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11-21-2008, 01:38 PM
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The way I see it, Bob will not make of move out of desperation..
The defense is not the problem right now, the problem is the transition game between the defense and the forwards...
As for KOMI going down with injury, The way I see it is that there are 2 possible choices

- Dandeneault goes to D again
- Mathieu CARLE gets the call up (WAY BEFORE WEBER)

Carle next year will have to go through waivers to get sent down, so he'll probably stick with the big team next year.
Is Bob going to let a rookie with 0 games played in the NHL stick with the club? probably not.
I think they are going to give him some games this year so he can get a bit of experience under his belt and then Bob will decide what to do with him...
And btw, he's got a pretty good vision and some decent skating..

So IMO, the most probable scenario is Dandeneault getting sent back to D
The scenario I want is to call up MATT CARLE!

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11-21-2008, 01:42 PM
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Gainey won't make a move, Dandenault is next in the D depth. Pray to god so that we don't have another injury.

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11-21-2008, 01:42 PM
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i think Komo was playing hurt before this. He took a big check behind the net early in the year and went shoulder blade first into the boards. At the time i thought holy that didnt look good.

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11-21-2008, 01:44 PM
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Damn. Habs-Bruins will not be as exciting Sat. imo. I was always looking to the left corner of the ice to see if Looch and Komi were out at the same time and who was running who and whether they were talking trash.
Oh well, guess we'll have to settle for BGL looking for anyone who will take him. If it gets out of hand either way, I think Lucic has to go with him for the sake of his legend in Boston, but it won't be early in the game and it won't be a punching fest.
If this were a season-threatening injury I'd feel real bad, but as has been said, I'm not distraught over you guys losing your 2nd d-man for another month.
Here's to a good game tomorrow night. The Habs need to make a statement that they should still be considered in the beast of the east conversation and this game could do that. I hope not for the Bruins' sake.

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11-21-2008, 01:47 PM
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The way I see it, Bob will not make of move out of desperation..
The defense is not the problem right now, the problem is the transition game between the defense and the forwards...
As for KOMI going down with injury, The way I see it is that there are 2 possible choices

- Dandeneault goes to D again
- Mathieu CARLE gets the call up (WAY BEFORE WEBER)

Carle next year will have to go through waivers to get sent down, so he'll probably stick with the big team next year.
Is Bob going to let a rookie with 0 games played in the NHL stick with the club? probably not.
I think they are going to give him some games this year so he can get a bit of experience under his belt and then Bob will decide what to do with him...
And btw, he's got a pretty good vision and some decent skating..

So IMO, the most probable scenario is Dandeneault getting sent back to D
The scenario I want is to call up MATT CARLE!
I agree with you about Dandenault. He is the insurance policy to play RD.

But no need to call up anyone from Hamilton now.

And it' won't be Carle, if it happens. The guy is not ready to play in the NHL.

Henry is the guy that would get the call. He played over 100 games at NHL level. He is big and rugged, something we badly need on this team.

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11-21-2008, 01:48 PM
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I believe O'Byrne is 18 games shy of being waiver eligible. He signed his 1st K when he was 22, meaning he is exempt for 3 years or 70 NHL games. Playoff games count so he's currently at 52.

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11-21-2008, 01:48 PM
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Carle or Weber? Steadier Carle on defense or Weber's PP abilities?

I know he didn't look that good in preseason, but seems to me that Alex Henry is the next one coming if needed. I would put back Dandenault on D though. The guy has been practicing there for most of the practices...

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11-21-2008, 01:57 PM
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Why are people saying this is Lucic's fault? I blame Komi. Bone headed move to fight a guy you can't beat and risk injury. Selfish.

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11-21-2008, 02:07 PM
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I want Weber to be called up!

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11-21-2008, 02:09 PM
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somwehere in Russia Valentenko must be laughing!!
Or crying because he likely would of been the player to get the call.

Now they'll probably go with Chipchura or D'Agostini and let Dandenault be the #7 when needed.

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11-21-2008, 02:10 PM
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Why are people saying this is Lucic's fault? I blame Komi. Bone headed move to fight a guy you can't beat and risk injury. Selfish.
Nobody's fault really in terms of the combatants. But Carbo and Gainey should have said publicly that they ordered Komisarek not to fight. Whether they said it to Komisarek personally, I don't know. But they should have and should have ensured that everybody knew such.

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11-21-2008, 02:11 PM
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Carle or Weber? Steadier Carle on defense or Weber's PP abilities?

I know he didn't look that good in preseason, but seems to me that Alex Henry is the next one coming if needed. I would put back Dandenault on D though. The guy has been practicing there for most of the practices...
That's a tough one, I think I would actually go with Weber personally. Henry has been good in Hamilton, but he's a LD so not sure he's the answer.

You left out another option, J T Wyman, oh yea! Ok not really an option but he has been really impressive at D in the 2 games I saw of course I'm kidding about a callup.

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11-21-2008, 02:14 PM
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That's a tough one, I think I would actually go with Weber personally. Henry has been good in Hamilton, but he's a LD so not sure he's the answer.

