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04-24-2013, 03:42 PM
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I think Tinordi will play the whole playoffs and will be with the habs next year. bye bye Hamilton for him.

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Good news. Give him a few games before the playoffs because we are going to need him. Sucks to be putting that kind of pressure on a prospect but there really is no other choice. His presence is essential.

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Good news. Give him a few games before the playoffs because we are going to need him. Sucks to be putting that kind of pressure on a prospect but there really is no other choice. His presence is essential.
TBH with the team mired in a losing streak...and his previous call up...not too much pressure on him.

He's not expected to be anything more than he is which is a bottom pairing, tough dman who can pk...

I'm sure Mark has a LOT to do with Tinordi's calm demeanor and positioning...it's probably a HUGE asset having a father with so much experience

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04-24-2013, 03:49 PM
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If that doesn't elicit fear into the hearts of the men and the gods, I don't know what will.
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EDIT: Oh and I hope Tinordi will play more than Bouillon, but I'm not too hopeful on that.

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TBH with the team mired in a losing streak...and his previous call up...not too much pressure on him.

He's not expected to be anything more than he is which is a bottom pairing, tough dman who can pk...

I'm sure Mark has a LOT to do with Tinordi's calm demeanor and positioning...it's probably a HUGE asset having a father with so much experience
True. But whether the team is playing well or not, every guy on the ice will be feeling the pressure of the NHL playoffs in Montreal. Especially if you have never experienced it.

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There is absolutely no way Markov gets healthy scratched.

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04-24-2013, 04:33 PM
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There is absolutely no way Markov gets healthy scratched.
If he's having a hard time keeping up.

With that said he's still miles and miles better than Weber and Bouillon.

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04-24-2013, 04:39 PM
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lol, I'm just saying...just because Markov and Bouillon had a day-off today doesn't mean they're going to be scratches tomorrow.

It could happen, but that's probably not an indication.
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EDIT: Oh and I hope Tinordi will play more than Bouillon, but I'm not too hopeful on that.
I would like to see Stortini in the line-up vs Toronto to send a message going into the playoffs. Like , we're not scared of you type of thing. But back to reality.. This team sees no bad from having your 2 top prospects getting pushed around every game. It's sad really... The lack of size and grit of the Habs is catching up to them, specially in the D zone, losing 1 on 1 battles. I would of loved to see MB get someone physical for the playoffs as I thought Tinordi is not ready yet, but he seems like our only option. Emelin's injury really hurts.

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Good news, though I'm not surprised. I think I even put money on seeing Tinordi before the playoffs. You know what this means, of course: We're going for it now! No wait, I mean we're building experience for next year! Actually, we're going for it now. Wait - no - building for next year! Going for it now! Building for next year! Now! Next year!

Stupid weird year...

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I think Tinordi will play the whole playoffs and will be with the habs next year. bye bye Hamilton for him.
This is what I'm hoping for.

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04-24-2013, 05:10 PM
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If he's having a hard time keeping up.

With that said he's still miles and miles better than Weber and Bouillon.
And Gorges, and Diaz and Tinordi... only Subban is better.

Defensively, he's struggling, offensively no one touches his vision and anticipation... give him a good shut down partner and he's Top 30 in this league.

I can't believe the amount of **** pourred on him... the guy hasn't played much in the last 2 years, is it not normal to slow down after a compressed 45 games schedule ??

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04-24-2013, 05:13 PM
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Weber was one of the only defenseman who was actually winning puck battles yesterday. It was nice to see. Shocked me, actually.
I know you have a tendency to support all underdogs no matter what, but Weber hasn't been good. He has no place on this team. I think kaberle is a better option than him.

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04-24-2013, 05:58 PM
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Even if we played Tinordi on the third pairing it's better than nothing. On what penalty kill line are we going to play him?

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I would like to see Stortini in the line-up vs Toronto to send a message going into the playoffs. Like , we're not scared of you type of thing. But back to reality.. This team sees no bad from having your 2 top prospects getting pushed around every game. It's sad really... The lack of size and grit of the Habs is catching up to them, specially in the D zone, losing 1 on 1 battles. I would of loved to see MB get someone physical for the playoffs as I thought Tinordi is not ready yet, but he seems like our only option. Emelin's injury really hurts.
The idea of calling up Stortini gets brought up so much, either on here or the radio and it's somewhat shocking to me

Stortini can't be recalled by the Habs or any NHL team for that matter because he only has an AHL contract, he doesn't belong to the habs, he belongs solely to the Hamilton Bulldogs...

