the trap and getting pressure in the zone but obviously are having trouble scoring.

I was very happy to see Poulliot up with Pleks and Kostitsyn but thought he looked a step behind both of them. I don't know if I've seen them together so maybe it's just a matter of getting a chance to play for a while and learn how to play together.

Also like that that left Pacioretty with Gionta and Gomez. Like that trio together.

Eller didn't look great. He seemed just a step behind and that's generally how I've viewed him over the season. I'm excited for his future though because he has great size and seems to have very good skills. Hopefully, they're patient.

Picard also seems to look ok but also always seems to make his partner play worse.

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02-06-2011, 05:58 PM
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Last time

The refing in today's game reminded me of game 4 in the second round of the 2010 playoffs and a read this article about a game in 2003
http://www.cbc.ca/sports/story/2003/...ils030107.html

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02-06-2011, 05:59 PM
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Yesterday. I said to my friend, after winning against the Rags, that today's game would be a no show for the refs where no hooking, tripping or interference call would be whistled, and where the only PPs the Habs would get would be on a highstick or too many men. I wasn't far off.

When something like this becomes so predictable, there is a definite problem, a corruption somewhere in the system.

But we live in a society that believes in the fairytale economic system of eternal debt and fractional reserve central banking with compounded interests with fictional money created out of thin air and created as debt, so I'm not at all surprised as to how many people buy the party line.


Money does grow on trees, and NHL refs are helping the league control it's business and help hockey in the states.




In all seriousness I agree with you, the pic was too tempting though. The world appears to be falling apart at the seams.

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In all seriousness I agree with you, the pic was too tempting though. The world appears to be falling apart at the seams.
Can someone put Gomez under the tin foil hat

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I am drinking that kool-aid brother. There is an agenda everywhere.
Yeah, you're right, people don't lie and cheat for more money.

It's never been a constant in our society.

Instead of condescending me, open a book, read-up instead of being spoonfed your daily dose of (in) formation.

It's hilarious to see the typical triggered reactions that these subjects bring. People are well trained at denial

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Well we saw the real nature of Pouliot tonight, a soft player who needs to fill his frame..

Gomez makes me cry.. we were due to lose one and the devils were just more hungry..

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02-06-2011, 06:06 PM
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Lol kinda funny when you think of who won the Cup that year. But yeah, bad officiating today.

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Yesterday. I said to my friend, after winning against the Rags, that today's game would be a no show for the refs where no hooking, tripping or interference call would be whistled, and where the only PPs the Habs would get would be on a highstick or too many men. I wasn't far off.

When something like this becomes so predictable, there is a definite problem, a corruption somewhere in the system.

But we live in a society that believes in the fairytale economic system of eternal debt and fractional reserve central banking with compounded interests with fictional money created out of thin air and created as debt, so I'm not at all surprised as to how many people buy the party line.


Money does grow on trees, and NHL refs are helping the league control it's business and help hockey in the states.
Highsticking was even a no go.

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02-06-2011, 06:08 PM
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Did anyone expect a win?

4th game this week against a team that has had our number and is on a roll.

I didn't watch the game but lets move on and get ready for the big game against the Bruins. Win and we tie.

Devils are a much better team with Lemaire, they beat the Rangers and Flyers on the road as well in the past 2 weeks.

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02-06-2011, 06:09 PM
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OK, I wasn't able to watch this one but am I really the only one not actually angry that we lost? I can't bring myself to dislike the Devils. I don't know many of their fans but they've never struck me as irritating like Flyers or Hawks bandwagoners. And this is a team that is clawing it's way out of the cellar, I can't hate on them when their fanbase has had to eat humble pie all season. I wish we'd BEAT THEM when they come to the Bell Center once in awhile, but this isn't a team that infuriates me like many others do.

Again though, I wasn't able to watch so I can't comment on the reffing or the supposed "trap" play (really, we're calling others out on playing the trap? REALLY?) but it's just a loss. Let's chill and move on to the next game.

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Looks like even Lou fell asleep in the press box.. LOL

Do me a favor keep killing the sabres, carolina, pens, and rags, trashers, washington all season

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4 games in 6 days, I had a feeling this wasn't gonna be pretty.

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Well we saw the real nature of Pouliot tonight, a soft player who needs to fill his frame..

Gomez makes me cry.. we were due to lose one and the devils were just more hungry..
I don't think it had anuything to do with hunger. They got the breaks tonight. First goal Zubrus should ahve been sitting in the box with us on the PP instead of celebrating a goal. the second one was off Kovalchuk's shaft, it's the sort of thing that happenens every 90 or 100 shots. Even the Zajack goal there was a scrum in front and suddenlt he's all alone with the puck. Meanwhile at the other end we miss a bunch of good chances.

Just one of those games...

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4 games in 6 days, I had a feeling this wasn't gonna be pretty.
it was 4 in 6.

I walked in and saw it was 2-0 jersey so I left and didn't watch the game. lol im a loyal guy but when its early deficit vs Jersey, I'd just get way to frustrated if I stay and watch the whole game.

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02-06-2011, 06:22 PM
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If I was coach after the nom call on the gomez and Hedberg I would have fliping on the bench

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