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01-07-2009, 09:10 PM
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Effective road game & took advantage of the breaks against a decent team - these 2pts are pure gold given the current injuries!

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anyone else can't wait for someone to finally shut gomez' trap? I think Lapierre wanted to go with him but he didn't... according to what McGuire said anyway about Laps inviting him to fight on the next shift in the 1st.

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01-07-2009, 09:11 PM
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Lats shot that lead to the goal lol



I'm watching Plan A now

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the PP

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Very strong 3rd period by Halak - good to see him making some huge saves at key times, although poor rebound control gave him some troubles all night.

Refs gave the habs an advantage no doubt, although I think that late Komisarek penalty may have been a make-up call. The no call on Plekanec's slash was shocking.

Great to see the PP produce, great game by Lang, and another solid game from the Lapierre line.
And how... always in the slot... at least he keeps them out off the net, but damn I miss Price... and our first line... imagine, replace Begin-Chipchura-D'agostini line for Higgins-Koivu-Tanguay... that's huge...

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seriously it was a great win...now with snow storm they will get in MTL very late if not tomorrow and they'll play a young quick Leafs teams at home

I hope they still have some energy left

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Mitch + GDT's = Win

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seriously it was a great win...now with snow storm they will get in MTL very late if not tomorrow and they'll play a young quick Leafs teams at home

I hope they still have some energy left
They're young,
They're quick,

But

They suck.

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Lats shot that lead to the goal lol



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Danny Heatley like!

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Easy win for Montreal. Kostopoulos better practice some boxing before tomorrow's game because he's gonna need it.

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Halak is gonna be pretty drained after tonight, 36 saves. Do you go with Denis tomorrow night against the Leafs? I'd say stick with Halak.

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Cut another 2 points on the bruins,next week will be a huge game against them

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The win pushed Montreal into 4th place in the conference....1 point ahead of the Rangers, with 3 games in hand.

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Great game.

Definitely a great "old time hockey" type of game to watch.

Not to downplay the overall play of the Habs tonight, but if not for the soft goals Lundqvist gave up and if a few of those rolling pucks ended up behind Halak, this game would have been a lot different. Great game again guys.

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Very strong 3rd period by Halak - good to see him making some huge saves at key times, although poor rebound control gave him some troubles all night.

Refs gave the habs an advantage no doubt, although I think that late Komisarek penalty may have been a make-up call. The no call on Plekanec's slash was shocking.

Great to see the PP produce, great game by Lang, and another solid game from the Lapierre line.
Well the first two periods not much happened of penalty worthiness. The only real benefit the officiating went was the Rangers way where Markov gets crosschecked down causing the goal.

Third period weren't great calls but the 5 on 3 was almost a given. A high stick and I think Gomez i think it was had the guys stick for probably 5 seconds right in front of the official.

The Pleks non call was a joke as much as a call on Komo as he was pitchforked then tripped.

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seriously it was a great win...now with snow storm they will get in MTL very late if not tomorrow and they'll play a young quick Leafs teams at home

I hope they still have some energy left
Im pretty sure they will get in early this morning.Snow should stop soon.If not last time that happened we said the samething about Tampa Bay and they dominated us

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They're young,
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But

They suck.
They've found a new way to suck.

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If Lang had of scored 1 more on a penalty shot, he'd of scored a Mario Lemiux hat-trick.

Well...not quite, since the 3rd was an empty-netter/short-handed.
I wonder how many have accomplished the 5 different ways to score but with only 3 or 4 goals (possible when you consider that EN or PS goals can be done via ES, PP or SH). Hmm, whatever, even Langer didn't do it so it's probably a rare feat.

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That's the 5th hattrick if I'm not mistaken. Higgins, Kostitsyn, Lang, Lapierre (x2 one is the Gordy Howe Hattrick).

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Another 2 points. Sweet.

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If Lang had of scored 1 more on a penalty shot, he'd of scored a Mario Lemiux hat-trick.

Well...not quite, since the 3rd was an empty-netter/short-handed.
if memory serves me right, the Mario hatty is 5 gls...ES, PP, SH, PS and EN

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if memory serves me right, the Mario hatty is 5 gls...ES, PP, SH, PS and EN
Yeah but Lang's third goal was both a SH and an EN goal which I'm pretty sure makes him better than Lemieux

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Great game.

Definitely a great "old time hockey" type of game to watch.

Not to downplay the overall play of the Habs tonight, but if not for the soft goals Lundqvist gave up and if a few of those rolling pucks ended up behind Halak, this game would have been a lot different. Great game again guys.
Yup, great game.


Let's not forget we were missing 6 roster players due to injuries though.

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