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POSTGAME AUDIO: Jacques Martin | Tomas Plekanec | P.K. Subban | Lars Eller
• Pat Hickey’s game story
• Quotes from the room
• Habs hope Wisniewski can help
• About last night
• Arpon Basu on Wisniewski
• Pierre Ladouceur’s game analysis
• Matt D’Agostini knocks Jonathan Toews out of action;
The problem is, up to this point in the season, the goaltending has had
to be excellent in order to even have a chance at winning. The offence
needs to pick up the slack on a regular basis.
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The fact that he made the team is an absoloute joke. He brings nothing to the team, other than taking stupid penalties every game. He is a cowardly player with a history of chicken shit plays like that hit last night. It was a blindside hit, it was a late hit, contact to the head is irrelevant. To think that Bournival and a handful of better players were cut to make room for this thug is ridiculous. He shouldn’t play again after his suspension ends, he’s going to cost Canada a game when they face a better opponent.
The NHL needs to take safety more seriously, like the IIHF does. Hits of this variety should be an automatic game, plus further discipline.
It may be blasphemy but I am ready to have JM bench PK and the team wins. I hope it happens enough that they folishly trade PK. Let the kid take his vigor and excitemet elsewhere.
I wont give up being a HABS fan. I have lived with the dreariness of our recent history and can continue doing so until some management team comes on board and revives HABS hockey. But I cannot stomach another young player being wrecked within this system or whatever it is called.
I have had it with dumb boring hockey and wins based ONLY on incredible nights by a goalie.
The NHL needs vigor and excitement and I think PK in another place will be OK.
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