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It’s a series.
• Pat Hickey’s game story
• Quotes from he room
• Stubbs: Chara’s return a mixed bag
• Red Fisher wasn’t surprised
• Gill still remembered in Boston
• Michael Farber: B’s find regular-season selves
• Bruce Arthur’s game column
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the trouble with the Habs in game three is alot simpler than people are making it. They goofed around at the pre-game skate, they played to not lose and finally they didn’t skate like a team that needed the win. Now they know losing game four puts them back against the wall so what other choice do they have but to play thier red,white and blue hearts out. Boston will be dumbstruck by thier speed. I would bet my nuts on it…
nobody knows the pain of being a Habs fan in a world of Habs fans…
Tough game, poor effort. There’s no doubt that the team let themselves down – as well as the fans. But I do have to shake my head at how quickly some fans turn so fast on their beloved Habs. It was one game – no need to start hating or criticizing with indifference.
Can’t wait to see how the tables turn once more after the Canadiens solidify a second round berth with a win on Thursday night. I guess the bandwagon will be full of lovers once again.
For my non-bashing thoughts on the loss in Game 3, feel free to visit and read here: http://wp.me/p1n6pU-2e
Go Habs Go!
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