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11-06-2003, 09:24 AM
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New lines for Tommorow's game

http://www.rds.ca/cgi-bin/nouvelles?...n&sport=#90960

Rivet /w Bouillon
Markov w/ Brisebois

Hossa-Ribs-Ryder
Zed-Perreault-Audette

That first line might actually be pretty darn good... and I like seeing Rivet /w Bouillon. Maybe Bouillon's fiestiness will be contagious.

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If there's one thing I like about these 2 lines is how the veterans are on one line and the youngsters are on the other. This might create some competition for icetime to see which line produces better. Although the veteran line is lacking a playmaker (come back Koivu)

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If some of Bouillon grit could rub on Rivet, that could be interesting. Otherwise Rivet will go sip some coffee upstair...

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No more Rivet - Markov

Julien changed his D pairs.

From now on:

Markov-Brisebois
Souray-Quintal
Bouillon-Rivet

Lines:

Hossa-Ribeiro-Ryder
Audette-Perreault-Zednik
Bulis-Juneau-Dackell
Langdon-Kilger-Sundstrom

In goal tomorrow: Théodore

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Originally Posted by Slick Nick
Julien changed his D pairs.

From now on:

Markov-Brisebois
Souray-Quintal
Bouillon-Rivet

Lines:

Hossa-Ribeiro-Ryder
Audette-Perreault-Zednik
Bulis-Juneau-Dackell
Langdon-Kilger-Sundstrom

In goal tomorrow: Théodore

I believe Markov and Brisebois were tried last year without much success, i'd rather see...Markov-Quintal, Souray-Brisebois, Hainsey-Rivet

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11-06-2003, 11:12 AM
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Originally Posted by Slick Nick
Julien changed his D pairs.

From now on:

Markov-Brisebois
Souray-Quintal
Bouillon-Rivet

Lines:

Hossa-Ribeiro-Ryder
Audette-Perreault-Zednik
Bulis-Juneau-Dackell
Langdon-Kilger-Sundstrom

In goal tomorrow: Théodore
Rivet on the 3rd pairing? I like it. A shake has to be made between Rivet and Markov. Hopefully this gets them both going.

But it should be,

Souray Quintal
Markov Brezzy
Bouillon Rivet

Markov and Brezzy together make me neverous, but anyone with Brezzy makes me neverous.

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11-06-2003, 11:22 AM
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Nice to see the kids playing 1st line baby

Hossa-Ribz-Ryder goin 2 be one heck of a game they're going 2 light it up
IMO Ribeiro is a junior

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http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam031105/nhl_mtl-cp.html

look to this report about the new line ...

"It might be good, maybe we'll be less nervous," Ribeiro said of the new line. "Playing with veterans, you try to give them the puck.

"This way, it might be easier to just keep the puck in play."

may be it was also an inside to Zed who was keeping the puck for himself !

Ryder might be more relaxed just by moving from left wing to right wing. While he's a left-handed shot, he has played most of his career on the right side.

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Originally Posted by Slick Nick
Julien changed his D pairs.

From now on:

Markov-Brisebois
Souray-Quintal
Bouillon-Rivet

Lines:

Hossa-Ribeiro-Ryder
Audette-Perreault-Zednik
Bulis-Juneau-Dackell
Langdon-Kilger-Sundstrom

In goal tomorrow: Théodore
So Steve Begin is hurt? Don't tell me he's a healthy scratch - I will be mighty pissed. I still don't like the Perreault-Audette pairing on the second line. I'd rather throw Kilger on the left wing there, and get one of the kids to center the fourth line (Higgins or Plekanec) if Begin's hurt. Audette needs to sit upstairs.

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Nice to see the kids playing 1st line baby

Hossa-Ribz-Ryder goin 2 be one heck of a game they're going 2 light it up
This line may work, Ryder, Hossa and Stoll (adding Ribs adds more offense than Stoll could provide) played well with each other in Edmonton. Although Torres, Ryder and Stoll were better and gritter, I would like that in Montreal but 2/3's of it is in Edmonton though.

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I like that they're trying to rekindle some Hossa-Ryder magic. Those two were dynamic together in the AHL and seem a perfect fit for each other. Hopefully it kickstarts them both.

The other line is a bunch of braindead morons, so might as well stick them all on one line.

I love the D shakeup. Rivet deserves to be demoted and Breezy is playing a nice safe defensive game this year and will complement Markov well, especially with his puck moving skills. They will be overmatched against bigger teams, tho you could always stick Souray and Q against the big lines.

I can't wait until Komisarek is ready!

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Thinking about the Ribs line fills me with a farm fuzzy feeling...

but when I think about the Perreault line, I'm just... blah... Too bad we can't just ice three lines, with a line of monkeys just for kicks. At least the monkeys would provide entertainment.

Now you know that fate is gonna slap me in the butt and give a hat trick to Audette or something for saying such things...

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