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Habs at WJC Part II (Gallagher, Bournival & Beaulieu CAN, Tinordi USA, Pribyl CZE)

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12-31-2011, 09:18 PM
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The right side of his face/mouth was swelling more by the second.
Broken jaw in my opinion. It looked bad.

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No eye so, he should be OK.
Broken jaws don't tickle.

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12-31-2011, 09:20 PM
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Broken jaws don't tickle.
The trainer had his mouth open like a cow, so doubt it.

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Canada playing like Montreal here.

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He's back! Beaulieu like a boss!

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Canada playing like Montreal here.
Fire everyone! Crucify the goalie! Kill Youppi! Oops.

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12-31-2011, 09:27 PM
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$146, 100 for the 50-50!?!?!

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12-31-2011, 09:29 PM
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$146, 100 for the 50-50!?!?!
That's HUGE! 73 Grand is a nice New Years for Someone in Edmonton.. WOW!

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12-31-2011, 09:31 PM
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Gallagher gets player of the game!!

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Gallagher for player of the game!

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Gallagher player of the game, clearly he's "failing" and has "cement hands".

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Gallagher gets player of the game!!
Future boss.

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12-31-2011, 09:32 PM
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Can these people not hear the song, or do they just have terrible rhythm?

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12-31-2011, 09:35 PM
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Gallagher player of the game, clearly he's "failing" and has "cement hands".
Well he was part of quite a few 3 on 1s and 2 on 1s, but couldn't come close to capitalizing like most of our Habs

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Gallagher player of the game, clearly he's "failing" and has "cement hands".
Who capitalizes is largely a matter of luck, we should be glad he`s generating so many chances. Long term that`s were scoring comes from.

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So....Sweden beat Russia, who saw that coming?

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Can these people not hear the song, or do they just have terrible rhythm?
It's actually why there needs to be a conductor in the orchestra. It takes a certain amount of time for the sound to travel to the singers(the audience) and by that time everyone's completely out of synch.

That's why there needs to be a visual cue to direct people to one beat, otherwise that always happens.

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Gallagher player of the game, clearly he's "failing" and has "cement hands".
I do think that some people missed your sarcasm.


Now, as to LastRide on post 36& Theosis on post 37...

What's with the fickle flip-flopping on Gallagher?


Reminds me of some of my Kindergarten students.

One minute, they're best friends. Five minutes later, they're hate each other and they're fighting & another five minutes later, they're best friends again.

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01-01-2012, 06:45 AM
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so Canada takes on the winner of the russia/czech game

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01-01-2012, 07:48 AM
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Reminds me of some of my Kindergarten students.

One minute, they're best friends. Five minutes later, they're hate each other and they're fighting & another five minutes later, they're best friends again.
That's Habs HF Board described to a tee!

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01-01-2012, 08:03 AM
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The CAN-USA had some epic Tinordi vs Gallager battles in it! Both Those guys were among their teams most effective players.

Gallager came so close.....but yet.....he will make a perfect hab some day.

Tinordi tossed Sheifele around like a rag doll. He needs to add some urgency but is already so big & sound positionally.....this guy is a can't miss prospect in my books. I love the fact that he has some nasty in him right away. He is not one of those big guys that will need to be asked to use him body more.

Gallager is just so **** ing pesky! He never quits. He will need to cash more, but with his hand eye co-ordination & hockey sense this should happen

Bournival had a solid game. His game makes more sense playing against the US.

Beaulieu played well, but still seems like he is finding his place on this team. He is not your typical defender. He really plays a unique style and I think for him to be succesful his coach and him will always have to both compromise....

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01-01-2012, 09:04 AM
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Gallagher is probably the one that is most frustrated. That's the story with goal scorers though, sometimes everything goes in, sometimes they just can't buy a goal. The positive is that unlike the goal scorer on our team (Cammalleri), Gallagher is always implicated in the play whether he is scoring or not.

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01-01-2012, 10:03 AM
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I tried paying close attention to Tinordi, he did have a number of turnovers early on but got better as the game went on aside from taking a dumb penalty that turned out to be costly. Having watched all of USA's games, their defense and goaltending didn't look very good overall. I did like what I saw from Tinordi and I am interested to see what he can do in a couple years once he fills out more, nice to see that we have a physical stay at home type with good mobility for such a tall frame. Hopefully he adds on more mass but not at the cost of his mobility and foot speed. Was impressed with his play on the PK.

Glad to see Gallagher get player of the game, too bad some of the bounces didn't go his way but he's playing well for sure.

Hope Pribyl dresses against Russia.

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Apparently people here don't believe 6'7 dmen take time to develop, and every prospect should be a Crosby or they are a bust.

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