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Pat Hickey’s game story

Quotes from the room

Quick hits and  About last night …

• Arpon Basu on P.K.

Pierre Ladouceur’s game analysis

Larry Brooks’ game story from the NY Post

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  2. Hagar says:

    What’s happening Storm Man? So did you remember to bet in favour of the Packers? For a $500 fee I’ll tell you the score of the Superbowl.

  3. naweed235 says:

    hey does anybody have a link to that end of the period incident last night when there was a scrum and Gill was taking care of two Rangers at once? I found that hillarious and I just wanna show it to my GF.

    thanks

  4. OneTimer says:

    Habs red jersey = most beautiful jersey in sports

    Habs white jersey I don’t care that much for. Anyone feel the same way?

  5. Mike D says:

    I agree with you, Ian.  Weber will be much better come playoff time with the experience he’s getting now.

    My suggestion was not to say that Weber would be better playing with Hammer, but that Hammer might be better at covering Weber’s miscues than Spacek is (being that Spacek makes more errors than Hammer does).  In that scenario, everyone still plays their natural side (I think), or at least every left handed D is paired with a righty, and the youngsters are still with the vets.  Wiz being the exception of course since he’s neither a rookie or a vet.

    On the Rags first goal last night I couldn’t help but think that if we had any other pairing out there besides Webs and Spatch, Boyle wouldn’t have been able to muscle the puck past Carey cuz any one of our other D-men would have gotten him out of the way. 

    – Honestly yours

  6. HabsPEI31 says:

    Is it just me, or was Hammer on the wrong side on the PP during one the Habs’ last PP’s of the night? He’d receive the pass, then have to adjust. No way he could let a one-timer go with such an adjustment.

     

    “Only a goalie can appreciate what a goalie goes through.” – Jacques Plante

  7. Storm Man says:

    As for the best jersey in hockey…….. Montreal Canadiens and it is not even close.

    “I have never failed at anything in my life so far… TripleX 12/23/2010 16:34pm”

  8. JohnBellyful says:

    You’re making me blush.

  9. Storm Man says:

    Habs fans= Hockey experts ;).

    “I have never failed at anything in my life so far… TripleX 12/23/2010 16:34pm”

  10. ShangaDoo says:

    http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=549577. Hehe, looks like a mix between Magneto and Iron Man. I Like

    Love this little bit: “Just as in the NHL, all the teams are excellent in their own unique way, but all of them are made a little more valuable by the presence of the Montreal Canadien”. 

    I need tix for the Captain’s Return…anybody willing to help a girl out?

     

    “They say you can’t buy experience,and it’s really true.” -Carey Price

  11. Habscat says:

    Just looking at some stats on the leaderboard on TSN. We do not have any player in the Top 30 (front page) in Goals, Assists, Points, +/-, PPG, SHG. WE have a few tied with the bottom guy in the Top 30 but nobody on any of the front pages. Obviously, Naslund and Richer’s 100pt/50g plateau slumps go yet another year, but this is crazy.

     

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  12. LA Loyalist says:

    The trolls sometimes post in white text, just to mess with you.

    As for Calgary, Big Rock and smoked meat are a combo created by G*d, so we can’t be too hard on Flames. Plus Calgary Hitmen have best jersey in hockey – what do you guys think?

     

    “To failing hands we’ve passed the torch.”

  13. punkster says:

    Trolls? We have very few of those. But we do have a whole bunch of experts, don’t we?

    ***Subbang!!!***

  14. Ian Cobb says:

    Mike, I think Weber would have just as many problems with Hammer as Spacek. Martin and Muller have chosen to put the two rookies with the two vets, Gill & PK, and all of them now play their natural side. Weber lacks the experience, to play with a lot of confidence just yet. But after a few more months of playing at this level and speed, he should be fine for the play offs.

  15. Storm Man says:

    Im happy for the win last night as the trolls did not come on here:). As for the D pairings Lord Martin knows what he is doing. Im going to sit back and watch the football games today and take bets on Mondays Game from all my Calgary friends ;). 

