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10-29-2011, 08:51 PM
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Cammy has been atrocious. Everyone else: you're awesome. I'm off to get **** faced. G'night!
Cammy will be there when we need him. He is a pro.

Although it is true that he struggled at times tonight (but with an assist)

A week's rest will help him recover.

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I love how the league and media are ripping into one of the nicest, most respectful GM in the league for firing Perry Pearn. It would've been more classless to fire Martin (even though I want him gone, all day every day - I HATE HIS HOCKEY STYLE) because JM stepped down from his post as General Manager to coach, signed a 4 year deal and in terms of pure results achieved a decent amount. Firing him wouldn't have been an option (unless they lost the past three games straight) at all.

I'm sick and tired of hearing Perry Pearn's name brought up - who gives a crap?!

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We aren't playing until friday... way to lose that momentum gained

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Subban is making all the mistakes he did at the start of the last season. He's winding up for big, predictable shots that miss the net by a mile instead of looking to create rebounds with accurate shots, he's doing the spinorama at the weirdest times, and he goes for the empty net instead of just clearing the puck as he should have done.

He did not have a very good game tonight...

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10-29-2011, 08:53 PM
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3 offensive line and one real 4th line is the way to go.

Eller and Kostitsyn were dangerous all game long.

our D will be great with Markov.

I like Seguin, first Bruins player I like in my life

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Their dumbest players were at their dumbest....

I'm glad the league has caught onto the dirty stuff from that franchise. Hilarious!

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10-29-2011, 08:55 PM
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no gomez no problems time to bury him in the minors i like our 4 centers now

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I was wrong , I was wrong, I was wrong!

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Bruins just aren't good enough

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Who was the delayed penalty on in the final seconds and for what?
Caron, high-sticking.

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10-29-2011, 08:57 PM
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This got me thinking... if any team managed to score with the goalie pulled, why can't such goals be counted as PP goals?

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We aren't playing until friday... way to lose that momentum gained
I think it may serve to let the boys gain their composure. Don't want to get too high nor too low.

Or maybe I just need a break after 3 thrilling wins.

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I'm stressing over Gomez coming back and taking minutes from Eller, Desharnais or even Nokailanen, praying that he needs more time off, on a second thought Gauthier would totally redemm himself if he simply just sends him to Hamilton.

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What does Julien have to say about his team?


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10-29-2011, 08:58 PM
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Habs school bruins again!

How do you school a gang of numbskulls?

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Seriously does any one else notice the 2 man forecheck being applied by the habs on this winning streak?? does it not seem like a total different game plan? I mean maybe it seems that way since we're putting up wins, but its still odd that Its clear that the guys are allowed to play to their strengths. What do you guys think?

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10-29-2011, 08:59 PM
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Thanks to whoever screenshot this.

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What does Julien have to say about his team?

Julien was hungry and wanted some chips from the vendor but forgot his wallet at home.

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Yay, I like wins!

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10-29-2011, 09:00 PM
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What does Julien have to say about his team?

He's just disappointed because the dude behind him brings some potato chips instead of his well-known favourite meal...

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This got me thinking... if any team managed to score with the goalie pulled, why can't such goals be counted as PP goals?
because they don't have a man advantage. Each side has 6 people on the ice.

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Good hard fought victory. Refs must have watched last game in Boston too.

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Third game in a row that DD is over .500 on faceoffs. Not much argument to defend Gomez anymore. DD is producing, even Eller is starting to produce and they are not a playmaker/passer only, they actually know how to score. Finally we have scoring depth in center.

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Seriously does any one else notice the 2 man forecheck being applied by the habs on this winning streak?? does it not seem like a total different game plan? I mean maybe it seems that way since we're putting up wins, but its still odd that Its clear that the guys are allowed to play to their strengths. What do you guys think?
I so agree. Not only that, but the defensemen are far more active. Instead of passively skating backwards, they seem to apply far more pressure.

Someone definitely needs to make a gif of Claude facepalming.

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10-29-2011, 09:04 PM
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because they don't have a man advantage. Each side has 6 people on the ice.
A team playing with the goalie pulled is, in essence, playing as though they are on the PP.

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