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03-22-2011, 09:14 PM
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I was hoping a bit more from Adolph Eller tonight. DD was the only good centre for the Habs.
What happend with your original post? You said JM said Pleks would make the trip?

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03-22-2011, 09:15 PM
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Wasn't a horrific collective effort per se, I can maybe single out 2-3 players that were atrocious. But really it was more of the Sabres playing a PERFECT road game and Miller being Miller. Not to mention the refs putting the whistles away in the end.

Tough loss with everyone else winning and Boston next.
This. People need to take a deep breath and realise what kind of lineup the Habs are icing with all the injuries. It's a miracle they were able to remain competitive. Yes Cammy and Gomez are having ****** seasons but the team is missing too many key pieces to throw a hissy fit every time they lose. .500 hockey is what we can expect until a few key ingredients come back.

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I was hoping a bit more from Adolph Eller tonight. DD was the only good centre for the Habs.
yeah...kid was a lil nervous tonight, weve all seen him alot sharper

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A guy like Cammy who takes his health seriously. Gobbles up all kinds of health foods. Goes for acupuncture. He sure does looks like crap most nights.

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What happend with your original post? You said JM said Pleks would make the trip?
Haha my bad, I read something on Twitter, but it wasn't so much a fact than it was someone merely hoping Pleks will be in Boston.

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Haha my bad, I read something on Twitter, but it wasn't so much a fact than it was merely someone hoping Pleks will be in Boston.
I got excited lol.

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lol Picard might just be the dumbest player I've ever seen when he has the puck. Weber is already 10x better then this oaf, and so is Mara. If for no other reason than not having to play Picard, trading for Paul Mara was brilliant.

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Gomez actually played well tonight.
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yeah real well.

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I got excited lol.
I'm sorry Gary.

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Wasn't a horrific collective effort per se, I can maybe single out 2-3 players that were atrocious. But really it was more of the Sabres playing a PERFECT road game and Miller being Miller. Not to mention the refs putting the whistles away in the end.

Tough loss with everyone else winning and Boston next.
That's the Lindy Ruff rule the NHL added for Sabres games against the Habs.

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no urgency in our team game, and if any, it was too little too late. would have been alot worse if it wasn't for price.

credit to buffalo, they pushed harder, controlled and dictated the play throughout the game.

picard reacted so slowly and poor decision making, i think the pace was too fast for him. i'd rather have weber in. top 2 lines not the same without plecs and no one really stepped up.

file this one away, very disappointing effort but we need to bounce back in a big way for next game. whenever we close in on boston, we falter and have a stinker like this one.

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03-22-2011, 09:25 PM
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The Gods turned their backs on us tonight because we destroyed the wild. It will be different against Boston.

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03-22-2011, 09:26 PM
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I knew after they scored 8 that they would come up empty the next game or two. An absolutely terrible effort.

Sure they can lose the game, but 2-0 at home in a playoff stretch against a team chasing you? No excuse.

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03-22-2011, 09:35 PM
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I've seen people mentioning here they suspect Cammy is injured but as that been confirmed.. He's not contributing much to the team right now and looks terrified of any form contact..

Sadly the injuries are finally starting to catch up to this team. The Habs deserve big props for winning games with such a depleted line up going down the stretch.

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Andrei Kostitsyn was a beast tonight !

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Even with all the injuries it still sucks losing to Miller with Gerbil the midget scoring both goals.. I would've even been satisfied with 1 point tonight..

Should be an interesting game on Thursday.. If the Bruins can't beat this injury depleted Habs team full of AHL players at home they have no excuses..

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03-22-2011, 10:04 PM
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I cannot believe this. Out of 4 possible outcomes Habs Rangers tonight, we get the worst.

Just before Pax gets hurt, I thought we had a pretty good chance at third, 4th or 5th. We were rolling.

Even after, I thought 6th was pretty solid, as we were well up on the Rags and Buff.

Then we lose to the Rags, a huge game that no seems to realize was that important, and it had to be the second of a back to back.

Then we lose Pleks, Halpern and Sopel.

Then the Rags proceed to win 5 in a row.

Un fackin real. Everything that could go wrong, did.

This is just unreal. We may well finish 7th, and have to face Wash or worse, Philly.

When 2 weeks ago, I thought we might win the division.

Fack our luck is just **** **** -****

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03-22-2011, 10:06 PM
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I'm not very surprised, very few good games follow ones similar to Sunday's.

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Wow Moen played almost 20 minutes tonight.

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I fell asleep during the 1st and missed the game. Glad I got the extra sleep

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03-22-2011, 10:10 PM
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sabres played a perfect road game.an remember they are playin for they re lives.they beat us by a goal.lol. oh nooooo.worst game ever in the history of the universe.c mon people.

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i was there

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I thought Desharnais was one of the few players who had jump for montreal.

You could tell which team needed this win more.

I'm happy we didnt lose another player tonight.

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03-22-2011, 10:20 PM
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Only caught the last period of the game, thought Cammalleri's passing was awful out there, some very poor decisions.

DD looked really good, dominate at times.

Eller and his line looked well, but the work wasn't getting the results needed.

Picard on the PK in the last half of the game, thought that was a risky play as he doesn't look good.

Hope Sopel heals soon, and hope Pleks and Halpern can play very soon too.

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03-22-2011, 10:23 PM
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I've seen people mentioning here they suspect Cammy is injured but as that been confirmed.. He's not contributing much to the team right now and looks terrified of any form contact..
Even if he is injured... he's somehow good enough to play PK minutes.

And his problems this year started long before he got hurt. This guy has honestly been worse with the puck than Ryder was in his dreadful 07-08 year. Sure Cammy will put up more points because he's way more talented, but its getting depressing watching him screw up with the puck literally every. single. time.

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