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01-24-2013, 04:50 PM
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12-13 Roster height and weight

ESPN seems to have the updated ones...maybe from opening of camp...

http://espn.go.com/nhl/team/roster/_...real-canadiens

Pacioretty 219lbs
Price 209lbs
Kaberle 212lbs
Markov 204lbs
Diaz 197lbs
Weber 200lbs
Cole 210lbs
Eller 209lbs
Galchenyuk 195lbs
White 194lbs
Prust 195lbs
Bourque 213lbs
Moen 218lbs
Gallagher 178lbs
Gionta 174lbs
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ESPN seems to have the updated ones...maybe from opening of camp...

http://espn.go.com/nhl/team/roster/_...real-canadiens

Pacioretty 219lbs
Price 209lbs
Kaberle 212lbs
Markov 204lbs
Diaz 197lbs
Weber 200lbs
Cole 210lbs
Eller 209lbs
Galchenyuk 195lbs
White 194lbs
Prust 195lbs
Bourque 213lbs
Moen 218lbs
Gallagher 178lbs
Gionta 174lbs
etc
Pac needs to come down a little.

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Pac needs to come down a little.
Yeah maybe it explains why his feet looked slow.

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Prust isnt 6-2

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what the hell is this!!?!?! Galchenyuk is EASILY 6'1.34"!!

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I dunno but ESPN might be right:

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“His intensity was still very high. We focused on Olympic weightlifting and plyometrics for power, and sled-training for speed and strength. This way, we were able to continue to maintain his body weight at a steady 218 pounds and keep his strength levels very high.
http://www.montrealgazette.com/sport...#ixzz2IwMKwSox

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“I weighed in at 209 pounds this morning,” said Price, who has taken about 10 pounds off his weight while maintaining his strength.
http://www.montrealgazette.com/sport...#ixzz2IwMgog98

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No wonder it hurts when Emelin hits, at 219lbs...

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Remind me never to get hit by Emelin.

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I'm concerned that we don't have a viable heavyweight to match all the Bruins goons.

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I'm concerned that we don't have a viable heavyweight to match all the Bruins goons.
It sucks but it's not too dire. Chara doesn't exactly pick fights. Really it's only Thornton. Prust has matched up with Lucic before. 1st time was good but 2nd one wasn't that great. He'll still go with him. After those three there really isn't much that's scary.

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It sucks but it's not too dire. Chara doesn't exactly pick fights. Really it's only Thornton. Prust has matched up with Lucic before. 1st time was good but 2nd one wasn't that great. He'll still go with him. After those three there really isn't much that's scary.
I don't think guys like Moen White or Prust are too scared of Thornton. If Chara wants to fight, just tackle him to the ice like he did to BGL.

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we're 28th in the league in size, last in height, and 16th in age.

SJ is 1st in both size and weight.

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we're 28th in the league in size, last in height, and 16th in age.

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What still?! I thought we got bigger, did the rest of the league get even bigger?

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What still?! I thought we got bigger, did the rest of the league get even bigger?
The team is bigger. The thing is, we still have a bunch of smaller players (Desharnais, Gionta and Gallagher for example).

Most of the team isn't small though.

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The team is bigger. The thing is, we still have a bunch of smaller players (Desharnais, Gionta and Gallagher for example).

Most of the team isn't small though.
If Gallagher were 6'1" our top-six average would be an inch taller!

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The team is bigger. The thing is, we still have a bunch of smaller players (Desharnais, Gionta and Gallagher for example).

Most of the team isn't small though.
Every NHL team has small players. Winning NHL teamsd have players of all size, size isn't a big factor in wins and losses in the big picture. Vancouver was bigger but Boston played with more grit and got the goaltending and won. Recchi Marchand Krejci Bergeron Ference Peverley were all playing big minutes and they are no giants.

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What still?! I thought we got bigger, did the rest of the league get even bigger?
we got bigger but we lost Hal Gill

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Boston isn't good because of their size they have skill too. We don't need to be the biggest team in the league to succeed. It's sure that last place in height isn't good, but it's not a deciding factor in how good we are.

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we're 28th in the league in size, last in height, and 16th in age.

SJ is 1st in both size and weight.
Size doesn't matter much without heart.

Who would you rather have in the playoffs, Gionta or Thornton?

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Size doesn't matter much without heart.

Who would you rather have in the playoffs, Gionta or Thornton?
Thornton.

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Didn't 1976 teach us anything?

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What still?! I thought we got bigger, did the rest of the league get even bigger?
The loss of Gill and the addition of Gallagher and Boullion (for height) skew the results.

That's why these numbers are somewhat meaningless. If you trade Gallagher or Desharnais for Brian Boyle, suddenly we aren't smurfs anymore!

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Size doesn't matter much without heart.

Who would you rather have in the playoffs, Gionta or Thornton?
If youre talking about Joe Thornton

Thornton >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Gionta

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Joe Thornton or St Louis?

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