Can’t do in Kanata

Carey Price was at his locker, talking to the media about the perils of exhibition hockey and playing behind guys who won’t be in Montreal when the regular season rolls around.

“It’s exhibition,” Price said. “This is the time to work things out.

Jacques Martin was supportive of his goaltender, pointing out that Price had been beaten by “three power-play goals, a penalty shot and two giveaways.”.

“Even when the game was out of hand, he made good saves and competed,” Martin said. The team in front of Price, the coach added, “didn’t help him much.”

Not a whole lot of teeth-gnashing, then, after a miserable game at Scotiabank Place.

Breakaways, penalty shots, a ton of PPs, fights – the game had it all … largely as a consequence of the number of non-NHLers in both lineups.

What it didn’t offer is reassurance that Price is on his game.

10 goals against on 39 shots in 100 minutes.

At least Price was spared sarcastic applause from the numerous Canadiens fans at Scotiabank Place, where an upcoming show features Cesar Millan.

Does he whisper to goaltenders?

“It would have been nice to make some of those saves,” Price said, “but I’m not going to lose any sleep tonight.”

We’ll follow the goaltender’s advice and CHILL, repeating the mantra:

It’s only the pre-season.

•  •  •

Best player in a white jersey: Tomas Plekanec.

Scored again and skated all night.

Pleks is making that contract look awfully good.

Honourable mention: Ben Maxwell

Invisible to the naked eye: Maxim Lapierre

And speaking of eyes, Hal Gill got nicked by Foligno’s stick in the second period and did not return. But Jacques Martin says it’s not serious.



• PREGAME AUDIO: Michael Cammalleri | Jaroslav Spacek | Benoit Pouliot

The Canadiens play Ottawa again tonight in the Senator’s Kanata barn.

Carey Price makes his second start of the pre-season, with Team A.

It’s the second of four consecutive exhibition games, which continues with Minnesota – Gui! Gui! Gui! – visiting the Bell Centre tomorrow and Florida in on Monday night.

Team B sent the fans home happy last night.

Alex Auld and Robert Mayer were solid in nets, and coach Jacques Martin singled out several young players for praise: Lars Eller, David Desharnais, Max Pacioretty, Brendan Nash, Andreas Engqvist and Ryan White.

Martin’s other kids are in action tonight.

And Benoit Pouliot is on RW, with Tomas Plekanec and Mike Cammalleri. The other lines: Tom Pyatt-Ben Maxwell-Maxim Lapierre; Travis Moen-Jeff Halpern-Aaron Palushaj; Andrew Conboy-Olivier Fortier-Louis Leblanc.

D pairings: Hal Gill-Yannick Weber; Jarred Tinordi-Jaroslav Spacek; Josh Gorges-Kyle Klubertanz

Carey Price’s back-up tonight is Peter Delmas





  1. Storm Man says:

    Bill you have it all wrong. He is not on a high horse he is just high on the smell of his own farts.

  2. Everlasting1 says:

    The ones who boo care more.


    “We don’t see things as they are, but as we are.” – Anais Nin

    Don’t pollute the water.

  3. Bill J says:

    Oh Likely a better feed then the RIS feed.

    Thanks 🙂

  4. showey47 says:

    Game is on tonight on channel 434 on bell expressvu. I believe its a free preview for a couple of weeks. 

  5. Bill H says:
    hockey knowledge of Montreal fans -sophistication supposedly evolved
    through 100 years of Canadiens glory -is not so much a myth as a
    – Mike Boone

    Great line, Mr. Boone, with the ring of truth.  However, it could be argued that its not so much knowledge that is lacking in the Montreal fan, but rather common sense, manners, consideration, maturity and the understanding to realize that players naturally have their ups and downs.

    I also really appreciated the analysis of J.T. and Robert L in their blogs.  Very well written and considered.
    I wonder how long before they start booing Subban.  And if he has the strength to play through it.
  6. Bill J says:

    Get off your high horse.

    If people can try and “claim” Booing is OK.

    Others are equally entitled to complain about the Booing.

    So get used to it!  We are a passionate bunch the ones who care about the team!

  7. habaddict_andy says:

    My comments might have been not so popular before. But that’s exactly what I have been trying to say. Let’s move on and hope for the best. Look at the cup half full not half empty.

