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04-20-2013, 09:21 PM
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Gorges says 'We're soft'... Who is the soffest Hab?

Reporter:Why are you struggling right now?
Gorges: We're soft.


Who do you think on the habs is the softest player?

I call on David Desharnais


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04-20-2013, 09:22 PM
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04-20-2013, 09:23 PM
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They were good with Emelin. You don't play like this for 40 games because of luck.

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DD by far is the softest.

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04-20-2013, 09:26 PM
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Markov, quit being a little ***** and lay a few hits more than once every 2 or 3 games. It's been a flaw of his for a few years now

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Moen AINEC.

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04-20-2013, 09:28 PM
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Compared to what he can be Pacioretty is playing very soft. I wonder if putting on weight in the summer slowed him down. It helped take Subban to another level but Patches seems worse than last season. Which is saying something to how good he should be since he's still almost a point per game.

Overall though Desharnais is the softest. Literally any player in the league can knock him on his ass and the only time he wins a puck battle is when he sticks his butt out near the boards knowing the opposing team will take a penalty if they try to grab the puck from him.

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Markov, quit being a little ***** and lay few hits more than once ever 2 or 3 games. It's been a flaw of his for a few years now
Let it all out! Consider this a therapy thread, God knows we need one now.

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04-20-2013, 09:29 PM
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I think the whole team is.. like seriously.

Even big guys like Bourque, Pacioretty, Eller, Moen are soft in a way. We have no intimidating players.

You know you have a soft team when your toughest player is a 5'8 37 years old defenseman.

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Eller was pissed off at Erskine tonight and got into his face a couple of times. I was hoping that Eller would have dropped the gloves and fought Erskine.


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I think the whole team is.. like seriously.

Even big guys like Bourque, Pacioretty, Eller, Moen are soft in a way. We have no intimidating players.

You know you have a soft team when your toughest player is a 5'8 37 years old defenseman.
Basically everyone other than Prust, Subban, Bouillon and Emelin the rest of the team is very soft to borderline OK in the toughness department.

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Desharnais is the reason I drink

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Compared to what he can be Pacioretty is playing very soft. I wonder if putting on weight in the summer slowed him down. It helped take Subban to another level but Patches seems worse than last season. Which is saying something to how good he should be since he's still almost a point per game.

Overall though Desharnais is the softest. Literally any player in the league can knock him on his ass and the only time he wins a puck battle is when he sticks his butt out near the boards knowing the opposing team will take a penalty if they try to grab the puck from him.
I know what you mean, for a big guy he rarely hits or even drives the net anymore... just trying too much finesse out there. He is definitely missing Erik Cole.

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Eller was pissed off at Erskine tonight and got into his face a couple of times. I was hoping that Eller would have dropped the gloves and fought Erskine.

SH you were looking for some blood! lol

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Desharnais is the reason I drink
Yeah, DD's the reason why I'm heavily medicated right now.

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SH you were looking for some blood! lol
There always has to be the first time for everything.

Tonight would have been a good time for Eller to get his first NHL fight. It would have meant a lot to his teammates to battle Erskine.

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He's right.

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this thread needs a poll.

david desharnais by miles.

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Moen if you consider Size/play style ratio.

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David Desharnais would get pushed around in women hockey.

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David Desharnais would get pushed around in women hockey.
Probably wouldn't even get any PP time either.

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Some big changes are needed for sure we need to add some grit and toughness to the bottom six and on D ...Tinordi could be the answer on D mind you he needs to add weight to his lanky frame in order to be successful...

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David Desharnais would get pushed around in women hockey.
rotflmao!!!!!

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