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03-16-2013, 10:04 PM
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LOL Didn't have a chance in hell. She sleeps with one eye open with a butter knife when the Habs play. She has learned LMAO. Have a great evening all!
I love how upbeat you are, makes the Habs win even better!

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03-16-2013, 10:07 PM
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That streak of games where Price sucked, he sucked. Today, he was great. Doesn't change the fact he sucked those few games.
I know he's kind of a touchy subject around here but can't we at least all agree that we'd all like to see more of tonight's Price and less of the version in the last two or three games?
(disclaimer: Price fanboy here, his 08/09 sweater hangs prominently over my desk - feel free to flame me! But I also own a Halak shirt so does that make me a doubleagent?

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03-16-2013, 10:11 PM
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It DOESN'T feel like it, but we won despite a very depleted roster.

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03-16-2013, 10:12 PM
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Was hardly a streak and nobody denied that he did for those two. It was more that he was helping us win the other games by being solid which is not a given.
One could say Price was lucky tonight though, as some fellas could not elevate the puck, some shots hit him instead of going by him, and the post denied Kovalchuk. But he made some great saves though.

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03-16-2013, 10:19 PM
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One could say Price was lucky tonight though, as some fellas could not elevate the puck, some shots hit him instead of going by him, and the post denied Kovalchuk. But he made some great saves though.

He took away the net and let's say the shooters do manage to lift it or whatever. Is it then Price's fault or not? Not much more he could do tonight so it supports the assertion that it's not always that a goalie is bad, rather that a shooter is great.

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03-16-2013, 10:19 PM
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That streak of games where Price sucked, he sucked. Today, he was great. Doesn't change the fact he sucked those few games.
So what? Look at his won-lost record. The Habs are a respected team today and are taken seriously by every team (even if Bruins fans won't acknowledge it, although even they don't look forward to a playoff matchup of Rask vs. Price). So do knowledgeable commentators who don't bear a grudge against the Habs.

Oh, yes, the game itself. It was extremely close after the first period and the Habs were wretched in the second. They could have lost were it not for Price.


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03-16-2013, 10:22 PM
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Great game by Price. Hoping for more of that.

Also a great game by Subban, wish he could have gotten a point.

Like everyone else, I was really impressed by Tinordi. In his call up thread I said that he had a shot a carving a niche for himself because he fills a huge need on the roster but that he was probably too green even for that. He made me reconsider. Maybe he can play, more exposure required.

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03-16-2013, 10:22 PM
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Great team win tonight!!!! Especially proud of Tinordi playing lights out in his first NHL game #beauty #monster #tinman
Okay, the tinman had no heart. That could be an awkward nickname if it sticks.

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03-16-2013, 10:27 PM
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Okay, the tinman had no heart. That could be an awkward nickname if it sticks.
It should come off like Christmas wrapping.

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03-16-2013, 10:29 PM
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Okay, the tinman had no heart. That could be an awkward nickname if it sticks.
But he had a heart all along....

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03-16-2013, 10:30 PM
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Was at the game. Quick notes: Subban was terrific, just couldn't expect him to be that fluid, skilled, dominant... made some sloppy, over-eager plays -- but he's even more impressive, commanding in person than on a screen. Keeps it up for another two years and he'll be a Team Canada type, perpetual Norris trophy candidate. Price is even cooler, silkier than one expects. Galchenyuk looks a little lost right now, behind the play, and his one good chance you could see the nerves tighten. But he'll be fine. Gally works harder than anyone else on the ice. And DD is a step slower than you'd ideally want a player of his kind to be. Tinordi? Had your heart in the mouth when he touched the puck in the first period, but he pulled it together. Wish he were a stronger skater-- more Hal Gill than Larry Robinson potential. But awfully sweet to see him get a point.

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03-16-2013, 10:32 PM
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Tinordi handled the puck well tonight and I'm glad MT put trust in him at key times tonight. Should do good things for his confidence. Looking forward to seeing him play again. Hopefully in an exciting game

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Who played a great game tonight?!?!?!

... yes. Colby Armstrong.

Had he played like this since the beginning of the season, nobody would question the relevance of having him in the lineup.
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03-16-2013, 10:43 PM
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http://video.canadiens.nhl.com/video...222289&lang=fr

lollll watch Markov in the Armstrong interview

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03-16-2013, 10:46 PM
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lollll watch Markov in the Armstrong interview
LOL! New avatar

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lollll watch Markov in the Armstrong interview
LOL, Markov is in touch with his human side tonite!
But what happened to Armstrong's tie/collar?

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lollll watch Markov in the Armstrong interview
Markov what a troll

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03-16-2013, 10:56 PM
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Markov what a troll
him cheering at the end was pretty awesome

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lollll watch Markov in the Armstrong interview

What a champ. He didn't even crack a smile while he was doing it

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03-16-2013, 11:22 PM
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He took away the net and let's say the shooters do manage to lift it or whatever. Is it then Price's fault or not? Not much more he could do tonight so it supports the assertion that it's not always that a goalie is bad, rather that a shooter is great.
It's not Price's fault if they do lift it; you can only cover so much space. You are presupposing me for one of the haters when I am not. But Lady Luck was on his side tonight that the pucks hit him instead of going behind him.

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What a creeper

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Tinordi's nickname?

Tonner??
Tiny or Tinman

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What a creeper
looks like Mr.Bean

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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.
paddy's day early?

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Tiny or Tinman
Tiny is good, there's a character in Dota 2 called Tiny that gets bigger as you level up his ultimate

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