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View Poll Results: Who would you like to see win tonight. Toronto or Montreal
I Hope Toronto Kicks butt... better for the standings 42 50.60%
I would rather see montreal win... better for our pick..*cringe* 41 49.40%
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02-12-2011, 06:24 PM
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I hope the arena caves in, but seriously someone has to lose, that's the best part.

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02-12-2011, 06:33 PM
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I want to see Toronto lose worse than Montreal. Montreal has injuries and I really think Boston is the better team and is going to win the division regardless.

Another lottery pick is massive. We will get that much better of a player to combat the Habs in the future.

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02-12-2011, 06:35 PM
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I hope the arena caves in, but seriously someone has to lose, that's the best part.
I agree. I just hope its not a three point game that would suck (btw- you are posting with a *)

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02-12-2011, 06:37 PM
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Good to see Boyce back after losing a nostril. Has anyone seen that picture? Worth a search if not.

It was grisly. Poor *******.

Leafs looking alright so far tonight. I want to see Komisarek fight, er...slap purses with Gill.

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02-12-2011, 06:40 PM
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It was grisly. Poor *******.

Leafs looking alright so far tonight. I want to see Komisarek fight, er...slap purses with Gill.
Just saw the second angle too. See-through nostril is see-through lol

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02-12-2011, 06:45 PM
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I would rather have Montreal win, I feel confident that we will win the division with ease, our last 6 games of the year are, Leafs, Thrashers, Rangers, Islanders, Senators and Devils and we still have cap to improve what ever we need (hopefully a veteran third line center and a PMD).

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02-12-2011, 06:55 PM
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IMO generations have nothing to do with it. I'm not "rooting" for either team, but I want that lottery pick, and I have faith in the Bruins to stay ahead of the Habs, so I hope the Leafs lose.

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02-12-2011, 07:01 PM
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IMO generations have nothing to do with it. I'm not "rooting" for either team, but I want that lottery pick, and I have faith in the Bruins to stay ahead of the Habs, so I hope the Leafs lose.
No doubt.

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02-12-2011, 07:02 PM
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The ONLY way I EVER cheer for a Habs win is if it meant that the B`s snag a playoff spot because they were chasing the team the Habs were playing. CASE CLOSED, draft schmaft, I hate the Habs, a hatred that burns with the heat of 1000 suns with tobasco sauce on it.
I have unfortunately seen the Habs win the Stanley Cup too many times for my liking, the 1970's were very horrible when following the Bruins and watching the Habs win thier share of Stanley Cups.
1971,1973,1976,1977,1978,1979 those were very horrible days for me as I had to watch the Habs win practically year after year in a 10 year span.

The 1980's was pretty good since it was only once in 1986.
The 1990's just as the 1980's it happened once in 1993.

Ergo, the less I see the Habs in the playoffs the better I feel about everything else around me.

Residing in Montreal all my life accumulated with the hatred I have for the Habs makes me feel this way.


I actaully have a bigger euphoria in seeing the Habs lose than the Bruins win.


There is no way on earth that I would ever cheer the Habs to win. Ever that is........

If the Bruins cannot make the playoffs on their own well that is just too bad.

However, seeing the Habs lose brings a smile upon my face like nothing else in life.

If the Habs do not make the playoffs all together than it becomes orgasmic for me.

I really despise this team to its outmost and I will never ever cheer for them to win.

EVER THAT IS!!

BTW, In case you are wondering, I want TORONTO to win tonight.....

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After watching that clown Subban tonight, I really wish someone from your team knocked him the **** out.

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02-12-2011, 08:08 PM
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btw it's at 38-38 now

right down the middle.

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02-12-2011, 08:32 PM
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well 3 zip for Montreal. It was a win/win but looks like our high pick is just a tiny bit safer with a schedule after detroit again, its Toronto, Islanders, Ottawa. Division "should" be pretty safe to at least D-day. I would say.

Was interesting seeing people point of view division title vs pick... I just hope we trade toronto's pick or after the year so I personally and focus clearly on my hatred to montreal (and cooke).

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02-12-2011, 08:39 PM
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Go Montreal!

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Go Montreal!
HEY now.. thats a little too much...

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I'm confident the B's will be able to stay ahead of the habs regardless of the outcome of tonights game. Every point counts for the laughs, and every loss they rack up could help improve Boston's position at the trade deadline too.

Therefore, I want the winner of tonights game to be the Ha...
I hope that Montreal wi....

Alright can't seem to type that. Let's just say I want the team from Toronto to lose.

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02-12-2011, 08:52 PM
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The Habs aren't THAT good, and the Leafs shouldn't be THAT bad. After the 1st period, it really was a snoozer.

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HEY now.. thats a little too much...
Lol was wondering how long it would take for someone to quote that.

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I'm confident the B's will be able to stay ahead of the habs regardless of the outcome of tonights game. Every point counts for the laughs, and every loss they rack up could help improve Boston's position at the trade deadline too.

Therefore, I want the winner of tonights game to be the Ha...
I hope that Montreal wi....

Alright can't seem to type that. Let's just say I want the team from Toronto to lose.
Guess there was no way for both teams to lose. Sigh... I guess the best choice was the team from M.o.n.t.r.e.a.l to win. I figured it would less painful to type it if I separated the letters.

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