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Habs in 7, I had a vision...

Just wanted to remind everyone in case y'all forgot

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Just wanted to remind everyone in case y'all forgot
we know we know!!!!!!!!!!

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Thanks i forgot. Jeez, your return from hiding behind a rock has been pretty damn exciting!

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Just wanted to remind everyone in case y'all forgot
and I had a dream last night Zednik scoring on Cujo's net!

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and I had a dream last night Zednik scoring on Cujo's net!
Mon-Det stanley cup finals, game 7, with 0.1111 seconds to go?

Ya i had the same dream!

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Mon-Det stanley cup finals, game 7, with 0.1111 seconds to go?

Ya i had the same dream!
get out of here

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get out of here
No kidding, it was assited by Kovalev, after he deked the pants off of every Red wing on the ice, including an extra man, where a 2 minute minor Pen was coming

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No kidding, it was assited by Kovalev, after he deked the pants off of every Red wing on the ice, including an extra man, where a 2 minute minor Pen was coming
are you sure you didn't dream the Penguins?

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Thanks i forgot. Jeez, your return from hiding behind a rock has been pretty damn exciting!
I know! i'm on fire today!

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are you sure you didn't dream the Penguins?


No it was the Habs!

I seen Ribs jumping for glee in the background

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pff, it was probably a vision sent by Satan himself, leader of the Big Bad Bears Fan Club. He is teasing you, so that the day Habs will lose the 1st round, you will cry even more because of the false hopes you received.

Of course, it could also be a vision sent by God himself, leader of the Montreal Canadiens Fan Club(There was a joke about God and Hockey, favourite team Canadiens, I just can't remember it...anyone?)

I have lost faith in the Habs, down 3-1, I just don't see it happening. Of course, I'm waiting to be proved wrong, inside myself, I wish they will eliminated the Bruins in 7, but again, I fail to see it happening...Just don't want to get false hopes.

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pff, it was probably a vision sent by Satan himself, leader of the Big Bad Bears Fan Club. He is teasing you, so that the day Habs will lose the 1st round, you will cry even more because of the false hopes you received.

Of course, it could also be a vision sent by God himself, leader of the Montreal Canadiens Fan Club(There was a joke about God and Hockey, favourite team Canadiens, I just can't remember it...anyone?)

I have lost faith in the Habs, down 3-1, I just don't see it happening. Of course, I'm waiting to be proved wrong, inside myself, I wish they will eliminated the Bruins in 7, but again, I fail to see it happening...Just don't want to get false hopes.
My favorite phrase of all time. It's not over tell it's over. I played pee wee Basse ball represinting my city 8 years ago and we were in the championship game playing vs cornwall. Its a game that I will never forget for my hole live. My team was down 7-0 and we only had 3 outs left. My coach kept saying it on our bench. Its not over tell its over. Anyways we managed to get 8 runs that inning and endded up winning the game. You cant imagine that felling once that 8 runs crosed the plate. Its was unbelieveble

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My favorite phrase of all time. It's not over tell it's over. I played pee wee Basse ball represinting my city 8 years ago and we were in the championship game playing vs cornwall. Its a game that I will never forget for my hole live. My team was down 7-0 and we only had 3 outs left. My coach kept saying it on our bench. Its not over tell its over. Anyways we managed to get 8 runs that inning and endded up winning the game. You cant imagine that felling once that 8 runs crosed the plate. Its was unbelieveble
call me crazy but I was in cornwall and in a similar situation , with 3 outs left down by 6 or 7 , and we won the game ... but it was not 8 years ago , it was 2-3 years ago ... But when I read that I was : WTF !! lolll

Maybe the ghosts of your team haunted them again ... It was such an unbeliveable feeling for me also ... It's scary that it had happen in the same place down by practically the same score and in an important game

For which city were you playing for ??


