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A long and ugly night.
• Pat Hickey’s game story
• Quotes from the room
• Hickey on the goalie “fight”
• Quick hits and About last night …
• Arpon Basu on Scott Gomez
• Stephen Harris of the Boston Herald offers his view
• Pierre Durocher on Lars Eller
No doubt PG has to address this type of game. If we are to go longer into the playoffs this season we need to get past the Bruin/Flyer crap and with this team as it sits now we won’t. Maybe Boston and Philly will meet each other and hopefully beat each other to a pulp and make the run a bit easier. I was proud that the boys finished out the game on the ice and not running for the bench. Yes they took some hits in the last few minutes from the fourth line CJ (should be fined for doing it) put out for Boston but the cuts heal and your heart gets stronger by sticking together. PG will have to address the brutality that is now common with this years Beantown tards. In reading the article from the Boston rag posted to this thread it was laughable to read Brad Marchands quotes. When he played in the Q he was a gutless puke then and he’s no better now. Hopefully PK can get an non interrupted few minutes with him at the next outing. It appears he was trying to engage Pk and then have Lucic jump on this back like the komo incident a couple of years ago. No doubt that fag cherry will be spouting his bile on Saturday. Lets get to work PG and make a few changes. Maybe even bring up White and Henry or another of the Dogs crazies for the rematch. Win or lose the rematch this month it would be better to beable to fight back without our senior citizen players getting mugged like last night.
Well I think I heard Price say on -RDS perhaps- that they did some sort of goalie school together, and Thomas said that his going up ice was just business and nothing else that he liked the guy…I couldve been groggy though. Irregardless, neither had the mien to actually fight, Thomas swung maybe but I dont think he wanted it to connect. Lame fight through and through.
[Disclaimer]: I’m a hockey fan. I care about the habs, but probably not as much as you.
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