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04-11-2013, 08:26 PM
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What leads you to say this? He has backchecked really well tonight, made some smart passes and drove hard to the net. How is he playing poorly?

Are you watching this game?!
It's Carey Cost, don't expect any logic out of him. Getting shots and chances is actually good, but the way he sees it is, not scoring on those makes you bad.

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04-11-2013, 08:27 PM
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Beaulieu-Subban pairing was the sexiest thing I've seen in a long time..

Btw, someone know why Patch missed on the awesome setup by Subban? I mean, fobbly puck, unprecise pass, or he just fanned?

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Beaulieu's bigger than Kaberle so hopefully he won't ever be such a softy. It's hard to score 67 points though.
Kaberle is 6'2 220 actually

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Kaberle is 6'2 220 actually
Kaberle's weight is from eating an abundance of twinkies.

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Kaberle is 6'2 220 actually
My bad. Always thought he was a lot smaller than that.

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CBC just said since March 1st Subban is 5th in scoring in NHL

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Kaberle is 6'2 220 actually
He's huge in person, met him at Cafe Ferreria's a few times. Leblanc is tiny, met him at the same place.

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Did I hear that right? Since March 5th Pk Subban is 5th in scoring in the league?

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Kaberle's weight is from eating an abundance of twinkies.
And donuts. Mmm, donuts...

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He's huge in person, met him at Cafe Ferreria's a few times. Leblanc is tiny, met him at the same place.
If you keep running into Habs in resturants you could be the next Stubbs.

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Barely going in front of the net, and when he does hes very soft at it.. + he can't shoot for his life
Come on man, the guy has been playing well tonight and just because he hasn't scored tonight, he "sucks"? His chances weren't amazing anyways. How can you say he is soft and doesn't go in front of the net when he drove directly to the net right off a turnover? He's also one of our better shooters... all your complaints are unfounded.

I already thought it was silly that you criticized Price against Washington but this is getting silly. Why do you have to choose someone to dislike every game, even when we are winning in dominant fashion?

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I guess he thinks when you have scoring chances and you don't score = you suck.
That's pretty much exactly what he's thinking in my opinion.

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Did I hear that right? Since March 5th Pk Subban is 5th in scoring in the league?
Yep you did

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They gave the first goal to Bourque

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My bad. Always thought he was a lot smaller than that.
Common mistake. He plays small, hence the confusion.

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More than anyone else, Beaulieu reminds me of...Letang.

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What leads you to say this? He has backchecked really well tonight, made some smart passes and drove hard to the net. How is he playing poorly?

Are you watching this game?!
I agree Patches played a solid two-way game in the 1st period.

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Observations :

- Galchenyuk is awesome, and has developed good chemistry with eller. Thanks to eller for adjsuting.
- Lol at the guy who completly missed his check on subban. Front face ghost jumped.
- Beaulieu got some balls to control the puck so deep in the offensive zone. Nice to see he's got confidence. Maybe subban can be a good influence after all.
- Great comment on previous post that said subban is good at slowing the play.
- Pacioretty will have to work hard to get his magic back. I know he has lots of pts but he could have even more pts.
- Pleky and Bourque seems to work again.

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They gave the first goal to Bourque
That does it! Gionta, you're useless again!

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the kid picked a hell of a time to get HOT , woo Gally!

and god damn, did i miss bourque, ..such a servicable player, size speed hitting nose for the net, ..on a good team, bourque is a VALUABLE player. welcome back to the SHOW

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04-11-2013, 08:32 PM
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Beaulieu-Subban pairing right now!!!!
This was just great to watch. Can't wait for Beaulieu to get more seasoning that shift it was like watching five forwards in the O-zone. Can;t believe how they cycled that puck and moved around so fluidly.

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It's Carey Cost, don't expect any logic out of him. Getting shots and chances is actually good, but the way he sees it is, not scoring on those makes you bad.
What a silly mindset to have. Like you said, creating chances and getting opportunities is a good thing.

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They gave the first goal to Bourque
As long as Plek gets an assist..I'm getting killed in my fantasy playoffs right now.

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04-11-2013, 08:33 PM
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Tell us something we don't know JM was an awful dinosaur who hurt our image and a lot of our young players significantly.

Btw Steve Ott gives a great interview.
I know but it's still funny to think that he was talking about puck possession hockey in his first interview as Habs coach.

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