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02-17-2011, 10:36 PM
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Habs lose to an awful(fine, the last place) team once again.

Lose 4-1.



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lol ugly game, no effort.

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DD with a whoping 10 mins

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You need an effort. At least Pouliot and Gomez cared. No else seemed to.

You also need to rest Price from time to time. Tonight would have been a perfect opportunity.

At least Martin took a timeout when he should.

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not awful

they may be last in the standings, but when motivated, then can play hockey.

what do people expect with all the injuries on d? seriously give the team a break

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Lose 4-1.

Oilers have a great young team.

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Gauthier needs to do something, this team looks bad right now.

Moen, AK, Halpern and all the 3rd and 4th liners didn't show up....and Gionta and Pleks?

Hello!

Gomez, Patches and Pouliot probably the best forwards.

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Whoever gets the Oilers in the first round are gonna have their hands full!!!

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Even against the worst team in the league, playing one period is never enough.

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But the majority of habs fans like to believe in their team no matter what , so I say let them if they feel comfortable of being disapointed again and again and again...

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Best moment in the game was Benoit Brunet saying that don't like Penner too much, because of his skating all this while he was in love with Latendresse.

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who the hell is gretzky jones?

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D injuries aside - this is not a road team. no momentum changers, no grit, no toughness no deterrents. none. nothing

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Another Western Canada road trip is starting off on the right note!

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It happens. Habs will rebound next game. There's so much you can do with the d-men they have. I'd send down Nash and call-up Carle and/or Henry. Nash knows what he has to work on, no need for the experiment to go on.

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If we had an un-injured D-Force, this game would have been an E-Z win.

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Yeah.. most teams would lose with that defense.

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Why does Montreal always play down to the oppositions level.
BIG EARS never has them ready for these types of games.......I hate this coach!
Now they have to play a desperate team in Calgary......

Montreal will be lucky to make the playoffs!

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I can't figure JM out... Why didn't DD play a regular shift in the 3rd period!!!

Seriously... We aren't going far in the playoffs with this D... Even with Wiz, Spacek,Gill back!

Don't mortgage our future for a run this year... Not worth it!

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Aaand here come the trolls...

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Call a spade a spade. We have 4 rookie D-men and a dead tired vet. We're gonna concede a lot of goals. We dont have the offensive horses to make up for the difference.

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No outright winner tonight, but the two closest get the W, whereas the Habs get an L. Especially after Boston won big against the lowly Islanders, this was a game to take. Injuries have been killing us lately, and two bad (and quick) goals by Price sealed this one.

Heritage Classic coming up, let's make it 2-for-2 outdoors!

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Cammalleri
Markov
Gorges
Gill
Spacek
Wiz

we really need some guys back and really soon

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When you have 5 regular D out you will lose most of your games. But HF will get all emo for the next 3 days and say trade half the team etc. etc.

Come on HF get emo so I can laugh at the morons.

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02-17-2011, 10:40 PM
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Pros:

Gomez looked great
Pouliot beat down Horcoff

Cons:

Just about everything else

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