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01-19-2013, 09:38 PM
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It's weird, the players we had last year are playing like the players we had last year.

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We're in for a long season.
Especially if Patches, Cole and the others continue to play along the boards, instead of down the middle.

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Plekanec does a lot of good things, but he can't cycle the puck and loses most battles in the corners. You'd think by the way they play Desharnais was 5'11 and Plekanec 5'6. Therrien will eventually need to break up the first line for us to have a chance. We're not going to have any offensive zone time with our 2nd line as it stands.

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Therrien just now: ''Bouillon is going to have an important role''
His job is to keep the French media happy. That is a pretty important role.

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A standing O for a coach? Really? And they PA announcer provides the time for it to happen? Really? A coach whose biggest asset on his resume is that he can speak french. This nepotism has to stop if the Habs are going to go anywhere.

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Pacioretty - DD - Cole
Eller - Plekanec - Gionta
Bourque - Galchenyuk - Gallagher
Prust - White - Moen

Next game.

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This post wins.

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Team still looks small. Like a bunch of midgets running around. Watching some of the other games and there is no comparison in the size of the players on other teams. That said, Habs look like last year, penalties, no offense, and don't bother showing up. Team looked a little slow tonight, but its the first game. We'll see what happens. Maybe they shouldn't have played that scrimmage Thursday.

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It's weird, the players we had last year are playing like the players we had last year.
Hahaha, win. First Internet Token of Greatness of the season to you, sir.

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The CBC crowd brought up that the Habs needed to improve their faceoff % from last year.. How did the % look tonight for the Habs centre's?

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01-19-2013, 09:43 PM
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You guys realize we won 1 game out of 12 last year versus our next 3 opponents?

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Team still looks small. Like a bunch of midgets running around. Watching some of the other games and there is no comparison in the size of the players on other teams. That said, Habs look like last year, penalties, no offense, and don't bother showing up. Team looked a little slow tonight, but its the first game. We'll see what happens. Maybe they shouldn't have played that scrimmage Thursday.
well, we had 3 real midgets on the ice tonight.

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You guys realize we won 1 game out of 12 last year versus our next 3 opponents?
This only means one thing: our tank is unstoppable.

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A standing O for a coach? Really? And they PA announcer provides the time for it to happen? Really? A coach whose biggest asset on his resume is that he can speak french. This nepotism has to stop if the Habs are going to go anywhere.
This is a borderline xenophobic comment...

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01-19-2013, 09:45 PM
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Oh god no. Just... no!!! If Bouillon even comes close to averaging 20 mins/night with us this season, it's going to be a disaster. Sorry, and even bigger disaster than expected.
Bouillon was much better than Kaberle...

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the cbc crowd brought up that the habs needed to improve their faceoff % from last year.. How did the % look tonight for the habs centre's?
21/55 38%

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You guys realize we won 1 game out of 12 last year versus our next 3 opponents?
Baahaha.....beautiful. Out of it 3 months into last season....now out of it a month into this season.

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Bouillon was much better than Kaberle...
Tonight?

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Bouillon was much better than Kaberle...
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Bouillon was much better than Kaberle...
No doubt about it, by a mile.

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Oh god no. Just... no!!! If Bouillon even comes close to averaging 20 mins/night with us this season, it's going to be a disaster. Sorry, and even bigger disaster than expected.
Maybe he's trying to pressure MB into getting PK into the lineup


We can only hope....and pray

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It's weird, the players we had last year are playing like the players we had last year.
Hehehe...great job there.

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Tonight?
What did Kaberle do besides make a few passes on the PP? He was completely useless in our zone and won zero battles/races for the puck.

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21/55 38%
ESPN shows Habs at 34/55...62%

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