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03-29-2013, 07:58 PM
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N.Y. Rangers @ Montréal 7:00 PM CBC, RDS, NHLN-US

Looking forward to having Prust back and seeing Nathan Beaulieu on the second wave of the PP. I heard Lundqvist suffered a concussion. This game is ours for the taking.

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We own them in our building. I believe we have won 7 straight games against them in MTL. Several by 3+ goals.

But we haven't played them with Nash...

The Lundqvist concussion report seems to be a bizarre one. He practiced today.

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03-29-2013, 08:23 PM
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Prust should be back.

Hopefully we don't come out flat against them.

Also, in 2 career games against them Galchenyuk has 3 points (2g 1a)

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There are no easy games in this league. Rangers are desperate and I expect them to play a tough game against us. Torterella and Gaborik were involved in a heated discussion on the ice today for a about ten minutes. I am not sure what affect that will have. I could be wrong but the Rangers seem to have thrown in the towel on their coach and his antics.

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Probably will be a boring game...

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There are no easy games in this league. Rangers are desperate and I expect them to play a tough game against us. Torterella and Gaborik were involved in a heated discussion on the ice today for a about ten minutes. I am not sure what affect that will have. I could be wrong but the Rangers seem to have thrown in the towel on their coach and his antics.
Guys like torts have about a 3-4 shelf life per team...the team does seem to have quit on him...

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Galchenyuk has scored in every game vs the Rangers so far... hopefully the trend continues.

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The last few games, the habs have lost while while playing well and won while playing at a sub par level, so I don't know what to say

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Can't wait to see Beaulieu play

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Feels good to have Prust back. Man, I missed him.

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All the Islanders fans will be cheering for us.

Unfortunately for them they have to play Pittsburgh tomorrow.

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All the Islanders fans will be cheering for us.

Unfortunately for them they have to play Pittsburgh tomorrow.
I'll cheer for them hard! Go get him JT!

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The last few games, the habs have lost while while playing well and won while playing at a sub par level, so I don't know what to say
Prust is back in, look forward to a constant effort from the team. He's the heart of the team with Plek, P.K. and Price.

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03-30-2013, 12:54 AM
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Gotta work tomorrow night so I won't catch the game, but twitter is magical. I expect to come out firing after a couple days rest, plus Pruster is back and he always plays good against the Rangers. With him in our lineup, we truly have a balanced three-line wave of attack with a decent 4th of Moen, Armstrong and now Halpern who I think will also be rearing to go tomorrow.

4-1 for Les Boys.

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will be so fun to watch prust out there again. really missed him.

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Didn't think I''d be that excited about Prust returning, but it really is a relief to have him back. He really is a coaches best friend, the way he can fill any gap where needed while doing whatever is asked of him.

Not to mention he has seemed to step it up against his former team this year, between playing the Rangers and his first game in a while I expect him to really play at full throttle.

No, he's not the team MVP the way he was getting hyped as for a while, but his drive just make everyone else's job a little bit easier, and that is priceless.

I'm a bit worried about this game just because the past two were such emotional rollercoasters and the Rangers are as forgettable as you can get this year, but this is a good game to get Prust back up to pace and for Beaulieu to show us what he's made of.

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Chucks will benefit greatly...
He seemed like a deer in headlights for a couple of games after Prust went down.
He's managed to overcome in the last week or so (all on his own)
But I'm thinking Prust on his other wing has got to feel gooooood...

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LOL Therrien asked about Diaz if he's "progressed to the ice" again.. he's like "progressed to the gym, esti"

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Neutralise Rick Nash and this game is won, it's really that simple.

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I don't see us losing this one but neither did I expect us to lose against Buffalo at home. The Rangers are battling for a PO spot, let's not go out there and forget about the gameplan.

3-1 habs.

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We seem to have difficulty winning games even if we dominate the other team, just keep it simple and we'll be ok.

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To prepare for the Habs, Rags smurfed up -- Zuccarello (5'7") in his first of the season

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Gallagher with 2 goals and Prust with the 3rd.
Habs 3
Rags 1.

Torts melts on the bench and ko's a reporter after the game.

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Gallagher with 2 goals and Prust with the 3rd.
Habs 3
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Torts melts on the bench and ko's a reporter after the game.
That can happen pretty much anytime with him...

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Guys like torts have about a 3-4 shelf life per team...the team does seem to have quit on him...
The team needs a coaching change. He really does seem to have lost the room. It's a heck of a lot easier to replace him than it is to replace Gaborik, Richards etc... At some point that crazed coaching act wears thin and I think Torts' time has come. He needs to be replaced at this point.
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will be so fun to watch prust out there again. really missed him.
Yup, he definitely brings a dimension that the team lacks. Great to see him back.
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Chucks will benefit greatly...
He seemed like a deer in headlights for a couple of games after Prust went down.
He's managed to overcome in the last week or so (all on his own)
But I'm thinking Prust on his other wing has got to feel gooooood...
He was great with Gallagher too.
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Neutralise Rick Nash and this game is won, it's really that simple.
Sadly you are correct. Brad Richards and Gaborik seem to have dropped off the planet. Nash seems to be the only guy pulling his weight.

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03-30-2013, 10:13 AM
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We can question the real importance of Prust in this team, but no one can really deny that that the team seems to have a little bit more punch when ever he's on the lineup. Maybe its a coincidence. Either way, hope he's in... and can't wait to see him!

Cant wait to see how Beaulieu does too. Being on the powerplay as well, going to be very interesting.

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