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04-10-2010, 12:54 PM
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If Montreal loses this game, Boivin, Gauthier, Martin, Muller and Pearn should all be fired by Molson and he should go out and hire English speaking managers, coaches and administrative staff like in the 70's.
It will never happen.
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Dam Boston just got 2 quick goals, looks like theyll be in the playoffs.

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04-10-2010, 01:17 PM
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Make that 3 quick goals. What the hell? Montreal scores 3 goals against Carolina in 2 games, and Boston scores 3 SHORT HANDED goals in a little over 1 minute.


I think the Habs will luck in tonight (thanks to the Leafs and Halak). Halak will play a good game and Toronto will be off tonight, Habs win 4-1

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04-10-2010, 01:25 PM
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if we beat the Leafs, and washington does us a favor tomorrow we still get 6th.

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04-10-2010, 01:26 PM
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This game is going to say so much about Jacques Martin as a coach. After squandering multiple opportunities against bad teams the last 2 weeks, it all comes down to this.

If this team actually comes out of the gate like it has so many times, sitting back and waiting for the other team to dictate the play... And if we actually lose in our barn to a **** team like the Leafs in the biggest game of the year... Then its clear the game has passed him by.

There's really no excuse, we have to win this game.

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04-10-2010, 01:27 PM
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Make that 3 quick goals. What the hell? Montreal scores 3 goals against Carolina in 2 games, and Boston scores 3 SHORT HANDED goals in a little over 1 minute.


I think the Habs will luck in tonight (thanks to the Leafs and Halak). Halak will play a good game and Toronto will be off tonight, Habs win 4-1
3 short handed goals in 1:04 wtf?

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04-10-2010, 01:27 PM
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I find it very odd how the eliminated teams tend to all lose against the teams vying against the Habs for the spots, yet when they play against the Habs, they play with heart and determination....

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04-10-2010, 01:28 PM
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if we beat the Leafs, and washington does us a favor tomorrow we still get 6th.
If we come out flat again tonight I'm going to freak.

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04-10-2010, 01:29 PM
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anybody else worried about the curse Toronto has levied upon JM and playoff success?

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I find it very odd how the eliminated teams tend to all lose against the teams vying against the Habs for the spots, yet when they play against the Habs, they play with heart and determination....
This team is not aloud to be mentioned with these words in the same sentence !

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04-10-2010, 01:35 PM
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Well, I can promise you I am not watching, since they lose when I do. I'm taking one for the team and heading out instead, DVR only for this one.

Sorry about watchingi the last two games, I should have known better.
Please don't worry, they always win when I do not watch. You all owe me for this.
Sorry to inform you, it will make no difference whether you watch or not.

No one has the power to influence the out come except the teams involved.

To deprive yourself of watching makes no sense. You are just a tiny spec in the universe with no super powers either negative or positive.

What will be .....will be.

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04-10-2010, 01:36 PM
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This will be a hard game to win tonight, Leafs will want to beat us and Giggy has a good record against the Habs as well.

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04-10-2010, 01:37 PM
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from HIO:
"(Hockey Night In Canada's Elliotte Friedman reported on Twitter that Mathieu Darche is in, Ryan O'Byrne said he's in and it seemed that Sergei Kostitsyn would be a healthy scratch. But upon further review, Friedman said it seemed likely that it would be either Kostitsyn, Maxim Lapierre or Tom Pyatt who sits.)"

geeeeee...I wonder. FAIL. Darche better be a hero in some way tonight.
Something tells me he'll pull a Begin from 06/07...good thing my gut is always wrong.

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anybody else worried about the curse Toronto has levied upon JM and playoff success?
No curse. the past is the past.

Toronto had better goaltending back then and a guy named Roberts who wore them down.

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Something tells me he'll pull a Begin from 06/07...good thing my gut is always wrong.
Who is this "something" that keeps telling you things.

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Changed the avatar for extra luck tonight.

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04-10-2010, 01:44 PM
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If we come out flat again tonight I'm going to freak.
How exactly does "one" freak. Are you going to rant and rave and blame and accuse and drink too much, then vomit and rant and rave some more.

Will you speak jiberish and type jiberist long into the night or will it be a quiet "freak" with you going into a canatonic state...staring into space for hours.

Perhaps you will go on a violent spree setting fire to cars and tipping them over and smashing out windows and yelling obsenities to the stars. Until you are arrested and have to stand before a judge and explain your irrational actions over a hockey game.

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Who is this "something" that keeps telling you things.
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Simply win tonight. But with the Habs, nothing is ever so simple.

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04-10-2010, 01:47 PM
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Simply win tonight. But with the Habs, nothing is ever so simple.
Just some of the fans, simple that is.

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04-10-2010, 01:50 PM
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I find it very odd how the eliminated teams tend to all lose against the teams vying against the Habs for the spots, yet when they play against the Habs, they play with heart and determination....
Plain and simple, it is a conspiracy......not.

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if we beat the Leafs, and washington does us a favor tomorrow we still get 6th.
Washington as nothing to play for really so it wouldn't surprise me to see them rest a few key guys in a mean nothing game for them.. Hopefully though they will dress a full line up as they might want to get Ovechkin the scoring title and Rocket Richard trophy...

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Halak has lost two huge games in a row. Whether or not they were his fault (they weren't), Price should be in nets. He's got great career numbers vs the Leafs, and is far too talented to be sat for this many huge games.

Anyway, Jacques Martin makes Mike Milbury look like a hockey genius.
As mentioned in the other thread:

Career vs Toronto
Halak - 6-2-1 - 2.59 - .925
Price - 5-4-0 - 3.06 - .915

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come out guns a blazing!

or crap the bed,

habs your choice

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04-10-2010, 01:51 PM
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This game is going to say so much about Jacques Martin as a coach. After squandering multiple opportunities against bad teams the last 2 weeks, it all comes down to this.

If this team actually comes out of the gate like it has so many times, sitting back and waiting for the other team to dictate the play... And if we actually lose in our barn to a **** team like the Leafs in the biggest game of the year... Then its clear the game has passed him by.

There's really no excuse, we have to win this game.
And when the Canadiens win it will prove he was the right man for job all along.

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