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05-05-2013, 12:35 AM
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Moen played 2 good playoff games. I'd give him top 9 minutes before Armstrong...and even though I never was a big fan of white, gotta admit that he played one heck of a game on friday and I could see him get some top 9 minutes. Something along those lines :

Bourque Plekanec Ryder
Prust Galchy Gally
Pacio DD Moen/White
White/Moen Halpern Armstrong

Go Habs Go!
What did Pacioretty do to deserve DD and pick a grinder as linemates.
Pacioretty is one of our best offensive weapon.

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I'll be there Oléing like crazy

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Great GDT!! Calder for Moroccan?

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I'll be there Oléing like crazy
Just no Ole Ole with 20 min + of hockey left and a 1 goal lead , please .

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Just no Ole Ole with 20 min + of hockey left and a 1 goal lead , please .
It's been almost a decade and people STILL believe Olé is a victory chant?

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Careful, you wouldn't want to disturb the elderly Sens fans napping next to you.

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It's been almost a decade and people STILL believe Olé is a victory chant?
If it's not a victory chant then it sure is used that way for Habs fan , they rarely Olé when they are losing. It always comes towards the end of the game when we are winning by a few goals.


"The chant is used frequently in football games around the world, and can be heard in Montreal Canadiens hockey games when the team is winning."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ol%C3%A...3%A9,_Ol%C3%A9

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ole ole ole chant is when the fans are happy with how the team is playing, it is not a nah nah goodbye type of chant. i have to explain this to my leafs friends all the time.

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ole ole ole chant is when the fans are happy with how the team is playing, it is not a nah nah goodbye type of chant. i have to explain this to my leafs friends all the time.
I'm not saying Wikipedia is a perfect source (as it can be mostly written by anyone).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ol%C3%A...3%A9,_Ol%C3%A9

It's also funny since enemy teams sing it to mock us when they are leading.

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What did Pacioretty do to deserve DD and pick a grinder as linemates.
Pacioretty is one of our best offensive weapon.
Pacioretty is good, but he could be better. I want him to show up like Bourque did on friday. I want him to have 50% of Gallagher's anger.

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05-05-2013, 01:06 AM
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But for now, I hope to see this lineup

Bourque Pleks Ryder
Maxpac Galchenyuk Gallagher
Prust DD Armstrong
Moen Halpern White

MT needs to grow some balls and demote DD already.

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Pacioretty is good, but he could be better. I want him to show up like Bourque did on friday. I want him to have 50% of Gallagher's anger.
Lol I dont think thats the right word for Gally who smiles alot. Maybe you mean feistiness? Agreed with Subban. If everybody plays like Gally, the team is going to be really successful.

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05-05-2013, 01:07 AM
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Pacioretty is good, but he could be better. I want him to show up like Bourque did on friday. I want him to have 50% of Gallagher's anger.
But he is obviously playing injured (missing practices for a while , missed last game , you don't miss playoff games for little pains and aches).

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I can't wait to see how many Habs fan there will be

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Great job yet again Moroccan.

Hopefully I'll be able to catch at least half this game while I deal with all the stuff that comes with moving. My last day in DC, won't miss it but it would be nice to close this chapter of my life with a Habs playoff win.

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This is my favorite GDT, my exact sense of humor. Very funny ad very well-made.

Getting an early lead will be helpful for the Habs today. Hopefully our depth players show up again and our physicality makes more room for our skill players. I am also looking forward to hopefully another great game by Subban and Price.

GO HABS GO!

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ole ole ole chant is when the fans are happy with how the team is playing, it is not a nah nah goodbye type of chant. i have to explain this to my leafs friends all the time.
I hope you speak slowly using small words.

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I want Patches & Desharnais apart. DD looked like a new player in game #2 doing things he used to do to get where he is.

Prust-Gally-Gally
Patch-Pleks-Moen/Ryder
Bourque-DD-Moen/Ryder
White-Halpern-Armstrong

Would be nice to see Leblanc in the top-9, but I doubt it.

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If it's not a victory chant then it sure is used that way for Habs fan , they rarely Olé when they are losing. It always comes towards the end of the game when we are winning by a few goals.


"The chant is used frequently in football games around the world, and can be heard in Montreal Canadiens hockey games when the team is winning."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ol%C3%A...3%A9,_Ol%C3%A9
Or if we just achieved a 2-3 goal deficit comeback and we clearly established the momentum.

Anything worth of celebration, really.

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What will be the percentage of Habs fans in attendance in everyone's estimation? Will this really feel like a road game?

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I want Patches & Desharnais apart. DD looked like a new player in game #2 doing things he used to do to get where he is.

Prust-Gally-Gally
Patch-Pleks-Moen/Ryder
Bourque-DD-Moen/Ryder
White-Halpern-Armstrong

Would be nice to see Leblanc in the top-9, but I doubt it.
Armstrong was way too good last game to be out of the top 9, let him play with Plekanec

Patch-Plekanec-Army
Prust-Gally-Gally
Bourque-DD-Ryder
Moen-Halpern-White

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