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02-23-2009, 04:23 PM
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Habs schedule after this week very favorable

Tough week ahead, if the Habs can maintain a .500 record this week they are looking at a very favorable stretch in March in which they will play 9 of 10 at home against some mediocre teams.

The bolded text is the games the Habs SHOULD win (clear cut games they have to win). The bigger text is the favorable home stretch:

vs VAN
@ PHI
vs SJ
@ BUF
@ ATL

@ DAL
vs EDM
vs NYI

vs NJ
vs NYR
@ OTT

vs TOR
vs ATL
vs TB
vs BUF

vs CHI

@ NYI
@ TOR
vs OTT
@ NYR

@ BOS
vs PIT

Habs can easily win 15 games until the end of the year, not counting the other games in which they usually show up against great teams.

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02-23-2009, 04:47 PM
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Looks good on paper, would take us to 99 points.
Unfortunatly life can throw a few curve balls.
Rangers, Buffalo and Toronto won't give in easy and TB hasn't lost against us this year.

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Looks good on paper, would take us to 99 points.
Unfortunatly life can throw a few curve balls.
Rangers, Buffalo and Toronto won't give in easy and TB hasn't lost against us this year.
TB has lost to us in a shootout

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Shoot how could I forget the Price stick the stick and hurt my ankle win in TB.

Always check your sources ...

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knowing the habs, they will win half the games that are not in bold and lose all the rest

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Yeah, and last time you predicted us to go 6-0-0 on our last road trip...

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The Habs always play bad against bad teams. This will be tougher then we think.

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Tough week ahead, if the Habs can maintain a .500 record this week they are looking at a very favorable stretch in March in which they will play 9 of 10 at home against some mediocre teams.

The bolded text is the games the Habs SHOULD win (clear cut games they have to win). The bigger text is the favorable home stretch:

vs VAN
@ PHI
vs SJ
@ BUF
@ ATL

@ DAL
vs EDM
vs NYI

vs NJ
vs NYR
@ OTT

vs TOR
vs ATL
vs TB
vs BUF

vs CHI

@ NYI
@ TOR
vs OTT
@ NYR

@ BOS
vs PIT

Habs can easily win 15 games until the end of the year, not counting the other games in which they usually show up against great teams.
Seems we can't easily win anything these days though. However, if Price can return to form, and the defense gets a little help.. there's no reason why they can't.

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Tough week ahead, if the Habs can maintain a .500 record this week they are looking at a very favorable stretch in March in which they will play 9 of 10 at home against some mediocre teams.

The bolded text is the games the Habs SHOULD win (clear cut games they have to win). The bigger text is the favorable home stretch:

vs VAN
@ PHI
vs SJ
@ BUF
@ ATL

@ DAL
vs EDM
vs NYI

vs NJ
vs NYR
@ OTT

vs TOR
vs ATL
vs TB
vs BUF

vs CHI

@ NYI
@ TOR
vs OTT
@ NYR

@ BOS
vs PIT

Habs can easily win 15 games until the end of the year, not counting the other games in which they usually show up against great teams.
yes cuz we will always win the games we are suppose to

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We will win the next 3 and lose to ATL and Buffalo with Lalime in net

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Yeah, and last time you predicted us to go 6-0-0 on our last road trip...
You also like to be pessimist every ****ing step of the way. Maybe I just tried to light some positives on a **** fest board that your are part of.

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