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03-28-2013, 12:09 PM
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The man next to me was wearing a Criag Sager style sport coat and enjoying a few glasses of white wine whilst infecting the entire section with his overzealous cologne.

I'm really starting to hate the Garden.
I like it when these fans come into the building, overly excited, then yell at everyone for not cheering loud enough. While yelling, is turned around, not watching the game he is yelling at everyone for not being excited for.

I still can't get over the hipster bro and his dad next to me. There is a time and place for high 5's and shaking the stranger next to you, but its not after every ****ing goal in March.

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03-28-2013, 12:11 PM
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Different result if the Ref's didnt call a delay of game on a deflection.

How many blatant dives did the hab's sell last night.

3? 4? maybe more?
it never should have mattered. it should have been 5-2 at that point and ended in a laugher with scores being settled. I'd be just as ticked off right now if that penalty and goal never happened and we won 5-4. And i've got the texts to my drunken sth buddies to prove it.

The final 10 minutes of the 3rd for a team on the 2nd leg of a back to back should be so debilitating to them that they should be questioning their very decision to play professional hockey. Their only thought at that point should have been what is the fastest route to the team bus, not how are we gonna tie this sucker up.

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03-28-2013, 12:13 PM
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Well what a great 24 hours
Tell me about it. It had the potential to be the best night of the year: Huge come back from a 2-0 deficit vs the habs, Price getting yanked, Bruins playing with emotion, and Iggi coming to Boston. And then boom! the **** hits the fan.

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03-28-2013, 12:20 PM
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Tell me about it. It had the potential to be the best night of the year: Huge come back from a 2-0 deficit vs the habs, Price getting yanked, Bruins playing with emotion, and Iggi coming to Boston. And then boom! the **** hits the fan.
Well now imagine this, didn't get the chance to watch the game, or infact, be anywhere near a PC since yesterday. Came home from work a few hours ago to read up what happened over the last 24 hours or so. Was in a good mood due to the day off tomorrow as well. Very unhappy camper now though.

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03-28-2013, 12:21 PM
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Only against the Habs would a puck hit a Bruin defenseman in the face, land on the stick of a Hab with an open net, then on a PK which had shut down the Habs all night would a shot deflect off a Bruins stick past Rask.

I hate the Habs with a passion, NONE of this would have happened if the Bruins came out with fire, instead, led by Horton, this team seemed like they were all anxious to greet what they thought was going to be their newest teammate at the airport after the game.

The first 25 minutes of this game is where the B`s had their chance, not in the last 7 mins

It's funny, but it seems Montreal has been ridiculously lucky against the Bruins for many, many years, no matter who is on their roster.

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03-28-2013, 01:22 PM
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It's funny, but it seems Montreal has been ridiculously lucky against the Bruins for many, many years, no matter who is on their roster.
And getting the right call right when they need it. It was really annoying that the Bruins couldn't do anything in the ***out, er I mean shootout. But I am glad my PCP switched me to a different anti-anxiety medication so the loss didn't hurt as bad.

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03-28-2013, 02:00 PM
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It's funny, but it seems Montreal has been ridiculously lucky against the Bruins for many, many years, no matter who is on their roster.
Gally's goal was as lucky as Marchand.

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03-28-2013, 02:18 PM
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Habs fan here.

The Canadiens were very, very lucky tonight. That last penalty for delay of game is gift from the hockey Gods. The B's transition game was much better than the Habs, you guys took advantage of a bunch of rebounds allowed by Price, and for some reason Habs won it. I was watching the game with a Bruins fan in a Boston pub (I live there for work) and as soon as Gallagher scored in shootout, he just bolted out of the pub. He doesn't want to talk to me at work today.

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03-28-2013, 02:27 PM
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Gally's goal was as lucky as Marchand.
Nope, not even close.

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03-28-2013, 03:36 PM
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I don't know why but I really hate Lars Eller

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03-28-2013, 03:57 PM
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LOL someone is looking for a fight....

