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02-27-2013, 07:22 PM
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Come on man, don't you know.. hitting is how you win games. If we had 1 shot but 100 hits, we'd be winning.
Ask Gorges how important hitting is, he could have just had his season ended.

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I'm sorry, but to those of you whining about toughness not getting us anywhere, what the hell is wrong with you? We obviously outplayed Toronto that entire period. You'd rather be the team to out-hit than out-play?

So ridiculous. At least bring up toughness when it is costing us the game. These idiots are going around hitting us but we are the ones playing the puck, outshooting and out-maneuvering them. Give me a break with your whining about toughness. This Habs team is tough to play against already.

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At least with Bergevin, he places some value on tough players while Gauthier and Martin still would be stuck in cotton-ball soff land, hoping for the refs to save the day. Thank goodness they're gone.

I hope he chases Clowe and Perry HARD this offseason. If we can't beat these ****ing Leafs, we can forget about the Cup, because the Leafs fit for playoff hockey while we're still not.
The Leafs lost every puck battle and spent nearly the entire period hemmed in their own zone. If that's the elusive playoff hockey you speak of, I want none of it.

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why is dd on the pp? He sucks

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Bruins and leafs are still bullying the habs but it's nothing that can't be changed.

Trade for a Goon and bring up Stortini might not be the best fighter but he fought just about everyone.
So you get a legit heavyweight...who sits?

Therrien rolls 4 lines the heavyweight has to play legit minutes!

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Ward just said "Dr Recchi" on TSN

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Back to hockey... Montreal is playing quite well aside from the fluke Toronto goal. Toronto's defense is really shaky and they tend to choke on pressure. Keep it on and the chances will come.

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02-27-2013, 07:23 PM
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I'm against one dimensional goons, I'm not against playing rough. If the other team doesn't want to play hockey, dirty play isn't off limits as far as I'm concerned. I'm all for more players that will take out anything in their way.
Problem is it's guys like Orr that stir things up. Moen is a better player for example but he won't do anything for retribution. He'll fight when it comes to him but won't be looking for it. If the Habs had those type of goons like Orr, they're the ones that would be going after players.

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Our smurfs will fall like flies by tonight's end if we don't punish them with a couple of PPGs right now.

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Nothing I want to see more than Ryder getting his first welcome back goal to start off the second on the PP

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02-27-2013, 07:24 PM
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Ward just said "Dr Recchi" on TSN
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armstrong and moen need to wake the **** up! and fasto... I dont need them to fight... but trow some hits!!!

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Problem is it's guys like Orr that stir things up. Moen is a better player for example but he won't do anything for retribution. He'll fight when it comes to him but won't be looking for it. If the Habs had those type of goons like Orr, they're the ones that would be going after players.
Orr over Moen any day of the week.

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We can survive to one game where we get bullied or hit like crazy. But in a best of 7? Comon, we're gonna get killed.

MB, time to change that mentality of smurfs.

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Back to hockey... Montreal is playing quite well aside from the fluke Toronto goal. Toronto's defense is really shaky and they tend to choke on pressure. Keep it on and the chances will come.
Exactly their support comes soley form their Centerman, and there D-D passing is horrid in their own zone.

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So you get a legit heavyweight...who sits?

Therrien rolls 4 lines the heavyweight has to play legit minutes!
Sit Armstrong make the enforcer skip shifts simple.

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I'm sorry, but to those of you whining about toughness not getting us anywhere, what the hell is wrong with you? We obviously outplayed Toronto that entire period. You'd rather be the team to out-hit than out-play?

So ridiculous. At least bring up toughness when it is costing us the game. These idiots are going around hitting us but we are the ones playing the puck, outshooting and out-maneuvering them. Give me a break with our whining about toughness. This team is tough to play against already.
I'd rather we would get a good revenge via beating than winning the game.

Just for this game.

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And he challenged Prust during the 1st. Moen and White need to do their ****ing job
MT clearly told his tough guys to play clean.

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Our smurfs will fall like flies by tonight's end if we don't punish them with a couple of PPGs right now.
They may fall even faster if you bury the leafs on this pp cuz then they'll just be goin around *********g people up lol

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I'm sorry, but to those of you whining about toughness not getting us anywhere, what the hell is wrong with you? We obviously outplayed Toronto that entire period. You'd rather be the team to out-hit than out-play?

So ridiculous. At least bring up toughness when it is costing us the game. These idiots are going around hitting us but we are the ones playing the puck, outshooting and out-maneuvering them. Give me a break with your whining about toughness. This Habs team is tough to play against already.

We almost lost the 26 there.....

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Went to the leaf board..they seem to say that the hit on georges was clean..To me this hit was very dangerous brown pushed georges into the board when he was still a few feets aways from it...5 minute and a game was a good call to me

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Nice call, Aaron Ward. You moron. Playing for the Bruins too long hurt your heard.

Playoffs;

Erik Cole
43 games, 14 points, -8 (0.356 PPG - 27 points per 82 games pace)

Michael Ryder
70 games, 43 points, EVEN, (0.614 PPG - 50 points per 82 games pace)

Ryder's scoring pace is basically the same as his regular season pace. Dumbass.

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Orr over Moen any day of the week.
Silly leafs fan

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Ward just said "Dr Recchi" on TSN
I caught that as well!

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armstrong and moen need to wake the **** up! and fasto... I dont need them to fight... but trow some hits!!!
You do realize thhey had something to do with MTL's goal

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