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04-22-2008, 10:04 PM
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lets hope they learned their lession from the 1st round, that being said Habs in 6.

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I really hope Markov got some rest in and can play up to his usual standards.
Did Price play badly in those games he let in 5 goals or did the defense throw him under the bus?

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Did Price play badly in those games he let in 5 goals or did the defense throw him under the bus?
A little bit of column A (Game 5) a little bit of column B (Game 6) and a little bit of column C (Outcoached and outhussled on those games)

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For those not around in 1989, the last time they met:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8B4dlCO030
That was a great series from what I could tell on the NHL Network classic's series feature.

So glad we can hate another original 6/12 team other than Boston come playoff time again. Trying to hate TB or Carolina was so lame.

OT: wooh, 2-1 Calgary!

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04-22-2008, 10:11 PM
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Habs in 6

Prediction: TSN panel jumps off the bandwagon and picks Flyers.
no matter how good our team is they will always pick the other team. except for Boston.

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If you beat us, you better show us the respect of destroying even more stuff than you did when you beat Buffalo.

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If you beat us, you better show us the respect of destroying even more stuff than you did when you beat Buffalo.
We'll win at your place and destroy your city

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If you beat us, you better show us the respect of destroying even more stuff than you did when you beat Buffalo.
Buffalo.........

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If you beat us, you better show us the respect of destroying even more stuff than you did when you beat Buffalo.
Dude. I think its a given...


I work downtown near the Bell Center and I'm on the 25th floor.

I'm boarding up my windows already in case we win another round.... Now if we make it to the cup finals.. *kocks on wood*.. I'm taking the boards down and breaking the windows myself.


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Game 6 of the series vs Boston was insane, but I have a feeling this series will provide the same EVERY game. I can't wait for it to start. Habs/Flyers is going to be epic!

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I have a question, why do people say that Briere's coming home or that Montreal is his hometown?

He grew up in Gatineau, which is like 15 minutes outside of Ottawa but 1.5 hours from Montreal. I don't think he's anymore a Montreal native than say, Steve Yzerman.

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If our PP gets back to its old ways. I think we can win this. Their PP is dangerous, so Price has to be also perfect, and he can!

There is the proof:

http://rapidshare.com/files/109688593/Price5on3KILL.mp4.html


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Habs in 6.

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I have a question, why do people say that Briere's coming home or that Montreal is his hometown?

He grew up in Gatineau, which is like 15 minutes outside of Ottawa but 1.5 hours from Montreal. I don't think he's anymore a Montreal native than say, Steve Yzerman.
No one is saying Montreal is his hometown.

But he's coming back to Quebec, his home province.

And there is a strong feeling of belonging here for the province in Quebec, linked to social, linguistic and religious factors that we don't need to get into.


In addition, Brière most probably grew up a Habs fan, like most in his hometown, in a time before the Sens existence.


If your question was honest, I hope this answers it partially.

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04-22-2008, 10:28 PM
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In addition, Brière most probably grew up a Habs fan, like most in his hometown, in a time before the Sens existence.
Or he could've been a Nords fan.

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We are as tough as Boston, but better offensively. Can't wait until Thursday at 7.

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Or he could've been a Nords fan.
Could've.. but I don't know many Nords fans in Hull and Gatineau.

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We are as tough as Boston, but better offensively. Can't wait until Thursday at 7.

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04-22-2008, 10:32 PM
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It's going to be interesting to see how Carey Price reacts to all of the activity that is going to be around the net.
Only Knuble is bigger then Price, by 5 pounds. (same height)

Montreal slumped versus Boston. Philly should be easy. 4 or 5 games.
Let's hope Pittsburgh wins against New York now.

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04-22-2008, 10:32 PM
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Hey guys just wanted to wish you luck (just not to much of it). Should be an awesome series. Can't wait for the second round to start. This sure beats last year eh guys?

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Good luck next round. I'm glad the Flyers survived the Washington Ovechkins and this next round should be a good one. I'm expecting a good amount of Canadians fans showing up in the games in Philly, is that right to assume that?

BTW what's the season series between Philly and Montreal?

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Hey guys just wanted to wish you luck (just not to much of it). Should be an awesome series. Can't wait for the second round to start. This sure beats last year eh guys?
lol, tell me about it.
last year the playoffs were ok but nothing great cuz i wasnt really cheering for anyone.




lets add now, were the last canadian team standing

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Good luck next round. I'm glad the Flyers survived the Washington Ovechkins and this next round should be a good one. I'm expecting a good amount of Canadians fans showing up in the games in Philly, is that right to assume that?

BTW what's the season series between Philly and Montreal?
4-0-0 for Montreal..



Doesn't mean much... but it might.

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Good luck next round. I'm glad the Flyers survived the Washington Ovechkins and this next round should be a good one. I'm expecting a good amount of Canadians fans showing up in the games in Philly, is that right to assume that?

BTW what's the season series between Philly and Montreal?
4 nil Montreal. If I lived anywhere in the East I would be there, but sadly, I don't.

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4-0-0 for Montreal..



Doesn't mean much... but it might.
7-0-1 meant nothing....

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