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04-08-2011, 10:57 PM
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The Habs franchise sort of did.

From 1998-99 to 2006-07, the Habs missed the playoffs five times out of eight. Not as bad as the Maple Leafs (and Panthers) drought, but still bad nonetheless.
What a sad time its was
But I should of been on the waiting list a that time for season tickets I would of got them allot faster.

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Rest Price, please. Freak injuries always happens in Toronto. I'd rest Moen and Halpern too, if it means it's last game of the year for Pyatt and Weber (which I hope so, not because they're bad, but because it would mean no injury).

ATM
Darche - Gomez - Gionta
Pouliot - Desharnais - Pyatt
White - Eller - Weber

And in the lineup, if Pacioretty can't play:

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Darche - Gomez - Gionta
Pouliot - Desharnais - Moen
White - Eller - Halpern

unfortunately, cant say I'm confident with that lineup... replace Darche with Pacioretty, and it's another story (thus bumping Eller out ot the lineup for a Darche - Halpern - White effective fourth line).
BINGO!!!!!!!! Don't risk Price getting hurt. Freak stuff always happens against them and Toronto always goes hard to the net.

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Get the 2 points, no injuries please, and maybe Subban scores 1-2 goals to tie/pass Lapointe.

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The Habs franchise sort of did.

From 1998-99 to 2006-07, the Habs missed the playoffs five times out of eight. Not as bad as the Maple Leafs (and Panthers) drought, but still bad nonetheless.
Still no 6 straight seasons. That would be a disaster.

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Get the 2 points, no injuries please, and maybe Subban scores 1-2 goals to tie/pass Lapointe.
This. Play the system, get pucks to the net and WIN.

As for the Sabres, lets hope they have an emotional let down after having clinched. They also are not great historically in Columbus. It is also the Blue Jackets last home game so I am sure they will play great.

However, we won't need to worry about the Buffalo game if WE WIN!

GO HABS GO!

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The Habs franchise sort of did.

From 1998-99 to 2006-07, the Habs missed the playoffs five times out of eight. Not as bad as the Maple Leafs (and Panthers) drought, but still bad nonetheless.

1999-2001 really felt bleak not only because the habs missed the playoffs 3 years in a row, but also because it was tough to see light at the end of the tunnel. By the time Gillette came in, you could see some changes taking place and hope being restored.

It was 99-01 that was really tough to handle. Since then, the habs have missed the playoffs only twice and one of those seasons came down to the final game of the season.

As bad as that time was, the habs still went down to the final game in the injury riddled 2000 campaign before being eliminated from playoff contention

What the leafs are going through is at least two times worst than what was considered to be the darkest period in habs history. Besides 2007, the leafs havent even had a sniff since the lockout.


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Sorry guys, gotta predict a loss. Toronto almost always place us hard, they've been one of the hottest teams in the second half, they're at home, and lets face it, this game is their playoffs. They'll be fired up, we won't.

I'd rather we rested key players tonight and not risk injury. Didn't they call up Colborne for tonight? Not sure why.

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Suuuuuuubannnnn hatty on the calder vezina and hart winner Reimer

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Leafs expected line-up:

MacArthur-Grabovski-Kulemin
Lupul-Colborne-Kessel
Kadri-Bozak-Frattin
Crabb-Boyce-Brown

Aulie-Phaneuf
Gunnarsson-Schenn
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Sorry guys, gotta predict a loss. Toronto almost always place us hard, they've been one of the hottest teams in the second half, they're at home, and lets face it, this game is their playoffs. They'll be fired up, we won't.

I'd rather we rested key players tonight and not risk injury. Didn't they call up Colborne for tonight? Not sure why.
I don't think our boys want to lose and end up playing the Flyers. At least I hope not.

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Going to the game, will be nice to send the Leafs golfing with a loss in their last home game.

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I don't think our boys want to lose and end up playing the Flyers. At least I hope not.
Except that if we and the flyers lose and pittsburgh wins, then we face them in the playoffs. Still too many variables to know who we are going to face... kind of crazy how close it is on the last day when you think about it...

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