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Lapierre or Moen?

View Poll Results: Lapierre or Moen?
Lapierre 88 53.99%
Moen 75 46.01%
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06-17-2013, 05:18 PM
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Lapierre or Moen?

Who'd you rather have in your team?

Moen was a beast back with Anaheim. Had a decent first year with Montreal. But he hasn't shown nothing in a good while

Lapierre is getting more mature, plays his heart out

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06-17-2013, 05:20 PM
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Who'd you rather have in your team?

Moen was a beast back with Anaheim. Had a decent first year with Montreal. But he hasn't shown nothing in a good while

Lapierre is getting more mature, plays his heart out
Moen for me, and it's not even close.

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06-17-2013, 05:25 PM
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Moen seems to be good only in contract years. Sucks we locked him up.

Bergevins big mistakes so far have all been locking up medicore players. Guys like Moen, Gorges, Desharnais...

These are not the guys you dedicate a total of 8 million to. While your Norris trophy dman awaits....

Voted Lappy because he's more versatile and just a better hockey player.

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06-17-2013, 05:26 PM
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Both. Give me them both.

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06-17-2013, 05:29 PM
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I would take both but if I had to choose one, then I'd take Moen.

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06-17-2013, 05:34 PM
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I would take both but if I had to choose one, then I'd take Moen.
same here

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neither, gimme gordon instead

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Moen seems to be good only in contract years. Sucks we locked him up.

Bergevins big mistakes so far have all been locking up medicore players. Guys like Moen, Gorges, Desharnais...

These are not the guys you dedicate a total of 8 million to. While your Norris trophy dman awaits....

Voted Lappy because he's more versatile and just a better hockey player.
Gorges was Gauthier's

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06-17-2013, 05:37 PM
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neither, gimme gordon instead
THE Gordon Bombay ?

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Where is the neither choice?

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Where is the neither choice?
The question ain't clear enough ?

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Lapierre no doubt, much better all around player. Sad to see Moen perform poorly, I was really happy when we got him. Why did Lapierre get traded again?

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Lapierre, but not by much. I could do without either.

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06-17-2013, 06:00 PM
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Moen didn't have a good regular season, but was good in the playoffs.

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06-17-2013, 06:12 PM
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Moen (2007) would win this poll, but since this is Moen (2013) I voted Lapierre :/

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Moen (2007) would win this poll, but since this is Moen (2013) I voted Lapierre :/
This.

2013 moen is damaged goods

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06-17-2013, 06:19 PM
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Moen had a brutal year. Barely fought, barely finished his checks - looked like his mind was more on his personal life than his career. Which is fine but if you're making 1.5 million to fight, hit and block shots and not for your "talent" you have to put in the work. Very disappointed in him, but he's not a priority - the shabby defense full of smurfs and weaklings is more important.

At least Lapierre is un gars de chez nous and is a 6'2 right handed centre. My vote goes to the handsome jerk in red.

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lol, people have such short memories... For all the good things Moen brought to this team, you guys are ready to let him go only because of one bad season (and it was only half of it) ?

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lol, people have such short memories... For all the good things Moen brought to this team, you guys are ready to let him go only because of one bad season (and it was only half of it) ?
Moen really seems to have lost a step. Maybe not. He seemed to wake up for game 2 against Ottawa. Would not want Lapierre back though. So, I vote neither.

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Lapierre no doubt, much better all around player. Sad to see Moen perform poorly, I was really happy when we got him. Why did Lapierre get traded again?
He didn't like the lack of ice time if I remember it right

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He didn't like the lack of ice time if I remember it right
Because Jacques Martin alienated every young player we had in our system and insisted on dismantling a league-leading powerplay and minimizing Lapierre's time after he returned from an ankle-sprain in favour of Tom *** Pyatt.

The legacy of Gainey is the gift that keeps on giving - out of every coach in the world he chose the most archaic, out-of-touch, soft, boring one and then promptly quit on the team the frankenstein'd after six months.

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Lapierre and is not even close.

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Because Jacques Martin alienated every young player we had in our system and insisted on dismantling a league-leading powerplay and minimizing Lapierre's time after he returned from an ankle-sprain in favour of Tom *** Pyatt.

The legacy of Gainey is the gift that keeps on giving - out of every coach in the world he chose the most archaic, out-of-touch, soft, boring one and then promptly quit on the team the frankenstein'd after six months.
good post

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Lapierre would thrive in Therrien's four line system.. But yeah Moen needs to step up or get out next season.. Obviously the concussion at end of last year affected him mentally

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Who'd you rather have in your team?

Moen was a beast back with Anaheim. Had a decent first year with Montreal. But he hasn't shown nothing in a good while

Lapierre is getting more mature, plays his heart out
Were you living on another planet last year?

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