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12-21-2012, 05:49 PM
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St. John’s IceCaps vs Hamilton Bulldogs-7:30pm EST Sportsnet,TVA

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Any streams for this game?

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Any streams for this game?
Pretty sure that today's and tomorrow's games are on Sportsnet...

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It's on tvasp tonight for sure at 7:30.

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Eager to see how Lefebvre can piss me off tonight.

FSD (flu) and Commodore (groin) are out. Totally green defence tonight.


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It's on sportsnet too

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The 2 useless goons are playing again...

The Dogs won 2 games without Stortini, yet he's now a lineup staple despite the fact they went 1-2-1 with him in the lineup during that road trip. Lefebvre is completely unable to evaluate a horrible veteran, it's a joke.

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The 2 useless goons are playing again...

The Dogs won 2 games without Stortini, yet he's now a lineup staple despite the fact they went 1-2-1 with him in the lineup during that road trip. Lefebvre is completely unable to evaluate a horrible veteran, it's a joke.
His reaction time is slow and his decisions are weird sometimes. I don't understand the reasoning behind playing Storts. He must be really good with the young guys to be granted a roster spot despite being absolutely useless on the ice.

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Wow, great play by Beaulieu there. He's exceeding all my expectations so far this season.

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The 2 useless goons are playing again...

The Dogs won 2 games without Stortini, yet he's now a lineup staple despite the fact they went 1-2-1 with him in the lineup during that road trip. Lefebvre is completely unable to evaluate a horrible veteran, it's a joke.
Yes because a guy playing the 4th line who gets 7 min a game is the reason the Dogs lose !! Just like it was Darche's fault last year.

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Yes because a guy playing the 4th line who gets 7 min a game is the reason the Dogs lose !! Just like it was Darche's fault last year.
Hagel almost just literally scored on his own net. After each 4th line shift, momentum shifts to the opponent.

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I wish Brunet was describing the game and not Langevin... That's saying a lot about my appreciation of Langevin.

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Hagel almost just literally scored on his own net. After each 4th line shift, momentum shifts to the opponent.
Still is not a valid point for a line that plays 6-7 mins. This teams problem is that the competition in the AHL is very strong this year. Besides, the coaching has average at best. I haven't been impressed with the Dogs top 2 lines, not one little bit !

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I thought Ellis is playing a pretty solid game so far, Tinordi not so much, seems really slow tonight... Beaulieu with some good moments, a bit of trouble in his own zone at the end of the period but still a good first from the kid.. Up front, Leblanc is playing with very little confidence thats obvious, hopefully he picks it up..

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Still is not a valid point for a line that plays 6-7 mins. This teams problem is that the competition in the AHL is very strong this year. Besides, the coaching has average at best. I haven't been impressed with the Dogs top 2 lines, not one little bit !
Generally, I'd agree. But Stortini had a pretty good streak of penalties that got us scored against. The AHL is very strong this year, I agree. All that means is that all the moving parts of a team need to be at their best. The fact that Stortini plays at all is worrisome.

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I thought Ellis is playing a pretty solid game so far, Tinordi not so much, seems really slow tonight... Beaulieu with some good moments, a bit of trouble in his own zone at the end of the period but still a good first from the kid.. Up front, Leblanc is playing with very little confidence thats obvious, hopefully he picks it up..
Tinordi is notorious for taking a while to adjust to new leagues but I think after this season he will step up as a dominant player. Ellis however is my favourite defense prospect, love his game, patience and hockey IQ.

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Clearly Leblanc is playing with linemates that cannot follow his speed of execution. Fortier loses every puck battle and Quailer is visibly a step too slow. Even Fortier can't follow.

Leblanc has the puck on his stick all the time but cannot do it all by himself.

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Come on corbin. You're gonna make me sound like a hater.

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Fall behind 2-0?

Putting Stortini on the ice on the next shift is Lefebvre's answer. As if playing that underwhelming line every 4 shifts wasn't already enough.

Gallagher scores!

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Gallagher goal! What a pass from Fortier. Fortier is having a pretty good game.

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Clearly Leblanc is playing with linemates that cannot follow his speed of execution. Fortier loses every puck battle and Quailer is visibly a step too slow. Even Fortier can't follow.

Leblanc has the puck on his stick all the time but cannot do it all by himself.
I'd like to see him play with Bournival and Gallagher and move Holland down a line.

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I'd like to see him play with Bournival and Gallagher and move Holland down a line.
Players a being developed for future role with the Habs. Leblanc will play a third line role in NHL. Gallagher will play on a top two line.

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Players a being developed for future role with the Habs. Leblanc will play a third line role in NHL. Gallagher will play on a top two line.
Get off HF, Sylvain.

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Get off HF, Sylvain.
It's about time we develop organizational standards when it comes to development.

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