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03-16-2013, 09:14 PM
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We found a way to win on a night where we played an average game.

Which is what good teams do.

We have some sort of magic going right now, amazing to watch.

Very solid debut by Tinordi!
Not really. We should have won this game easily considering how fatigued the Devils should have been, but really it was us who looked fatigued.

Great game by Price tonight. Hopefully he continues this streak of great games and not great game-good game with weak goal

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Great game by Carey. We gutted out another win. First in the east.

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What a battle for 1st in the East. Tomorrow we won't be first anymore, Bruins vs Penguins at 12h30pm. And we play Bruins and Penguins back to back next week.
That will be a real challenge, will be happy if we can get 2/4 points

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14 point playoff cushion.

Unbelievable.

Now we can sit back and relax.

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Don't you love guys that are quick to criticize and slow to compliment?
I wouldn't even say that tonight is Price's best game this season like so many are saying. It's his best game in a few weeks, sure, but come on. Short memories?

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Towernordi.....

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I'm bad at making up nick names.

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Unless you've had a linguistic epiphany, the word you're looking for is epitome
Nah, I know what the word means..I'm mocking some Sens fan that posted in a PGT last week....he called the Habs the epiphany of diving.

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Habs are the epiphany of diving...what can I say.
I think you mean epitome, but ya, we dive SOO much.

Unless, wait, I've had an epiphany. Maybe every team has players who flop and some Bruins fans are just sore that we won.


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14 point playoff cushion.

Unbelievable.
You figure this year the cutoff is probably around 54 points to make playoffs. Habs need only about 6 more wins out of 20 games

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Anyone see Bouillon come over to Tinordi when Pleks scored and how much he had to lean his head back to look up ? Funny as hell.

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Unless you've had a linguistic epiphany, the word you're looking for is epitome
Unless it's in the context of biased Bruin player watching a Habs game hoping to improve his own reverse triples in the tuck position.


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14 point playoff cushion.

Unbelievable.
I definitely felt the Habs would compete for a spot this year. Didn't think they'd be winning like they are now. Feels good man

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I just saw the corsi for the Markov-Emelin pair...not a very good game by those two, to say the least.

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Ugly win. Team looked like injuries were catching up to them and they let a tired NJ team dictate much of the pace.

Props to Price, it must feel good for him to have a game like this with his recent struggles.
Eller and Subban were once again solid.
Tinordi started off slow, but he looked much more comfortable by the end of the game. Very pleased with his performance.
What about Plekanec? He scored the game winner. His faceoff % was 66%. He had a blocked shot and one takeaway.

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I think you mean epitome, but ya, we dive SOO much.

Unless, wait, I've had an epiphany. Maybe every team has players who flop and some Bruins fans are just sore that we won.

We need a GIF Hall of Fame and this one is top 10

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theres still 20 games left and Montreal already have 42 pts. 7-13 would mean 56 pts.

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Tinordi was huge tonight.........he took up at least 3 seats in the Prudential Center.



Subban is unbelievable..............un........fuscin........ ....believable.
This young man will be the corner stone of this franchise.

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solid game for Tinordi, for a big guy he is a good skater with good hockey IQ and has decent offensive skill that can only improve.

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Wife and daughter are sound alseep after the Pen's victory today... This, in about 45 seconds, is going to be interupted by a stark raving madman wielding a Hab's jersey I kid you not. I need to pee first.

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Tinordi was huge tonight.........he took up at least 3 seats in the Prudential Center.



Subban is unbelievable..............un........fuscin........ ....believable.
This young man will be the corner stone of this franchise.
Subban + 2nd for Couturier?

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What about Plekanec? He scored the game winner. His faceoff % was 66%. He had a blocked shot and one takeaway.
Man, completely slipped my mind. Thanks for reminding me. He was buzzing out there, but he was held back by his linemates for most of the game.

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What about Plekanec? He scored the game winner. His faceoff % was 66%. He had a blocked shot and one takeaway.
Classic Plekanec game, great defense and was a breaking up plays everywhere, a goal, stepped it up on the faceoff dot, but his line didn't generate too many chances compared to how they usually do (two shots on goal for the entire line, both by Plek), but that has more to do with Moen and Gionta than Plekanec.

Great game considering the circumstances.

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Not really. We should have won this game easily considering how fatigued the Devils should have been, but really it was us who looked fatigued.
By magic I mean...we just seem to be incredibly clutch. And as soon as we made it 2-1, I don't know about you guys, but I knew we were going to hold on.

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I would have like a chance at MacKinnon or Drouin this year but winning is so much fun!

On a side note, the more I see Nashville, Dallas and Calgary lose, the more I like our draft picks.

Right now we have:

28 (Habs 1st)
37 (Cal 2nd)
42 (Nash 2nd)
59 (Habs 2nd)
71 (Dal 3rd)
89 (Habs 3rd)


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