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10-20-2003, 04:54 PM
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Post Game Thread - Habs 2 Wings 1

HABS 2 - WINGS 1

CJAD 3 Stars :

3. Joe Juneau
2. Henrik Zetterberg
1. Mathieu Garon

Shots on Goal :

Habs - 15 Wings - 18

Ice Time Leaders :

Souray - 23:38 Bulis - 18:32
Markov - 21:26 Ribeiro - 17:04
Quintal - 20:45 Juneau - 16:57
Markov - 21:26 Zednik - 16:25
Rivet - 20:34 Dackell - 16:24


Summary

Montreal - Steve Begin (1) - Jason Ward, Niklas Sundstrom
Montreal - Richard Zednik (2) - Mike Ribeiro, Stephane Quintal
Detroit - Mathieu Dandenault (1) - Henrik Zetterberg, Jiri Fischer






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What the hell happened to Souray???

Who Saw?? Who Saw??


*if it was even souray, was listening on radio, not the clearest*

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How did the Souray injury look...I wasn't happy with the radio guys impression of it

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wings look back.....2nd game in a row

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Detroit vs. Montreal

Box Score
Oct 20, 2003
Box Score

NHL FINAL 1ST 2ND 3RD TOTAL
--- --- --- -----
DETROIT 0 1 0 1
MONTREAL 0 2 0 2 FINAL

GOAL SCORING:

1ST PRD: NONE

2ND PRD: MON - STEVE BEGIN 1 (JASON WARD, NIKLAS SUNDSTROM) 1:45

MON - RICHARD ZEDNIK 2 (MIKE RIBEIRO, STEPHANE QUINTAL) 6:02

DET - (SH) MATHIEU DANDENAULT 1 (HENRIK ZETTERBERG, JIRI FISCHER) 8:25

3RD PRD: NONE

POWER-PLAY CONVERSIONS: DET - 0 OF 2, MON - 0 OF 5.

SHOTS ON GOAL: 1ST 2ND 3RD TOTAL
--- --- --- -----
DET 4 6 9 19
MON 8 5 2 15

THREE STARS

1ST - MATHIEU GARON
2ND - HENRIK ZETTERBERG
3RD - JOE JUNEAU

GOALIES: DET - DOMINIK HASEK
MON - MATHIEU GARON

OFFICIALS: REF - CHRIS LEE, STEPHEN WALKOM
LIN - GREG DEVORSKI, STEVE BARTON

ATT: 19,407

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It looks like Datsyuk was assessed a cross-checking penalty. Souray was favouring his wrist. Not good.

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I didnt see what happened. I just saw Souray on the ice.

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What the hell happened to Souray???

Who Saw?? Who Saw??


*if it was even souray, was listening on radio, not the clearest*
Hope Souray is ok...was it the same wrist that he hurt before?

Nice win tonight...and unlike last year we deserved to beat the Wings. How about those Laffs eh

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That was one of the ugliest and luckiest 3rd period we've played so far. Inferiority complex? It looked like the guys were so nervous they didn't know how to play hockey. Anyway, 2 strong periods is all we needed and to come out with the victory is a huge threat considering this was Detroit. CJ didn't look happy when he left at the end of the game and I could understand why.

Ryder looked good tonight, as opposed to Perreault, and Ward had a great rebound after a tough night Saturday. Souray had by far his worst game tonight but to his defense, everybody looked lost and shaky in the 3rd.

In the end, 4-2 is all that matters.

P.S. I really fear for Souray. Hope nothing happened to his wrist.

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Montreal 2
Detroit 1

Garon 1rst star
Ryder 2nd star
Datsyuk 3rd star
Nice prediction RaTcine! 3 outta 5, not bad.

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3rd period almost gave me a heart attack but all take the 2 points. Hope sourays isent badley hurt cause they need him.

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Solid game all around. Good to see Ward and Begin get in on a goal. We played pretty good D and held Detroit from getting too many scoring chances except for last 10 of the 3rd.

Garon was strong and made some key saves. I thought he could have had the shutout though as he was way out of position on Dandenault's goal, but he made lots of other tough saves.

Ryder was on fire. He was skating hard and grinding, too bad he didn't get one. Man I would love to see a Ryder - Koivu - Bulis line. Bulis is skating like the wind and creating chances despite playing with Juneau and Dacks, imagine what he'd do with Saks.

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Well, the means justify the end and we won again, I'm very glad we won against the Wings, that's unexpected point for us, eh!

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10-20-2003, 05:07 PM
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Ryder was on fire. He was skating hard and grinding, too bad he didn't get one. Man I would love to see a Ryder - Koivu - Bulis line. Bulis is skating like the wind and creating chances despite playing with Juneau and Dacks, imagine what he'd do with Saks.
Don't want to start anything here but I felt Perreault was slowing him down all night long while Audette was invisible except for a couple of times. Ryder was the only one working along the boards and when Perreault was there he was just eating peanuts waiting for something to happen, as long as it wasn't coming from him. Ryder needs to play with more intense players. I'm starting to hate that line as there's only one player working his butt off out there.

