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12-02-2008, 07:10 PM
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I don't like Kosto with Pleks and Tanguay. Nothing against him, but we've got to get a guy with hands with two playmakers like that.

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And Atlantas goon meter goes up by one.

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Woohoo, I got my feed of the game open not long before D'Agostini scored, very happy for the kid

The first of many for him in the NHL.

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12-02-2008, 07:11 PM
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I'm really impressed with Breezer so far this game, and no I haven't been drinking.

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I don't like Kosto with Pleks and Tanguay. Nothing against him, but we've got to get a guy with hands with two playmakers like that.
Kovalev perhaps when he gets going?

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has pleky lost a step? he used to blow by guys, now people seem to catch up to him a lot quicker...
Pleky is speedy but on that play that Brian Little tracked back to keep him at bay he was too late to cut to the centre...he just went straight...he should have cut to the centre...its like the highground in a battlefield...if he would have cut to the centre he would have outpaced all and have a clean break on Johan Hedberg.

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all A. Kost on that 1

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kovalchuk scares me

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12-02-2008, 07:13 PM
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D'Agostini here to stay!!!

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12-02-2008, 07:14 PM
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kovalchuk scares me
Oh I know, I find myself clinching my fists every time he touches the puck.

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first few mins looked ruff, but we diff carried the play and that was a good period overall.

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Very solid period for habs

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Plex was in the play tonight and Kovy was actually hustling. Complacency's a bit**.

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12-02-2008, 07:15 PM
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kovalchuk scares me
Seriously, he's amazing to watch.

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Good period. No real weak shifts.

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- I throw up a little in my mouth every time Lang touches the puck.

- If I were Kovalchuk I'd demand a trade in the next 10mins, playing with Chris Thorburn and Marty Reasoner? thats an insult to a player of his calibre.

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12-02-2008, 07:18 PM
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Seriously, he's amazing to watch.

Imagine a line of Tanguay-Koivu-Kovalchuck. /Drool

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first few mins looked ruff, but we diff carried the play and that was a good period overall.
What? It took Atlanta 5 minutes to get thier first shot on net, and we completely dominated the play.

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How come every time Montreal scores I'm out of the room? My wife asks to help her with someone in the bedroom (don't get too excited, it's my wife) anyway I hear Pierre McGuires voice raise real loud and I know Montreal just scored and I can't leave because she's in mid sentence. Every time. And it's not like Montreal scores a lot lately. The only goals I see lately are the end of the 3rd period ones.

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a question for Qui Gon Dave: How would you qualify D'agostini's work ethic on a long period? his he the type of player to give a good effort day in day out?

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one of the best periods in a while, everyone was working hard

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How come every time Montreal scores I'm out of the room? My wife asks to help her with someone in the bedroom (don't get too excited, it's my wife) anyway I hear Pierre McGuires voice raise real loud and I know Montreal just scored and I can't leave because she's in mid sentence. Every time. And it's not like Montreal scores a lot lately. The only goals I see lately are the end of the 3rd period ones.
STOP WATCHING THEN!


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nice first period
congrats to Dagostini
i hope Lats picked some pointers on how to crash the net

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12-02-2008, 07:22 PM
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The Koivu line is really clicking tonight, although Brunet still think that A Kost sucks.

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How come every time Montreal scores I'm out of the room? My wife asks to help her with someone in the bedroom (don't get too excited, it's my wife) anyway I hear Pierre McGuires voice raise real loud and I know Montreal just scored and I can't leave because she's in mid sentence. Every time. And it's not like Montreal scores a lot lately. The only goals I see lately are the end of the 3rd period ones.
Get back in the damn closet, will ya?

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