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04-09-2004, 08:47 PM
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Worst possible scenario ever...

Theo allowing the worst possible softy ever ...

That little biatch bergeron scoring THAT goal ...

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Garon on Sunday anyone?

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Et la première étoile... THE FIRST STAR.... JOSÉ THÉODORE!!!

La puck touchait le poteau au mieux, sinon elle manquait le but, pis il la criss dedans.

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theo

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This is going to overtime.

I hate that. It would be freakin' bad for my heart.

Gotta be clutch!

Let's go Theodore, let's do your best Patrick Roy impersonification.
not for tonight

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The 2 D looked like freaking pylons out there, they did even touch bergeron

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Et la première étoile... THE FIRST STAR.... JOSÉ THÉODORE!!!

La puck touchait le poteau au mieux, sinon elle manquait le but, pis il la criss dedans.
and Bouillon didn't help either...*******....I am mad :mad:

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God Damn IT!!!

We totally control the game and still lose. It will take a miracle for us ot win this series now, I told my dad right before overtime started, who ever scores the next goal wins the series.

Hell I could have stopped that last shot, Theodore knows he should have had it.
I hate that Bergeron punk before he scored, now I really hate him.

At least the Koivu-kovalev duo worked. Zednik sure can't pass.

Unbiased Canadian

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Theodore...1 softy a game, otherwise, solid.

Damn.

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It's all we're going to hear about from now until Sunday. Raycroft is playing well, isn't doing anything special but he's going to get all the bouquets. It reminds me of the times Moog and Lemelin were touted as habs killers in the two series in the 90's even though they had little if any work in any of the series.

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Habs were dominating the Bruins in the 3rd. They played with intensity, they even played tough, they had many chances. They could have easily won this one but.... Théo... WHY... tell me why Théo

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... sorry double post. damn slow internet

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Kovalev+Theo+Breezby=15 Million Dollar loss

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Bon, je m'en vais boire pour oublier qui me suit?

Well, I am going to get drunk to forget that crap, who's following me?

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The 2 D looked like freaking pylons out there, they did even touch bergeron
WTF !!!!!!!!!! they their their friking job, they allowed a shot from the blue line ... I'm ****ing tired of people that are always protecting Théodore's ****ing ass

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not for tonight
That's what I was saying to myself. Maybe I jinxed him.

Don't know what happen but that was horrendous.

In fact, I couldn't believe it was a goal so I looked on the HFChat only to see people saying: «GOAL!», «GOAL!», «BRUINS WINS!» or «BERGERON WITH THE GAME WINNER».

I think that if I didn't saw this, I would still be in disbelief.

So freakin' ugly... so f-r-e-a-k-i-n-' f-u-g-l-y!

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This is the worst possible way to lose a closely played playoff game. Theo has no excuse on that one. He must make that save. Heck Kidd would have made that save. Not looking too sharp on that one, and that costs us a key game we had a good shot at winning.

What else can you say...

Our PP sucked, but the man between the pipes is responsible for this one. Thought Theo would show more character and composure than that. Let's see what happens in Montreal, but considering the circumstances, this softy and more importantly second loss could be the series breaker.

All the little errors are amplified during the playoffs, so imagine big ones like this. Amazing. Oh well...

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The 2 D looked like freaking pylons out there, they did even touch bergeron
Oh C'MON ! It was a routine save. The D have got nothing to do with that goal. If you can't count on your goalie to make that kind of save after a rather ordinary performance in the first game... well ..

I'm not gonna go on the bruins board... I can only imagine the laughs...

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Theo got the support he wanted. We outshot them, we outplayed them, we should've won but then he lets in that floater. It's what seperates Theodore from top-notch goalies like Brodeur and even guys like Aebischer, Kiprusoff and Khabiboulin do not let in shots like that in OT. Hopefully, the home ice will inspire us at is has in almost all of our best games this year. It ain't quite over but even if we tie the series, we lose in the long run.

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Kovalev+Theo+Breezby=15 Million Dollar loss

Wow your brain is a brick wall.

Lets recap...

Theo- absolutly ROBBED the bruins all night...yes he let in a softy which he SHOULD have had...thing is if it wasn't for him the game wouldn't have even BEEN to overtime

Kovalev - Assist, played solid all game.

Breezy - HE SCORED OUR ONLY GOD DAMNED GOAL

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Theo- absolutly ROBBED the bruins all night...yes he let in a softy which he SHOULD have had...thing is if it wasn't for him the game wouldn't have even BEEN to overtime
?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????

Have I missed something ? ... the goalie you're talking of is Raycroft

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Our team doesn't have enough physical leaders...how come a guy like Bergeron can look so great and Ryder has been invisible??? We need some physical guys that can turn the tide for us in the future. Poor Ribeiro has to defend himself...

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I just broke my kitchen table when Bergeron scored


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[QUOTE=Munchausen]Heck Kidd would have made that save.

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Yeah, but the score would have been 8-1 Boston

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Our team doesn't have enough physical leaders...how come a guy like Bergeron can look so great and Ryder has been invisible??? We need some physical guys that can turn the tide for us in the future. Poor Ribeiro has to defend himself...

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It's only been 5 years that everyone that knows something about hockey says that they are too small ... I hope you haven't just noticed that

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Quote [Theo- absolutly ROBBED the bruins all night...yes he let in a softy which he SHOULD have had...thing is if it wasn't for him the game wouldn't have even BEEN to overtime]

Theo did not absolutely rob them all night. The Habs carried the play. He choked on it; it's that simple. Hopefully it'll motivate him to play out of his mind the rest of the series.

If not, it'll be a short playoff run....

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