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01-29-2009, 09:11 PM
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We wouldn't be re-building, we'd be giving ice time to the young players.

We aren't even a contender, forget the 100 year stuff... If we continue to lose, ya I'd trade any of Kovy, Pleky, Kots bros, Lang, Tanquay, Begin, Kotospolous... hell anyone but price and komi.
Wow...talk about panic. Do you divorce your wife if you two have a bad day?

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We need to wittle the puck topwise and use two offensors to dabble it into the shooter zone. Once we get lateral drivage 3 skate men need to get quickly over to the dip circle and tootle the puck.

If that doesn't work then I suggest we fixed the strengthplay with a force lineup and a dangling backline offensor to nabble it to the scooper.
Yes!

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Wow...talk about panic. Do you divorce your wife if you two have a bad day?
No. but the thought runs through my mind,

haha, we're just playing around, nothing is serious by it.

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01-29-2009, 09:13 PM
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Why in the world would tampa do that?

You get a potential 30 goal scorer, a defensive winger with little offense, and girlanec.

girlanec!!

awesome!!

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We need to wittle the puck topwise and use two offensors to dabble it into the shooter zone. Once we get lateral drivage 3 skate men need to get quickly over to the dip circle and tootle the puck.

If that doesn't work then I suggest we fixed the strengthplay with a force lineup and a dangling backline offensor to nabble it to the scooper.


Agreed.

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We need to wittle the puck topwise and use two offensors to dabble it into the shooter zone. Once we get lateral drivage 3 skate men need to get quickly over to the dip circle and tootle the puck.

If that doesn't work then I suggest we fixed the strengthplay with a force lineup and a dangling backline offensor to nabble it to the scooper.
... What?!


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We need to wittle the puck topwise and use two offensors to dabble it into the shooter zone. Once we get lateral drivage 3 skate men need to get quickly over to the dip circle and tootle the puck.

If that doesn't work then I suggest we fixed the strengthplay with a force lineup and a dangling backline offensor to nabble it to the scooper.
LOL this gave me a much needed laugh

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We seem to suck on the South coast trips and the South division teams. Our last losing streak according to TSN was; Montreal's previous longest losing streak was three games. The Canadiens lost to Tampa Bay, Washington and Carolina in mid-December.

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Hey guys!

Blah, I have nothing positive to say, run along.

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01-29-2009, 09:19 PM
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Wow...talk about panic. Do you divorce your wife if you two have a bad day?

If you think we're even remotely close to the cup this year... let me introduce you to ...

Detroit
San Jose
Calgary
Boston
Philly
Washington
New Jersey


anyone of these teams would wipe the floor with us in a playoff series.

So maybe its good to have 12 UFA, and trade some of them to acquire assets.. youngsters or picks!


FYI..been happily married for 10 years!

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01-29-2009, 09:20 PM
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We need to wittle the puck topwise and use two offensors to dabble it into the shooter zone. Once we get lateral drivage 3 skate men need to get quickly over to the dip circle and tootle the puck.

If that doesn't work then I suggest we fixed the strengthplay with a force lineup and a dangling backline offensor to nabble it to the scooper.
That's an abuse of altavista babelfish if I ever saw one...

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01-29-2009, 09:21 PM
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Horrible lineup decisions +
horrible lines +
half a team not giving a damn +
no offensive chemistry +
a defence in shambles +
a goalie not on top of his game +
playing a red hot team
= being taken to the woodshed.

Shades of the 2006-07 collapse, only this time it's happening a month later.

Thank god we aren't committed long-term to most of this team. This team is CLEARLY not good enough. Take away that 11-2-1 stretch and this team is 3 games over .500 on the season.
This city may riot if we lose on Saturday.
Take away those 27 wins and we'd have none. If it weren't for those 27 wins we'd be dead last. I'm sure of it.

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01-29-2009, 09:22 PM
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That's an abuse of altavista babelfish if I ever saw one...
You have to understand that it is not to fully appreciate it!

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And many other fans invent things so to be interesting. Give me the last time posters were saying we had the team for the Stanley Cup.....And then, again it's only the Habs board is it? Some people needs to stop inventing things and visit other team's board once in a while....just go visit the 'Nucks board....And for whoever is going to say, well they're on a 7th loss in a row......they are still 2 points from a 5th place in the conference.

Every freakin team's board is the same, great one day, really bad the other....
It was an hyperbole to represent my thoughts on how bipolar many of these fans are. Though, I'm pretty sure I could find posts on how Price, Koivu and Higgins were the missing pieces of our puzzles to lead us to the top of the league, etc. but I won't waste my time proving I'm right.

And yes. I know this is not only habs fans who are like that. Each teams have their clowns...

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01-29-2009, 09:23 PM
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Can I have a show of hands if you believe the stores in the Bell Center should start stocking golf gear?

I already have a habs golf towel and driver cover.

I think Pleky could use the towel to wipe his makeup.

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01-29-2009, 09:24 PM
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We need to wittle the puck topwise and use two offensors to dabble it into the shooter zone. Once we get lateral drivage 3 skate men need to get quickly over to the dip circle and tootle the puck.

If that doesn't work then I suggest we fixed the strengthplay with a force lineup and a dangling backline offensor to nabble it to the scooper.


Thank you I needed that.

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01-29-2009, 09:25 PM
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Black Sunday

It could be REALLY ugly Sunday

I'm going with Boston 7 Habs 1

Ryder with a hat trick

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I can't believe my winters revolve around me watching a bunch of pusscakes play hockey

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01-29-2009, 09:26 PM
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This team looks like they have chermistry, by that i mean that even when they work hard it's always a individual effort, in this way all their positive energy is being wasted because it doesn't generate results.

I realy think that the return of Laraque will give them a new edge, they will be the meanest team on the ice. This feeling of being the agressor might help their chemistry. Also the return of Tanguay at the side of Saku will bring some stability, since they are so great together.

I don't want to see Brisebois if nobody is injured on the d squad, i'd take Dandenault before him.

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01-29-2009, 09:27 PM
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I'm seriously considering going to Irish Embassy and getting ****-faced!

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At least we're not Canucks fans.

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01-29-2009, 09:29 PM
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Maybe that wasn't so clear. It is no laughing matter.

We get to the triangular planting area and snapple it sideways to the middler offensor. A simple dingle crab scuttle should help. Let the swagmen slide by and the felch it arrowards to the topwise scooper.

Simple as that.
I think you have nailed it!

Carbo should be fired ASAP for not knowing how to dibble the crab!

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At least we're not Canucks fans.
i would be saying that regardless of the current state of the habs

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If you think we're even remotely close to the cup this year... let me introduce you to ...

Detroit
San Jose
Calgary
Boston
Philly
Washington
New Jersey


anyone of these teams would wipe the floor with us in a playoff series.
So maybe its good to have 12 UFA, and trade some of them to acquire assets.. youngsters or picks!


FYI..been happily married for 10 years!
Well, there's been some pretty bad Canadiens teams that went far. With a couple of lucky bounces and a hot goalie (Steve Penney) the 84 team got off to a 2 game lead in the Conference Final against the defending Champs. I think we have a better team on paper. If we get to the playoffs, who knows what can happen.

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No practice, let's play golf!!


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