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04-15-2011, 03:39 PM
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lmao @ the bruins board thread about that video

they're talking about how they would've kicked his ass if they were there LOL

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04-15-2011, 03:41 PM
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lmao @ the bruins board thread about that video

they're talking about how they would've kicked his ass if they were there LOL
Thats what you call keyboard warriors

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lmao @ the bruins board thread about that video

they're talking about how they would've kicked his ass if they were there LOL
Well there was all sorts of other "big bad Bruins" fans in the stands near him and they didn't do a thing, so I'm inclined to laugh at them and call them pathetic for acting like tough guys on the internet.

For such a big & bad team, they and they're fans sure do a whole lot of WHINING.

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lmao @ the bruins board thread about that video

they're talking about how they would've kicked his ass if they were there LOL
rotfl...ya the hundreds of people around him were all hab fans i assume.

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04-15-2011, 03:46 PM
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What a great game. But the Habs have got to stop playing "heart attack" hockey. I get so nervous. I hope this does not turn into the Habs-Canes series in 2006, where we won the first 2 games on the road then lost the next 4.

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04-15-2011, 03:47 PM
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Some guy was like

"With my Muay Thai training, he wouldn't have made it out alive of the building"

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lmao @ the bruins board thread about that video

they're talking about how they would've kicked his ass if they were there LOL
A Habs fan taunts a child : ''I WOULD HAVE KILLED THIS ****ER ARRGGHH''
Chara breaks Pacioretty's neck : ''OVATION!! WOOO!''

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04-15-2011, 04:00 PM
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how do we know they werent together? maybe hes his son or nephew
This was my first thought as well. How do we know that isn't just crazy uncle Paul the habs fan. You sure can tell a lot about things by watching a super slo mo clip though.

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04-15-2011, 04:10 PM
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This was my first thought as well. How do we know that isn't just crazy uncle Paul the habs fan. You sure can tell a lot about things by watching a super slo mo clip though.
LOL nice avatar.

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04-15-2011, 04:28 PM
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I'd be pissed if someone heckled my son or nephew, but I wouldn't get into a fist fight over it. And they call us scums?

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No fair.. I said pretty much what you guys have been saying about that thread on the Bruins board about that video and my post was deleted it looks like..

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I'm really not a fan of Tom Pyatt but he was hustling hard tonight, making those nice safe plays and didn't fumble the puck. I thought he played a good game, he was noticeable doing all those little thing grinding the minutes off the period.
I'm a fan of the Montreal Canadiens first and foremost, and winning is first priority. I appreciate the little things that lead to winning all year long and not only during the playoffs. In fact, if you do not win enough during the season, there will be no playoffs!!

I wonder if people appreciate how close we came to missing the playoffs, and the danger we would have courted if the coaching staff had heeded the misplaced calls to bench Pyatt any more than they already did. As it is, we won only 8 of the 21 games that Pyatt was benched in favour of slugs, slowpokes and/or more mistake-prone players.

Hopefully, Jacques Martin has returned to his winning-first philosophy, rather than scoring-first or please-the-fans-first. Last night, Pyatt was 7th in forward ice time. He probably would have been 8th had AK46 not missed most of the 1st period. Also, in the final games of the regular season, Pyatt was usually 8th or 9th in ice time among forwards.

A guy who is 8th/9th in ice time among the forwards in games when it counts should NOT be the first guy to be sitting out, and I hope that the coaching staff has now realized this. And of course, Tommy probably hopes we continue to be involved in close games or games with a lead, because obviously, if we are down several goals late in the game, Pyatt has less of a role to play.

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04-15-2011, 04:50 PM
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Pyatt work ethic on the boards was great, seeing Pouliot on the ice with him, being bigger and more skilled made me shake my head as I wish the kid just had the same passion a Pyatt has.
Usually not a big fan of Pyatt, but played great. Blocked shots, took the puck out of the zone. Great all-around defense from the fella.

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04-15-2011, 04:58 PM
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Usually not a big fan of Pyatt, but played great. Blocked shots, took the puck out of the zone. Great all-around defense from the fella.
im in the same boat as you, in fact i drather dress pyatt than pouliot in the playoffs, and if lets say the habs have a tough decision to make when or if pacioretty returns to the lineup, i would keep pyatt in and skratch pouliot without hesitation

i would even skratch pouliot when halpern will be ready to go in this series...

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im in the same boat as you, in fact i drather dress pyatt than pouliot in the playoffs, and if lets say the habs have a tough decision to make when or if pacioretty returns to the lineup, i would keep pyatt in and skratch pouliot without hesitation

i would even skratch pouliot when halpern will be ready to go in this series...
What is wrong with Halpern anyway? Is he expected to play anytime in this series? His veteran leadership and experience would be welcome especially in the faceoff circle..

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04-15-2011, 05:06 PM
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lmao @ the bruins board thread about that video

they're talking about how they would've kicked his ass if they were there LOL
Im sure that kid was a punk.....like the rest of them

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04-15-2011, 05:07 PM
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What is wrong with Halpern anyway? Is he expected to play anytime in this series? His veteran leadership and experience would be welcome especially in the faceoff circle..
He's injured, don't remember where though, lol.

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04-15-2011, 05:18 PM
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You're wrong. They got some chances in the 2nd just like every other team got their chances against us in the 2nd throughout the year. We got caught late on some shifts and couldn't clear our zone because of it.
If what you're saying is to be true, then we pretty much got caught late in our shifts all of the second period. I do agree that the Bruins forechecking is benefiting from our inability to clear the zone. And maybe sometimes this was due to the guys being tired after a long shift. However when the Bruins are making effective dump-in's it is more often than not resulting in long shifts in our zone, due to their physical advantage.

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They got a few chances but they also took a lot of shots from the outside which is part of our gameplan.
Yes, alot of times we forced them to the outside. This was mainly done in periods 1 and 3,though. I was talking about period 2 in which Chara, to name one, had approx 5 shots from the center of the ice.

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Their inability to score was due to our brilliant defending, not some magic trick.
In period 2 we were riding lady luck. Misses like Marchand's is not down to brilliant defending, rather that opportunity was given by bad defending. In periods 1 and 3 I agree.

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04-15-2011, 05:20 PM
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judging from their reactions, the bruins players seem to be in denial and making excuses. this is just like last year.

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Only just recovered after an incredible night of play-off hockey - two hours sleep before work which turned out to be a fourteen hour day. Last year's play-off run nearly cost me my job, but even in these tough economic times, I think I can live with that.

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04-15-2011, 05:41 PM
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What a great game. But the Habs have got to stop playing "heart attack" hockey. I get so nervous. I hope this does not turn into the Habs-Canes series in 2006, where we won the first 2 games on the road then lost the next 4.
Three very key things happened during that series:
1- Koivu got that high stick in the eye (unpenalized btw).
2- Cam Ward replaced Gerber and played well enough to win the Conn Smythe.
3- Huet, despite making huge key saves at times, gave up softies regularly.

If three similar things happen, say we lose PK, Price gives up softies and Rask comes in for Thomas to play out of this world, then yea, we'd probably lose this series.
But no point in worrying about that now.

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04-15-2011, 05:42 PM
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Love it, would've poured my beer on that kid too if I was there. Not like any Bruins fan would've done anything about it.

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ah ha I thought he was gonna punch the kid

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