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03-12-2008, 11:38 AM
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After the 1978-79 season.

Montreal has reached 46 wins 4 times.

79-80...47 wins

81-82...46 wins

88-89...53 wins

92-93...48 wins


Can they reach at least 46 wins this year?

At this point...March 12th, they have 11 games left with 39 wins. If they go 7-4-0 they will be 46-27-9.

Who would have thought. Carbo has to be in the running for the Adams!

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Even 45 wins would be impressive and highly doable. 6-4-1... 100 points!!!

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100 pts! Kovalev!!!!

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Am I the only one who thinks the end of the season is going to be a tough stretch?

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Am I the only one who thinks the end of the season is going to be a tough stretch?
nope you're not alone, but it's going to be tough for every team...

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92-93...48 wins
That should show anyone how good that team really was, and how well they played down the stretch run.

Last night's win was a protoypical playoff game with a 3rd period demonstrating how well we can shutdown an opponent by playing total ice team D.

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Can you imagine? Wow.
What a slap to the media's face.


BTW, how do you like my new avatar! Retro all the way!!!

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That should show anyone how good that team really was, and how well they played down the stretch run.

Last night's win was a protoypical playoff game with a 3rd period demonstrating how well we can shutdown an opponent by playing total ice team D.

Yes, and how the Islanders took out Pittsburgh in 92-93 I'll never know. That opened up the door.

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Don't eat those sourgrapes.....

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In 92-93, the Habs didn't play well down the stretch. They were in a slump at this time of the year. The entire season they were 2nd to Pittsburgh in the standings, then they hit March and it all went south. On the final game of the year, they played Buffalo and won in overtime on Brian Bellows 40th goal of the season.

The Islanders scared me more than Pittsburgh that year. Pittsburgh had the high powered offense and not much else. Goaltending (Barrasso) wasn't so hot. Their D was attrocious. The Isles matched up better as they had an overall team that resembled the Habs. After they lost Turgeon though, they were easier to beat.

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In 92-93, the Habs didn't play well down the stretch. They were in a slump at this time of the year. The entire season they were 2nd to Pittsburgh in the standings, then they hit March and it all went south. On the final game of the year, they played Buffalo and won in overtime on Brian Bellows 40th goal of the season.

The Islanders scared me more than Pittsburgh that year. Pittsburgh had the high powered offense and not much else. Goaltending (Barrasso) wasn't so hot. Their D was attrocious. The Isles matched up better as they had an overall team that resembled the Habs. After they lost Turgeon though, they were easier to beat.
yes... the infamous Hunter hit... what a shame..

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Bah none of these win records mean anything anymore thanks to the rule these days that every game has a won.

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