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01-27-2010, 09:55 PM
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It was a goal scorers goal, give it up already and the Coaches and Press said the same.
Except the haters.

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01-27-2010, 09:56 PM
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Rangers and Habs sure are fighting hard for that 9th seed.

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01-27-2010, 10:03 PM
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Rangers and Habs sure are fighting hard for that 9th seed.
By the end of the week i think we will be 13th.

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01-27-2010, 10:09 PM
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I was disgusted today by the effort and attitude our team showed today. They laid Carey out to dry tonight. Absolutely shocking. The number of high quality giveaways was astonishing. I only saw any fighting spirit with 5 minutes left in the 2nd. We still have no secondary scoring but at least we fought back. We got ***** tonight. Carey, I feel sorry for you. The team and the city doesn't deserve ya. You're just 22 and they expect the world. You rule

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01-27-2010, 10:11 PM
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01-27-2010, 10:12 PM
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By the end of the week i think we will be 13th.
But at least in a lottery pick position....gotta take the good with the bad.

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01-27-2010, 10:14 PM
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But at least in a lottery pick position....gotta take the good with the bad.
Imagine we draft another goalie.

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01-27-2010, 10:33 PM
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Imagine we draft another goalie.
I think Pierre McGuire might kill himself

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01-27-2010, 10:33 PM
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My favourite part of the game:


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01-27-2010, 10:35 PM
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That was awesome.

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01-27-2010, 10:38 PM
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01-27-2010, 10:39 PM
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So immature! Doesnt show emotion while losing 3-0 but rather making stupid stuff like this. This kid really have behavior problem.





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01-27-2010, 10:40 PM
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My favourite part of the game:

That is so sad but its so true. The best play of the night on the habs side. lol

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01-27-2010, 10:54 PM
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A very poor effort out there tonight.

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01-27-2010, 11:05 PM
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Anybody else like Sergei tonight?

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01-27-2010, 11:08 PM
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bah...
I skipped this one and will skip more and more.
Looks like I didn't miss very much.
The team is fun to watch 1 game out of 5...and I'm probably generous.

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01-27-2010, 11:10 PM
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Anybody else like Sergei tonight?
I think he was the best forward on the ice tonight. Great vision and good pass. Needs to do it every single night. But that could be said about the whole team.

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A very poor effort out there tonight.
You're being generous.

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01-27-2010, 11:25 PM
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They approached this game like a playoff game. Promising.

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01-27-2010, 11:34 PM
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3rd time in 14 games the team in front of Price gets shutout.

How can the kid win if the team in front of him cant score a freaking goal.

Look at his last 11 regulations loss. Team scored:

0 Tampa Bay
2 Ottawa
2 Washington
0 Buffalo
1 Minnessota
1 New Jersey
2 Pittsburgh
0 Toronto
1 Pittsburgh
0 Nashville
1 Tampa Bay

Thats 10 goals scored in 11 games. How the **** can the kid win? Im not trying to defend him but he need to be the best goalie in the world to win those game. He needs to have the GAA under 0.90 in order to win those game.
Awesome job!

Says it all.

Price would be called a fantastic goaltender with a team that scores

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01-27-2010, 11:35 PM
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Too much grinding along the boards. It seems that the entire game is a grind on the opposing and defensive boards. Not all players flourish under this game, certainly not Cammalleri, Gionta or Sergei, who need open space to breathe but there they are, grinding their skill away...

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01-27-2010, 11:38 PM
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When is Gainey going to realize we need some scoring on the third and last lines???

Size, yeah that would help...looks bad when we have Gomez, Gionta and Cammarelli paired off with Hedman and Vinnie who are all 5-6 inches taller.

Everyone wants to trade Price, what about that other guy they wanted to trade in Andrei Kostitsyn?

This team has not been the same since he got hurt.

Regarding "... Size, yeah that would help...looks bad when we have Gomez, Gionta and Cammarelli paired off with Hedman and Vinnie who are all 5-6 inches taller..."...

Did you notice Gionta (maybe it was Cammalleri?) giving hell to Lecavalier? Vincent looked down and I think he smiled! Heck, for a moment I was afraid he would gently tap Gionta on top of his head!

On another occasion, we saw Foster skate in front of Bergeron. I know Bergeron usually play with no fear but my GAWD... it's a good thing Foster did not have a cold and sneeze: it would have been enough to project Marc-André in the stands!

Seriously, I know, as I mentioned in another thread, that size is not a panacea but nevertheless: more size upfront would sure help us win more 1 v 1 battles alongside the boards. I am sure that right now, the Canadiens are losing 55-65% of their battles alongside the boards.

At least this team has speed... right?


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Too much grinding along the boards. It seems that the entire game is a grind on the opposing and defensive boards. Not all players flourish under this game, certainly not Cammalleri, Gionta or Sergei, who need open space to breathe but there they are, grinding their skill away...
I agree but if you are the opponent coach and notice the overall size of Mtl's forwards, especially with Andrei Kostitsyn injured, you would not tell your players to "... grinding along the boards..." as often as possible? To survive with our under sized but gifted forwards, this team needs a D squad that can move the puck well. And sadly, especially with Spacek playing on his off side, it is not Montreal D squad' cup of tea.


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01-27-2010, 11:49 PM
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Regarding "... Size, yeah that would help...looks bad when we have Gomez, Gionta and Cammarelli paired off with Hedman and Vinnie who are all 5-6 inches taller..."...

Did you notice Gionta (maybe it was Cammalleri?) giving hell to Lecavalier? Vincent looked down and I think he smiled! Heck, for a moment I was afraid he would gently tap Gionta on top of his head!

On another occasion, we saw Foster skate in front of Bergeron. I know Bergeron usually play with no fear but my GAWD... it's a good thing Foster did not have a cold and sneeze: it would have been enough to project Marc-André in the stands!

Seriously, I know, as I mentioned in another thread, that size is not a panacea but nevertheless: more size upfront would sure help us win more 1 v 1 battles alongside the boards. I am sure that right now, the Canadiens are losing 55-65% of their battles alongside the boards.

At least this team has speed... right?
Speed is nothing unless you can score. We have one guy that can play in front of the net regularly on the top two lines, Pouliot. That's a recipe for failure.

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01-27-2010, 11:56 PM
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Speed is nothing unless you can score. We have one guy that can play in front of the net regularly on the top two lines, Pouliot. That's a recipe for failure.
Gionta was doing it relentlessly at one point; not so much lately.

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01-28-2010, 12:20 AM
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Here's the top 16 posters from tonight's GDT.

habtastic 36
Recchi29 35
Habs10Habs 27
Cam A Larry 27
King Woodballs 25
hototogisu 23
Ohashi_Jouzu 20
Turtleneck Plek 19
Redux91 18
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Pernell Karl 12
Montreal Shadow 12

Congrats to habtastic!
I am under impression nobody watched the game

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01-28-2010, 01:18 AM
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Might as well start 5 year plan number three now. As a die hard fan it pains me to start losing interest in the team. For the first time in years, i literally walked away from my tv with a full period to go.

Its the same old garbage.
Join the club. I no longer have hope when I see a team that has been mediocre for the past 13-15 years. BTW, I have been a fan since 1990 and will ALWAYS support the team. However, at times this season I have simply turned off the TV and gone out.

And yes, there is a difference between being a blind fan that feels the organization can do no wrong and one who expects more out of it than an eight place finish and a quick playoff exit or an upset. The roller coaster season we have seen this year, with the game tonight being exemplary, makes the latter option a pipe dream. BTW, Bill Murray was in a movie about this.


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