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Next time try having your " vision " before having a couple of 50's or Blues or whatever you will need to start drowning your sorrows. My " vision " is that I see
Ribero's neck and Kovalev's hand improving quickly enough so that neither misses any of their golf games this summer.

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Next time try having your " vision " before having a couple of 50's or Blues or whatever you will need to start drowning your sorrows. My " vision " is that I see
Ribero's neck and Kovalev's hand improving quickly enough so that neither misses any of their golf games this summer.
you're an a$$ :devil:

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pff, it was probably a vision sent by Satan himself, leader of the Big Bad Bears Fan Club. He is teasing you, so that the day Habs will lose the 1st round, you will cry even more because of the false hopes you received.
The Satan who plays for Buffalo?? :lol He looks like the :devil:

Vision smision... WE DON'T NEED NO VISIONS, HABS WILL WIN ANYWAYS

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call me crazy but I was in cornwall and in a similar situation , with 3 outs left down by 6 or 7 , and we won the game ... but it was not 8 years ago , it was 2-3 years ago ... But when I read that I was : WTF !! lolll

Maybe the ghosts of your team haunted them again ... It was such an unbeliveable feeling for me also ... It's scary that it had happen in the same place down by practically the same score and in an important game

For which city were you playing for ??
I was playing for kitchener.

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Ah come on velimiiro - lighten up a bit. You have to admit this whole " vision " thing is a joke. Listen I'm a Bruin fan who grew up in the Montreal area so forgive
me if I gloat a little over this series. I know I know - it's not over yet and when it comes to Boston/Montreal in the playoffs anything can happen. But honestly - with home ice advantage would you not feel confident with a 3 to 1 lead???

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Ah come on velimiiro - lighten up a bit. You have to admit this whole " vision " thing is a joke. Listen I'm a Bruin fan who grew up in the Montreal area so forgive
me if I gloat a little over this series. I know I know - it's not over yet and when it comes to Boston/Montreal in the playoffs anything can happen. But honestly - with home ice advantage would you not feel confident with a 3 to 1 lead???
no i wouldnt be confident until we win 4.

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Canadiens 0-14 all time when trailing in a play-off series 3-1.
Bruins 17-0 all time when leading in a play-off series 3-1.
-ESPN

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Canadiens 0-14 all time when trailing in a play-off series 3-1.
Bruins 17-0 all time when leading in a play-off series 3-1.
-ESPN
records shatter man.

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Hey #44_delivers - actually I agree with you. I left out " a little " out of my last sentence. These teams are very close talentwise so until Boston has the lead in one more game and the clock shows 0:00 left in the 3rd period - I won't relax
and/or celebrate. Despite the overall record in the playoffs ( I think Montreal leads the all-time series 22 to 9 ) this is a series that I always look forward to. Regardless of what Toronto and Ottawa fans might think - Boston vs Montreal
will always be hockey's greatest rivalry

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Canadiens 0-14 all time when trailing in a play-off series 3-1.
Bruins 17-0 all time when leading in a play-off series 3-1.
-ESPN
Time for it to change ?

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Hey #44_delivers - actually I agree with you. I left out " a little " out of my last sentence. These teams are very close talentwise so until Boston has the lead in one more game and the clock shows 0:00 left in the 3rd period - I won't relax
and/or celebrate. Despite the overall record in the playoffs ( I think Montreal leads the all-time series 22 to 9 ) this is a series that I always look forward to. Regardless of what Toronto and Ottawa fans might think - Boston vs Montreal
will always be hockey's greatest rivalry
indeed, last game hurt us alote though.

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Ah come on velimiiro - lighten up a bit. You have to admit this whole " vision " thing is a joke. Listen I'm a Bruin fan who grew up in the Montreal area so forgive
me if I gloat a little over this series. I know I know - it's not over yet and when it comes to Boston/Montreal in the playoffs anything can happen. But honestly - with home ice advantage would you not feel confident with a 3 to 1 lead???

Not if my team had been outplayed the last 3 game...... :lol :lol

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