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Habs lose 5-1, I watched the UFC at TVA Sports instead of half of the game.

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01-30-2013, 09:46 PM
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Habs lose 5-1, I watched the UFC at TVA Sports instead of half of the game.

Hopefully Budaj won't play too many games...

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Habs lose 5-1, I watched the UFC at TVA Sports instead of half of the game.

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Habs Lose 5-1

I sense an intense game on Sunday

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Not exactly the most gracious winners over in the Sens GDT.

Habs were due for a stinker, hopefully they come back strong.

Karlsson almost had 30 minutes, what a beast.

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Not even mad. Every Budaj start is an adventure. You could tell the gas tank was sort of empty tonight, physically and emotionally. Too many key players were overplayed last night.

We got overpowered in front of our own net on several of those goals. Tinordi can not be ready fast enough, so sick of having a small D.

We at least showed up in the 3rd and could have made it 4-3 if it wasn't for Anderson being on another level right now.

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I think I hate the Sens more than the Leafs and Bruins now.

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Was bound to happen. Ottawa was good, we sucked.

Our penalty kill needs a major boost. Enter Subban, stage left.

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hopefully Maclean shampoos that mustache before Sundays game. Dude looks like a perp

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It was obvious at the end of the 1st and beginning of the 2nd they were tired. No one was trying and moving. It felt like watching my old ball hockey team.

Saturday will be a better game.

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I think I hate the Sens more than the Leafs and Bruins now.
more than the leafs for sure. **** i hate chris neil

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The penalty kill is a big problem after being our clear strength last season. Even last night during some of the successful kills they were hanging on by a thread.

Not sure if the scheme changed that much with the new staff, but the results are clearly different. Not using Eller on the PK is moronic, he was excellent on it last year. Subban is clearly missed too.

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Was bound to happen. Ottawa was good, we sucked.

Our penalty kill needs a major boost. Enter Subban, stage left.
Mike is that you?

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It was obvious at the end of the 1st and beginning of the 2nd they were tired. No one was trying and moving. It felt like watching my old ball hockey team.

Saturday will be a better game.
They were barely skating in the second. They were playing their old style instead of the fore check they played the last four games.

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Win both weekend games and forget tonight.

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Ugly, ugly and ugly. Can't win them all i guess. MT better ****ing talk to White 1 on 1, because he always takes stupid penalty.

Oh and can't wait for Subban to replace Kaberle

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Pathetic effort

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Subban’s return will help the even strength play of our 2nd and 3rd line.

I like Gallagher.

I am a fan of White but I expect Blunden in, White out.

That’s it!

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I am not to happy with the way the habs played, but i have to give a toon of credit to the sens, i did not expect them to be this good early in the season. (Solid game by Zibanejad).

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tanky tanky time

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- MT will make everybody work double shift to practice PK again
- Anderson was hot tonight. 2 big saves that would have changed the pace of the game
- Refferies sucked for everybody tonight, but most of all the fans. Made the game boring as hell

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PK has to play next game. Kaberle needs to go... Can't take it anymore.

Also, White's double penalty and Bourque's penalty were pure garbage.

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This Erik Cole doppleganger has to go. Atrocious reffing for two games in a row, for both sides. Not the reason we lost, by any means, but he's still incompetent and killed any flow this game may have had.

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subban's back saturday. book it.
it's too hard for therrien to resist
playing markov and PK, 25+ mins per night

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more than the leafs for sure. **** i hate chris neil
That's why I was advocating Habs sending a message after it was 5-1. This is not Florida or Jets. Sens (with Neil leading) have been pushing the Habs around for the last two seasons. They have become WAY too comfortable playing the Habs.

Edit: And apparently, Neil hit our #27 at the end of the game and as a result Prust got involved in the skirmish.

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Ugly, ugly and ugly. Can't win them all i guess. MT better ****ing talk to White 1 on 1, because he always takes stupid penalty.

Oh and can't wait for Subban to replace Kaberle
I still have no idea how he got that 2+2 for roughing/misconduct. The sens player kept holding his stick... White simply tried to take it back.

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