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Positives :
Begin
Bulis (damn he skates!)
Ryder
Garon
Brisebois
Rivet
Zednik
Ward

Negatives :
The third period
Souray's wrist (I hope not)
Perreault
Audette (At least he's trying)

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MONTREAL (AP) -- Steve Begin and Richard Zednik each scored a goal off nifty passing plays and backup goalie Mathieu Garon made 18 saves to lead the Montreal Canadiens to a 2-1 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Monday night.

Begin scored his first Montreal goal on a two-man break 1:44 into the second period, and Zednik got his second of the season moments on a two-on-one moments later.

Garon, making his first start of the season, came up with a pair of big stops on Brett Hull and a fine glove save on Brendan Shanahan's point shot despite facing just four shots in the first period.

Mathieu Dandenault scored a short-handed goal for Detroit, which has lost two in a row after winning its first three.

Red Wings goalie Curtis Joseph, on the trading block since Detroit reacquired Dominik Hasek, was assigned to Grand Rapids of the AHL prior to the game.

Red Wings spokesman John Hahn said Joseph needs conditioning as he recovers from an operation in August to remove bone chips from his right ankle.

"(Derek) Jeter went down to take some hits after his shoulder injury and he's a pretty good player," Joseph said before the move was made.

Wearing retro uniforms from the 1945-46 season, Montreal improved to 4-2. The uniform features a white-based sweater that resembles a photographic negative of the team's famous red, white and blue jersey.

Garon got help in keeping Detroit scoreless through the first when Red Wings defenseman Chris Chelios' shot struck the crossbar late in the period.

The Canadiens took the lead early in the second as Jason Ward and Begin drove in alone. Ward passed to Begin, who beat Hasek for his first goal in three games with Montreal.

Zednik made it 2-0 6:02 into the period when he finished off a give-and-go passing play with Mike Ribeiro.

Henrik Zetterberg set up Detroit's goal 8:25 into the second, setting up Dandenault from the right side while the Red Wings were killing Montreal's second power-play of the game.

Canadiens rookie Michael Ryder hit the post late in the third and Marian (what a blockbuster trade, eh) Hossa missed his shot on a two-on-one on a Montreal power play.

Game notes
G Manny Legace backed up Hasek for the fifth straight game. ... Zetterberg scored Detroit's other short-handed goal this season. ... The Canadiens will wear the retro uniforms -- the team's first version of a white uniform -- five more times at home this season. ... Montreal and Detroit have never had third jerseys.

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Does Garon have a new mask design?


if so, any clear pictures?

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Ryder is first line material potential
What a player! Always something happening when he is on the ice. Play hard and always get a shoot on the net. I see a great future for him.
Garon looked very good for his FIRST start of the season. Not always easy.
Souray played bad today... so bad.
Hossa is not good enought for ribeiro and Zednik IMO
And i REALLY LIKE our 4th line. They are aggressive and make things happen.

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Positives :
Begin
Bulis (damn he skates!)
Ryder
Garon
Brisebois
Rivet
Zednik
Ward

Negatives :
The third period
Souray's wrist (I hope not)
Perreault
Audette (At least he's trying)

Bulis skates faster than he can move the puck!!!!
It would be a huge loss if Sourray got hurt badly :mad:
Ryder looks a little like Hossa, Marian that is

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To the poster that included pictures...

Where are those pix from?

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To the poster that included pictures...

Where are those pix from?
http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/gallery?pg=1&cap=1

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I disagree, I think Hossa played a helluva of a game ! He was nearly everywhere, going after the puck, always fighting near the boards and he shoes good positionning. But he definitely had bad luck since the start of the season.

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Great game by the habs!
but we should improve some defensive play during the last period but heck, the opponents are the wings!!

haha this is a good rebound from a boring 1-0 lose last game...

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Boullion played again in favour of Hainsey??? Is Boullion being shopped? Read on another post that Demers said there was a ton of scouts @ the game... he also says Saku wants to play and they are holding him back? Is Ribs being shopped? Koivu hopefully isn't going anywhere

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helluva game?? eek, i'm terribly dissapointed in his performance the past few games and he really doesn't bring anything to the table besides his size. Im not saying to give up on him im just saying send him down, give him a wakeup call, bring up someone like Plekanec or even Benoit Gratton, and i know this most likely won't happen but Hossa better start showing some signs of life because he's like a zombie out there.
I agree that Hossa does look unlucky at times but he does seem to have improved his effort over last year. I think he compliments the Ribeiro line nicely and even though Plekanec should be called up at some point as he surely deserves his shot I don't think you can swap Plekanec in for Hossa at this point. I see Plekanec as Juneaus replacement next year.

On that note...has anyone thought about a line combo of

Ryder - Ribeiro - Zednik?

This would be a significant improvement over the Hossa-Ribeiro-Z line as Ryder has way more drive to the net than Hossa. I can just imagine Ribeiro raking in the assists as he has 2 snipers on the wings

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