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ECF #4 - 05/25/14 | Montreal Canadiens @ New York Rangers | 8:00 - NBC SPORTS, CBC

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05-25-2014, 10:05 AM
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Stepan is still out indefinitely? I think I'd rather see JT Miller centering Kreider and Nash than hurting 2 lines.
I was thinking this too, but by putting Kreider w/ Moore and Nash, and Miller with Boyler and DD, you mask their def deficiencies, whereas playing the, together would exacerbate them.

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Last game Habs didn't show anything to give themselves enough confidence that they could win this series or even two games in NY. All this nonesence after the game also points out to the weak mental state of their team. So, score a quck goal, take advantage of our speed against their defense and the Rangers should be able to take a strong grip on the series going to Montreal for game 5.

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We're the better team, but we still suck at finishing, it's been a season long stretch. Unfortunately that means we can easily lose to a worse team with a goalie playing over his head.

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Stepan is still out indefinitely? I think I'd rather see JT Miller centering Kreider and Nash than hurting 2 lines.
Moore is better suited to replace Stepan than Brassard. Maybe in another year I would've agreed with you but at this point Millers game is not ready for the defensive responsibilities of 1C.

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05-25-2014, 10:13 AM
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When will we get a legit timeline for Stepan?

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Vigneault says Stepan definitely out for tonight. No timetable for his return

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Last game Habs didn't show anything to give themselves enough confidence that they could win this series or even two games in NY. All this nonesence after the game also points out to the weak mental state of their team. So, score a quck goal, take advantage of our speed against their defense and the Rangers should be able to take a strong grip on the series going to Montreal for game 5.
They won a game of fluke goals, 3 out of the 5 bounced in off some random body part. We only got 1 of those, it's not as if they were sniping Hank all night. Granted, we didn't do much to get into Tokarski's head.

This puffed up arrogance coming out of MTL is terrible, especially from the fans whom have no outcome on the results of the game.

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Vigneault is rolling.Following perceived threat directed at Brassard,AV says he hopes nothing happens to Brassard or Therrien is in trouble.


I really like AV's demeanor.

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They won a game of fluke goals, 3 out of the 5 bounced in off some random body part. We only got 1 of those, it's not as if they were sniping Hank all night. Granted, we didn't do much to get into Tokarski's head.

This puffed up arrogance coming out of MTL is terrible, especially from the fans whom have no outcome on the results of the game.
They're arrogant over last win? Those fans seem to be arrogant no matter what. Literally only thing that kept them from being arrogant was us destroying them in game 1. Game 2 they were arrogant about "dominating" us, then they got dominated last game and they're arrogant again. One series and Montreal is now officially my #3 most hated team.

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Vigneault is rolling.Following perceived threat directed at Brassard,AV says he hopes nothing happens to Brassard or Therrien is in trouble.


I really like AV's demeanor.
What threat to Brassard?

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And this is the guy that whined about Kreider's hit? If they go after Brassard, I hope we go after Subban or Paccioretty (sp?).

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Habs and their fans remind me of entitled kids who have gotten everything their whole life, and are never told they are wrong.

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Habs and their fans remind me of entitled kids who have gotten everything their whole life, and are never told they are wrong.
Yep, whine, whine, whine, whine, and whine. And we thought the Penguins and their "whiny stars" were annoying. My guess in soccer in Europe it's probably accepted, since Habs think that they're European soccer fans.

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We're walking wounded tonight..

I'd love to get a 3-1 series lead instead of 2-2, but those lucky bounces keeps avoiding us..

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Yep, whine, whine, whine, whine, and whine. And we thought the Penguins and their "whiny stars" were annoying. My guess in soccer in Europe it's probably accepted, since Habs think that they're European soccer fans.
Montreal has made me feel like Pittsburgh lost with grace and class.

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Montreal has made me feel like Pittsburgh lost with grace and class.
They actually did. When we beat them, they looked at their own team instead of making excuses.

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Exactly. Everything is always someone else's fault.

That fan base/team is a disappointment. Somehow I expected something more classy.

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Exactly. Everything is always someone else's fault.

That fan base/team is a disappointment. Somehow I expected something more classy.
You expected class? Have you watched a game in Montreal? (I mean a game played in Montreal, not you being physically in Montreal).

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Please oh lord of all hockey gods in your magnificent benevolence, banish this obscene group of whiners and hypocrites to the charity golf course and crepe shops where they belong. May they all get groin concussions.

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Montreal fans are the worst in the league, nobody is more arrogant/self centered then habs fans, that's what made the McDonagh/Gomez trade sooooo much more sweet.

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Montreal fans are the worst in the league, nobody is more arrogant/self centered then habs fans, that's what made the McDonagh/Gomez trade sooooo much more sweet.
Please let's not generalize I've seen at most five Habs posters who don't act that way.

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Subban is the classiest thing about the habs, fans and coaches included

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