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05-01-2013, 10:04 AM
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Please, you forgot about visiting press. We need space for Tony Marinaro's carcass too!
Oh ok, but I'm pretty sure all of the Gazette, Journal de Montréal, La Presse, Le Soleil, CBC, etc. etc could take up Garrioch's area.

Man, can't wait for these games to start, there's more back and forth between us than between the players right now.

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Have you seen our Penalty Kill?

You could fit Oprah Winfrey's Book Club (read: collection of obese black women) in the space unoccupied in front of Price's crease.
I assure you, your PK will be the least of your worries in this series

The Sens PP has fallen into a deep well and can't seem to get out.

They can be playing well and as soon as they are on the PP they start flailing about and
seem to lose all composure and all momentum in the game.

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If Price is inconsistent I see Ottawa taking the series.

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Yeah it pretty much still is true.
No, it's not... this isn't going to go anywhere.

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Habs fans, you seriously need a new joke, I've been hearing variations of "Hur hur, it's like a home game for us" from Habs fans for close to a decade. It hasn't even been true for years.
lol. Just play the game would you... Don't get mad about it

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Habs fans, you seriously need a new joke, I've been hearing variations of "Hur hur, it's like a home game for us" from Habs fans for close to a decade. It hasn't even been true for years.
If only it was a joke

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Chants, defencemen pissing contests, now attendance?

How about we talk about what'll happen on the ice...

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Chants, defencemen pissing contests, now attendance?

How about we talk about what'll happen on the ice...
you forgot cups history. that one is important.

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Leafs and Habs fans do have that in common. They love the "hahahaha home game for us hahahaha" line.

There's a logical explanation for why it is that way and likely always will be, and it really doesn't bother most people ... but man, they sure feel good about themselves over it.

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lol. Just play the game would you... Don't get mad about it
I haven't had any coffee yet, thus everything is anger!


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you forgot cups history. that one is important.
Ah, yes, of course. Mea culpa.

The jockstrap was invented in 1874 by C. F. Bennett of a Chicago sporting goods company, Sharp & Smith, to provide comfort and support for bicycle jockeys working the cobblestone streets of Boston. In 1897 Bennett's newly formed Bike Web Company patented and began mass-producing the Bike Jockey Strap. The Bike Web Company later became known as the Bike Company. Today, Bike is still the market leader in jockstrap sales.

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Chants, defencemen pissing contests, now attendance?

How about we talk about what'll happen on the ice...
How about we all agree that we miss Spacek's awkward fist bumps.

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Chants, defencemen pissing contests, now attendance?

How about we talk about what'll happen on the ice...
An insult to the beautiful game of Hockey. My guess.

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Chants, defencemen pissing contests, now attendance?

How about we talk about what'll happen on the ice...
Its already cleared up.

Ottawa:
-Can't score
-lucky goaltending
-Karlsson can't play defence

Montreal:
-Piss poor goaltending
-lucky goal scoring
-Subban can't play defence


Series will be cancelled after game 3 due to embarrassment.

EDIT: Karlsson and Markov will also re-sever their achilles tendons in the opening warm-up when Prust and Neil skate by them.

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you forgot cups history. that one is important.
That is so two threads ago.

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Ah, yes, of course. Mea culpa.

The jockstrap was invented in 1874 by C. F. Bennett of a Chicago sporting goods company, Sharp & Smith, to provide comfort and support for bicycle jockeys working the cobblestone streets of Boston. In 1897 Bennett's newly formed Bike Web Company patented and began mass-producing the Bike Jockey Strap. The Bike Web Company later became known as the Bike Company. Today, Bike is still the market leader in jockstrap sales.
I always knew they was something about Boston not showing any balls

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Leafs and Habs fans do have that in common. They love the "hahahaha home game for us hahahaha" line.

There's a logical explanation for why it is that way and likely always will be, and it really doesn't bother most people ... but man, they sure feel good about themselves over it.
They have an inferiority complex.

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How about we all agree that we miss Spacek's awkward fist bumps.
Also, Radek Bonk. Always Bonk.

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05-01-2013, 10:15 AM
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Also, Radek Bonk. Always Bonk.
I miss hearing sportscasters say 'Bonk along the boards.'

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I miss hearing sportscasters say 'Bonk along the boards.'
Now imagine it in french.

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That is so two threads ago.
Then it's time to talk about it again.

Montreal: 38 cups (including Habs, Marrons and Wanderers)
Ottawa: 11 cups (including both Senators)

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They have an inferiority complex.
I just don't get it.

We're a relatively new franchise a few hours drive away from two original six franchises with large fanbases.

It is shocking that they show up to our games, isn't it?

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Sens fans, be careful with the backtalk or the Habs start Budaj, who is the new and improved Halak (you don`t want to be the Capitals v2.0 now, do you?)


...Now it will be hilarious if Budaj really has to play

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If Price messes up behind the net to cost the game or pulls a Crawford on a terrible shot: OMG LOL WORST GOALIE EVER.

If Quick messes up behind the net to cost the game: Top 3 goalie in the league brah.

If Crawford pulls a Crawford on a terrible shot: LOL JENNINGS

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