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And the Oscar goes to .... *fake suspense*... Carey Price. Habs win 2-1

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12-03-2011, 06:12 PM
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great game

couldn't have asked more

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12-03-2011, 06:12 PM
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Bernier was good tonight. But there's a reason why Quick is the #1. He's better. I have no doubts that he would have done as well today if not better.
Ah so the game would be 1-0 right? Because I mean.. yeah.. Bernier is to blame for the loss?

Or wait does Price suck because Quick would have played?

Two goals on 28 shots. Be happy you have two great goalies. We only have one.

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And what about Richards and Mitchell being out?
*deep breath* Markov, Gomez, Pacioretty, Campoli, Spacek...

There's more, but those are the biggies. Montreal's blueline is 50% rookie ATM.

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This game could have gone either way. Two solid post shots by LA. We needed these 2 pts. Good!

Good game by AK, Price, Diaz and Cole. I liked Leblanc on that 3rd line. Really smart player. I think he should stay at least a few more games...

Now PG, get rid of Gomez and get something worth 7.3M. I'm sure it could help.

...and a real 4th line ... please? ...

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...you DO realize Montreal is the most injured team in the NHL, right?
I do realize that past man games lost have no impact on this game in particular.

Richards and Mitchell (and Parse and Martinez) >>> Pacioretty, Markov, Campoli, and Spacek

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reason why we won: Darche
We scored more goals than they did

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And what about Richards and Mitchell being out?
Pacioretty Markov White Campoli Spacek
while we have 4 defense men that have less than what.. a combined 250 gp?

Yeah.. injuries = zero excuse buddy

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I do realize that past man games lost have no impact on this game in particular.

Richards and Mitchell (and Parse and Martinez) >>> Pacioretty, Markov, Campoli, and Spacek
Listen while you're at it... please give me today's loto numbers... apparently you can predict outcomes.
Atleast your positive about your team. This forum lacks that.

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Richards and Mitchell (and Parse and Martinez) >>> Pacioretty, Markov, Campoli, and Spacek
That's wrong before pointing out you forgot Pacioretty.

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12-03-2011, 06:16 PM
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Incidentally, it's pretty funny how we went from "but we had players out" to "but your players being out isn't important"!

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Richards and Mitchell (and Parse and Martinez) >>> Pacioretty, Markov, Campoli, and Spacek
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That's wrong before pointing out you forgot Pacioretty.

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I must say that another person using the injury card on the habs is the funniest thing I've read all season


You wont get any sympathy from here.

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12-03-2011, 06:18 PM
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Sorry, I counted for names and figured you forgot him. Which makes your statement even more ridiculous, incidentally.

I see you actually forgot Gomez instead. And don't give me the "he sucks" routine; he doesn't.

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And what about Richards and Mitchell being out?
And what about our best goal scorer and our best defenseman being out?

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With Quick, Richards, and Mitchell it would have been a MUCH different outcome, in my opinion.
But Quick has much, much worse hands than Bernier.

Richards would have scrapped Subban, though.

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12-03-2011, 06:23 PM
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And what about our best goal scorer and our best defenseman being out?
Richards and Mitchell?

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logical lines for Tuesday:

Patches-Plex-Gio
Cammy-DD-Cole
AK-Eller-Moen
Darche-Noke-hopefully a forward?

Now lets see if Martin has some common sense...
the GOMER will be back! hopefully. best 4th liner in the league!

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12-03-2011, 06:26 PM
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Good game from the boys this afternoon. Loved watching the leblanc-eller-kostitsyn line. It turned out to be a good matchup vs LA's 3rd line. Back to MTL now to play the BJ's!(insert joke here)...LETS GO BOYS!!!! GO HABS GO!
I would love to keep Leblanc here for a few more games. Cammaleri seems like a totally better player playing with DD and Cole. So with Patches back do you reinstate the hot line, or maybe add size across all your lines; I would try this for a few games.

Patches---Pleky---Gio
Cammy--DD----Cole
AK---Eller--LL
Moen---Yoki---Darche

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Pacioretty Markov White Campoli Spacek
while we have 4 defense men that have less than what.. a combined 250 gp?

Yeah.. injuries = zero excuse buddy
Yeah LA's defense was totally healthy for this game. Drewiske and Voynov were playing just for giggles.

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I do realize that past man games lost have no impact on this game in particular.

Richards and Mitchell (and Parse and Martinez) >>> Pacioretty, Markov, Campoli, and Spacek
Well that's one opinion...not shared by too many on this board I would guess.

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Yeah LA's defense was totally healthy for this game. Drewiske and Voynov were playing just for giggles.
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Yeah LA's defense was totally healthy for this game. Drewiske and Voynov were playing just for giggles.
Ah okay I get it. We were supposed to lose.. You were supposed to win.

Okay go back to your board and talk about how big headed we are, how stupid french people are and how PK Subban sucks.

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Well that's one opinion...not shared by too many on this board I would guess.
No it's probably not. But hopefully the realization that LA was missing some very key pieces will explain why the Habs didn't get swept on the road trip.

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BTW, has anyone made a bigger jump on the depth chart than St-Denis? I certainly wouldnt place him as the #11 d-man anymore.

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BTW, has anyone made a bigger jump on the depth chart than St-Denis? I certainly wouldnt place him as the #11 d-man anymore.
I don't notice the guy on the ice. That isn't a bad thing at all though.

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