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04-18-2011, 09:09 PM
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Why are Hammer and Spacegoat playing together again?
Honestly. That line has been brutal all year long. I for one was not anxiously awaiting the Spacek return. The guy is having some sort of identity crisis. He has no idea if he is an offensive D-man or a defensive one so he fails at both. Unfortunately, at 37, I can't see him finding his game again.

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Team finished the game the right way.. they're probably pumped for game 4, and they will win it. The Bruins don't scare them at all.

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Awesome second and third, we have them, this is merely a speedbump. It will be different on thursday. My intuition for this game was a loss, I dont know why, but I moved to my "Lucky Chair" for the second and third period and things were different. I am sleeping in that chair for the next 3 days. That last shot by Gomez, 1 inch higher and we are in OT now. It looks good for us, way to keep us humble Bruins, we will win this!!!!!!

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Pouliot was benches if anyone noticed.

That was dominance. Not skating around in your opponents zone for 15 mins.

Am I the only one that disagrees with pulling your goalie? Should have put Plek, kostityn and gionta with Wiz and Subby on the ice for the last minute after taking a time out.

No biggy. Bruins are out of gas and you can tell.

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Proud of the third period, but the team lack execution and finish during this game, nervous perhaps ? Anyway that was still one hell of a game.

I found that Sopel was really awesome tonight.

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Price made a mistake because he was "too calm"

I don't mind that right now.

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Hamrlik, Spacek and Gomez were a combined 16 million of sucktitude tonight.

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they shot too high tonight no rebound if u dont hit the pads.. i just dont get it so many chances to shoot low but they didnt..

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Well I wasn't expecting a sweep. Habs prove they can close the gap of a deficit better than the B's. Hate that in hinged on a Price **** up. Oh well.

AK you sir are a beast.

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I was dreading this game. Anyway, now that the whole team knows what it's like to play in the Bell center in the playoffs, maybe they can get a better start to game 4.

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Price was at fault for the first and 3rd goals. He was playing 3 feet outside the net on the first one. Stay in the net and its an easy save. Forget about the third one. No need to explain that one.

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Terrible PP.

Terrible first period.

Bad turnover by Price leading to a goal.

Gomez... is well Gomez, missed an amazing chance to tie this game...

Pleks missing a pass to Cammy which could have been a great chance, most likely even a goal.

Spacek and Hamrlik out there with like 1:30 left? Really?

Price pulled kind of late, we were dominating their zone for almost 2 full minutes prior to pulling Price in the last minute.

Hamrlik should NEVER pinch.

Ugh. So much fail in a single game

I see you're a glass half full kind of guy.

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So... We almost tie up a game where we played absolute crap in the first half of the game?

Plus, the GWG was caused by Price, on a silly move?

Can't say I am ashamed of my team. Habs in 5!
It wasn't the move that was silly, he has to come out and paly the puck when he can, but it was a very poor time to throw it up the middle as Peverley was one of 2 or 3 Boston players in the area.

Give them credit for battling back, but not a very good first 30 minutes.

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When was the other one ? He better not have called one during the goal review.
Yeah he called it during the goal review. I don't think anyone really thought it was going to be reviewed, seemed like they just went to make sure during the timeout

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I'm sorry, but I have a really bad feeling about the rest of the series.
Why ? We were close to go to OT. I'm confident for game 4.

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Unlike the Bruins we didn't die when we trailed 3-0. We battled hard to get back in.

One bad period killed us.

Hopefully we start Game 4 like we ended Game 3.
I promise you will.

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Even if Ruins won, I wasn't impressed by them at all. Chara and Lucic meh. The game was dictated by the Habs.

Ruins is still a team with doubts. I like our chances for Game 4.

Update: Damn, RDS say they're worried that Hammer might be injured.

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Habs showed more emotion and effort in the last 25 minutes than the Bs in their entire first 2 games

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NO problem

NO problem at all, we actually needed this loss to bring us back down to earth

they had a couple luckly goals (just crossed the line!), poor price giftwraps the game winner, theyre real lucky, otherwise, this goes to OT or we outright win

came out flat in first half, finished REAL Strong, so im real glad about that

thomas kept them in at the end, gotta hand it to him for that

but game 4, is the series, make no mistake about that, whoever wins Game 4, wins this thing.

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Darche, Spacek and Hammer were bad tonight.
Pouliot was the biggest goat.... Size, speed, physical ... Doesn't matter when you have cobwebs between your ears!

Can we please get Lats back???

Pouliot has completely lost his game and he's not getting it back wearing the CH. He's wasting a roster space.

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Hamrlik, Spacek and Gomez were a combined 16 million of sucktitude tonight.
Indeed!

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When was the other one ? He better not have called one during the goal review.

He did, right between the goal and the review. It was a good call imo.

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Price knows his blunder tonight cost his team the game even though he was lights out after.. I expect him to redeem himself big time next game which IMO is a must game for the Habs now.. Going back to Boston up 3-1 would feel a whole lot better than tied at 2..

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Hamrlik, Spacek and Gomez were a combined 16 million of sucktitude tonight.
Not sure were you get that one. Gomez had a pretty good game, worked hard and got the puck to Gomez and Gionta they just didn't finish anything. Hamrlik was solid as usual...Spacek, well he is Spacek.

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You could tell Hamrlik was getting too much icetime tonight, lots of turn overs and mistakes out there. His +/- may not reflect, but his minutes played showed that he did play more than he can to be effective.

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