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04-01-2013, 10:24 PM
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Boring game and it kinda scared me that the Canes would win it. Price played strong.

JEFF!

Oh my Golly. Did the Caps make these for all their players? 'Cause that's so cheezy, it's awesome!

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04-01-2013, 10:26 PM
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4 actually

http://www.sportsclubstats.com/NHL/E.../Montreal.html

just need 55 points to a clinch a spot
id like a 10-3 (or better) finish and finish with 70 points or more. they are 9-3-1 in the last 13. duplicating that would make 70 pts exactly

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04-01-2013, 10:26 PM
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What the **** did I just watch
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I want my 51 seconds back.
I don't know what it is, but I didn't tell you to watch it.

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Oh my Golly. Did the Caps make these for all their players? 'Cause that's so cheezy, it's awesome!
I hope not, but not every time I hear that song I think of Jeff!

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04-01-2013, 10:28 PM
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Cover your ears boys, reverse psychology at its finest.

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Aww c'mon, you've basically clinched! Plus, don't you want us around as easy playoff fodder?
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id like a 10-3 (or better) finish and finish with 70 points or more. they are 9-3-1 in the last 13. duplicating that would make 70 pts exactly
oh totally agree but ill celebrate a little at 55 then celebrate again when they clinch the northeast(knock on wood)

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Denis Gauthier is proof that most of the ex NHL players have no clue what's going on upstairs.

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Patrice Bernier ‏@pbernier10 3m

Je vais loin avec ça mais Nathan Beaulieu des #Habs me fait penser à Petr Svoboda dans sa façon de patiner et jouer. #goodolddays

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4 actually

http://www.sportsclubstats.com/NHL/E.../Montreal.html

just need 55 points to a clinch a spot
10 (either from us or losses from the 9th place team that count as -1) and we have that little x besides Montreal.


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Denis Gauthier is proof that most of the ex NHL players have no clue what's going on upstairs.
Probably because Denis Gauthier has nothing going on upstairs himself.

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Denis Gauthier is proof that most of the ex NHL players have no clue what's going on upstairs.
I dislike Gauthier with a passion, he was a dirty player and he talks about stuff he doesn't have a clue about. He's also way too aggressive as an asst coach in youth minor hockey.


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Patrice Bernier ‏@pbernier10 3m

Je vais loin avec ça mais Nathan Beaulieu des #Habs me fait penser à Petr Svoboda dans sa façon de patiner et jouer. #goodolddays
I'm going back with this, but Beaulieu reminds me of Svoboda with skating and playing.

Denis Gauthier is a huge tool. I don't even understand French really but I'd never watch L'antechambre.

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I really like Therrien.

It's easy to get over-excited after a lopsided win, but man is he calm.

Steady sailing boys.

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No problem! In return, just make sure you lose against us Thursday
Be generous an OT loss would suffice.

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Probably because Denis Gauthier has nothing going on upstairs himself.
Pretty much lol, he was criticizing Feaster for trading Iginla and Bouwmeester. Come on he's trying to rebuild this franchise.

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Denis Gauthier is a huge tool. I don't even understand French really but I'd never watch L'antechambre.
He's not so bad.

Miles above PJ Stock. That guy's unbearable.

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patrice bernier played in the Q before he chose soccer. didn't' know that

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He's not so bad.

Miles above PJ Stock. That guy's unbearable.
Stock is more of a biased ******* than Gauthier. Gauthier is dumber.

Imo, of course.

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The progression Beaulieu has made from the beggining of the seaosn is unbelievable. It really shows that Sylvain Lefebvre knows what he's doing with young defencemen.

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Mike Johnson and Kevin Weekes, to me, seem to be the best (recent) ex-players on panels. They don't make dumb statements and they seem down to earth. I like both of them.

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Mike Johnson and Kevin Weekes, to me, seem to be the best (recent) ex-players on panels. They don't make dumb statements and they seem down to earth. I like both of them.
Add Marc Denis.

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Stock is more of a biased ******* than Gauthier. Gauthier is dumber.

Imo, of course.
I think Gauthier, and most hockey players that come on need better presentation skills.

Making it seem as though you know what you are talking about, even if you haven't the slightest idea is not the easiest skill to master. It's a valuable skill in that field nevertheless.

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Anybody find it disturbing when Bouillon tossed Semin into the boards late in the third.


Pacioretty can really fly when he gets going full speed. I'm glad the talk a few years ago of teams inquiring about him when he was struggling that Montreal did not trade him. It would of been a disaster to trade him early.

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I don't know what it is, but I didn't tell you to watch it.



I hope not, but not every time I hear that song I think of Jeff!
I guess I forgot to put because it was awesome.

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Anybody find it disturbing when Bouillon tossed Semin into the boards late in the third.


Pacioretty can really fly when he gets going full speed. I'm glad the talk a few years ago of teams inquiring about him when he was struggling that Montreal did not trade him. It would of been a disaster to trade him early.
What do you mean, disturbing?

It probably should have been a call for holding/roughing, as he held him back a bit and got his hands up pretty high.

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Add Marc Denis.
So true. Compared to Brunet... lol I had switched to TSN and CBC back then, because of Brunet only. Denis is really good

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