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10-26-2011, 10:01 PM
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Agree. I still want JM gone, so our team can be even better. And didn't miss Gomez tonight. Finally I think maybe now we won, at some point Gill could be occasionally sat eg when there are back-to-back games? For the team, to give Emelin a chance. Gill has a role but doesn't need to play so much.

lol on Antichambre Stock just forgot JM's name...
Agree on the Gill comment, less so on the JM comment. I dont think firing a coach in October/November makes much sense IMO. Give him this year to show what he has and if its not working by late season either get rid of him then or wait until the off-season.

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Max P didnt even think he was going to play tonite. Admits he wasnt going to miss Bruins game.
He must be so pumped for tomorrow's game. Can't wait!

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I see it more as the Habs outplaying the Flyers badly after the 1st and they couldn't match the Habs play in the 2nd and 3rd periods.. The Flyers played like crap because the Habs made them look that way in the 2nd and 3rd periods.
Yeah that's also true. Montreal was controlling the flow

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10-26-2011, 10:04 PM
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Last year Lavi had the forward depth to roll three strong lines and JM not so much.

This year, thanks to Holmgren spazzing out, Lavi doesn`t have the depth, and JM does.
Allthough rotating the left wingers was a smart move. Cammalleri got sent against the soft minutes and Moen-Eller-Kostitsyn is a decent two way line. And Pacioretty was a huge boost for Plekanec.

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10-26-2011, 10:05 PM
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Recap if anyone is interested.

http://habshq.com/2011/10/26/post-ga...losing-streak/

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10-26-2011, 10:06 PM
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Good effort overall and Price played well. Montreal REALLY needs to follow it up with a big win in Boston. Its great to get a win again but, they need to get on a roll.

Overall good effort. Only player i feel who struggled was Spacek who was truly fighting the puck tonight.

Cole's best game and is actually looking like he is finally part of the team. Two good games in a row.

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10-26-2011, 10:14 PM
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Good effort overall and Price played well. Montreal REALLY needs to follow it up with a big win in Boston. Its great to get a win again but, they need to get on a roll.

Overall good effort. Only player i feel who struggled was Spacek who was truly fighting the puck tonight.

Cole's best game and is actually looking like he is finally part of the team. Two good games in a row.
This, and now I remember why we needed this type of player for so long now!!!!

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10-26-2011, 10:16 PM
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Yeah that's also true. Montreal was controlling the flow
Anyway the Habs were way overdue for a win at home and everything finally went their way in the 2nd and 3rd periods tonight.. Would've been a different game if the Flyers could've scored a couple more while dominating the 1st period.

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10-26-2011, 10:20 PM
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Helluva game to be at! Hallelujah!! Nice standing-O at the end of the game -- the fans way of saying all is forgiven. For now.

Aside from Cole's powerful presence, he also drew two penalties. His best game.

Funny, it's not like we played that differently than our games against Buffalo, Colorado or Toronto. It's just that the puck stayed out of our net tonight and went into theirs. One inch this way, we lose; one inch that way, we win.

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10-26-2011, 10:21 PM
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aaaahhh ****!

didn't wake up to watch the game: doh
thought patches was injured so i benched him in my fantasy league: double doh!

will watch the re-run later on but i can't to watch the pacioretty show later

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Only difference is, Pronger actually exists.
what ?? Markov doesn't exist

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Patches is second in the league with 39 shots!

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#habs pacioretty also said he has been told he has a low tolerance for pain!? #saywhat



Can he...can he also fly?


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10-26-2011, 10:37 PM
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Patches is second in the league with 39 shots!
Best way to get a lot of goals year after year. Shoot a lot.

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Philly played a lazy and sloppy game but good on the Habs for taking advantage. For ONCE the bounces was on our side.

A shout out to an unsung hero tonight. I thought Spacek played like the grizzled vet that he is. Smart plays, veteran savvy. He had a solid outing.

With Markov's impending return, it's still buying oxygen night in and night. I would take .500 hockey and take it from there.

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10-26-2011, 10:56 PM
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Helluva game to be at! Hallelujah!! Nice standing-O at the end of the game -- the fans way of saying all is forgiven. For now.

Aside from Cole's powerful presence, he also drew two penalties. His best game.

Funny, it's not like we played that differently than our games against Buffalo, Colorado or Toronto. It's just that the puck stayed out of our net tonight and went into theirs. One inch this way, we lose; one inch that way, we win.
One of the reasons I was excited to get him was how good he is at drawing penalties, he's consistantly strong at it and we saw why tonight. Be nice to have him, White and Pacioretty all in the lineup as the penalty drawing ninjas.

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10-26-2011, 11:03 PM
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Went to the game tonight, my first win at the Bell Centre.

That is the way they are capable of playing when they play as a team. It was also nice to win some faceoffs for one too.

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10-26-2011, 11:09 PM
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Anyone know why Cammalleri got so little amount of PP time?

Hard to argue with a win but Cammy is the Habs biggest threat on the PP IMO.

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10-26-2011, 11:24 PM
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Good effort, but hopefully it strings a few consecutive W's to make up for the poor start.

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#habs pacioretty also said he has been told he has a low tolerance for pain!? #saywhat



Can he...can he also fly?
isnt low tolerance a bad thing?, maybe it means he just assesses his injuries wrong lol? (broken neck excluded..) im talking about the puck to the ribs, taken away in an ambulance and then plays the next game lol, or maybe this wrist injury, maybe it FELt like it was worse for him, who knows


would also like to thank yannick for the timely turning point tonight, and i mean, timely.


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Did anyone notice that the Habs finished off the Flyers without any injuries? For that I give an honorary assist to the incapacitated Pronger. Glad he wasn't around.

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10-27-2011, 01:17 AM
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some of you must be really disappointed...

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Did anyone notice that the Habs finished off the Flyers without any injuries? For that I give an honorary assist to the incapacitated Pronger. Glad he wasn't around.
Oh man...I hope the hockey gods aren't reading your post T.

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Oh man...I hope the hockey gods aren't reading your post T.
*Waits for flu epidemic in Habs lockerroom.*

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