Unless Stortini signs a contract with the habs, he can't be recalled

And this is beyond the very fact that he's a terrible hockey player and doesn't add anything, even in terms of toughness to the habs

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Tin's 21, Dad Mark debuted with the Rangers when he was 21 and playoffs the following year just sayin' he ain't a teen and won't break.

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Honestly, Kaberle should have been given a chance a while ago, although a poster said MB doesnt want to play him and risk injuring him, which makes sense. Say what you will about the guy but he's been nothing but professional.
Yes, I agree.

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And Gorges, and Diaz and Tinordi... only Subban is better.

Defensively, he's struggling, offensively no one touches his vision and anticipation... give him a good shut down partner and he's Top 30 in this league.

I can't believe the amount of **** pourred on him... the guy hasn't played much in the last 2 years, is it not normal to slow down after a compressed 45 games schedule ??
He has not played much in the previous 2.5 years so it is possible that his body is not having the same level of energy that he used to have.
We will see next season if this happens again.
May be some specialist in conditioning can enlighten us.

Also if you look in previous years, he was having less energy in the PO (something like 37% less production).
He may be similar to Plekanec and giving everything he has does have an impact on a player.
Also could be the time of the season where you have less points because the games are tighter.

Just hoping he can find his energy back because we need a top Markov to pass the first round.

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i think it'll be a very good experience for him, especially in terms of pressure management. i think MT will insulate him as he's done with the gallys and work from there.

tinordi isn't going into the playoffs at the same level of development as subby was when he stepped. i think just physical maturity. tinordi still needs alot more time to grow into his stature and realize his potential.

for our D prospects, he's the one that's supposed to pack the most punch but I don't want us to put too much pressure on him too quickly.

i wish we were going into the playoffs on a higher note which would afford us some games to rest markov, who's clearly tired.

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First, what the heck happened to Davis? Is he injured?

Second, it's pretty embarrassing the d-corps we put out there the last two games in terms of size.
One player taller than 6'1 (at least 3 5'10 or smaller) one player legitimately bigger than 200 lbs, no real punishers, no one with a real mean streak.
So much for being "tough to play against".

If it were up to me, I would scratch both Weber and either Gorges or Diaz and play both Davis and Tinordi.

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First, what the heck happened to Davis? Is he injured?

Second, it's pretty embarrassing the d-corps we put out there the last two games in terms of size.
One player taller than 6'1 (at least 3 5'10 or smaller) one player legitimately bigger than 200 lbs, no real punishers, no one with a real mean streak.
So much for being "tough to play against".

If it were up to me, I would scratch both Weber and either Gorges or Diaz and play both Davis and Tinordi.
I would scratch Markov to give him some rest. Forget the last two games better to have a fresh Markov for playoffs.

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I agree, bring back Kaberle into the lineup, especially in the playoffs.
Kaberle cannot make this team better and it would be totally stupid on Bergevin's part to risk having him injured and be forced to carry that contract for one more year.

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“Tinordi did well for us when he first came up and had all the excitement of making his first steps into the NHL,” said Therrien, of Tinordi’s six games with the club between March 16 and 27. “After that, he lost a little bit of his confidence. We want him to be more physical – that’s part of his game. He’s got to make sure that for a big kid like him, he’s a presence on the ice, and he did exactly that to finish the year in Hamilton. He’ll have an opportunity tomorrow and we believe in the young man.”

For Tinordi, the timing of the call-up give him the opportunity to show the kind of presence he’ll able to have at hockey’s highest level, with the payoff being a potential crack at the NHL’s second season.

“It’s obviously special to be around the Montreal Canadiens around playoff time and as a kid it’s something you grow up always dreaming about,” said Tinordi after his first practice back with the team. “I hope to get the chance to play, so I’m just going to work hard, and wait to see what happens.”


This is what Michel Therrien said after today's practice. So, Tinordi will play tomorrow night and MT wants him to be more physical.

I just hope Tinordi doesn't feel the pressure of having to drop the gloves against anybody (see a proven NHL Heavyweight). He needs to play hard, good defence, hit and drop the gloves against guys that he can take on. Hopes he's not gonna drop them with Mclaren on saturday night, for example.

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he needs to hit, and be very tough, play the way he can, and was drafted for.

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]I think Tinordi will play the whole playoffs [/B]and will be with the habs next year. bye bye Hamilton for him.
Hopefully it will be longer than 4-5-6 or 7 games long.

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There is absolutely no way Markov gets healthy scratched.
If we win tomorrow, I can see this happening.

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