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09-09-2006, 10:46 AM
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GDT-MTL vs Florida 4 PM

Yesterday is over.
Now it's Florida at 4 PM.
Who is Florida bringing to this game?
Florida 6-1 against York yesterday.

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09-09-2006, 10:59 AM
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Who is Florida bringing to this game?
http://www.floridapanthers.com/image...rookiecamp.pdf

Frolik, McArdle, AHL-ers Stefan Meyer and Drew Larman, Tyler Plante and David Shantz in goal.

I would assume either Laccasse or Desjardins gets the start for us.

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We gon' kick some ***!

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I just want to see, Grabo,Chipper,Tender keep it up.
I hope Aubin does better ( a right shooting centre)

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Anyone has complete roster with jersey numbers for the Habs rookies ?

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I hope Joanisse plays today

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woo just got my tickets

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I hope grabo rips it up.

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09-09-2006, 12:59 PM
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woo just got my tickets
It's in Montreal?

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I hope Grabo really rips the traiinig camp and takes ribeiro's spot

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It's in Montreal?
It's in Toronto.

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It's in Montreal?
no it's in toronto ricoh center

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Anyone has complete roster with jersey numbers for the Habs rookies ?
Forwards (14)
#78 Mathieu Aubin (fifth round pick 2005, under contract)
#28 Kyle Chipchura (first round pick 2004, under contract)
#29 Matthew D'Agostini (sixth round pick 2005, under contract)
#59 Mikhail Grabovski (fifth round pick 2004, under contract)
#47 Sergei Kostitsyn (seventh round pick 2005)
#84 Guillaume Latendresse (second round pick 2005)
#37 Ben Maxwell (second round pick 2006)
#68 Juraj Mikus (fourth round pick 2005)
#15 Pier-Olivier Mouton (invitee)
#36 Eric Nelson (invitee)
#53 Keven Petit (invitee)
#34 Alexander Hoover-Picard (invitee)
#70 Gregory Stewart (eigth round pick 2004, under contract)
#54 Ryan White (third round pick 2006)

Defensemen (8)
#72 Mathieu Carle (second round pick 2006)
#85 Cameron Cepek (seventh round pick 2006)
#88 Martin Fréchette (invitee)
#55 Jon Gleed (seventh round pick 2004, AHL contract)
#6 André Joanisse (invitee)
#80 Conrad Martin (invitee)
#3 Ryan O'Byrne (third round pick 2003, under contract)
#17 Frédéric Saint-Denis (invitee)

Goaltenders (3)
#95 Loïc Lacasse (sixth round pick 2004, under contract)
#30 Cédrick Desjardins (AHL contract)
#31 Carey Price (first round pick 2005)

http://www2.canoe.com/sports/nouvell...08-084902.html

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Is it just me or did Grobo look great the another night.Does he have a shot at the team

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Price was amazing last night wasnt he.

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Price was amazing last night wasnt he.
... Are you saying he was awful? They were using enlarged nets and he faced 39 shots as our boys were outshot 39-23.

Even with the big net, a save percentage of .846 is nothing to gawk at, but no reason for comments like that.

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Agreed. As Price states in his interview, the larger nets were a distraction. I'm sure Pogge agrees

No defense and 39 shots. Price must have felt like he was back in Tri-City...

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Again I do have mixed feeling about Price. It really depens how you look at it. He did stop 33 shots while the second coming of god only stopped 18 and this with, it seems, the larger pads while Price is already using the smaller ones. Though it seems Pogge didn't let softies, and made some great saves, while Price did make some good saves, let a couple of softies. Saw some replays about Grabo's goal (real nice) and some goals on Price, especially the top shelf wrist shot, Price was way too deep in his net. Didn't like his positioning at all in this one.

So my biggest problem with his is not him not being fast enough, tall enough, but about not being consistent enough. And obviously I'm not only talking about yesterday, but his U-18 performance as well, the whole season last year and this performance. And so far he does have always the benefit of the doubt, Tri-City and yesterday bigger nets and poor defence.....

I guess I'm, like most of us Habs fans.... , expecting more from him like being a gamebreaker, making the biggest save when needed and unfortunately, if he would've picked 20th, we would'nt have the same discussion. A 5th round pick does deserve that kind of attention and if he's that mentally tough like some said, he'll get over it.

But again, I know it was a big thing, but I can't believe how he reacted when he learned the news about the nets.....And then we hear how frustrated he was in the 3rd period......If this guy makes it or not, it would definately be more of a confidence and mental problem than his athletic abilities......

Personally, I am questioning his mental abilities but time will tell. I believe he's still at least 2 if not 3 years away from the Bigs....

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Price may have been deep in his net because he was unacustumed to the big net and wasn't sure how to cover his holes and such, which made him uncomfortable. Whenever a goalie isn't sure what to do, he goes deep in his net, which would explain why Price didn't have a flying game.

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Price may have been deep in his net because he was unacustumed to the big net and wasn't sure how to cover his holes and such, which made him uncomfortable. Whenever a goalie isn't sure what to do, he goes deep in his net, which would explain why Price didn't have a flying game.
Again, I'm not just saying that based on yesterday, but for me I just see a trend that makes me think he may not have the "mental toughness" some said it was one of his best asset. I just don't see it......yet.

But again, he might be somebody who will thrive with tougher competition.

I saw him a whole week at the dev. camp and it was tough for me, who's so not a goalie, to see if he's lazy or if he's just so good technically that it makes it look easy....

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Someone can confirm if Sergei Kostitsyn really has #47 ?

It's probably mean that Aaron Downey will change his number

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Someone can confirm if Sergei Kostitsyn really has #47 ?

It's probably mean that Aaron Downey will change his number
he played with #24 in london knight ohl

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Again I do have mixed feeling about Price. It really depens how you look at it. He did stop 33 shots while the second coming of god only stopped 18 and this with, it seems, the larger pads while Price is already using the smaller ones. Though it seems Pogge didn't let softies, and made some great saves, while Price did make some good saves, let a couple of softies. Saw some replays about Grabo's goal (real nice) and some goals on Price, especially the top shelf wrist shot, Price was way too deep in his net. Didn't like his positioning at all in this one.

So my biggest problem with his is not him not being fast enough, tall enough, but about not being consistent enough. And obviously I'm not only talking about yesterday, but his U-18 performance as well, the whole season last year and this performance. And so far he does have always the benefit of the doubt, Tri-City and yesterday bigger nets and poor defence.....

I guess I'm, like most of us Habs fans.... , expecting more from him like being a gamebreaker, making the biggest save when needed and unfortunately, if he would've picked 20th, we would'nt have the same discussion. A 5th round pick does deserve that kind of attention and if he's that mentally tough like some said, he'll get over it.

But again, I know it was a big thing, but I can't believe how he reacted when he learned the news about the nets.....And then we hear how frustrated he was in the 3rd period......If this guy makes it or not, it would definately be more of a confidence and mental problem than his athletic abilities......

Personally, I am questioning his mental abilities but time will tell. I believe he's still at least 2 if not 3 years away from the Bigs....
who are you ?...André Savard ?...

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Game's started, anyone know who's in goal?

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