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03-14-2013, 11:26 AM
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03-14-2013, 11:56 AM
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Are you sure he said that? Because that's not what it sounded like last night on Antichambre.
Nah I was just reading his mind


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03-14-2013, 12:25 PM
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Yeah, we're in 1st place so let's kill our depth.

All three guys (DD, Plek, Eller) had over 17-minutes of ice-time last night. That's perfect.

Seriously, do you not enjoy being in 1st place? It's like people around here WANT to lose.


Leblanc doesn't even play center anymore.
dd doesnt belong on the top line beyond this year , we have our #1 line center ready

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03-14-2013, 12:58 PM
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dd doesnt belong on the top line beyond this year , we have our #1 line center ready
He's not even our #1 Center right now. Plekanec is. The reason we are winning and in 1st place is for one reason. One. DEPTH. Trading him now kills out depth. So dumb. So, so dumb.

On another note; next year our lineup could potentially look like this;

Bourque - Plekanec - Perry/Gionta
Galchenyuk - Eller - Gionta/Ryder
Pacioretty - Desharnais - Gallagher
Prust - Bournival - Dumont
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That's a beaut line-up.

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03-14-2013, 01:07 PM
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We're depleted too.

We lost one of our best winger ,our second best defensemen and one of our primary two-way wingers in Prust, and one of our only tough guy. If that is not depleted I don't know what it is.

I don't think this argument is really worth it.

They lost the superior players but we we're also the better team.
Karlsson, Spezza, Michalek and Cowen for them and Prust, Bourque and Diaz for us.
I don't consider us to be depleted, none of these guys are front line players.

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03-14-2013, 01:30 PM
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Anyone who is genuinely suprised at how lars played last night is on another planet, or a massive troll.

Ive known this guy has had it since day one.

Enjoy the show.

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03-14-2013, 01:30 PM
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Look out for galchenyuk, and gallagher.

Both are power horses.

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03-14-2013, 01:32 PM
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diaz emelin subban tinordi, price.

GallyA gallyB Pacioretty Eller

Those are our most important future assets to this point

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03-14-2013, 01:53 PM
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the future looks bright?

this is a strange sensation as a Habs fan...

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PK Subban on Lars Eller: "Lars is a dominant forward..when he wants to be."

I know he didn't likely mean for it to come out like that, but it made me laugh.

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03-14-2013, 02:02 PM
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PK Subban on Lars Eller: "Lars is a dominant forward..when he wants to be."

I know he didn't likely mean for it to come out like that, but it made me laugh.
Lars could say the same about PK.

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03-14-2013, 02:24 PM
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Is that even French ? Or is that Gastonais ?

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03-14-2013, 02:35 PM
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lol nilan on mitch

"Lahs Ellah" !

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03-14-2013, 02:38 PM
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Eller had an insane game last night, but I still feel like there were several times where he should have passed it instead of hogging the puck. I'd say that is his one major flaw: IMO he is primarily a hog.

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03-14-2013, 02:41 PM
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On another note; next year our lineup could potentially look like this;

Bourque - Plekanec - Perry/Gionta
Galchenyuk - Eller - Gionta/Ryder
Pacioretty - Desharnais - Gallagher
Prust - Bournival - Dumont
White

That's a beaut line-up.
Needs more grit/strength than just prust IMO. Also, Pacioretty can't be on the 3rd line, he's our best forward (with Plekanec).

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03-14-2013, 02:49 PM
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03-14-2013, 03:10 PM
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Eller had an insane game last night, but I still feel like there were several times where he should have passed it instead of hogging the puck. I'd say that is his one major flaw: IMO he is primarily a hog.
That's funny.. last year, people said he didn't shoot enough and was always looking for the pass. I don't think he's a puck hog at all, especially with Galchenyuk. I think he was just feeling it last night (and who could blame him) so he was taking more shots than usual.

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03-14-2013, 03:17 PM
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That's funny.. last year, people said he didn't shoot enough and was always looking for the pass. I don't think he's a puck hog at all, especially with Galchenyuk. I think he was just feeling it last night (and who could blame him) so he was taking more shots than usual.
One needs to build their reputation as a dual-threat to be a star. Look at Gomez, he can pass but he can hardly shoot. Once the scouting report came out on him, his career went south. Eller needs defenders respecting his shot to make him a good playmaker. And if he's taking charge and creating chances with the puck then good on him. It's only a problem if he starts turning it over because he's forcing the play IMO.

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03-14-2013, 03:18 PM
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Needs more grit/strength than just prust IMO. Also, Pacioretty can't be on the 3rd line, he's our best forward (with Plekanec).
Cause the grit we have on the bottom lines now do so much. Nah, this lineup is fine.

Lines 1-3 should be listed as 1A, 1B and 1C and then a 4th line.

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03-14-2013, 03:28 PM
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Letting a depleted team coming back 2 goals from behind and getting severely outmuscled all game long? Yeah. Definitely shows we don't need Prust. Keep trolling though.
Yet we lost against the Sens last time they had an injury depleted lineup with Prust in the lineup. Hmmm.

I don't hate Prust. He's a key element to this team. But the reaction on the board when he got injured was nothing short of absurd. Habs have been fine without him.

Hopefully he isn't out too long.

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Yet we lost against the Sens last time they had an injury depleted lineup with Prust in the lineup. Hmmm.

I don't hate Prust. He's a key element to this team. But the reaction on the board when he got injured was nothing short of absurd. Habs have been fine without him.

Hopefully he isn't out too long.
I agree that we don't need him to win, but he does add a dimension to the habs game that helps us win.

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Yet we lost against the Sens last time they had an injury depleted lineup with Prust in the lineup. Hmmm.

I don't hate Prust. He's a key element to this team. But the reaction on the board when he got injured was nothing short of absurd. Habs have been fine without him.

Hopefully he isn't out too long.
We lost a skills competition, instead of winning one. Difference is, a hot goalie stood on his head last time, and we weren't half as roughed up as we were yesterday night.

But hey. Keep going!

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We lost a skills competition, instead of winning one. Difference is, a hot goalie stood on his head last time, and we weren't half as roughed up as we were yesterday night.

But hey. Keep going!
Make all the excuses you want, a loss is a loss. If you want to use a hot goalie excuse, you have to also acknowledge the fact that Lehner played great last night as well and kept the sens in the game.

Habs weren't any more roughed up than they usually are. Like I said, Prust is a key part of this team and would like him back sooner rather than later, but the overreaction to his injury was over the top, it went as far as some suggesting that he was the reason for the Rangers success and that his loss would be the downfall of the Canadiens.

He's a great player, but the Canadiens have enough depth to shoulder his loss.

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Make all the excuses you want, a loss is a loss. If you want to use a hot goalie excuse, you have to also acknowledge the fact that Lehner played great last night as well and kept the sens in the game.

Habs weren't any more roughed up than they usually are. Like I said, Prust is a key part of this team and would like him back sooner rather than later, but the overreaction to his injury was over the top, it went as far as some suggesting that he was the reason for the Rangers success and that his loss would be the downfall of the Canadiens.

He's a great player, but the Canadiens have enough depth to shoulder his loss.
The Rangers folly wasn't missing out on Prust, but trading the depth for Nash and not signing Prust. Nash is a great player, but he can't replace 3 roster spots.

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