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12-19-2011, 09:37 PM
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Why has "Anything can happen" suddenly changed to "Nothing happens"?

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Teach campoli how to do a saucer pass. Maybe Cammy can show him how to lift it into the stands.

I really liked our effort although everyone was not at their best at some point. The "4th line" continued to play the best so I don't care about how much ice time they got. We ended up hitting a lot, so while I would have liked to see Emelin, it wouldn't have made us win in the end, Diaz did his job. Price was amazing, again.

PK...why? WHYYY? and in Boston of all places!

Moen...seriously dude, not cool at all.

Way to go DD/Cole at the end and way to go Campoli for not being able to finish something Hal Gill probably would have placed. Second game, Campoli, I'm watching you...

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How we lost to such a mediocre team is beyond me. Habs looked terrible and still almost won. It would be nice if someone on this team would act like they give a ****. I see martins clone is going to just plod along with the same tactics that got martin canned in the first place.
He's only keeping the status quo until he gets his system in place..

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The Habs played really well but for a couple of defensive lapses and took it to thje Bruins in the third period. it was not a Jacques Martin style game. They certainly responded to Cunneyworth. Patrick Roy could not have done better. (Hey, Randy, get ourself a crash course in French.) I want more of the same. I liked what I saw from Nokelainen and Eller in particular. The Pacioretty-Desharnais-Cole line was flying. Kaberle and Gorges were very good. Even Darche played well.

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Beaulieu with a monster give away...

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Bruins are by far the superior team at this point. I get the feeling they did just enough to win. Easy day at the office for them.

Well, a tale of two teams, the Bruins headed for another cup run, the Habs, (hopefully) for a top 2 or 3 pick.

This is as uninspired a team as I've seen in quite some time. Just a complete mess. Let the rebuilding (or, if you prefer, retooling) begin.

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I can't believe we're still just a win away from top 8.

Nevermind the leafs just went to OT.

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Hey Bruins Fans! its like the paralympics, even if you win you're still retarded!
a win is a win. A top 5 pick will ease the pain this season for you guys

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Price & his consistent "lapse of concentration" trade mark

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Hey Bruins Fans! its like the paralympics, even if you win you're still retarded!
That's not very nice.

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What really worries me is Subban.

I mean, he just seems... drained. I know he might be sick, but he doesn't seem like he's having fun anymore.
Subbans play has been sketchy all year. He just makes some baffling defensive errors.

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Markov comes back in January. Please Lord, no more delays. He won't save the world, but he'll add some much needed experience and poise to our line-up. No more call-ups this year. Pleeeeease?
January? More like not before mid February. At this point if we keep sucking, might as well shut him down for the year and come back stronger next year. And we get a top draft pick

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Markov comes back in January. Please Lord, no more delays. He won't save the world, but he'll add some much needed experience and poise to our line-up. No more call-ups this year. Pleeeeease?
nooooo its a firesale even Markov is on the trading block

FAIL FOR NAIL !!

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The Habs played really well but for a couple of defensive lapses and took it to thje Bruins in the third period. it was not a Jacques Martin style game. They certainly responded to Cunneyworth. Patrick Roy could not have done better. I want more of the same. I liked what I saw from Nokelainen and Eller in particular. The Pacioretty-Desharnais-Cole line was flying.
The 2nd half of the 3rd certainly wasn't all Habs.. First half of the 3rd was but no finish as usual..

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Nope, I was wrong I guess, people are still *****ing about the only line that continually kept the Bruins in their zone.

AK/Eller should have been used a bit more, but they had their chances and tonight they were not on. I love those two but they were playing too fancy. Noke's line deserved the ice time they got. The turnovers were the reason we lost. Thomas had a good game. They made less mistakes than us. That's it.

not saying Eller didn't play a good game, but Cunney used that line as much as it needed to be (which was more than most people think).

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Soft plays by Subban and Moen leading directly to goals (3 in 2 games with the Campoli one)... That just sucks the life out of any team.

I loved the energy from the 4th line... until I kept seeing them on the ice every third shift and we needed a goal.

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12-19-2011, 09:41 PM
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Just one season of semi-failure will land us a top-5 pick (hopefully not #1)

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Price & his consistent "lapse of concentration" trade mark
are...you....serious....

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Bruins fan coming in peace.

Price is an awesome goaltender He stopped at least 4-5 sure goals, robbing every line at least once. Very frustrating goalie to play against. He'll be aggrivating us by taking away guaranteed points for years. I have no idea how Price made some of those saves. I think if you were up against anyone but Tim Thomas (read: another really great goaltender that neutralizes the Price advantage), the Habs wound have won that game.

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Hey Bruins Fans! its like the paralympics, even if you win you're still retarded!
Lay off le Moonshine

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I might be the minority here, but I thought the team played pretty good apart from the major derps on the 3 goals, especially considering it's the red-hot Bruins we're talking about.

I really thought we were going to come back there in the last few minutes. Oh well, on to Chicago

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Just one season of semi-failure will land us a top-5 pick (hopefully not #1)
Ok you don't want the 1st overall pick?

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