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Habs Player Of The Week (1)

View Poll Results: Who's The Habs Player Of The Week ?
José Théodore 10 7.69%
Patrice Brisebois 0 0%
Sheldon Sourray 3 2.31%
Andrei Markov 4 3.08%
Ron Hainsay 2 1.54%
Mike Ribeiro 11 8.46%
Yanic Perreault 6 4.62%
Michael Ryder 88 67.69%
Donald Audette 5 3.85%
Joé Juneau 1 0.77%
Andreas Dackell 0 0%
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10-16-2003, 05:13 PM
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with THEO, a very close second.


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When was the last time a Newfoundlander got 3 points in 3 games for the Habs? Enough said....Vote to Ryder, and yes...I'm very Biased on this one. :p

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I'd say Ryder too, but hell, everyone had a great week...

Where's Zednik's name on that list??? He was very good in both the Caps game and the Leafs game.

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Originally Posted by AK-47
Aside from the goals, hossa wasn't bringing much else to the table at the time. That was my point.

I guess my memory is sort of faulty, I didn't think at all about hossa streak last year.
Hossa was dominant out there. For his first 5 games, he was getting roughly 5-6 shots a game, driving the net, and was excellent along the boards. This should have taught Montreal fans to be a tad more cautious about prospects showing a few games of excellent play, but clearly it hasn't.

That said, I voted for Ribeiro. He's been the most effective offensive weapon for the Canadiens. IMO people voted for Ryder because he exceeded expectations and so far has shown a willingness to go into danger zones; something the Habs have lacked. But this doesn't make him the best player.

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Ryder has impressed me a lot....I vote for him

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