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10-26-2003, 07:11 AM
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habs need dicipline

The past few games, especially last night and in Toronto, the habs were taking bad penalties. Julien needs to tell his team to calm down. We had a few times where we could have got back into the game, and we ended up taking a bad penalty instead.

When the habs fall behind they have to calm down and try to get back into the game, not get frustrated, cause that’s only digging them deeper in a hole.

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10-27-2003, 07:51 AM
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what dissapoints me is the too many men on the ice calls.... we seem to be getting at least 1 a game

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I agree, that at times the guys have to watch themselves, but honestly I like the fact that the habs are playing a lot chippyer (is that a word?) than last year.

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Originally Posted by Joe Maximum
what dissapoints me is the too many men on the ice calls.... we seem to be getting at least 1 a game
That's true, I was at the Dtroit game 2 weeks ago and I could see that almost every time they have a line change, especially when they're attacking, the players seem to be too anxious to get on the ice; one time I counted 7 skaters on the ice, but the refs didn't call it.

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10-27-2003, 08:25 AM
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The too many men on the ice penalties are annoying, but aside from that there is such a fine line between discipline and intensity. To be successful, you have to play somewhat on the edge. Its a balancing act, something that often comes with experience. Guys like Ward and Ryder must learn when to take a run at someone or lay back.

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Des mauvais changement ce n'est pas un manque de discipline c'est un manque de concentration ou du mauvais coaching.

Ce n'est pas non plus accrocher au lieu de patiner ca c'est de la paresse.

De la discipline c'est ne pas répliquer au coups de batons, ne pas donner de mise en échec trop sévère et ne pas s'en prendre aux joueur adverse lorsqu'ils rudoient nos petits joueurs.

Ca m'inquiète...
J'ai assister au match Rimouski vsQuébec et le mot d'ordre des remparts était discipline et défensive: Apres une période la foule appuiyait l'océanic (et pas seulement Crosby) plus que l'équipe local tellement le spectacle était lamentable, malgré que Québec menait 2-1. Finalement Rimouski a gagné 6-2.
Je sais que les spectatuer resteront fidèle à Montréal mais trop retenir ton équipe résulte souvent en une équipe sans vie.
Je ne veut pas que Ryder, Hainsey Hossa et brisebois décident de ne plus prendre de chance et cessent de frapper !!!

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