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03-31-2006, 08:34 PM
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I'd like to request that we no longer discuss being in diapers. I'm a bit uncomfortable about the subject.
Its all about reintrojecting a good enough mother mcphee.

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Loving Chris Higgins FOrsure this year wow just came out of no where

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He's been our best forward since the Olympic break. This kid was ready for prime time, and he's showing it now.

One heck of a player that Higgy is!

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Much much better than the last Higgins we drafted.

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Much much better than the last Higgins we drafted.
Not too long ago I thought they were the same guys! When they said Higgins was doing well in the American League I said:"well...it`s about time!".

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Well I would say he has been out best foward since the break.
No NHL player has more goals than him since the Olympics.

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Well I would say he has been out best foward since the break.
No NHL player has more goals than him since the Olympics.
Nah there are a few who scored more then him, Higgins is second in scoring behind Ovechkin since the break ( for rookies )

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04-01-2006, 06:55 AM
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= Chris Higgins

= Cristobal Huet


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Nah there are a few who scored more then him, Higgins is second in scoring behind Ovechkin since the break ( for rookies )

Sorry you are wrong
Higgins 12 goals
Ovechkin 12 goals
Jagr 12 goals
check your stats.

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Its all about reintrojecting a good enough mother mcphee.

It's not looking back, it's looking forward that scares me.

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Im loving the way Higgins is playing, but what worries me, is that this may just be a hot streak. Is this the true Higgins? That i am still unsure of.

In any even, hes still atleast a very good thrid liner in the nhl, so he wouldnt be a total loss, does he not pan out as a scorer.

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Im loving the way Higgins is playing, but what worries me, is that this may just be a hot streak. Is this the true Higgins? That i am still unsure of.

In any even, hes still atleast a very good thrid liner in the nhl, so he wouldnt be a total loss, does he not pan out as a scorer.

Why not try it this way.

I'am not liking Corey Urquhart, but what worries me is that he may just be on a bad steek. Is this the true Urquhart? I'am just not sure.
In any case, he is still playing bad and if he is a bust I called it right.
So I am realy torn and unsure about him if he does pan out as a top scorer.

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04-01-2006, 10:41 AM
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Chris Higgins won't keep up with Ovechkin and Jagr for very long, but it's a nice run and extremely helpful to the Habs.

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04-01-2006, 01:16 PM
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Since the beginning of the year it was evident that he had all the tools. The problem was, like a lot of rookies on the team, his talents and confidence were supressed under Julien and Green. I think that Gainey's smartest line move was putting Higgins with Koivu. We were all a little baffled at Koivu's goal production, but he was able to accomplish so much as a leader when it comes to higgins. Higgins himself stated that playing with Koivu has been the highlight of his career and this is why Koivu is captain. This is something Higgins never would have gotten with any other player on the team.Gainey is no fool, he knows what he has in Higgins and he knows what values as a leader Koivu can instill in him. I say Higgins is the next captain of this team without a doubt. Chipchura will be a great addition to the leadership team as well, but I think Higgins is being groomed. And he should be...

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