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12-19-2011, 08:43 PM
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The players must really feel like pathetic losers right now. I don't think they have any confidence left in the tank.
They were not pathetic. You're projecting your own inner feelings.

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step off the ledge. We lost 3-2 with a depleted lineup to the best team in the league.

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The Desharnais line needs to play more even though they weren't fantastic tonight.

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Price & his consistent "lapse of concentration" trade mark
umm okay

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The Habs played really well but for a couple of defensive lapses and took it to thje Bruins in the third period. it was not a Jacques Martin style game. They certainly responded to Cunneyworth. Patrick Roy could not have done better. I want more of the same. I liked what I saw from Nokelainen and Eller in particular. The Pacioretty-Desharnais-Cole line was flying.
What? Superstar Darche made his usual appearance, we scored a total of 2 Goals one of which was in the usual last 90 seconds of the game when we're down by 2 and we played "defend the lead" without the lead in the 3rd. Please explain.

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a win is a win. A top 5 pick will ease the pain this season for you guys
It must be either the 1st or 2nd pick to do that..

Here's to the Bruins having a great regular season and a 1st or 2nd round playoff fail..

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That's not very nice.
Yeah, seriously, if I was mentally challenged I wouldn't want to be likened to the Bruins either.

Sorry, couldn't resist!

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The 4th line should play more often, SERIOUSLY.

Btw no ice time for Kostitsyn Eller Leblanc, thats how you win games. And play the fourth line more than your best line, great decision too.
Strange. I saw a lot of Eller, although Kostitsyn and Leblanc were quiet.

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How do you want Conneyworth to have any kind of grip on this team when the owner basically said he was gonna be fired this summer?? I thought G.Molson was a smart guy.. Guess I was wrong.. Very very stupid statement.. Conney has no more cridibility no matter the decision he will take..

That org. has really become a JOKE!!


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Price & his consistent "lapse of concentration" trade mark
You don't really understand hockey, do you? Wiki "goal support" and "give aways" #b**tpl*g

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so whats the next step? big trade or fire gm?

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I feel all empty inside. Baaah...

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So apparently 45-15-52 is the third line.

71-81-46 is the fourth line. The fifth line, when Gomez and Gionta come back. Unless Gomez gets slotted behind Eller.

I am not sure I understand what Cunneyworth is doing, but so far, I don't like it. At all.

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Any coach approached by PG for the job will need to seriously ponder the offer because he will be put in a situation of guaranteed failure.
Stop whining. The Habs can win a lot of games if they play in this spirited manner.

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so whats the next step? big trade or fire gm?
I hope they get rid of the fat before the trade dead line for picks and prospects. Then full on march to fail for nail. Although.. it's going to be really difficult to compete with CBJ and Carolina, but I think we can do it.

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How do you want Conneyworth to have any kind of grip on this team when the owner basically said he was gonna be fired this summer?? I thought G.Molson was a smart guy.. Guess I was wrong.. Very very stupid statement.. Conney has no more cridibility no matter the decision he will take..

That org. has really become a JOKE!!

This is my concern as well. Like WTF???

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Bruins are by far the superior team at this point. I get the feeling they did just enough to win. Easy day at the office for them.

Well, a tale of two teams, the Bruins headed for another cup run, the Habs, (hopefully) for a top 2 or 3 pick.

This is as uninspired a team as I've seen in quite some time. Just a complete mess. Let the rebuilding (or, if you prefer, retooling) begin.
Problem with that plan is we're stuck with mediocre players that are paid too much which nobody wants so we're stuck with them.. Could be another 2-3 lean years for our Habs yet.

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12-19-2011, 08:48 PM
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They were not pathetic. You're projecting your own inner feelings.
Pathetic in the sense of drained, empty tanked, no tools, efforts leading to nothing. That kind of pathetic.

And a pleasure to meet you btw.

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so whats the next step? big trade or fire gm?
Gauthier did enough, actually way too much. He should be fired and better not make another move before the next guy takes over, too bad I think he finishes the year

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12-19-2011, 08:49 PM
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Typical 2011 Habs loss.
This team forgot how to win.
This is what I remarked to Ollie's post (see above): Stop whining. The Habs can win a lot of games if they play in this spirited manner. It fits your post too, zx81.

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Ok you don't want the 1st overall pick?
#2-3 is fine by me, and #1 will get far more flak than a #2-3 if the ones picked after perform better on the long run.

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Habs are now 1-18-1 when opponents score 3 or more

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http://video.nhl.com/videocenter/con...=616&id=141909

Way more fun than watching the Habs play.

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This team is in Shambles

20 % of our payroll is not playing.
$ 7.3 M for a useless center.
$ 5.75 M for a defenceman with a broken body.
2 coaches fired in 30 games (Pearn and Martin)
A new coach brought in without a plan for the future - that's why he's interim.
Team at the top of the salary cap yet a bottom dweller.
Wow - not since the Reggie Houle days has this organization looked so dis-organized. How can the GM still have his job?

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so whats the next step? big trade or fire gm?
I vote for fire the GM first and then a big trade hopefully involving some of our underachieving vets..

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