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04-04-2014, 09:32 PM
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Excellent post.

Yes, this team has good character, and yes, that does matter.

To be fair, though, our D needs to tighten up and our PP needs some serious work.

Thankfully, Gorges should be back soon, and that should stablize our D.
Dont get me wrong. I can see the problems that we have on this team.

This is just not a night to be complaining about them after the Habs put the nail in the coffin of the season for our friends, the Ottawa Senators.

And to do it for the second time in a row coming back from a huge deficit is sweet justice.

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Damn insane pick up by Bergevin
I hope he is signed in the off season. He won't break the bank but will be solid on the back end for a few years.

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Yeah, now that he is a Hab I get to really watch him. Before all I saw was a goal scorer. Did not realize he was such a complete player.
Same here. Hopefully they can convince him to stick around. I'd throw a lot a him if I were Bergy.

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04-04-2014, 09:33 PM
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Yeah, I don't remember Diaz blocking any shots. Weaver's doing a good job, don't get me wrong, but he gets pushed down at least as much as Diaz. Did you not see Weaver get tossed into Budaj on the goal that got disallowed?? Not the only time since joining the team, lol. He just pushes back more often than Diaz, I guess, and optics are important to people.
That is true. Diaz did block a lot. Weaver makes better plays than Diaz. Also, his shot seems to be harder. Not much harder, but harder.

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NHL.COM POST GAME. http://www.nhl.com/gamecenter/en/rec...navid=sb:recap

OTTAWA -- Max Pacioretty had five points, including his third hat trick of the season, and the Montreal Canadiens scored seven unanswered goals in a 7-4 win against the Ottawa Senators on Friday.

It's NHL.com... Doesn't surprise me.

If there's 5 questions on a test and you answer the last one you left 4 unanswered questions.

However, if you people simply can't understand this, then I'm not going to explain it to you. Your understanding is there's no answered goals.

Before Ottawa scored, Montreal had 7. They answered 1. It seems this is way too hard to get through to some people...

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04-04-2014, 09:33 PM
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NHL.COM POST GAME. http://www.nhl.com/gamecenter/en/rec...navid=sb:recap

OTTAWA -- Max Pacioretty had five points, including his third hat trick of the season, and the Montreal Canadiens scored seven unanswered goals in a 7-4 win against the Ottawa Senators on Friday.



It's really not that big of deal, Just wanted to match your links
It's also poor English, unless you add something to qualify it like "...before Ottawa scored the last goal of the game, for a 7-4 final".

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04-04-2014, 09:34 PM
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Sens GDT was delicious.

Best part: "Habs are lucky we don't face them in the playoffs" when the score was 0-3. They will never learn.


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What Diaz did for us in the first half of the year easily holds its own in the balance vs what Weaver has provided so far. They spend about the same amount of time lying on the ice, too.
I cant speak for anyone else but I did have to chuckle at seeing Weaver and Bouillon paired together.

The shortest D pairing in all of professional hockey, the ECHL included.

And Weaver does spend a lot of time lying on the ice.

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Agree to disagree

Habs won!! WOOOOOOOO

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Props to all posters who actually called the comeback when it was still 2-0.

Our team is playing with, I'm afraid to say it, Character

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Sens GDT was delicious.

Best part: "Habs are lucky we don't them in the playoffs" when the score was 0-3. They will never learn.
Amazing

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I CALLED THE HAT TRICK... well kind of.


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Coming back from 3 goals down?

To complain about a game like this is simply whining to whine.

Character gets made fun of a lot here. This game showed the character of the Habs who did not fold up, roll over and think about the flight home.

The other bright spot was how well this team has jelled as a team. Chucky taking up for Gally against the biggest ***** in the NHL. Tinordi taking out frustrations on Gryba to stand up for Briere. Gally taking up for Pleks against Neil. Parros blowing in Smith's ear and making him look like a bully who only picks on smaller players. And finally, Parros taking Neil off at the end so the game ended with a whimper.

How in the hell can you ***** about a game like this?
Because we had no business winning it.

Midway through the game we were being outshot something like 30-12. We played a ****** game. Its great that the Sens had a save percentage of zero, but we played like crap.

You should be able to see this man.

Am I glad we won? Sure. But this shouldn't give anyone confidence going into the playoffs. And... our coach continues to be a ****ing moron.

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It's also poor English, unless you add something to qualify it like "...before Ottawa scored the last goal of the game, for a 7-4 final".
That would make it true.

Still didn't like the losing bad in every other stat and how Bouillon never gets punished again.

Play Beaulieu tomorrow. I bet we'll look better defensively.

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10 unanswered

http://ephsports.williams.edu/sports...20140326b1gq8i

5 unanswered

I do see your argument, and I don't think either is wrong. just a different opinion. we see it as 7 straight goals, before they answer.

you see it as 6 straight goals, and they answered after our 7th.

semantics..meh.