    Scott Gomez to Montreal Media “You’re a pain in the neck, but you’re our pain in the neck.”

  8. G-Man says:

    Still this page natters on about booing Price. Enough already! Habs fans have been hyper-critical for 50 years, so it is not new. Saying that booing “your” team is classless, too, well how about watching loss after loss with the same guy between the pipes and wondering why the f!ck management can’t see it?

    I know- how about we never boo or cheer and just sit there, like we’re watching something we don’t give a damn about? Like in Edmonton, Ottawa, or Hogtown?

    Habs fans in the seats have a lot of passion for the game and it cuts both ways- so stop bitching about it.

  9. larisalapointe says:

    I hope so too. It would be a shame to take that kid’s smile away.

  10. Bill J says:

    Per RDS – it will be on RIS again tonight (like last night)

    Channel 124 for Bell Customers who get RDS.


    Go Habs Go!

  11. Chorske says:

    Lats is getting a ton of mileage out of his “woe is me” schtick. He compares himself to Price, but I don’t think he ever felt even 10% of the pressure Price faces every day.

    If I’m Price, I’d be like, Gui, dude, not helping.

  12. Storm Man says:

    Clay and Tony maybe the both of you need to be paid better in your life so you can take the heat on here after you post the crap you do. Go watch tennis as you don’t understand what team sports are.

  13. Everlasting1 says:

    Is it not enough selling out every game? Do you expect everyone’s compliance and obedience as well?

    Are you implying every game/season is a crap-shoot? Real fans have a higher expectation and remember the last 17 yrs.



    “We don’t see things as they are, but as we are.” – Anais Nin

    Don’t pollute the water.

  14. coachdoug says:

    Me too…Saw a report somewhere where they said he was in the doghouse…

    “Six more years…God Bless You Turtleneck Man!”

  15. coachdoug says:

    Is this game being televised?

    “Six more years…God Bless You Turtleneck Man!”

  16. likehoy says:

    no one’s going to pick up redden…are they planning to bury him in the AHL?

    – I support Carey Price as the Number 1 Goalie!

  17. Somethingwithhabsinit says:

    How did that not occur to me? Thanks.

  18. DavidKB says:

    They’re probably too far into dream land with P.K. to notice his gaffs. I hope they never boo him.

  19. Chorske says:

    J.T., you hit it out of the park pretty much every time.

    Required reading.

  20. likehoy says: has a 40 second package.

    – I support Carey Price as the Number 1 Goalie!

  21. Clay4bc says:

    Agree with AK…I also think Pouliot and Price for all of last season. Other than that…the playoff run silenced all criticism. Everyone else on the team gave it their all. I hope those 3 I mentioned give it their all this year…if they do, we can be a force. If not, fighting for the playoffs again.


    If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.

    — George Orwell —

  22. mchab33 says:

    How did Auld play? Hi-Lights on TSN were limited.

  23. joeybarrie says:

    Hopefully you are right, and even though I disagree with the booing the post is well put. I just wish that ONCE we would support our guys right away and help them out, instead of making it more difficult. But so be it.

    There may be other teams, but only ONE Club De Hockey…

  24. fbkj says:

    … sign elswhere and win a cup

  25. aemarchand11 says:

    Excellent points from a fellow haligonian.

    Go Habs Go! 2010-2011

  26. HFX-HabFan says:

    Out of curiousity, who do you think isn’t consistently giving their best effort?  The only guy on the team that I can think of recently is AK46.

  27. nightmare_49 says:

       via James Mirtle twitter:

       Rangers not waiting on this. Today first day he could be waived. RT @AGrossRecord: #NYRangers to place D Wade Redden on.

       RT @NYDNRangers: Sather also said Redden didn’t seem surprised — “He’d seen the writing on the wall.”

    ……………… more: from Jesse Spector – NY Daily News …

  28. Somethingwithhabsinit says:

    Doess anyone know where to find highlights from last night’s game? I was able to watch the third period (bless you, War Hero), but I’d love to see the PK and AK goals.

  29. Clay4bc says:

    ” Booing because the team doesn’t do what you expected on the night you paid your money is ridiculous”

    …unless, of course, all that you expect is their best effort. Not too much to ask for. If they don’t give it, boo away.


