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03-20-2007, 09:57 AM
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Carbonneau completely sepperated form dressing room?

Okay...so i was listening to the news this morning on team990 and they are talking about huet and halak....and they play a clip from Carbonneau talking about Huet and him practicing yesterday....He says" I didnt even know he was gonna be on the ice with us today".....Is this guy not supposed to be upto speed about everything? how does he not know about his goalie and where he is at in his rehab.....It seems that he is so distanced from his players and he has no contact with anyone in the room.I realise he is a rookie coach but hes been around alot of dressing rooms and alot of coaches too....Why does this guy not have players like Kovalev,Koivu,sourray....etc...the leaders....sittin don with him discussing a few strategies or at least getting some input?....It just seems he isnt part of the "team"....If abyone remembers The Tremblay era.....or goin back to the expos days...that coach that came out in spring training in army fatigues..i think it was tom runnels....anyways...jus seems these types of coaches work very seldomly.

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Okay...so i was listening to the news this morning on team990 and they are talking about huet and halak....and they play a clip from Carbonneau talking about Huet and him practicing yesterday....He saysI di" dnt even know he was gonna be on the ice with us today".....Is this guy not supposed to be upto speed about everything? how does he not know about his goalie and where he is at in his rehab.....It seems that he is so distanced from his players and he has no contact with anyone in the room.I realise he is a rookie coach but hes been around alot of dressing rooms and alot of coaches too....Why does this guy not have players like Kovalev,Koivu,sourray....etc...the leaders....sittin don with him discussing a few strategies or at least getting some input?....It just seems he isnt part of the "team"....If abyone remembers The Tremblay era.....or goin back to the expos days...that coach that came out in spring training in army fatigues..i think it was tom runnels....anyways...jus seems these types of coaches work very seldomly.
i think your reading too much into one sentence .

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"Goalie Cristobal Huet, still recovering from hamstring surgery, practised for about 40 minutes with goaltending coach Roland Melanson and strength and conditioning co-ordinator Scott Livingston, and took shots from both Tomas Plekanec and Steve Bégin. He then was on the ice for about 15 minutes with the entire team, which very pleasantly surprised head coach Guy Carbonneau."

What i understood:

Huet was taking shots from Begin and Plekanec...and then Linvingston and Melanson judged he seems ok for a practise with his teammates...wich wasn't expected because they all toughts he wasn't ready for that yet.

So Carbo was pleasantly surprised cause in the beginning, he wasn't suppose to do that...

No need to panic there.

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They probably asked Carbo when Huet would be back, and Carbo probably replied that at this point in Huet's rehab, it's difficult to say when he'll be back because it's still too early to judge. Healing is far from an exact science, and Carbo is not a doctor. The meaning of the line you quoted is probably something along the lines of: "I didnt even know he was gonna be on the ice with us today" because no one was sure if Huet would be up to it.

I think you're reading way too much into his comments.

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"Goalie Cristobal Huet, still recovering from hamstring surgery, practised for about 40 minutes with goaltending coach Roland Melanson and strength and conditioning co-ordinator Scott Livingston, and took shots from both Tomas Plekanec and Steve Bégin. He then was on the ice for about 15 minutes with the entire team, which very pleasantly surprised head coach Guy Carbonneau."

What i understood:

Huet was taking shots from Begin and Plekanec...and then Linvingston and Melanson judged he seems ok for a practise with his teammates...wich wasn't expected because they all toughts he wasn't ready for that yet.

So Carbo was pleasantly surprised cause in the beginning, he wasn't suppose to do that...

No need to panic there.
Yes, it appears to have been a spur of the moment decision based on the goal tending coaches assessment. Huet seems to be very close to returning to the line-up.

Huet and Halak, I like that combo !

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"Goalie Cristobal Huet, still recovering from hamstring surgery, practised for about 40 minutes with goaltending coach Roland Melanson and strength and conditioning co-ordinator Scott Livingston, and took shots from both Tomas Plekanec and Steve Bégin. He then was on the ice for about 15 minutes with the entire team, which very pleasantly surprised head coach Guy Carbonneau."

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Goalie Cristobal Huet shots both Tomas Plekanec and Steve Bégin which very pleasantly surprised head coach Guy Carbonneau.


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yes you might be right...my english is not so good...

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What I understood:

Goalie Cristobal Huet shots both Tomas Plekanec and Steve Bégin which very pleasantly surprised head coach Guy Carbonneau.

What? Plekanec and Bégin were shot by Cristobal Huet, and Carbo was happy about that?

