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04-07-2011, 01:11 PM
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It's always a long off-season when your team don't make the playoffs. It sucks because it took until late February for this team to be enjoyable to watch.

Will be an interesting off-season though with some changes to both the coaching staff and the main roster...A lot of positives going into next season and a lot of question marks for the team to address.
True say.

I'm sure this offseason will be better than the last. Or at least I hope so.

Then again, the last offseason without the playoffs we had the benifit of Dany ****ing Heatley demanding a trade request. That was entertaining to say the least...

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04-07-2011, 01:56 PM
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Per Scott MacArthur.

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When Clouston leaves, is shannon going with him?

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I would be pissed off too, what a ridiculous question. Some of the questions these "reporters" ask make no sense. I would love to see someone respond with "that's the best question you can come up with? Next."
So you've never seen this I guess...


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04-07-2011, 02:33 PM
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If you're playing proline tonight, Ottawa is a great pick. Montreal will loose this one so they don't have to play Boston in the first round.
Montreal wants to play Boston.

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04-07-2011, 02:36 PM
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Montreal wants to play Boston.


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04-07-2011, 02:38 PM
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Montreal's had their way with Boston, so it wouldn't shock me if they come out on top.

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04-07-2011, 02:40 PM
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Yes. They are 4-2 vs Boston this year and have historically done very well against them. You might look at the 7-0 loss last game and say they have no chance but that isn't true. They have had their way with Thomas and the Bruins the past 2 seasons.

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Bruins in 5.

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04-07-2011, 02:43 PM
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That's what they always say.

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04-07-2011, 02:44 PM
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Clouston's last game at SBP. Hopefully he can give us a loss as a farewell gift.

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04-07-2011, 02:46 PM
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Bruins in 5.
True. True.

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Although thats a great playoff coaching matchup, Martin vs. Julien. Whoever gets the first goal will try and sit on it the rest of the game.

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Montreal's had their way with Boston, so it wouldn't shock me if they come out on top.
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Yes. They are 4-2 vs Boston this year and have historically done very well against them. You might look at the 7-0 loss last game and say they have no chance but that isn't true. They have had their way with Thomas and the Bruins the past 2 seasons.
Playoffs are a different ball game. The Habs head into the series with a crap load of uncertainty....seemed like the last drubbing messed with them a little.

Either way MTL's going to be looking to stay sharp tonight, even with two games left they really don't have much control over who they play. I doubt it's going to be a joke like Philly showing up the other night.

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Da Costa hasn't shown the best skating, but I've seen much worse in the NHL. He's still able to keep up with the play, and make some good moves. He also has a nice shot and if Condra (?) was a bit faster he would have had an assist in the game against Philly. Like I said there's not enough information to say one way or another, but I like what I've seen so far even in his limited minutes.
Yes and in very limited opportunity/ice-time, he almost scored 2 goals :

- Off the post against the Leafs
- took a nice glove save from Bobrovsky to prevent his first NHL goal

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Bruins in 5.


Boston in 3.

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04-07-2011, 03:30 PM
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Clouston got pissed off during his pre-game interview when a reporter asked him what he wanted to be doing next season. Pretty funny.
I liked his fire!

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When Clouston leaves, is shannon going with him?
Shannon will at least have a job in the NHL; not sure about the other guy.

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I'm thinking 5-3 Ottawa.

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04-07-2011, 04:00 PM
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The Bruins look at a match-up with the Habs like this:


History has not been kind to them in the playoffs.

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