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10-06-2006, 09:20 PM
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Carbo's first coaching mistske

Putting kovy on the ice in the last minute in the game,,Why ????
He and his line were a non-factor in the game.
Gotta go watch the overtime...shouldn't have toooo

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10-06-2006, 09:26 PM
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His second: Michael Ryder taking the shot.

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The real mistake is Rivet not slamming the guy into the boards and forgetting about the puck for a second. The puck would have been his very easily after that hit. No OT. No Loss.

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Putting kovy on the ice in the last minute in the game,,Why ????
He and his line were a non-factor in the game.
Gotta go watch the overtime...shouldn't have toooo
You're right. But that's one of the best regular season games I've ever seen. We're actually a good team, even with our shaky D!

And I like the way this team plays. We don't lay down in the pasture waiting for the kill like a Julien team....we keep going....Buffalo got the bounce (and Souray sucked)...but otherwise they know we beat them tonight....that's what counts...can't wait to see them again....


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Yes, samsonov was flashy... an enigma but i gota tell you.... afinogenov is the best player i have ever seen.

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Yes, samsonov was flashy... an enigma but i gota tell you.... afinogenov is the best player i have ever seen.
You didn't watch much hockey...

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You didn't watch much hockey...
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Yes, samsonov was flashy... an enigma but i gota tell you.... afinogenov is the best player i have ever seen.
Yeah, Kharlamov who?

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Put Souray in this line-up is an error.

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Yes, samsonov was flashy... an enigma but i gota tell you.... afinogenov is the best player i have ever seen.
yeah, that's why Ruff benched him until late in the game.

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Putting kovy on the ice in the last minute in the game,,Why ????
He and his line were a non-factor in the game.
Gotta go watch the overtime...shouldn't have toooo
carbo tried to replace higgins with kovalev but the ref didn't allow it. I guess carbo was too late but this all happened during the timeout.

Anyways, I agree, I would have been more comfortable with higgins out there for the last minute

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The ref forced Kovy to stay on the ice after the time out....I thought that was stupid. Habs take a time out...time out is over...Carbo sends Higgins to replace Kovalev but the ref stops it....weird.

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Didn't Carbo try to get Kovy off and Higgins in but an official wouldn't let him? I dunno, that's what... Pierre said. Maybe Miller. Either or.

Ryder in the shootout ticked me off. Stop DOING THAT!

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10-06-2006, 09:45 PM
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The real mistake is Rivet not slamming the guy into the boards and forgetting about the puck for a second. The puck would have been his very easily after that hit. No OT. No Loss.
thats a good point too. I'm not sure what rivet was thinking there

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I thought the exact same thing about the Kovalev thing at the end of the game but I guess someone cleared that issue up.

As for those who are saying the Kovalev line was a non-factor in the game are being extremely harsh IMO. In the first couple of periods they were putting together the nicest plays on the ice. The chemistry between the 3 of them is really working out a lot better than what it looked like with Ribs centering the line. It's not their fault Koivu's line took all the spotlight tonight because I really think the top two lines were solid as hell.

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afinogenov is the best player i have ever seen.
lol have you ever watched a full season???

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All these Habs coaches keeping Souray and Rivet together is the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen

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His second: Michael Ryder taking the shot.
I agree... Ryder was 0/4... now 0/5, he's just awful on shootouts.

Ive never understood why they never tried Ribeiro last year...

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Didn't Carbo try to get Kovy off and Higgins in but an official wouldn't let him? I dunno, that's what... Pierre said. Maybe Miller. Either or.

Ryder in the shootout ticked me off. Stop DOING THAT!
I know!

Carbo's never-do list:
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up

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I know!
Did I miss something here, Kovalev scored on his shot???? Ryder was one of the best Habs tonite, along withKoivu and Higgins. Kovalev performed one of his disappearing acts again. When is Ryder going to get some respect from this board.

Carbo's never-do list:
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up
Slotting Ryder into shootout line-up

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Who cares about who's shooting in the shootouts......If Rivet and Souray don't play together or too many minutes, we'll never go in shootouts. Rivet and Souray should've never be in the last minute of play. I would've played Traverse instead tonight....That's his real bad decision. And he shouldn't have used Pleks on the defensive zone faceoff....

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Putting kovy on the ice in the last minute in the game,,Why ????
He and his line were a non-factor in the game.
Gotta go watch the overtime...shouldn't have toooo
It didn;t matter anyways because mtl cleared the puck and they could have put higgins on after .

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Well, I found it quite odd that Carbo did not seem interested in what was going on during the Briere incident. On one side you have Ruff yealling like a madman, on the other calm Carbo not seeming to mind what was happening. He confirmed this during the post game press conference. He doesn't know what happened.

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I agree... Ryder was 0/4... now 0/5, he's just awful on shootouts.

Ive never understood why they never tried Ribeiro last year...
actually, ribs did have one game where he was involved in a shootout... against philly.... and he scored

ribs absloutely owns Robert Esche

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