You left out another option, J T Wyman, oh yea! Ok not really an option but he has been really impressive at D in the 2 games I saw of course I'm kidding about a callup.
I kept being on the Wyman bandwagon as far as possible surprise in our prospect pool....seems to me that I meant as a D....

Thing is with all the depth we have on D, I would have hope that he would have been a better forward than D 'cause doesn't seem to be a lot of room for him unless he makes it....Great size, good physique, I would love to see how he looks like....but to cheap to pay 7$ to know....

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11-21-2008, 02:17 PM
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No worries guys Brisebois will be in charge of the physical aspect of the game. He is one tough SOB.

Watch out Lucic


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11-21-2008, 02:22 PM
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That really sucks. Our D is not strong enough to lose a top 2 guy, and you know every dman on the market just went up in price when the GM's heard this tidbit of info.

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11-21-2008, 02:30 PM
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Ayoye...

I vote for dandy back on Defense...

Markov-Gorges
Hamrlik-Dandenault
Bouillon- Brisebois

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11-21-2008, 02:38 PM
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i think Komo was playing hurt before this. He took a big check behind the net early in the year and went shoulder blade first into the boards. At the time i thought holy that didnt look good.
Potential blessing in disguise for you guys then. May finally have time to heal up properly and come back in last years form.

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11-21-2008, 02:49 PM
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why not?, we can try at least

The finesse, accurate first pass and hard hitting of Brisebois combined with the vision on the ice that Dandy has would give us a duo that can eat lots of minutes and frighten the opposition.
ROFL...

I can hear the Bruins coach now.

"Alright men. Who is going to show some courage and play against Breezy and Dandy? Its a tough job. They are elite Dmen. Who will do it. Don't crowd. There are only 5 of you that can be on the ice at once."

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11-21-2008, 02:53 PM
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I like those lines too. I also want to see Dandenault at the point in PP, this guy was born a PP specialist. He has a heck of a shot.
Someone please send Dandy a map. He does not yet know where the net is. Maybe if we give him some more time he will develop into a good scorer.


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11-21-2008, 02:55 PM
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Being more serious for a minute or so....If we trade for a Dman. Then what do we do with all of our Dmen when Komi gets back? We will have too many that are getting paid.

I would guess we have tried to trade some of them with no luck so far.

Hmmm. Please God send us one more good Dman and help those we have to stay healthy.

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11-21-2008, 03:00 PM
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Ok guys i take back my words, but i still beleive that B's fan are happy not that Komi is injured but that we will be missing one off our key players for a month.
Yup, I'm a Bruins fan. I love Komi's game. I love Lucic's game. Im not happy Komi is hurt (i kinda like the jarring hes got going with Lucic and it wont be there saturday..) but your right... I dont have many qualms over the Habs losing one of their key players for a while. I Don't think that makes me a bad person, I mean who isn't enjoying the Senators losing? If its harder for Montreal to win... I've got no problems.

- a bruins fan loving the rival in boston, see you all on Roy-night

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All I have to say is THANK GOD for Josh Gorges. It dazzles me to think of how far he's come in the habs organization. From as terrifying to watch on the ice as O'byrne to solid as a rock. Heres to hoping it clicks this way for Ryan.
Thanks for reminding me how bad Gorges was in his first year with us and how great he turned out to be. It gives me hope for Purse snatcher.

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Potential blessing in disguise for you guys then. May finally have time to heal up properly and come back in last years form.
Snap I sure hope so. Furthermore, he opens up a spot for a call up, which may be the catalyser needed to get some fire lighten up under those mother****ers floaters' *****.

Let's go D'ago!!!

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11-21-2008, 03:19 PM
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Why are people saying this is Lucic's fault? I blame Komi. Bone headed move to fight a guy you can't beat and risk injury. Selfish.
Hockey is an intense physical game. If you really want to avoid injury, just don't play. Fighting should be part of Komi's game. Yeah, he can get hurt, but he can also get hurt making a pivot, throwing a hit or blocking a shot.

I don't see where he fought a guy he can't beat. Lucic came out on top this time, maybe it was because of Komi's injury. I'll take a guy that's willing to fight and maybe lose any freaking day over a guy that only fights when he knows he will win.

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11-21-2008, 03:24 PM
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per rds http://www.rds.ca/canadien/chroniques/263969.html

This is bad news!

Can't believe how many times I saw habs fan arguing that Komi shouldn’t fight lucic because of injuries risk and because he has a more important role and then this happens...

Bruins fans most be laughing there as,s off
I wouldn't normally pipe in as I'm a Bruins fan, however I really enjoyed the battles between Lucic and Komi last year where 2 strong guys were working hard, body checking each other hard, and wish it was continuing.

I think there is a fair amount of sentiment on the Bruins board that it's regretful that an injury resulted from the fight, and a fair amount of sentiment that the reason good players shouldn't fight is because of these injuries. Komi gained some respect from us by fighting Lucic, it's a shame an injury resulted.

I hope he's back soon, and we continue to have some great games. Nice to see the rivalry going with 2 quality teams hitting the ice. See you Saturday.

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Hopefully those shots to the head and this time off will knock some sense into him. His 10 mistakes per game were really getting under my skin.

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