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10-11-2013, 02:14 AM
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For our D in general. Say what you want about Markov, he's been going in the corners hard.
That just breaks my heart.

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10-11-2013, 02:16 AM
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I just realized that both our losses were 1 goal games. That's a good sign
And both our wins were 4-1 victory

Coincidences? I think not!!

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Pacioretty - Plekanec - Bourque
Galchenyuk - Eller - Gallagher
Desharnais - Briere - Bournival
Moen - Prust - Gionta
White
Not sold on that bottom6 to be honest but that top6 looks great.

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10-11-2013, 02:18 AM
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Looks like another day at the office for DD. He can go cash in his well-deserved 42 682$ for this game.
with 3 or 4 games played this year and without a single point

Matt Read
Shane Doan
Jérôme Iginla
Nail Yakupov
Troy Brouwer
Kris Versteeg
Claude Giroux
Wayne Simmonds
Jiri Tlusty
Tyler Ennis
Dany Heatley
Loui Erickson

I hope every team freak out on these players.... maybe we can swap center problem like DD for Claude Giroux

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10-11-2013, 02:21 AM
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Bournival does seem fast, for sure. I just don't think you can draw such conclusions after 1 game.
It was Bournival second game and if i might add, he played in 2 games, we won both.... he shouldn't leave this line-up until we lose.....

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10-11-2013, 02:24 AM
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subban's gonna cost a ton of money !!!

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subban's gonna cost a ton of money !!!
luckily, Geoff Molson has a ton of money to spend on his players

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As opposed to the game against Calgary, this game had a lot of open ice . I don't think the habs played very well tonight either but the style of play was more suited to them than it was last night.

Budaj was rock solid as usual, and was one of the three best habs on the night, if not the best.

I don't have many worries for the open ice type of games. I think the habs can find results fairly well in those cases. My big doubts arise when they play the teams that turn the ice into quicksand, where the transition game does not come by easily.

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10-11-2013, 02:26 AM
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Matt Duchene and maybe Bournival.
ha! I was going to say Bournival as a half joke. Bourni has serious wheels. I think he might have even better ones than Patches.

When you're that fast, as long as you have at least decent hockey IQ, you can be a good player. I'm very intrigued by what his ceiling is.

I'm glad that he's doing well on the 4th line. Seems like a player that could probably play on any line and be effective.

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10-11-2013, 02:29 AM
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Subban needs to be signed to an extension YESTERDAY!!!

Already he is gonna be getting a pretty penny, every game that goes by it just keeps going higher and higher.

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As opposed to the game against Calgary, this game had a lot of open ice . I don't think the habs played very well tonight either but the style of play was more suited to them than it was last night.

Budaj was rock solid as usual, and was one of the three best habs on the night, if not the best.

I don't have many worries for the open ice type of games. I think the habs can find results fairly well in those cases. My big doubts arise when they play the teams that turn the ice into quicksand, where the transition game does not come by easily.
Big time.

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Not sold on that bottom6 to be honest but that top6 looks great.
If this team had a big, physical aggresive third line that could go up against top lines in the playoffs they'd be set. Add in Parros/Moen/White/Prust on the fourth line. Would be solid.

It's too bad because they could easily have that kind of third line for way less than the 12.5 million spent for DD, Gio, and Briere to be the #7, 8, 9 forwards on the team. ****.

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Most of Newfoundland lives in Ft McMurray, if anything.
most of the grunt workers do, but most of my friends from university live in calgary and a few in edm, thing is they are willing to travel to watch these games cause it's the only time habs go out that way

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10-11-2013, 02:46 AM
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I feel bad for Oilers fans. The team doesn't look good at all. Talk about perimeter play, I lost count of many times Oilers wingers just skated passed the circles to behind the net only to turn the puck over in the offensive zone.
They showed themselves capable of shutting out the Bruins. I'm sure Oiler fans weren't unhappy about that.

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If this team had a big, physical aggresive third line that could go up against top lines in the playoffs they'd be set. Add in Parros/Moen/White/Prust on the fourth line. Would be solid.

It's too bad because they could easily have that kind of third line for way less than the 12.5 million spent for DD, Gio, and Briere to be the #7, 8, 9 forwards on the team. ****.
Pacioretty-Eller-Briere
Galchenyuk-Plekanec-Gallagher
Bourque-Bournival-Gionta
Moen-White-Prust

Can't say I'd be upset about that.... That third line would be quite difficult to play against, is relatively agressive physically, utilizes a lot of speed, and is dangerous offensively. We NEED to be able to roll three offensive lines, our top-6 isn't good enough not to.

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10-11-2013, 02:50 AM
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Scratch DD. We need to see what happens when we roll with

Pacioretty - Plekanec - Briere
Galchenyuk - Eller - Gallagher
Bourque - Bournival - Gionta
Moen - White - Prust

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I cant believe the Oilers didnt do anything about the Eller hit. He was just standing by the boards with i big smile afterwards. Imo thats the definition of being soft as a team

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ha! I was going to say Bournival as a half joke. Bourni has serious wheels. I think he might have even better ones than Patches.

When you're that fast, as long as you have at least decent hockey IQ, you can be a good player. I'm very intrigued by what his ceiling is.

I'm glad that he's doing well on the 4th line. Seems like a player that could probably play on any line and be effective.
Pacioretty has really good speed, but Bournival also has rapid acceleration that gets him to top speed over short distances.

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10-11-2013, 03:06 AM
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What why? It's really obvious that hall turned into it. Eller was going to make contact as hall was going away from Eller and all of a sudden hall goes the other way and towards the boards. It was a definite penalty, but I would be surprised (or not surprised with the randomness of NHL suspensions) for him to get further disciple. (fine included)
After watching the highlights on RDS TVA sports and TSN .... Rewind on TSN a few times as well, their is no way in hell that Hall turned into that hit, his back was turned the entire time and that was beyond dirty by Eller.

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After watching the highlights on RDS TVA sports and TSN .... Rewind on TSN a few times as well, their is no way in hell that Hall turned into that hit, his back was turned the entire time and that was beyond dirty by Eller.
Well that's dirty by Eller, as you said, so I'm not going to try and defend that. But what a stupid play by Hall too if he truly didn't see it coming. I mean, you're supposed to be an elite powerforward and you can't anticipate when you're vulnerable? Eller is no slouch in the physical department either and he just rag dolled him there.

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Hall is a power forward?

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Well that's dirty by Eller, as you said, so I'm not going to try and defend that. But what a stupid play by Hall too if he truly didn't see it coming. I mean, you're supposed to be an elite powerforward and you can't anticipate when you're vulnerable? Eller is no slouch in the physical department either and he just rag dolled him there.
I understand and agree with what your saying but in the NHL you protect the puck by facing the boards and having your back to the players defending you, it's a respect thing, you don't anticipate an opponent to basically cross check you and drive you into the boards using their stick

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I'd like to see a line of Paccioretty Galchenyuk Gallagher, but I don't think we will see that this season...

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Hall is a power forward?
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Bah! Fell asleep in the second intermission!

Anyone else woke up this morning and just rewinding galchys goal over and over again. I knew he was going to have a big game. I'd find the pre game thread where I said it but we all think it

0.5 seasons of pro hockey -> tied for lead in points. A hot start, how can I not be happy?

Feels GREAT man

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