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10-26-2011, 09:23 PM
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Anyone else think there was a three cheers for perry pearn in the dressing room after the game?


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Maxpac is a tank, Cole is a tank, Eller is a tank, Weber is a tank, Price is a tank, everywhere tank!
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Poor guy if he somehow become the "turning point" of the season!
The turning point was scoring with 2 seconds left in the 1st. We looked like **** before that.

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I don't want Gomez to come back. For a reason (probably a good one), my brain associates Gomez with ****tiness and the lackluster play of the entire team. I just feel like we're a more complete team, especially with a 4th line of Darche - Nokelainen - Blunden.

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The first period was bad but they turned the play around in the 2nd and the puck actually went in at the other end and stayed out at the Habs' end. Two points on the board and Pacioretty's wrist isn't looking too bad.

I'll take it.

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I'll take credit for the win. It was the Rebecca Black pre-game song.
No way! It's all mine! My first vBet, my first vBet win!!!

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Where is Plekamaniac ? Do you guys think he...... Naw can't be...
Please tell me he made a bet about leaving forever if the Habs won tonight....

I don't really care how many points they are away from the playoffs at this point it's still way too early considering two wins will put them in, but two losses will really hurt their chances.

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Key to the game, forward depth. Having three lines that can score is tough for the opposition to get a good matchup game going. Get Cammalleri and Cole away from good defensemen and they'll punish you.

And Pacioretty is a ******** superhero. We are not worthy.

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10-26-2011, 09:25 PM
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After an ugly 1st period, the real Eric Cole showed up in the 2nd to start things and played a great game. Pacioretty was going to the net every chance he got and had a huge game. Price made some big saves when needed. Was nice to hear the crowd back into it.

Gill looked extremely slow and ineffective, even falling down a few times.

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Damn, I fell asleep and missed the game... I dreamed that the habs won! Cole was great and Pacioretty wasn`t injured at all and he snuck in and scored a whole bunch of points! It was awesome.

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Wait, can we still chase JM out of the building, please!

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Man I love watching big men. Erik Cole, Andrei Kostitsyn, Lars Eller, Max Pacioretty, Travis Moen. Please bring more big men Gauthier.

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You have a weird obsession with the Flyers. Let it go, man. I hated their antics, Richards' whining and Leino's BS in 2010 but they're gone now.
It's no longer about Mike Richards or Ville Leino anymore. It's about Jagr, Bryzgalov and Brayden Schenn now.

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Well you gotta love the habs i somewhat knew we would win tonight. When the hab looks like they are going to be destroyed they come back from nowhere and they manage to surprise everyone.

I guess it's clear now with Columbus winning their first las night the Stanley cup Finals is Columbus Vs Montreal you heard it here first.

The players saved Martin's ass big time tonight i hope the ****er express gratitude by putting Cole on the power play for Christ sake.

Eller if he can find the finishing touch will be a very good player in this league the kid has all the tool sofr real.

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Please tell me he made a bet about leaving forever if the Habs won tonight....

I don't really care how many points they are away from the playoffs at this point it's still way too early considering two wins will put them in, but two losses will really hurt their chances.
didn't He said if the habs won..He won't post here untill december

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Man I love watching big men. Erik Cole, Andrei Kostitsyn, Lars Eller, Max Pacioretty, Travis Moen. Please bring more big men Gauthier.
TMI dude....TMI

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didn't He said if the habs won..He won't post here untill december
I can't see his posts anyways

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What up with all the hitting tonight????? I thought we were small and passive.

I was watching on line and it was hard to see numbers, but middle of the third there was someone on a tear. 3 or four BIG hits in a row, just before Andrei's rush....Who was that 40 something....I'm thinking Blunden. Must say I enjoyed!!!!

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Man I love watching big men. Erik Cole, Andrei Kostitsyn, Lars Eller, Max Pacioretty, Travis Moen. Please bring more big men Gauthier.
yikes, you sound like McGuire...

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wow, so this is what its like to be happy again

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Man I love watching big men. Erik Cole, Andrei Kostitsyn, Lars Eller, Max Pacioretty, Travis Moen. Please bring more big men Gauthier.

Let's add Blunden to that list. He was hitting big time tonight.

Flyers actually looked soft. I wish Pleks wasn't such a little girl.....Whatcha gonna do....

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Man I love watching big men. Erik Cole, Andrei Kostitsyn, Lars Eller, Max Pacioretty, Travis Moen. Please bring more big men Gauthier.
you forgot Gill. he's big too.

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What up with all the hitting tonight????? I thought we were small and passive.

I was watching on line and it was hard to see numbers, but middle of the third there was someone on a tear. 3 or four BIG hits in a row, just before Andrei's rush....Who was that 40 something....I'm thinking Blunden. Must say I enjoyed!!!!
Yeah, 45, Blunden!

People laughed at me in pre-season when I said he should be with the team.

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Its amazing how much the flyers reminded me of the habs from previous games tonight. Fast start but not much to show for it, then things slowly crumble and eventually collapse. The defense is still worrisome but the hope is that this win gets everyone closer to playing at the top of their games.

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That was probably one of the better games i've seen Weber play as a Hab...he's really starting to come out of his shell with more confidence from the coaching staff.

Gill is really struggling this year, but it's still early...

I'm liking having a real 4th line...it used to be so non-descript. Blunden hasn't shown much in the way of puck skills, but he's physical and goes up and down his wing and does his job.

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