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11-24-2003, 02:47 PM
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Canucks @ Habs - November 25th, 2003

After winning the first outdoor game in NHL history, despite being thoroughly outplayed, our beloved Habs will return home after five games for "Vintage" Night versus the Vancouver Canucks. After completing a home-and-home series with the Maple Leafs, expect the 'Nucks to be a little tired. Richard Zednik has been hot for Montreal, with four goals in his last three games, but only six on the season. Mike Ribeiro is on fire, too. The Habs newest offensive threat is riding a five-game point streak. Look for Johan Hedberg to be in net for the Canucks. With emotions flying regarding the demotion of Marcel Hossa and Ron Hainsey, resident wonder boy Mike Komisarek, and AHL second leading scorer Pierre Dagenais will be looking to make a nice first impression in what could be their first contests of the year. GO HABS.

-----Habs--------Habs-----------Habs-----

Time : 7:30 PM EST
Location : Le Centre Bell "The Phone Booth" - Montreal, Quebec
TV : RDS
Radio : CJAD, CKAC, Team 990 (postgame)

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RDS Line-Up News
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Between the Pipes:

TBD versus TBD

Projected CH Line-Up

20 Zednik - 11 Koivu - 73 Ryder
94 Perreault - 71 Ribeiro - 26 Dagenais
38 Bulis - 90 Juneau - 24 Dackell
25 Kilger - 22 Begin - 37 Sundstrom

79 Markov - 43 Brisebois
44 Souray - 08 Komisarek
05 Quintal - 52 Rivet


'Nucks Line-Up

TBD


Probable CH Scratches

82 Audette (indefinitely - shoulder), 51 Bouillon (probable), 15 Langdon (probable)

Probable 'Nucks Scratches

TBD

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Key Match-Up

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Habs Game Thoughts
  • After coming off what should be a difficult home-and-home with the Leafs, what can the Habs expect from the 'Nucks top guns?
  • Will the top Vancouver trio be worn out, or will they be able to easily exploit Montreal's sluggish and slow defence?
  • With 4 goals in 3 games, Richard Zednik is re-establishing himself as the go-to guy in Montreal. Can the pace be kept up?
  • Darren Langdon said he would have a hard time fighting his old teammates, so why would he be in the line-up?
  • Who will be manning the nets? Expect Johan Hedberg for the 'Nucks after Cloutier has started on Monday, but who will we see in the le bleu, blanc, et rouge?

Who to Watch For







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11-24-2003, 02:51 PM
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Can't to wait and see Komisarek play again.. (Assuming he does)

Tommorow will be payback for that OT loss and constant dirty play by Ruutu and Cooke, c'mon boys, GO HABS GO!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Montreal should win this game easily.

Vancouver will lose tonight in Toronto and are in their worst slump in recent memory. Cloutier will be in net, and our two best defensive forwards are out.

Canucks will be tired and slumping.

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Montreal should win this game easily.

Vancouver will lose tonight in Toronto and are in their worst slump in recent memory. Cloutier will be in net, and our two best defensive forwards are out.

Canucks will be tired and slumping.

Montreal and the words win easily don't exist.

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Montreal and the words win easily don't exist.
You said it, not to mention 36 is you magic number Dan

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You said it, not to mention 36 is you magic number Dan



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Habs will lose 4-3. My random number generator told me so.

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It is 29 now, you will figure it out soon. Everyone shh if you see it :O

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Projected CH Line-Up

20 Zednik - 11 Koivu - 73 Ryder
94 Perreault - 71 Ribeiro - 26 Dagenais
38 Bulis - 90 Juneau - 24 Dackell
25 Kilger - 22 Begin - 37 Sundstrom
Unless he's on drugs as a pick-me-up, I wouldn't risk putting soft and slow Dagenais on the second line. I'd throw Bulis there, put Sundstrom on the third line and Dagenais on the fourth. Ah what the hell - put Rivet on the fourth, Bouillon and Komisarek both dressed to play D, and sit Dagenais in the press box.