    If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.

    — George Orwell —

  30. HardHabits says:

    Some people crumble under it and others embrace it. True champions are capable of embracing it, and not just that but then using that energy to push them to even higher levels. If you can’t stand the heat…..


  31. joeybarrie says:

    This is an excellent point. In other cities they have hockey players and some of them know where they live. Here in Montreal people say, I don’t think you understand. Patrick Roy used to live on my street. My sister and him were best friends… Hy hair stylist cut the hair of a guy who dates a girl who live on the same street as Markov. Josh Gorges drives a car that was sold to him by a guy who knows my MOM… I’m going to be his best man.


    There may be other teams, but only ONE Club De Hockey…

  32. RGM says:

    “it is better to lower expectations and exceed them than it is to raise them and not meet them”

    Worked wonders for Jean Chretien; what buried Paul Martin, for $200 Alex.

    Go Habs Go!

  33. larisalapointe says:

    How long do you think it’ll be before they boo him too?

  34. joeybarrie says:

    You know Geoff, you would think we would concentrate on the positives of this cities fanbase. When we are winning there isn’t a football or soccer stadium with 65,000 fans that can be as loud or as entertaining as our 23,000 home at the Bell. Instead we concentrate on useless issues we can’t do anything about. Thus ruining our reputation as the Home of Hockey, and give us the awesome reputation as the home of high expectations that can never be met.

    There may be other teams, but only ONE Club De Hockey…

  35. nightmare_49 says:

    s – I wonder who influenced his drafting by Ottawa in 2001.

  36. HFX-HabFan says:

    This is why you’re taking over as our team president.

  37. Clay4bc says:

    Kirk (or Girk, as the old CBC french crew used to call him) would be great to have as a coach here…but i fear the language issue runs too deep for him to be seriously considered. I hope i’m wrong, though…


    If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.

    — George Orwell —

  38. HFX-HabFan says:

    Seriously people.  You can all boo if you want; that’s your prerogative if you pay for a ticket.  But what is actually the point?  Do you think if Price hears the boos, he’ll try harder?  Do you think he’ll say, “oh no, the self-entitled jerks are whining again, I better dig down that much more.”

    The guy is already trying his hardest, whether or not you think so.  Expecting him to be Vezina/Durnan/Plante/Dryden/Roy incarnate every time he takes the ice isn’t setting him up for failure, it’s setting YOU up for continual bitterness and dejection.

  39. HardHabits says:

    There’s a simple lesson in life I’ve learned and I am going to impart my wisdom for my colleagues here at HIO and that is, that it is better to lower expectations and exceed them than it is to raise them and not meet them, at least perceptually.

    This is the underlying issue with the Halak/Price scenario.

    Halak did the former whereas Price is doing the latter.

    That being said, let me offer this as a caveat:

    “The greater danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but
    that it is too low and we reach it.” – Michelangelo

  40. DavidKB says:

    Pat Hickey reports how the fans are still chanting P.K. even while he’s coughing up the puck. That’s gotta stick in Carey’s craw!

  41. Captain aHab says:

    What was it I heard about a Martin McGuire report on him?

  42. joeybarrie says:

    Montreal Rookies… So cute, don’t you know how it works here…. We sign him to a three year entry level contract, place him on the first line and then scream at him when he doesn’t get a hat trick in his first game. We burn down his house, and kidnap his family. Then we assume this motivates him to play well, give him the key to the city, and act SHOCKED when he signs with Carolina for 5 million a season as soon as he becomes a UFA…

    There may be other teams, but only ONE Club De Hockey…

  43. Geoff Molson says:

    The first thing fans have to figure out when they buy a ticket is that in sports anything can happen.  If they think their particular hundred bucks is going to ensure the team wins, they’re idiots.  If they buy that ticket they have to understand the team could lose or a player could suck.  It’s like buying a lottery ticket.  Sometimes you win sometimes you lose but you have to know going in that anything can happen.  Booing because the team doesn’t do what you expected on the night you paid your money is ridiculous.  If you want perfection save your money and stay home.  Everyone is better off then.  The players don’t listen to you being an idiot and you don’t feel so ripped off after parting with your hard earned money to see a loss or bad performance.  People don’t boo the lotto girl when the machine doesn’t turn up their numbers.  Same thing buying a hockey ticket.

