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04-26-2011, 08:59 PM
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My ultimate happiness, other than watching Brian Gionta lift the Cup (again), would be to see us have a 5-1 lead tomorrow and us dump the puck in the neutral zone. Have Chara pick it up and spiral to the wall, only to be met by Gionta, who drives him into the stancheon.

I can only dream.

In the same period, Jacques Martin's ears catch a northeasterly wind and drape the entire neutral zone.

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04-26-2011, 09:00 PM
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no surprise there, everyone knew there was going to be horrible officiating once they announced the refs..brutal
Chris Lee is always terrible and it's always for both teams.

Eller again had a great game IMO and Cammalleri is a real playoff warrior.

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It wasn't pretty and whatever optimism I had sucked out of me in game 4 still isn't back...but you got to hand it to these guys. They have played through a lot this year and are willing to do whatever it takes to win.

I'm sick of all the scapegoating, the team has made it this far by having different people step up at different times. Win or lose together.

I will be watching until the end.

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Saw the Lucic hit on TSN again.. definitely a 1-2 game suspension to me. Spacek's number was staring at him the whole way and he never slowed down. Very dangerous hit.

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awesome

we won 2 game 7's on the road last year.

Carey has a game 7 win VS boston under his belt ALREADY...

and now we are blessed, with watching chicago vancouver game 7, and not being pissed about losing our own game and enjoying a great game afterwards without caring who wins or loses

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Win or lose, there is going to be a riot in Montreal.
I know what you mean. Being the only Habs fan in SW LA, I will have a one man riot on a deserted street.

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Good game guys. Refs were awful for BOTH teams. It happens. See you in Boston!
You should have known before the game started what would happen when Chris Lee and Kevin Pollack was reffing the game.. Those 2 are about as incompetent as it comes for NHL refs..

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04-26-2011, 09:01 PM
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**** yeah. We deserved that win after that bad call in the first on what should have been a goal.


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Saw the Lucic hit on TSN again.. definitely a 1-2 game suspension to me. Spacek's number was staring at him the whole way and he never slowed down. Very dangerous hit.
Wonder what daddy Campbell will have to say about this.

Probably will let Lucic play while his suspension is on appeal or some **** like that.

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04-26-2011, 09:02 PM
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So we've won 2-0, 3-1, 2-1. So apparently Price has to hold the Bruins to one goal or less for us to win.

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god damn I'm so pumped. i was going to go to bed after the game but I simply cannot.

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04-26-2011, 09:02 PM
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Did anyone else almost cry when we won this game? I could have sworn I started getting misty eyed and full of excitement.

This game makes up for the two we SHOULD have won to finish the bruins a long time ago.

ON TO TOMORROW.

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WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!

Well, I called it 2-0 with Cammy and Eller scoring, I would have preferred winning 2-0 because it wouldn't have taken years off of my life but we WON! WOOOOOOO! I think thought that I jinxed things by signing in here. As soon as I signed in Boston scored so I logged right back out! Anyway, tomorrow is going to be tough. It'll be on Price again to be strong. I think he needs to play it a little more safe with the puck and we'll be alright.

Just incase anyone is wondering Price is now 3rd in GAA and SV%. Anyone who is against him is just being biased. Overall he's played well in the series. CAN'T WAIT FOR TOMORROW!

I also hope that Descharnais and the Wiz are back tomorrow. Well...I doubt that Descharnais is back and I'm not sure why the Wiz is out, but hopefully he's back.

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My ultimate happiness, other than watching Brian Gionta lift the Cup (again), would be to see us have a 5-1 lead tomorrow and us dump the puck in the neutral zone. Have Chara pick it up and spiral to the wall, only to be met by Gionta, who drives him into the stancheon.

I can only dream.

In the same period, Jacques Martin's ears catch a northeasterly wind and drap the entire neutral zone.
LOL, mostly at the JM comment...

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Dammit!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The stupid ass Flyer fans are singing "na na na na, hey hey hey goodbye"

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04-26-2011, 09:03 PM
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Neither have Boston.
Yeah but that's no excuse for lack of effort. I feel that the Habs have been victim of bad luck, but also have demonstrated poor effort for prolonged stretches.

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04-26-2011, 09:03 PM
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You should have known before the game started what would happen when Chris Lee and Kevin Pollack was reffing the game.. Those 2 are about as incompetent as it comes for NHL refs..
I know. It's a shame, but we've seen it over and over. You're right, no shock.

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It wasn't pretty and whatever optimism I had sucked out of me in game 4 still isn't back...but you got to hand it to these guys. They have played through a lot this year and are willing to do whatever it takes to win.

I'm sick of all the scapegoating, the team has made it this far by having different people step up at different times. Win or lose together.

I will be watching until the end.
Well the Habs were in, in each single game (they loose two in OT that tells alot). They compete and everything good that is hapening to them they have alot of merits.

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04-26-2011, 09:04 PM
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Anybody else chuckled while watching this?


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04-26-2011, 09:05 PM
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Come on, win game 7 and bring on the Caps!!!!!

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You should have known before the game started what would happen when Chris Lee and Kevin Pollack was reffing the game.. Those 2 are about as incompetent as it comes for NHL refs..
Yep. They did everything they could to ensure that the Bruins were on the PP.

They grudgingly HAD to call the obvious penalties against the Bruins like stick to the face, too many men and a slash that broke a stick.

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it was in montreal
true, but we won the last game 7 in Boston 2-0, that's good enough haha

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04-26-2011, 09:07 PM
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I know what you mean. Being the only Habs fan in SW LA, I will have a one man riot on a deserted street.
I'm in Venice Beach, so WRONG!

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04-26-2011, 09:07 PM
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In the same period, Jacques Martin's ears catch a northeasterly wind and drape the entire neutral zone.



All part of the system LOL

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Anybody else chuckled while watching this?

Are these commentators retarded

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