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03-07-2010, 10:45 PM
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Lol @ Cammalleri's twitter.



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03-07-2010, 10:46 PM
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we had 43 shots? lol.
Did you see the post-game press conference?

Did anyone see Martin state he is firing all the players for disobeying his system, and getting so many shots, when his expressed wishes are to play Kitty-bar-the-door and strictly passive hockey?

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I don't think that's a real account by Cammy.........usually, they have some kind of official status.

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We have a winner here.

I could list 1000 things I`d rather watch on TV then the Oscars, dirty.. nasty things.
1) oscars are great. especially if you love to watch movies. being able to agree or disagree with the awards, compare film awards to ones in other festivals (cannes), maybe watch a couple movies from the awards that interested you. there are alot of good reasons to watch the awards.

2) go!

edit: blinde side. totally forgot about it, it was a great movie. its about the ravens oher.

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Plekanec chose the best time to actually score on his shootout attempt.

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Game #3 of the Cali coast swing road trip. Glad we came. Had a blast watching that big comeback. Looked ugly for a while. WAYYYY too many chances allowed from the slot. I felt sorry for Price but the goalie change seemed to wake the boys up

Great game by Pleks. Too bad for Hiller shrugging that one goal in off the paraphernalia as Gallivan used to say

Wow the Anaheim crowd was just dead. Not much enthusiasm there. Disappointing. Lots of high fives by Habs fans all around afterward

Time to head out for pizza and more beer

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03-07-2010, 10:50 PM
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cant believe pleks scored in shootout he was 1 for 17 or somethin in his career lol


dont any of you feel that the habs are a lot better then their record says they are? i always try to explain to my friend that were actually shaping up to be a solid team and that were a lot better then our record shows.. and down the stretch here we're finally starting to show it, anyone else agree?

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I don't think that's a real account by Cammy.........usually, they have some kind of official status.
They confirmed on CBC it's his real twitter.

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03-07-2010, 10:52 PM
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I too feel sorry for Price. There must be no worse feeling (other than losing your country's first ever Olympic hockey medal in the third period) than being yanked in an important game and seeing the team rally for a big a win. You can't really feel a part of all that positive emotion. It must be hard. But he'll bounce back. He always does.

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I'm a big Price fan and I just feel sorry for the kid.

I don't think he'll ever succeed in Montreal. Even if he plays the game of his life, he seems to still lose because the team in front of doesn't show up. (see San Jose game, Nashville game)

Chicago needs a goalie. I'm sure they'll love Price!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Holy overreaction! Because Price is having some bad luck this year, this mean he will NEVER succeed in Montreal???

Never?

Ever?

And you know this how?

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03-07-2010, 10:53 PM
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What impresses me the most is we didn't roll over and die. Outshooting a team 43-32 is pretty impressive considering all the crap earlier in the season. Maybe this is a turning point of the season and we go on a roll.

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03-07-2010, 10:55 PM
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They confirmed on CBC it's his real twitter.
What you said. On saturday CBC confirmed it is Cammy's real Twitter account.

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cant believe pleks scored in shootout he was 1 for 17 or somethin in his career lol


dont any of you feel that the habs are a lot better then their record says they are? i always try to explain to my friend that were actually shaping up to be a solid team and that were a lot better then our record shows.. and down the stretch here we're finally starting to show it, anyone else agree?
Well it makes a big difference to have an almost healthy lineup, not to mention upgrading it with Pouliot (assuming Tender continued to play the same way he was in MTL) and Moore. Our defense has a lot of heart, but that's where I see a big lack. Markov has been criticized a lot but he's still our best D by a fair margin.

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This team should be good with Cammy and MAB. These guys are huge for the PP.

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03-07-2010, 10:59 PM
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Trading Price would be an extremely stupid move that we would regret in the future.
Yes, if the trade is made in the spirit of "get rid of the guy". Possibly not, if the return is players who turn out to be big stars.

But yeah, basically Price is not someone you are LOOKING to trade (i.e. get rid of).

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1) oscars are great. especially if you love to watch movies. being able to agree or disagree with the awards, compare film awards to ones in other festivals (cannes), maybe watch a couple movies from the awards that interested you. there are alot of good reasons to watch the awards.

2) go!

edit: blinde side. totally forgot about it, it was a great movie. its about the ravens oher.
Why would I need them to discover movies or compare my opinions with them though... Isn`t that what the internet is for?

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Strange statistic of the hero of the game for me (Markov)

1 pt at home
20 on the road
That is indeed strange and unexplainable.

As for tonight, the Habs showed resiliency and never backed down. They actually out shot the Ducks and I feel that they deserved at least one point.

What this road-trip has shown is that the Habs are much better when healthy. It is also clear that the team needed the two week break considering they played more games than anyone up to Feb 12th.

BTW, I think Gomez has something like 33 points in his last 33 games. He is riding a 9 game point streak with that assist on the equalizer. What has impressed me the most with Gomez is that he is very good in his own end and has found great chemistry with Gionta and Pouliout. Hope to see them continue this on Tuesday in the proverbial biggest game of the year. That is until the next one.


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We have a winner here.

I could list 1000 things I`d rather watch on TV then the Oscars, dirty.. nasty things.
I call bull. Don't tell me you'd rather watch crap like Gilmour Girls or the Hills...

It's not all entertaining, but I like routing for the movies I like to win and some of the skits are funny. Ben Stiller in the Avatar costume admittedly made me laugh a couple times.

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So Gionta gets his 20th, is he still overpaid? Mike Ribeiro has 5 more points I believe, and he's making the same amount.

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Lol @ Cammalleri's twitter.



http://twitter.com/mcammalleri13
Would be even better if it was really Cammy's twitter.

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Would be even better if it was really Cammy's twitter.
Wasn't it just confirmed on twitter to be real?

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So Gionta gets his 20th, is he still overpaid? Mike Ribeiro has 5 more points I believe, and he's making the same amount.
Centremen usually outpoint wingers by at least 5-10 on average.

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Would be even better if it was really Cammy's twitter.
It is the real one, confirmed

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That is indeed strange and unexplainable.

As for tonight, the Habs showed resiliency and never backed down. They actually out shot the Ducks and I feel that they deserved at least one point.

What this road-trip has shown is that the Habs are much better when healthy. It is also clear that the team needed the two week break considering they played more games than anyone up to Feb 12th.

BTW, I think Gomez has something like 33 points in his last 33 games. He is riding a 9 game point streak with that assist on the equalizer. What has impressed me the most with Gomez is that he is very good in his own end and has found great chemistry with Gionta and Pouliout. Hope to see them continue it on Tuesday in the proverbial biggest game of the year. That is until the next one.
Jeez after all I have read here I thought Gomez was a bum.

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03-07-2010, 11:08 PM
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but the speeches are so great. The Dude just won best actor. Bridges should have won for TBL, but hey the academy is all about doing the right thing and making up for bad arbitrary calls...wait, am I talking about the NHL?
TBL, one of the best movies ever, one of top 5 and the dude did deserve an Oscar for that movie

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