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03-28-2013, 05:26 PM
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Seguin with 12 mins estoi paille with 14 es toi. Awful.

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Well the Bruins should have won this game but we got lucky and the Habs worked really hard to come back in the game.I really love the rivalry between the Habs and the B's.Best hockey rivalry ever!But please don't complain about the dives.Marchand is a pro "embellisher'.But i'll be honest yeah sometimes my Habs dives.Bergy continue to make me hate him. xD But god, I would love to have him in my team.I love to see PK continue to score goals against the B's. It's priceless!And Larsy continue to do well against you guys.Can't wait to the next match against you guys!Anyways,good luck for the rest of the season. C:

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03-29-2013, 01:32 AM
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Well the Bruins should have won this game but we got lucky and the Habs worked really hard to come back in the game.I really love the rivalry between the Habs and the B's.Best hockey rivalry ever!But please don't complain about the dives.Marchand is a pro "embellisher'.But i'll be honest yeah sometimes my Habs dives.Bergy continue to make me hate him. xD But god, I would love to have him in my team.I love to see PK continue to score goals against the B's. It's priceless!And Larsy continue to do well against you guys.Can't wait to the next match against you guys!Anyways,good luck for the rest of the season. C:
Yes the B's should have won this game ... because they were at home and didn't play Pittsburgh the night before!!! You're very sporting about it, but the Habs played a good road game on short rest and cashed in on their chances. They put themselves in position to benefit from a little luck that came their way here and there .... but the B's should never have allowed them those chances in the first place.

Good luck, until we meet again!

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03-29-2013, 09:58 AM
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he did call a timeout I believe...and then puts Pando out there and he gets schooled by Markov...
No, he used the timeout before the OT 4 on 3.

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03-29-2013, 10:06 AM
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I guess it shouldn't be surprising but Hamilton looks awesome paired with Chara.

Next year if that's the pairing Hamilton could put up some big points.

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03-29-2013, 10:10 AM
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I guess it shouldn't be surprising but Hamilton looks awesome paired with Chara.

Next year if that's the pairing Hamilton could put up some big points.
Agreed, He seems to play his best and be the most comfortable with Chara on his side.

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03-29-2013, 10:15 AM
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I don't know why but I really hate Lars Eller
I hate everyone of those mother****ers.

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03-29-2013, 10:25 AM
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I don't know why but I really hate Lars Eller
I hate him too.

Mostly because I was not sober one night watching a game and started singing UNDER MY LARS ELLER-ELLER-ELLER-EH-EH-EH. Now, I can't see/hear his name without that happening in my head.

****.

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I hate him too.

Mostly because I was not sober one night watching a game and started singing UNDER MY LARS ELLER-ELLER-ELLER-EH-EH-EH. Now, I can't see/hear his name without that happening in my head.

****.
I wonder if his girlfriend sings that too

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i wonder if his girlfriend sings that too
dirty bird go wash your wings!

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03-29-2013, 11:32 AM
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Still waiting on a habs fan to admit they didn't deserve that one
It isn't about deserving it is about taking advantage of the opprotunities when presented and we did. I like the rivalry with the Bs but for me being an oldschool HABS fan since birth there is not hatred here unlike the one I have with the best rivalry in hockey and that is the HABS Laffs.

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It isn't about deserving it is about taking advantage of the opprotunities when presented and we did.
Very interesting that the Montreal Canadiens are consistently handed said opportunities. Usually in the dying minutes of a game. Huh.

What is the disparity of power plays between the Bruins and Canadiens again? in less than 30 games you guys already have over 50 more PPs?

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Very interesting that the Montreal Canadiens are consistently handed said opportunities. Usually in the dying minutes of a game. Huh.

What is the disparity of power plays between the Bruins and Canadiens again? in less than 30 games you guys already have over 50 more PPs?
Yep it is the game we play and the game you play unfortunatly our smurfs help draw penalties nothing more nothing less. I will say this god awfull stupid delay of game puck over the glass penalty REALLY needs to be removed it does more to slow the game down than anything.

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