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01-25-2012, 10:05 PM
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I'm sure its been posted but if not...

In the last three months Scott Gomez has played in 13 games. Habs are 7-3-3 & he has 6 pts & is +6 in those 7 wins.
I'm glad others are starting to realize the Habs are a much better team with Gomez than without him. Thanks for the interesting facts!

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01-25-2012, 10:06 PM
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they couldn't even get Ole Ole Ole to sound right in 2nd period

You sure can notice the atmosphere is gone .
The team has had a rough season and the French media are doing their best to stir up any kind of resentments that they can.

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01-25-2012, 10:07 PM
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The team has had a rough season and the French media are doing their best to stir up any kind of resentments that they can.
empty chairs tonight, even for the Wings.

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The team has had a rough season and the French media are doing their best to stir up any kind of resentments that they can.
That's the ONLY reason.

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01-25-2012, 10:14 PM
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Amazing night for players like Desharnais, Cole, Emelin, Eller and Kostitsyn.

Great night for guys like Gomez, Plekanec, Pacioretty and Gorges.

The only player who had an iffy night was Subban. I really can't wait for things to clear up for him. Amazing game by pretty much everyone on the team. I'm very happy with tonight.
^^same here^^

I am not a fan of Blunden but he did not look out of place alongside Eller and Kostitsyn.

Subban? I did like his play during the 3rd... an end to end rush during his first shift after the 2nd period benching! That's how you cope with adversity.

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01-25-2012, 10:16 PM
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empty chairs tonight, even for the Wings.
I was at the game. No more "empty" tonight than it's been for any of the other games I've attended since the lockout.

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Rene Bourque: "Scott Gomez is playing well for us and I hope our fans will realise that."
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01-25-2012, 10:17 PM
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I was at the game. No more "empty" tonight than it's been for any of the other games I've attended since the lockout.
not what my Tv which is 42 , showed me .

number 1 team in NHL in town ...

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01-25-2012, 10:19 PM
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I've always said I hated booing players. Especially guys who are actually putting forth a good effort. Dumb fans.

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01-25-2012, 10:24 PM
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not what my Tv which is 42 , showed me .

number 1 team in NHL in town ...
A lot of people left with about 2:30 to go in the game to beat the rush but other than that, it was full as ever.

I guess my eyewitness report can't compete with your 42" TV but just thought I'd give you the perspective from someone who was actually in the building.

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^^same here^^

I am not a fan of Blunden but he did not look out of place alongside Eller and Kostitsyn.

Subban? I did like his play during the 3rd... an end to end rush during his first shift after the 2nd period benching! That's how you cope with adversity.


Blunden is actually very good so far this season!! Starting to love this player!
Even Darche is starting to play well!!!!


Darche-White-Blunden

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01-25-2012, 10:25 PM
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Nice face there.

Looks like Desharnais was preparing to get a nice pat on the head but Weber came in and intercepted it.

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01-25-2012, 10:32 PM
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Blunden is actually very good so far this season!! Starting to love this player!
Even Darche is starting to play well!!!!


Darche-White-Blunden
Is White good in the faceoffs circle? Because that would be a solid 4th line!


PS when I saw Blunden, a few games ago, playing wings on Pleknec's line, I was... annoyed. His top 6 appearances clouded my judgement! I must admit that you are right: he is doing ok/good thus far this season.

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I was at the game. No more "empty" tonight than it's been for any of the other games I've attended since the lockout.
I saw a "lot" of empty chairs in the red and first row (behind the board). By lot I mean 30-40 empty seats but I can only see one side of the ice on tv so I guess there was more.

And it was in the middle of 2nd or third period so it wasn't at the beginning or end of a period.

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Looks like Desharnais was preparing to get a nice pat on the head but Weber came in and intercepted it.


He sure looks like he's enjoying it too!

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01-25-2012, 10:39 PM
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Looks like Desharnais was preparing to get a nice pat on the head but Weber came in and intercepted it.
My GAWD... that's exactly how it looks! lol

Sneaky Weber!

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01-25-2012, 10:43 PM
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This game vaults the Habs into the top half of the league in goals per game, despite their league-worst power play.

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01-25-2012, 10:44 PM
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Can I get at least a little bit excited for this:

Pacioretty - Desharnais - Cole
Bourque - Plekanec - Kostitsyn
Gomez - Eller - Gionta
Moen - White - Blunden

Markov - Gorges
Emelin - Subban
Kaberle - Diaz

Price

Just a little bit, please? At least for next year? No?

okay
Where's Grigorenko?

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Wings fan here, was at the game tonight. You guys are mean

Kidding of course, great game guys

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This game vaults the Habs into the top half of the league in goals per game, despite their league-worst power play.
Too bad all of our goals have come in three games.

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A lot of people left with about 2:30 to go in the game to beat the rush but other than that, it was full as ever.

I guess my eyewitness report can't compete with your 42" TV but just thought I'd give you the perspective from someone who was actually in the building.
No , 10 mins left in 2nd period etc....was they exiting then?


I'm just telling you they panned the crowd a few times, there was empty chairs...

42 inch eyes 20/20 ,it's what i saw.

I thought Detroit in town 1st overall, might bring them all out .

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This game vaults the Habs into the top half of the league in goals per game, despite their league-worst power play.
If only things were a little different this year, this team...

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Seriously.. I didnt think Cole was that good when we signed him, what a player!! Amazed..
You obviously didn't do your homework. JM is that you?!?

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