  44. showey47 says:

    Hoping to see Avtsin.

  45. joeybarrie says:


    2 days after the first PRE-season game we are still hashing out the goalie’s performance. Dumbest of all I see again and again that the HALAK trade was a mistake.

    Price lets in 4 goals, and Halak let’s in 3. The media is saying they weren’t his fault, yet somehow in the FIRST pre-season game we are still holding Price up to a different standard as Halak, and then cheering when Halak meets our mediocre standard and bashing Price for not meeting the inflated standard. It’s not just the fans, the media as well.

    We are hurting our own team, and then thinking we are the best fans in the world while we do it. Latendresse knows a thing or two about it. We ran him out of town, and then he showed us how stupid we were. The kid kept scoring more goals despite playing less games, and still we hounded him. BECAUSE HE WEARS THE CH…

    OH NO, whats that you say???? We don;t hound our players??? Why don’t you think back.

    Cammalleri goes on a 10 game scoreless streak, and we are calling for his head. He was a stupid pickup and we are paying him too much. Which brings us to Scott Gomez. Despite being one of our more consistent players and filling a huge hole we have had, we still think he is useless compared to his cap hit. Get over the hit, that is no longer something we can change. MOVE ON… Gionta is too small, and we are a bunch of smurfs, despite his 40 goal pace season. Gill was a “PILON” out there, until his injuries started to go away, and he showed us his value.

    We know in this city if you aren’t THE BEST YOU CAN PLAY EVERY NIGHT, we are on you to push you further into the ground. AWESOME. I am absolutely SHOCKED we find it hard to bring and keep players in this city.

    At some point I hope some of the people in this city look themselves in the mirror and realize the effect they are having on this team.

    Best of all, CANT HAVE A COACH WHO DOESNT SPEAK FRENCH… Even the English National Soccer Team got over that issue. Why don’t we simply close the door on a large part of the pool of candidates.


    What’s that you say? We don’t act like a bunch of idiots???  WE RIOT IN THE STREETS WHEN WE PASS THE FIRST ROUND OF THE PLAYOFFS. The last time we won the Cup we destroyed 8 city blocks.

    I mean are we TRYING to sabbotage our own team?

    There may be other teams, but only ONE Club De Hockey…

  46. spos080808 says:

    Rational discussion…

    Keep denying denying denying everything you wrote last regular season and playoffs…

    Deny Deny Deny…Mr. President is that you?…

    You are not fooling anyone…Maybe you should have changed your avatar, that way I would not have recognized you…

    But really keep responding. No really. You are giving me a good laugh as I wait to head out for lunch. This is very exciting. Better than TV. That is for damn sure…

    Watching you get so defensive and watching you deny deny deny it all. Hysterical. Friends, Seinfeld etc have nothing on you…

    Whats my name? Say it…Saaaaaaay it!

  47. showey47 says:

    Wow,still talking about booing price. You would think the main story from wednesday night would have been how well leblanc played in his first game in a hab uniform. Considering the fans in montreal have been looking for the next local superstar for decades.

  48. Danno says:

    Who else is on team A for tonight’s game?


    “Hey Richard, two minutes for looking so good!”

  49. nightmare_49 says:


       Darran Dreger tweets:

       Watching Kirk Muller run drills and interact with players this week makes me think he’s ready to be an NHL head coach.

       (Something to ponder – Would Rejean Tremblay and Les Boys allow a unilingual (square head) coach in Montreal when Brylcreem moves on).

  50. Captain aHab says:

    You really think him playing a good game will silence the throngs of complainers? To them “a good game” will mean stopping every puck for the next 2 months.

    Take a breath…

    One goal was on him. One other was seeing-eye through several screens. And two were on horrid d-plays. Why have the media not all been on Spacek? He made more bone-headed plays in that game than Price.

  51. Clay4bc says:

    I’m curious why you seem to be incapable of rational discussion…daddy issues?


    If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.

