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09-14-2013, 03:33 PM
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Wow...just saw Reway's backhand...

Awesome Thomas's pass to Pleks as well. And that Fournier goal...well it has to be amongst the worst goals given by a goalie in a scrimmage...exercices included....

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any footage of the scrimmage

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Is tomorrow's game being streamed or televised ?

edit: nvm, RDS has it

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Is tomorrow's game being streamed or televised ?
rds.

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rds.
so probably on hockeystreams as well?

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so probably on hockeystreams as well?
You got it!


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Just got back from the game a bit ago. I had a lot of fun.

Briere looked good, and that he was a pain in the ass to play against. Hopefully that keeps up.
Reway... very impressive!
Murray looks HUGE out there, but was not too noticeable (which is a good thing, I guess).
Fucale and Price both made some nice saves through traffic.
Thomas' pass to Plekanec was sick!
Subban looked like he was trying to do a little much, and it definitely got the crowd going.
McCarron looked big out there and had a few nice moves. He was pretty shifty getting behind the defense a few times.

All in all, I had a great time.
I thought everyone looked good. I liked McCarron's skating for his age/siz3e. Looking forward to see more.

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09-14-2013, 04:05 PM
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I dont agree that Brière looked good.

The best players were Leblanc and Reway.

Plekanec and Bourque had couple 2 on 1.

Thomas made a nice pass on Plekanec goal.

Tinordi skates well. Dietz has a nice wrist shot and looked good too.

Prust was good (all the 4th line)

Pacioretty crashed into the net twice while going to the net.

Lashoff was horrible

BTW I ate hot dog after the game. Some people missed more than a period to get hot dog...I was there to watch hockey.


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09-14-2013, 04:22 PM
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I dont agree that Brière looked good.

The best players were Leblanc and Reway.

Plekanec and Bourque had couple 2 on 1.

Thomas made a nice pass on Plekanec goal.

Tinordi skates well. Dietz has a nice wrist shot and looked good too.

Prust was good (all the 4th line)

Pacioretty crashed into the net twice while going to the net.

Lashoff was horrible
What kind of idiot checks a player from behind at an intersquad scrimmage?

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09-14-2013, 04:26 PM
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So 1 less candidate for the D's.....as of now, Lashoff is not doing good whatsoever.

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09-14-2013, 04:27 PM
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My notes on today's scrimmage:

Best forward on whites: Reway. Man-boy has serious chops. Not fast in terms of flat out speed--he has a very short stride. But is he quick. And tricky. Wow.

Best forward on reds: Thomas. Very smart player. Ryder-like in his ability to find the seams and has a very quick shot. But faster than Ryder...no, much faster. Odds on favorite fill in if Gionta is not available to start the season.

Collberg was invisible until the third when he started to become more involved. Quiet night for Hudon. Bournival is a very good skater but was not really that threatening. McCarron is obviously huge and equally obviously not ready. He's a project. Looking forward to following him in the OHL. Tarnasky seems to know how to play his game--goes to the net. I wouldn't be shocked if he gets a look later in the season. Fournier is a big guy and likes to be involved. We'll see if he can keep up to the pace in the AHL. Gregoire and other new guys...not much to say.

As for the vets, Pacioretti looks like his champing at the bit. Very physical. Showed no signs of injury at all. Gonna have a good season. Plekanec looks ready. As usual.

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On D, Murray is huge...and quietly competent. Diaz looked very agile. Nygren got caught up ice in the first--bonehead play. Settled down though. Looks much bigger on the ice than Diaz and plays accordingly. Tinordi was very solid. Smooth. Calm. Ditto for Pateryn who laid a very big hip check on Blunden (if my memory serves me well). Lashoff distinguished himself by taking an unnecessary penalty and making a couple of bad defensive choices. May not be around for long.

Gorges looked very good. Took the puck away from some of the flashy young guys. No fuss no musss. PK was clearly pacing himself, but when he chose to open up the machine you could see who the best player on the ice really was.

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Now for the goaltending. Price was good. Only gave up one goal but still spent more time on his knees than I would have liked. Budaj let in a couple including a real softy from Fournier. Fucale looked very professional both in the warmup and the scrimmage despite getting run over repeatedly by Paccioretti.

Goalie of the game: Tokarski. Made some excellent, acrobatic saves. Very promising.

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09-14-2013, 04:30 PM
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My notes on today's scrimmage:

Best forward on whites: Reway. Man-boy has serious chops. Not fast in terms of flat out speed--he has a very short stride. But is he quick. And tricky. Wow.

Best forward on reds: Thomas. Very smart player. Ryder-like in his ability to find the seams and has a very quick shot. But faster than Ryder...no, much faster. Odds on favorite fill in if Gionta is not available to start the season.

Collberg was invisible until the third when he started to become more involved. Quiet night for Hudon. Bournival is a very good skater but was not really that threatening. McCarron is obviously huge and equally obviously not ready. He's a project. Looking forward to following him in the OHL. Tarnasky seems to know how to play his game--goes to the net. I wouldn't be shocked if he gets a look later in the season. Fournier is a big guy and likes to be involved. We'll see if he can keep up to the pace in the AHL. Gregoire and other new guys...not much to say.

As for the vets, Pacioretti looks like his champing at the bit. Very physical. Showed no signs of injury at all. Gonna have a good season. Plekanec looks ready. As usual.

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On D, Murray is huge...and quietly competent. Diaz looked very agile. Nygren got caught up ice in the first--bonehead play. Settled down though. Looks much bigger on the ice than Diaz and plays accordingly. Tinordi was very solid. Smooth. Calm. Ditto for Pateryn who laid a very big hip check on Blunden (if my memory serves me well). Lashoff distinguished himself by taking an unnecessary penalty and making a couple of bad defensive choices. May not be around for long.

Gorges looked very good. Took the puck away from some of the flashy young guys. No fuss no musss. PK was clearly pacing himself, but when he chose to open up the machine you could see who the best player on the ice really was.

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Now for the goaltending. Price was good. Only gave up one goal but still spent more time on his knees than I would have liked. Budaj let in a couple including a real softy from Fournier. Fucale looked very professional both in the warmup and the scrimmage despite getting run over repeatedly by Paccioretti.

Goalie of the game: Tokarski. Made some excellent, acrobatic saves. Very promising.
I think Budaj let in two goals and Tokarski one?

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No mention of DD? Was hoping he'd show something to justify his spot on the top line.

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What kind of idiot checks a player from behind at an intersquad scrimmage?
That soft pass in the middle of the defensive zone...

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Anyway good game, nice to see Reway in action.


Did ANYBODY predict that we would hear that during pre-season?

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No mention of DD? Was hoping he'd show something to justify his spot on the top line.
Their line was pretty quiet minus Pacioretty crashing the net twice and the chance they got on Subban mistake.

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rds.
Will they show the whole game or just 2-3 minutes parts like last year

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Anyone know where highlights can be found?

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Anyone know where highlights can be found?
No need for highlights...here's the entire game...

http://video.canadiens.nhl.com/video...444227&lang=fr

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no mention of dd? Was hoping he'd show something to justify his spot on the top line.
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That soft pass in the middle of the defensive zone...
So it was him. I was like who the **** is that rusty

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Au risque de répéter... GOD DAMN IT DAT BACKHAND REWAY.

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Au risque de répéter... GOD DAMN IT DAT BACKHAND REWAY.
at what point of the video did he score, you know?

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at what point of the video did he score, you know?
Around 3:00. Right at the start of the game.

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