Damn rookie coach!


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What? Plekanec and Bégin were shot by Cristobal Huet, and Carbo was happy about that?

Damn rookie coach!


Its right there, black on white. Surprised rds hasnt picked it up yet.

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Yes, it appears to have been a spur of the moment decision based on the goal tending coaches assessment. Huet seems to be very close to returning to the line-up.

Huet and Halak, I like that combo !
and Price

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Okay...so i was listening to the news this morning on team990 and they are talking about huet and halak....and they play a clip from Carbonneau talking about Huet and him practicing yesterday....He says" I didnt even know he was gonna be on the ice with us today".....Is this guy not supposed to be upto speed about everything? how does he not know about his goalie and where he is at in his rehab.....It seems that he is so distanced from his players and he has no contact with anyone in the room.I realise he is a rookie coach but hes been around alot of dressing rooms and alot of coaches too....Why does this guy not have players like Kovalev,Koivu,sourray....etc...the leaders....sittin don with him discussing a few strategies or at least getting some input?....It just seems he isnt part of the "team"....If abyone remembers The Tremblay era.....or goin back to the expos days...that coach that came out in spring training in army fatigues..i think it was tom runnels....anyways...jus seems these types of coaches work very seldomly.

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I realise he is a rookie coach but hes been around alot of dressing rooms and alot of coaches too....Why does this guy not have players like Kovalev,Koivu,sourray....etc...the leaders....sittin don with him discussing a few strategies or at least getting some input?
I am pretty sure that is the job of the assistant coaches.

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let carb alone with all his rookie mistakes he will learn quicker .remember bowman wasnt that good from dasy one.

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Classic HF Habs forum thread...where there is no smoke there must be fire!

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Okay...so i was listening to the news this morning on team990 and they are talking about huet and halak....and they play a clip from Carbonneau talking about Huet and him practicing yesterday....He says" I didnt even know he was gonna be on the ice with us today".....Is this guy not supposed to be upto speed about everything? how does he not know about his goalie and where he is at in his rehab.....It seems that he is so distanced from his players and he has no contact with anyone in the room.I realise he is a rookie coach but hes been around alot of dressing rooms and alot of coaches too....Why does this guy not have players like Kovalev,Koivu,sourray....etc...the leaders....sittin don with him discussing a few strategies or at least getting some input?....It just seems he isnt part of the "team"....If abyone remembers The Tremblay era.....or goin back to the expos days...that coach that came out in spring training in army fatigues..i think it was tom runnels....anyways...jus seems these types of coaches work very seldomly.
Alexei, please leave this board to Candiens Fans and take care of yourself.

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i think your reading too much into one sentence .

Are you referring to Carbonneau, or rudethedude?

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You... seem... completely... separated... from proper punctuation.
Look Hfboards is agood place to discuss about hockey, ... I am sorry if grammer mistakes offend you ...next time respects should be paid to the grammary police before each post ok?...



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Okay...so i was listening to the news this morning on team990 and they are talking about huet and halak....and they play a clip from Carbonneau talking about Huet and him practicing yesterday....He says" I didnt even know he was gonna be on the ice with us today".....Is this guy not supposed to be upto speed about everything? how does he not know about his goalie and where he is at in his rehab.....It seems that he is so distanced from his players and he has no contact with anyone in the room.I realise he is a rookie coach but hes been around alot of dressing rooms and alot of coaches too....Why does this guy not have players like Kovalev,Koivu,sourray....etc...the leaders....sittin don with him discussing a few strategies or at least getting some input?....It just seems he isnt part of the "team"....If abyone remembers The Tremblay era.....or goin back to the expos days...that coach that came out in spring training in army fatigues..i think it was tom runnels....anyways...jus seems these types of coaches work very seldomly.
Wow. Talk about a stretch. The spin is dizzying

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Wow. Talk about a stretch. The spin is dizzying
Tom Runnels = Bad
Tom Runnels = Guy Carbonneau
Guy Carbonneau = Bad

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I think Carbono shuld be fierd for comments liek that.


He lost the room and has no buisness beeing a couch in the NHL....

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Look Hfboards is agood place to discuss about hockey, ... I am sorry if grammer mistakes offend you ...next time respects should be paid to the grammary police before each post ok?...



Unfortunately for the thread starter the "discussion" is done in writing. Being understood helps having a better discussion, using paragraphs and proper grammar will help make for better posts and posters.

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Classic HF Habs forum thread...where there is no smoke there must be fire!
Where there is no smoke.. there must be fire!



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