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02-12-2011, 09:23 PM
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So the butt rub will replace the triple low 5?


I believe, in Pokemon, it's called a tail whip

Or, in the WWE, it's a stinkface

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Gomez has no confidence whatsoever, the guy is thinking too much out there.
Yup. It's clear his confidence is very low. His current puck control isn't even the shadow what we normally see.

Good to see him with Gio tonight. Playing with AK46 and Eller certaintly won't help him build confidence.

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02-12-2011, 09:24 PM
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So the butt rub will replace the triple low 5?
No they did the triple low five then Price kind of went for Subban. Maybe they did it in the past it's not something I normally notice but this time it was right in the middle of the screen and the camera guy zoomed in a little

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02-12-2011, 09:25 PM
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Did they touch butts?
It's called a moon landing

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Butt rubbing doesn't mean anything.

Price and Subban are pretty much just Troy and Abed from Community.

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02-12-2011, 09:26 PM
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I wouldn't complain about that.. Hammer as really shown his worth these past 2 seasons after Markov went down..

Even Spacek as been looking decent lately and I thought he had a solid game tonight..
It seems like every time someone beats up Spacek he starts playing better. Maybe teams will leave him alone from now on.

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02-12-2011, 09:27 PM
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Butt rubbing doesn't mean anything.

Price and Subban are pretty much just Troy and Abed from Community.

Spot on.

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02-12-2011, 09:31 PM
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Price rubbed his butt on Subban like a dog in heat. You shouldn't of inquired but you were asking for it.
In the tunnel after the game Desharnais was signing some autographs and Price face washed him with his glove and Desharnais turned around with a huge smile on his face..

Great night for Desharnais.. He may not have the size but his skill set is very impressive and he's been showing he belongs.. It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog.

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02-12-2011, 09:34 PM
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Better?
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In the tunnel after the game Desharnais was signing some autographs and Price face washed him with his glove and Desharnais turned around with a huge smile on his face..

Great night for Desharnais.. He may not have the size but his skill set is very impressive and he's been showing he belongs.. It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog.
Double-D is showing signs of becoming a star in the same vein as Marty St. Louis. A tiny dude with speed, skates, hands, vision, work-ethic, heart and...um...a french name?

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02-12-2011, 09:37 PM
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The sad news: Boston closer to 1st pick
The Leafs can do damage to other teams until they face the Habs again. Besides, Edmonton lost. True, it was to Ottawa, but the Sens won't get out of the cellar.

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02-12-2011, 09:40 PM
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Double-D is showing signs of becoming a star in the same vein as Marty St. Louis. A tiny dude with speed, skates, hands, vision, work-ethic, heart and...um...a french name?
Yeah i was JUST gonna say, could we have our very own marty st louis??

ill never forget watching tampa bay at the bell center, only 1 man stood out the most (stamkos wasnt there yet), and it was marty, ..you could see what makes him "elite", and its positioning in the offensive zone, always moving around, never staying in the same spot for too long, ALWAYs trying to create something, it was amazing to watch

i hope desharnais turns out to be a poor mans st louis, cuz ill take it

i find it so funny tho, when kovalev was on the team, even at 6"2, we were considered a small team, then we add 5"9 cammy and 5"7 gionta, ..AND NOW what looks like the next big thing, is 5"6... its so unfair lol

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02-12-2011, 09:41 PM
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Double-D is showing signs of becoming a star in the same vein as Marty St. Louis. A tiny dude with speed, skates, hands, vision, work-ethic, heart and...um...a french name?
He has really impressed me, and for a small guy he still gets in the dirty areas.

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02-12-2011, 09:42 PM
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Regardless of fault or not, 8 pucks went passed him. Allowing 0 goals against the Leafs is great for his conscience.
Well, Tim Thomas allowed 6 goals, and then the Wings pounced on Raskolnikov and Thomas for 6 more.

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Nice to see the CBC point out that certain Leaf players were dirty towards PK.

Its refreshing.

Oh yeah... keep bashing DD... it just makes him play better

1 point back of the Boston Pigs

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02-12-2011, 09:45 PM
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Why can't they frikking make the boards less rigid????
they will adress the situation this summer..

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02-12-2011, 09:46 PM
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The hoodie that the guy is wearing on the left hand side of the Canadiens website...Anyone know where I can buy that? Cant seem to find it in their store.

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02-12-2011, 09:51 PM
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There must have been a thread on the main board here about Boyce shooting the puck at PK but it got deleted by a mod before I saw it right?

Edit.. I just realized that it was Boyce and not Crabb.. I don't know why I said Crabb instead of Boyce..


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02-12-2011, 09:53 PM
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Anybody remember that Leafs blog that kept track of the last time Price won a game at the Bell Centre?


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Any updates on Pacioretty yet?

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There must have been a thread on the main board here about Crabb shooting the puck at PK but it got deleted by a mod before I saw it right?
The PK bashing thread has been deleted.

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02-12-2011, 10:00 PM
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Mike Keane on CBC saying some very nice things about Pat Burns..

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02-12-2011, 10:00 PM
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I was watching the game on tv and saw that some seats and somthing white covering them. Anyone know what they are?

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There must have been a thread on the main board here about Crabb shooting the puck at PK but it got deleted by a mod before I saw it right?
Well if so, it would have turn out as "Well he deserved it...". I know I'm not listening to myself, but I can't believe what the general board has become. It's an anti-Habs all over the place with french canadian remarks that are totally going unnoticed and unpunished 'cause it still goes on and on and on....Seems that the Habs are just a big reason to regroup as fanbases of every team in 1 common goal....It's incredibly pathetic....

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02-12-2011, 10:01 PM
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Well, Tim Thomas allowed 6 goals, and then the Wings pounced on Raskolnikov and Thomas for 6 more.
If Detroit can get another 6 Sunday there will be some panick in Boston. I think Thomas is going to come down very soon. One thing to remember Montreal, Detroit and Philly all have great transition and speed games. All these teams expose the Bruins during games, sure Boston beat Montreal this last game but they were getting lit up as well. Bruins better hope Thomas stays hot.

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