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NHL.COM POST GAME. http://www.nhl.com/gamecenter/en/rec...navid=sb:recap

OTTAWA -- Max Pacioretty had five points, including his third hat trick of the season, and the Montreal Canadiens scored seven unanswered goals in a 7-4 win against the Ottawa Senators on Friday.



It's really not that big of deal, Just wanted to match your links

That may appear on the NHL site but it's incorrect. Scored seven in a row or consecutive/straight but not "seven unanswered" as the 7th was, as noted, answered when the Sens scored their 4th.

source: editor

But yeah not a big deal, we won !

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Getting owned in faceoffs and shots and virtually everything.

The habs didn't quit and that's good on them, but the win comes from Anderson being terrible.

Montreal needs to play better. Bishop isn't a crap goalie like Anderson.
And last playoff season, Anderson was a Habs beater.

Sports relies heavily on momentum and the mental game. All it took was for the Habs to beat the Sens in a comeback the last game. And then Ottawa jumped out to an early lead and they then lost the game in their heads.

Montreal owned the Sens in their minds and Anderson believed it as well.

All it takes is for Montreal to beat the Bolts one game in the playoffs since they have owned us all season. One of the hardest feats to repeat is domination in the playoffs after having dominated in the regular season.

I like our chances.

Edit..........unless Chris Lee is refereeing the game.

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04-04-2014, 09:40 PM
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Dude, nothing against Diaz, but he's a ringette player compared to Weaver.
Nothing against Weaver, but overall he's been a lateral move from having Diaz instead. Gets out-matched when having to fill in on the 2nd pairing, looks solid most of the time but gets in trouble occasionally dealing with Bouillon/Tinordi/Murray on the 3rd pair. He's not quite as good of a skater, makes worse decisions with the puck, but is grittier and has a bit more to work with for a point shot. Vanek... definitely a big boost. Weiss and Weaver have been fairly lateral moves compared to the alternative players for their ice time, but the group is working well together so whatever.

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10 unanswered

http://ephsports.williams.edu/sports...20140326b1gq8i

5 unanswered

I do see your argument, and I don't think either is wrong. just a different opinion. we see it as 7 straight goals, before they answer.

you see it as 6 straight goals, and they answered after our 7th.

semantics..meh.
Before they answered what, if not the seventh goal?

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Before they answered what, if not the seventh straight goal?
Edited to emphasize your (good) point.

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Nothing against Weaver, but overall he's been a lateral move from having Diaz instead. Gets out-matched when having to fill in on the 2nd pairing, looks solid most of the time but gets in trouble occasionally dealing with Bouillon/Tinordi/Murray on the 3rd pair. He's not quite as good of a skater, makes worse decisions with the puck, but is grittier and has a bit more to work with for a point shot. Vanek... definitely a big boost. Weiss and Weaver have been fairly lateral moves compared to the alternative players for their ice time, but the group is working well together so whatever.
We'll have to disagree on that. I'd go as far as without the Weaver pickup we'd be close to where T.O and Ottawa are. He's cerebral, experienced, and keeps it simple. Hell he negated 2 Boston powerplays by himself last game against them. Big goal tonight. Not to mention he filled a huge gap when Gorges went down. Just a huge pickup by Bergy imo. Not as flashy as Diaz though.

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#Habs Therrien: "This game didn't mean much but I liked how much character was displayed by the players tonight."

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That is true. Diaz did block a lot. Weaver makes better plays than Diaz. Also, his shot seems to be harder. Not much harder, but harder.



It's NHL.com... Doesn't surprise me.

If there's 5 questions on a test and you answer the last one you left 4 unanswered questions.

However, if you people simply can't understand this, then I'm not going to explain it to you. Your understanding is there's no answered goals.

Before Ottawa scored, Montreal had 7. They answered 1. It seems this is way too hard to get through to some people...
Is winning a semantics argument that important to you?

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Yeah no kidding. Vanek is much, much better overall than I thought. I was expecting a guy that only thinks about scoring. Holy crap man. He is one smart playmaker. Didn't realize he was that good. Physical too.
The beauty of Vanek's game is his ability to be extremely patient with the puck.

If only the rest of the team would learn from him. Briere showed a little bit of it when he had the puck in our own zone. All he had to do was stop and let the defensive pressure keep moving away from him in preparation for him to pass the puck and probably create a turnover.

Marchand, the dick from Boston, is one of the best with his patented skate with the puck, stop immediately, let the defense skate past and then allow the play to open up. Hate the little ******* but he executes puck patience better than most.

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Before they answered what, if not the seventh goal?
We scored 7 unanswered goals, to take a 7-5 lead. only to blow it, after they scored 4 unanswered in a 9-7 loss.

most sports call it like this....

I guess I see sports in sequences, you're seeing them in their entirety.

semantics.

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For our team? I wouldn't say so. For another team? I think it's possible. As explosive as Max looks because of the size of body that's moving, Kessel moves and pulls the trigger even quicker and slicker than Max.
Max has a toughness seldom talked about.
If Kessel took that Chara cheap shot he'd still be out.
People are starting to talk about him as our next "C"

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