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01-09-2004, 07:18 PM
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NJ also gets stung by TB

As bad as we were yesterday vs Tampa it does make me feel a little bit better that other teams like NJ who are one of the top dogs in the East gets beaten just as bad at home vs TB and the shot margin was 37-19 in favor of TB ouch.

MTL looked slow but maybe it was also TB players speed that made them look that way. TB looks like a hungry team right now. Forget Atlanta...TB will finish 1st in their division.

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As bad as we were yesterday vs Tampa it does make me feel a little bit better that other teams like NJ who are one of the top dogs in the East gets beaten just as bad at home vs TB and the shot margin was 37-19 in favor of TB ouch.

MTL looked slow but maybe it was also TB players speed that made them look that way. TB looks like a hungry team right now. Forget Atlanta...TB will finish 1st in their division.
You make some relly good points here. I think this pretty much proves that our lost to TB had more to with how strong the Lightning are playing right now. It was because Tampa was playing so well that we looked so bad...when a team is playing outstanding hockey, like TB is doing right now, then they can make any team look bad especially if you're not prepared for them.

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Agree, TB have skilled young fast players. When they are playing the level they can, they are a hell of a good team. A bit like when St-Louis Blues came here last year, Demitra and his teamates were too fast for our slow players. They played a perfect fast game without any mistales. Beaten by speed, skill and 60 minutes of play.

I told it many times; Habs are still too slow for my liking. I would trade (if I were Bob) Koivu and Zed for Lacavalier and Marty St-Louis in an heart beat.

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