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Hopefully the habs can win this game.......Zednik is scoring now, which is great!....lets hope he can get some help in a win

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I HOPE BIG BERT PUMPs IN 5 GOALS ON THE 1 HIT WONDER


Go NUCKS Go

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ah a treat every gameday, these threads to look at

you will probably see the same lineup as the edmonton game up front because it seamed to work against a really speedy team in edmonton, whereas the nucks are simmilar. they will probably insert dagenais on the 4th line and give him some pp time in front of the net

i don't know if langdon should play because he already said he won't fight his buddies, but kilger has played so bad lately that he doesn't merrit to be in the lineup

on d i wouldn't be suprised if you see komi with souray because he is our strongest d man this year and quintal is his partner.

here is my lineup

ryder - koivu - zednick
perrault - ribero - sundstrum
bulis - juneau - dackell
langdon - begin - dagenais

markov - bresbois
sourray - komisarek
boullion - rivet

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Cloutier will get the start tonight, after Hedberg played last night...

the starting lineup for the Canucks should be:

Naslund - Morrison - Bertuzzi
Sedin - Sedin - King
Cooke - Linden - Ruutu
May - Kesler - Keane **

** Smith might get in again for this game, but I expect to see Keane back in the lineup after a night off yesterday

Ohlund - Sopel
Malik - Jovo
Allen - Salo

** Slegr has been a healthy scratch for quite a few games, and might get back in because of the back to backs, and the way the Canucks have been slumping for the longest while! if Slegr comes in, look for Allen to sit.


I fully expect the Canucks to be coming out guns blazing tonight... they have been slumping for a while - and even during the wins they've had recently, like against Montreal and Chicago, they have been playing well below their usual game... even though they played last night, I dont' think you will see a tired team on the ice from the Canucks... the are no excuses for lack of motivation right now with this team - they need to turn their game up a couple notches - and soon!

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i would expect the nucks to either be tired tonight because of the travel and playing in to. last night (it was a pretty tough contest) this is very unlikely

or

they will come out very dangerously and full of piss n vinegar guns a blazin. they lost 2 straight to toronto and seem pretty angry with not whoopin the buds.

the habs better keep the shots down, again i stress every game that they must score first because that is the going trend

GO HABS GO

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It is 29 now, you will figure it out soon. Everyone shh if you see it :O
I think the "not to mention" threw him off. It did me.

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Maybe theodore should were his toque tel the habs loose. You never know they might go on a winning streak. :p

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Unless he's on drugs as a pick-me-up, I wouldn't risk putting soft and slow Dagenais on the second line. I'd throw Bulis there, put Sundstrom on the third line and Dagenais on the fourth. Ah what the hell - put Rivet on the fourth, Bouillon and Komisarek both dressed to play D, and sit Dagenais in the press box.
If we want to give are young guys a chanche we have to put them on the first two lines. Its the only way were going to get a real good look at their talent. In 20 games with hamilton he got 19 points. It would a shame if he was on the 4th line tonight. We can use dagenais has a body to put infront of the goalie. especially during the power play, were we no one to do that job. Are team lacks in sizes and dagenais brings us some good size so we have to be able to use it well.

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I don't like the Markov-Brisebois and Souray-Komisarek pairing. If I were CJ, I'd try Souray-Brisebois and Markov-Komisarek. Two defensive pairings which would have solid defence and a touch of offence.

By the way, I'm predicting a 4-0 Montreal win.

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'Nucks 3
Canadiens 2

OT

However, with the way the 'Nucks have been playing lately... they'd be fortunate to get a tie.

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Viva la beach ball

I HOPE BIG BERT PUMPs IN 5 GOALS ON THE 1 HIT WONDER


Go NUCKS Go
Oh ****.

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Hell yeah =D

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i predict 4-1 for canucks!!!!!!

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Vancouver should be a very angry bunch after losing two straight to the Maple laughs. also Van. has not lost three in a row for a very long time, before last season I think.

Van. 5
Bertuzzi 2
king 1
Naslund 1
Jovanoski 1

Mon. 1
koivu


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3-2 Habs... Koivu,Zed,Brisbois... The PP will be better

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Well it's been a while, but hte psychic powers are saying 3-1 Habs!
Hope it's right!

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