     

    “I have never failed at anything in my life so far… TripleX 12/23/2010 16:34pm”

  16. Mike D says:

    Anyone else concerned with the Weber/Spacek D pairing?  I watched them very nervously last night, and in reading Boone’s game blog after the game, I saw that I wasn’t the only one.  I like the idea of pairing a left D with a right D, but these two seem like a bad combo in terms of defensive reliability.  Given JM’s love of defense, you’d think he would keep these two apart.  Hopefully he makes the adjustment going forward.  Given our current D roster, I’d much rather see these pairings:

    Gill-Subban – Seems to work and who better than Hal to teach P.K. how to be strong defensively.

    Hamrlik-Weber – Hammer’s also pretty responsible on D (minus the odd gaffe) and can cover for the rookie mistakes Weber might make.

    Spacek-Wiz – Wiz is more reliable on our end than Weber and these two can kind of cover for each other.  Thankfully Wiz has shown to be better in his own end than he was billed to be (although that pass throuh our crease from behind our net last night made me cringe).  Kinda feel like it’s a waste for Wiz to be with Spatcho, but I think it makes our pairings more balanced.

    What do you guys think?

     

    – Honestly yours


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• Halak locked in the zone: Stubbs

• Soccer skills come in handy: Hickey

Subban living up to hype

• Habs get under Pens’ skin: Sean Gordon

• Canadiens using strategy that worked against Washingon: Arpon Basu

• Habs resolve no longer a surprise: Scott Burnside

• Chris Boyle on Jaro Halak

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  1. habzfan2003 says:

    Haha that is awesome. Go Kirk!

  2. steadyjake says:

    Nothing Cooke does is clean. Nothing. Hell, even Don Cherry blasted him. Our best goes down, your best goes down. Period.

  3. Dee says:

    The league does protect the players, PENS PLAYERS!!!

     

    Habs Fan 4 Ever & Ever Amen.

  4. habs03 says:

    Maybe the word isn’t hate but they both such skill yet they put no effort. I look at a guy like Pouliot, he hasn’t been that good these playoffs yet you see he is trying.

  5. Clay4bc says:

    Not really seeing why you would “hate” these players…what did the K bros ever do to you? They seem like nice boys. Just no fire to win, but that’s not reason for hate. Disdain, maybe…

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  6. HabFab says:

    Bugsy old chap, could you possibly introduce me to Smurfette?

    It would be much appreciated,

    Respectfully, your humble servant

    Fabby

  7. habfan1969 says:

    That’s a lot more than we can say about the Globe and Mail– sure,
    they’re based in Toronto but are supposed to be a national paper.
    Yesterday evening, the Habs game was nowhere on their web front page; I
    found it buried deep down in the sports page (even today, only the
    Detroit game bears a mention on the website’s front page– the Habs game
    has “Pittsburgh:” as a header, as if readers might be curious about the
    Pittsburgh situation …)

    I guess it doesn’t matter though, since
    heritage minister James Moore said Vancouver is Canada’s team … : )

  8. Sambaguio says:

    As the saying goes, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!”

    ——————————————
    Halak is beaming right now, “Look, Gainey, I’m the REAL number 1. Your so-called ‘thoroughbred’ is sitting on the bench.”

  9. krob1000 says:

    Both OB and Bergeron were more responsible than AK was on that one…everyone left their man off the draw…Bergeron played too tight to the boards with only OB as support, we lost the puck battle,got beat to the middle  and OB should have adjustted seeing MAb that far over and Cooke skated past him…….Ak could have i guess skated back but from his vantage point everything should have been fine……he couldn’t set a pick but he should have gotten in the lane early but blaming Ak for that goal is like blaming Halak….he could have had it too….it was a horrible team breakdown and there is a reason the entire line paid for it….they all broke down and if any one of them had stepped up it wouldn;t have played out that way but nobody made a good play and everyone was cuaght off guard…tough time to have it happen but it was a case of everyone expecting someone else to do something….nobody did anything though

  10. Say Ash says:

    they’d say jaro should have jumped out of the way of crosby’s “passion”

  11. Say Ash says:

    Lately, they don’t punish the act. Instead, it seems they try to equate the damage.


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