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05-06-2013, 02:12 PM
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Anderson is really similar to Halak on our big run.

Remember how the Flyers beat him?

1) Stay close to him, block his view, make him uncomfortable

2) May sound stupid but DON'T shoot at every occasion. Goalies like constantly feeling the puck. So basically do a bit what the Sens have been doing with Price. Try to find the right play before shooting, weaken his save %, and shoot high! He's blocked EVERYTHING down low. If you miss then at least he didn't touch the puck. He isn't Pavelec where shots can constantly bounce in over his body, so limit the shooting.

That's in my opinion of course.

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05-06-2013, 03:20 PM
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i really hope someone from the Canadiens is reading this thread and is taking down notes....

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Run him , blantant elbow

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05-06-2013, 03:26 PM
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like on the power play, why are guys standing behind the net????? every single pp, there's a guy standing behind the net. get in front of the damn net and screen him. it sucks because on the other side, price has to look over and under 2 or 3 guys standing in front of him on the pp.

subban said, if everyone played like gallagher they'd have no problem. he's exactly right, every player on this roster should follow gallaghers lead. its the playoffs, get your damn noses dirty and crash the damn net and make it miserable for anderson and their dmen. if youre scared of getting crosschecked, wear extra padding, whatever...do whatever it takes.

in the playoffs, grit and heart >>>> SKILL every single time. and the thing with grit and heart, anyone can have it.

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05-06-2013, 03:45 PM
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My advice would be : Don't put Anderson on a pedestal.

Oh wait there is an entire thread dedicated to him on the habs board

Players who figured it out : Bourque, Gallagher, ryder

Players who don't have a clue : gorges and all the other players i have not yet mentionned.

Players who has almost figured it out : Plekanec who thought that hitting the post was gonna give him a goal.

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05-06-2013, 03:47 PM
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we re not gonna beat anderson enough to win the series.he's too good.

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05-06-2013, 03:48 PM
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we re not gonna beat anderson enough to win the series.he's too good.
He didn't really do anything last game. Habs got in his grill in game 2 and lit him up.

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Stop shooting from angles like Pacioretty does

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Price shoulda fought him. He woulda laid the beat down.

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05-06-2013, 03:52 PM
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He didn't really do anything last game. Habs got in his grill in game 2 and lit him up.
he did one really important thing.won the game.

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Seems to me like we keep shooting five hole.

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05-06-2013, 03:54 PM
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he did one really important thing.won the game.
Oh sorry. I forgot hockey is 1v1. The 5 skaters on the ice don't matter.

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05-06-2013, 04:05 PM
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in the nhl playoffs the most important player on any given team is the goalie.always has been ,always will be.teams with inconsistent goaltending do not go deep.we have inconsistent goaltending.ottawa doesnt .look i love carey and all but he's getting destroyed .the 2 nd and 3 rd goals?anderson never lets those in.

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05-06-2013, 04:13 PM
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With the exception of game 1, Anderson has been nothing special.

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he did one really important thing.won the game.
It's the Habs that lost it. We would have lost that game against any team or any goalie.

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05-06-2013, 04:34 PM
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you might wanna check out price vs anderson stats ,like gaa and save%.

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you might wanna check out price vs anderson stats ,like gaa and save%.
you might want to watch the games

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Continue to take unobstructed shots and don't fight to get a rebound.

No NHL goalie can survive that.

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continue to take unobstructed shots and don't fight to get a rebound.

No nhl goalie can survive that.
lol!

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05-06-2013, 05:06 PM
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you might want to watch the games
i have and what i noticed is that our goalie is letting in more goals than ottawas.you do know what happens when the opposition scores more goals right?

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Do what Max Pac is doing...stay 40 ft from the net

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i have and what i noticed is that our goalie is letting in more goals than ottawas.you do know what happens when the opposition scores more goals right?
wow, that's some helpful analysis on how to beat Anderson.

Might as well not even try, he's just too good!!

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05-06-2013, 05:14 PM
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it's not freaking magic:

1. get guys in his grill and block his view
2. avoid perimeter shots unless someone is crashing the net

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05-06-2013, 05:18 PM
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anderson has been the best goalie in the league this year.ott has the best d in the league this year.this trend is continuing in the playoffs.habs jus dont have the size and strength up front to overcome this.couple that with price and its done in 5.maybe 6.dont get me wrong i think we re on the right track,jus need to add a few key pieces up front and our future is real bright.and we've had a great season to boot.but unless something dramatic happens ,no way will price outplay anderson the rest of the way.

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05-06-2013, 05:20 PM
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and 2 outta 3 games price has let in at least 1 soft ,soft goal.how many soft goals has anderson let in?

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we need to screen him and have traffic in front of him. we're relying on one timers from the blue line (on our pp). they know what we are doing, we're mostly stationary and going for that big shot. can't just rely on that. our goals came when we were up close, or a back door play, but always in his face.

we have to sacrifice and have everyone charging the net, stop instead of fly by, and just keep wacking away. we need to get dirty.

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