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11-08-2006, 12:25 PM
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Koivu, Kovalev, Komisarek adds up to a lot of potassium. Add a little Lanthanum, Beryllium and a hit of Boron and this team is ready to explode.

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11-08-2006, 12:33 PM
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Koivu, Kovalev, Komisarek adds up to a lot of potassium. Add a little Lanthanum, Beryllium and a hit of Boron and this team is ready to explode.
You knew the chemistry would be better once we exchanged some of that useless Rubidium for some good old fashionned Nitrogen.

Now if we could only get our head Potassium to look more like a heated active element than an inert gaz...

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Now if we could only get our head Potassium to look more like a heated active element than an inert gaz...
The fallout from that would be catastrophic. I can see the mushroom cloud now!!!!

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11-08-2006, 12:45 PM
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Koivu, Kovalev, Komisarek adds up to a lot of potassium. Add a little Lanthanum, Beryllium and a hit of Boron and this team is ready to explode.

Not until you add some oxygen to the highly reactive K+.

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11-08-2006, 12:49 PM
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Of course, it was necessary to remove the contaminants, one by one, that spoiled the chemistry. Gainey did that with tweezers, the way he would remove ticks from a dog's coat.

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11-08-2006, 12:54 PM
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You knew the chemistry would be better once we exchanged some of that useless Rubidium for some good old fashionned Nitrogen.

Now if we could only get our head Potassium to look more like a heated active element than an inert gaz...
Rubidium is even more reactive than potassium with H2O, and in most situations it's not good to have around. Strange, though, when H20 is below its freezing point (i.e., in the form of ice), the addition of rubidium has been observed to result in writhing.

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11-08-2006, 12:55 PM
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Chemistry geeks.

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Of course, it was necessary to remove the contaminants, one by one, that spoiled the chemistry. Gainey did that with tweezers, the way he would remove ticks from a dog's coat.
That is funny. In all seriousness guys this is the best discussion Thread I've seen in a long while. Pretty much everything has been said about the chemistry thing. There's no doubt that there are alot of very good character players on this team. It's also very encouraging to see Sammy and Kovy responding so well as of lately.

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11-08-2006, 01:00 PM
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Chemistry geeks.
Yeah, good thing AymanD identified this as a SERIOUS thread.

Actually, lately, every time I hear about chemistry on the Habs, the first thing I think of is "I hope Dick Pound doesn't hear about this".

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Yeah, good thing AymanD identified this as a SERIOUS thread.

Actually, lately, every time I hear about chemistry on the Habs, the first thing I think of is "I hope Dick Pound doesn't hear about this".
Hehehe... you just said Dick.

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11-08-2006, 01:05 PM
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Yeah, good thing AymanD identified this as a SERIOUS thread.

Actually, lately, every time I hear about chemistry on the Habs, the first thing I think of is "I hope Dick Pound doesn't hear about this".
On that note, one could argue that there was quite a bit of chemistry on the team last season as well. Different and definitely not on the level of Potassium Nitrate, but chemistry nevertheless.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finasteride

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11-08-2006, 01:12 PM
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great stuff guys

go habs go!

btw: i missed most of the game yesterday...(

where can i watch the fights? can anybody help me with that?
Check out http://hockeyfights.com/videos/ to see the fights.

I hope it's not a problem on this board to post a link to another site, I'll go with 'I'm new here'.

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Chemistry geeks.
I was a once a chemistry major, then transformed into a physicist and subsequently transformed into an economist. Chemical reactions can be strange and unpredictable. Of course, an economist is someone who's good at predicting what has happened yesterday.

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11-08-2006, 01:16 PM
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Did you guys see Koivu and Ryder's reaction towards Latendresse when he scored. They jumped him...It really showed that they were ecstatic for the kid.

I was surprised because people on this forum made it sound like dissention in the ranks was about to start because they put Tender to replace Higgins on the top line. Not so, I guess.
Have a look at the picture on the Habs site of the three of them right after the goal was scored. That says it all.

If only the fans could get along as well.

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11-08-2006, 01:23 PM
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Have a look at the picture on the Habs site of the three of them right after the goal was scored. That says it all.

If only the fans could get along as well.
http://www.canadiens.com/fre/index.cfm

good point. That picture is amazing.

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11-08-2006, 01:26 PM
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That is funny. In all seriousness guys this is the best discussion Thread I've seen in a long while.
Obviously not a big fan of Poutine.

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Chemistry geeks.
JEALOUS??? [ and BTW who knows more about chemistry than Bob Dylan].


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JEALOUS??? [ and BTW who knows more about chemistry than Bob Dylan].
Keith Richards?

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in the spirit of this thread ( in french sorry)

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I had doubles for lunch today (delicious curried chick peas in a doughy, soggy pastry). I am feeling a bit of internal chemistry right now.

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Accidentel ou non, on ne peut pas laisser passer un coup de genou, a-t-il dit. Mes coéquipiers sont comme des frères pour moi. Je veux qu'ils sachent que je suis là pour eux. -- Sheldon Souray

How can Bob not do everything in his power to re-sign this guy next season? In my opinion, if Markov is a 1a defenceman, Souray is 1b... even if he gets undressed now and then he makes up for it in goals twofold and his leadership and character are second to none. Shelly has become a spokesman for this team as of late and he doesn't even speak French. Don't see anyone complaining about it tho!

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