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05-02-2006, 11:14 AM
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The 7th man in game 6

Anyone else think that Cam Ward is getting off way too easy at the Bell Center? Gaycroft definately got on Raycroft's nerves, not because of the clever play on his name but rather the sheer distraction of 90+ decibels causes in a contained area. Tonight we need to be loud and we need to try and get on Carolina's nerves. You know Begin will be feeling the crowd tonight and he's gonna get us going early, you can bet on that... but man, I really want us to get something going on Cam Ward.

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05-02-2006, 11:16 AM
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The first penalty of the game should be a good one.Someone should run him over really hard and get him out of the series

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I'll be there and preparing to be one hell of a 7th player.

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05-02-2006, 11:34 AM
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The first penalty of the game should be a good one.Someone should run him over really hard and get him out of the series
Did you forget this guy >>>>> I hope so.

The habs need to get more traffic in front of Ward and if the Canes keep making contact with Huet then maybe a litte quid pro quo is in order for Ward. But running a guy is over the top.

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All this talk about traffic worries me.
What about being more creative and stop shooting from the blue line instead?
If their plan is to still shoot from 50 feet but with traffic in the crease it won't work and they'll lose.

Forget traffic if you don't change the way you build your offense.
Work down low and stop those stupid predictable shots from the point.

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All this talk about traffic worries me.
What about being more creative and stop shooting from the blue line instead?
If their plan is to still shoot from 50 feet but with traffic in the crease it won't work and they'll lose.

Forget traffic if you don't change the way you build your offense.
Work down low and stop those stupid predictable shots from the point.
Traffic also means getting guys to go to the net looking for rebounds it's not all about screening point shots.

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I will be there. What chants do you suggest?

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Traffic also means getting guys to go to the net looking for rebounds it's not all about screening point shots.
That's what I was trying to say. I hope they also know that. I have the feeling they don't.

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That's what I was trying to say. I hope they also know that. I have the feeling they don't.
I agree, the Habs have seemed reluctant to pay the price required to effectively drive the net or to cycle the puck. Tonight better be different.

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