    — George Orwell —

  52. spos080808 says:

    Angry, no not at all…

    I am laughing my ass off. You are a complete joke…

    The funniest thing is how I know exactly everything you wrote last season, regular season and playoffs…Bashing the team with Timo left and right…Yet you deny it…

    You are an absolute fraud buddy…

    You have been my bitch all morning…

    Pretty pathetic you keep posting though. Maybe that is your kind of thing, I dunno…

    And you won? HAHAHAHAHAHHAHA…

    You are not fooling anyone…

    Keep backtracking though buddy. Timo what.

  53. WindsorHab-10 says:

    Well said.

  54. Clay4bc says:

    Well, I’ve succeeded in my goal, I guess.

    You’re angry, and i think your posts are great – as far as being good for a laugh. Cheers. I think you may need to revise the score, because I seem to have won.


    If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.

    — George Orwell —

  55. fbkj says:


    i fall into neither of those categories

  56. puck face says:

    i don’t boo , not my style but i undrstand why some do. booing is harsh and insensitive , like it or not its also a form of comunication. booing a player for being consistenly bad or because you feel a certain player has a lot more to give but is not playing to his capabilities let’s him know that you as a fan (who pays his salary) are not happy , plain and simple. it also let’s the owners and coches know indirectly that you are not happy with their part in a players poor performance , although i’ve never tried i’m pretty sure that the invidual fan has zero chance of a head to head with either coach or management to discuss what they don’t like about the team , so what alternatives are there? stop watching? never going to happen. that being said i think before a fan opens his mouth to boo he should make sure he’s not over reacting (first period of the first pre season game) and not boo out of hatred ,  accessorizing their beligerent drunk ensemble. 

  57. WindsorHab-10 says:

    A goalie is a different breed. His game is all about being in a zone & concentrating throughout which means he does not need any distractions. Positional players who get booed can shake it off when their shift ends sitting on the bench. A goalie cannot.

    Fans that are booing Carey Price are on a mission to screw with his head and I have no use for them. They give all of us a very bad image/reputation because that’s what other teams fans talk about.

  58. saskhabfan says:

    You blamed lack of goal production from crosby and malkin for a goalies (fleurys) failure. Get the point yet? It was taken from your own post. Its my new sig. Hope you enjoy it.




    “bad analogy- when he first played those wins/losses ??? how many goals did crosby and malkin score that year?”-Observer. When asked why Marc Andre fleury had been sent to the minors when he struggled in his 3rd season.

  59. fbkj says:

    okay thank you for finally adressing where youve been clearly shown you were wrong

    one out of 100 is baby steps i spose

    however when this point was brought up you were talking about how price was only showing signs of decline whearas fleury didnt go through the same rough bumps

    instead of rewording and retooling your argument, you could just concede you were wrong

  60. spos080808 says:

    Hey idiot, you have been posting everywhere how the fans have a right to boo…Then you keep asking the question when is it right to boo etc…

    I said how about they just do not boo…

    You do know how to read right?…

    Your first line was about it being dumb to boo in that game…I answered the question you later proposed…

    What an epic fail..In trying to make me look foolish, you ended up making yourself look look a moron plain and simple. Pretty funny!


  61. WindsorHab-10 says:

    Great opportunity for Carey Price to silence his critics. Doesn’t matter if Habs win or lose tonight, Price needs to play a very good game. I understand that fans have the right to cheer/jeer as they please but our fans are divided into 2 catagories, those that love Price and others that hate him no matter how he performs and will always find fault in his game.

    I’m pulling for you kid.

  62. observer says:

    yes it was a bad analogy i was responding to- completely- the situations are not even similar. price played well his first year and half and something happened to him physically or mentally around jan of 2009 and his play has completrely gone south. fleury was inconsistant from day one even in those 2 years they made the finals – he can be great or terrible. he was even pulled last year here against the habs in regf season and in playoffs had a couple of terrible games.

  63. Clay4bc says:

    Read my first line, genius…


    If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.

    — George Orwell —

  64. saskhabfan says:

    “bad analogy- when he first played those wins/losses ??? how many goals did crosby and malkin score that year?”-Observer. When asked why Marc Andre fleury had been sent to the minors when he struggled in his 3rd season.

  65. Omit says:

    People who are booing Price are basically poor souls who live vicariously through others.  Since they have no life, they attach themselves to an idol, a sports team or something else.  When that person or entity fails to deliver to their expectations, they turn on them with bloodlust. 

