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07-14-2006, 11:15 PM
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Montreals record vs the leafs since

1999 when they came into this division:

1999 - 3-2-0 - 12 goals for 11 goals against
2000 - 1-4-0 - 9 goals for 14 goals against
2001 - 1-4-0 - 8 goals for 19 goals against
2002 - 1-4-0 - 9 goals for 14 goals against
2003 - 1-3-1 - 13 goals for 15 goals against
2004 - 2-4-0 - 15 goals for 19 goals against
2006 - 4-4-0 - 33 goals against 27 goals against
total - 13-25-1 - 99 goals for 119 goals against

having a winning record in only 1 of those season is embarrasing. i hope this can change soon

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07-14-2006, 11:19 PM
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1999 when they came into this division:

1999 - 3-2-0 - 12 goals for 11 goals against
2000 - 1-4-0 - 9 goals for 14 goals against
2001 - 1-4-0 - 8 goals for 19 goals against
2002 - 1-4-0 - 9 goals for 14 goals against
2003 - 1-3-1 - 13 goals for 15 goals against
2004 - 2-4-0 - 15 goals for 19 goals against
2006 - 4-4-0 - 33 goals against 27 goals against
total - 13-25-1 - 99 goals for 119 goals against

having a winning record in only 1 of those season is embarrasing. i hope this can change soon


alot of that can be attributed to the fact that many of those years were losing seasons, I'm sure we have similar records to those against many teams in that timeframe...but I get what you mean

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07-14-2006, 11:32 PM
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1999 when they came into this division:

1999 - 3-2-0 - 12 goals for 11 goals against
2000 - 1-4-0 - 9 goals for 14 goals against
2001 - 1-4-0 - 8 goals for 19 goals against
2002 - 1-4-0 - 9 goals for 14 goals against
2003 - 1-3-1 - 13 goals for 15 goals against
2004 - 2-4-0 - 15 goals for 19 goals against
2006 - 4-4-0 - 33 goals against 27 goals against
total - 13-25-1 - 99 goals for 119 goals against

having a winning record in only 1 of those season is embarrasing. i hope this can change soon
Yep....Pretty Sad

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07-14-2006, 11:46 PM
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Yep....Pretty Sad
ya well 1999 to 2003 was sad with every team in the league

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07-15-2006, 12:36 AM
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Anyways, WE are the team that eliminated the Leafs last season. If they would have won one of the 2 back to back to back game in Montreal at the end of the season, they would be in and we would be out. With the Kovy hit on Tucker last season, we will finally have some rivalry with them and I'm sure all the Habs/Leafs games will be priceless.

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ya well 1999 to 2003 was sad with every team in the league
It's true that we sucked badly during these years, but I always thought it was even worse against the Leafs. These embarassing 1-4-0 three times in a row followed by a slightly better 1-3-1 prove it. We were not THAT bad against other teams.

I guess the old NHL helped them grab more points against us that they should have.

We won the series this year though. One more OT lose for us.

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07-15-2006, 02:12 AM
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well we re doin better
in 2003 we lost by 2 games with only a 2 goal differential
in 2004 2 4

last year we tied but had 6 goal more

so next year we should win

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1999 when they came into this division:

1999 - 3-2-0 - 12 goals for 11 goals against
2000 - 1-4-0 - 9 goals for 14 goals against
2001 - 1-4-0 - 8 goals for 19 goals against
2002 - 1-4-0 - 9 goals for 14 goals against
2003 - 1-3-1 - 13 goals for 15 goals against
2004 - 2-4-0 - 15 goals for 19 goals against
2006 - 4-4-0 - 33 goals against 27 goals against
total - 13-25-1 - 99 goals for 119 goals against

having a winning record in only 1 of those season is embarrasing. i hope this can change soon

according to your stats, we have TWO winning seasons against the Laughs...

99 and 06....

i like how the goals are practically doubled with the new NHL....

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07-15-2006, 07:14 AM
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imo, i think no matter how well of a season the canadiens play, the laffs generally seem to find a way to beat us (at least the past 5-6 years). it's odd really. obviously, the exception being the last two games we played against them last season.

it's frustrating for sure.

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Next to winning the Stanley Cup, beating the Leafs is the most important thing in the universe. We MUST beat that team. Revenge!

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That because of refs

Well, no, actually that REALLY becuz of refs

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1999 when they came into this division:

1999 - 3-2-0 - 12 goals for 11 goals against
2000 - 1-4-0 - 9 goals for 14 goals against
2001 - 1-4-0 - 8 goals for 19 goals against
2002 - 1-4-0 - 9 goals for 14 goals against
2003 - 1-3-1 - 13 goals for 15 goals against
2004 - 2-4-0 - 15 goals for 19 goals against
2006 - 4-4-0 - 33 goals against 27 goals against
total - 13-25-1 - 99 goals for 119 goals against

having a winning record in only 1 of those season is embarrasing. i hope this can change soon

Pffffff........who cares what our record in 2000 or 2001 was versus the leafs. Both teams are pretty much entirely made up of players that weren't around then, so....


...and if ya just want to bring up histroy, bring up stuff like:

Stanley Cup wins since 1967

Montreal - 10

Toronto - 0


I like that stat better!!!!

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Belfour and curtis allways seem to come up huge vs montreal. When belfour left the team we had no problem facing theire other goaltenders. + Now that they might have gill and belak on the same pairing the samsonovs,kovalev perezhogin of the world are going to have no problem scoring vs those pylons.

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Belfour and curtis allways seem to come up huge vs montreal. When belfour left the team we had no problem facing theire other goaltenders. + Now that they might have gill and belak on the same pairing the samsonovs,kovalev perezhogin of the world are going to have no problem scoring vs those pylons.
And get by Andrew "Jim Carrey's reincarnation" Raycroft: 6.36 goal against average with 84,72% efficiency in his playoff run with Tappara in 2005. Anyway, he's not going to see playoff action for a very long time.

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07-15-2006, 04:10 PM
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Next to winning the Stanley Cup, beating the Leafs is the most important thing in the universe. We MUST beat that team. Revenge!
Since when are we your main rivals? I thought it was Bahston...

And our main rival is Ottawa anyways

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