    The only advice I can give them is to get a life of their own.  But they probably tried that already and, having  failed miserably, they decided to go the other route. As an individual, he becomes an obnoxious boor.  In a collectivity, he becomes part of a lunatic fringe.

  66. gumper says:

    J.T. makes some good points, but I don’t like where we end up if we follow the argument to its logical conclusion. If the reason trading Halak was a mistake is because “a few hundred” ignorant fans in the rafters of the Bell will now make Price’s life so miserable he’ll leave town precipitously, it means management, in future, will have to consult those few hundred ingnoramuses before making any player moves, so as to avoid putting undue pressure on any member of the team, present or future. I suppose that no one in his/her right mind would embrace that idea with much enthusiasm, since the mentality of those “fans” seems to be to find a scapegoat and do whatever is needed to destroy his hockey career. Pretty sad. 

  67. spos080808 says:

    How about not booing and standing behind your team through thick and thin? Ever think about that as the answer to your question.

  68. ed lopaz says:

    Since there are fans who will boo the American national anthem, why is anyone surprised that they will boo during the first exhibition game.?

    I was at a game, years ago, when Larry Robinson was booed relentlessly all night.

    SO WHAT!!!

    Guy Lafleur has been booed as well.

    You guys who are “worried” or “upset” or “shocked” should just grow a pair, and wake up to reality.

    If you put 21,273 people in an arena, sell them as many beers as they want, there will always be a few hundred that act out.

    Oh ya, one other thing.

    When your goalie who played 18/19 playoff games leads you  to your first East Conf championship series in 

    17 years, posting a .960 save % in 5 elimination games against Ovechkin and Crosby,

    and you decide to trade him, 

    there are probably going to be a few unhappy fans hanging around at the beginning of the season.

    The fans were booing the “decision” to trade Halak as much or than they were booing Price.

    ALL PRICE HAS TO DO IS WIN, and all will be forgiven.

    That’s why athletes play professional sports – to get paid to win – and that’s why fans PAY BIG DOLLARS to watch sports – to see their team WIN.

    When Price leads this team to a winning record, the booing will be long forgotten.

  69. LizardKing1967 says:

    Thanks to the media (and I mean ALL the media), We cannot have normal conversations about ANY of our players, especially the goalie. Did Price ask to be drafted by the Habs? Didi Price ask to be brought to the NHL at 19? Did Price ask BG to trade Huet? Did Price ask PG to trade Halak? He didn’t ask for any of this! He is ONLY 23. He is only the third goaltender in HISTORY to get 60 wins before the age of 23. His save percentage for his first three years is EQUAL to Patrick Roy’s and Martin Brodeur’s for their first three years in the NHL. His save percentage for his first three years is actually BETTER than Roy’s was in his first three years. I am NOT comparing him to them at all, but this has become rediculous! Leave the friggin’ guy alone already. Yes, I agree, he needs to start winning if he wants to be our no. 1 goalie, but HE DID NOT ASK FOR ANY OF THIS. I would not be surprised if he requested a trade before Xmas, the way the fans treat him.

    Plus, Halak lost to Philly too!.He played as poorly against them as Price did two years ago. GIVE IT A DAMN REST!!!!



    Jim-out. I BELIEVE!

  70. observer says:

    exactly. and where was that media or habs team outrage when they booed kovalev? just because gainey is obsessed with this one the fans NOW are attacked after the poor play by price since january 2009?

  71. Clay4bc says:

    OK, so I agree it was stupid to boo Price in his first pre-season game, even though he did royally defecate in the boudoir. But my question is this – when is it ok to voice displeasure with his apathetic and lack-luster goal-tending? 5 games into the season? 10? 20? Face it – he has not been good for a long time, with just a few rare exceptions. Didn’t he play “great” in just 3 games last season?

    Trevor Kidd Revisited. Jim Carey Rehashed. Will Carey Price have his name as well go down as being synonomous with “flash in the pan”, or “showed great promise, but couldn’t handle the NHL game”? Let’s hope not, but with every crappy start, this looks more and more likely. Enough with the excuses…it’s time for Price to poop or get off the pot – and I don’t mean this single pre-season game; I mean this season. He has to earn his money now, because he sure didn’t earn the contract he got.


    If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.

    — George Orwell —

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