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They were due for a stinker.
• Pat Hickey’s game story
• Quotes from the room
• About last night …
• Pierre Ladouceur’s game analysis
• Hickey grades the team at the quarter-pole
• Hickey and Jean-François Chaumont grade the team for Eyes on the Prize (which should be Eyes on the Price)
couldn’t care if he gets voted on the allstar team that’s a joke anyway…everything you said about him is right on and I’m one of the fans that stuck with him. look at any of my comments, nothing but praise for him and he’s the best…excellent comment on your part, and all the bashers should eat crow.
At least the shots against have generally been down this year compared to last year.
I agree about offense, but its hard to say what moves to make considering our cap situation. A lot of cap space frees up after this season, so may just have to tought it out til the off-season.
I would like for this team to have a little more offensive flair as I have found the vast majority of our games this year to be quite boring to watch.
He’s been a great CFL ambassador South of the border for years, next Monday he’ll show the Grey Cup highlights at halftime too! Didn’t the Chargers look great yesterday!
Ya lets remember it was the all-star game that led to his horrible second half. That makes alot more sense than his ankle injury being the cause.
I agree 100% with your analysis. I apologise for the moron comment, it was meant to be directed towards g-man, who called me a moron, then edited out. However you are the one who argued it was all Halak, when we were saying the same thing you are now. So with Halak it was just him playing unbelievably good, but with Price it’s a combination of Price and great team D. Well I hate to break your heart, but it was a combination of Halak and great team D aswell, not just Halak like you argued all summer long.
You are an atheist, but a very funny atheist. I vote for #1…
Well lets see Halak started 43 games last year in 7 months, Price has started 20 in less than 2. Halak in your mind is a proven product based off of 43 games, the first 11 of which he was a below average goaltender. So basically he’s the man because of 32 games. Oh I forgot, he’s a god because he was 9-9 in 18 games in the playoffs, or less than 20 games. So I guess 20 games doesn’t make a season, but it does make a god.
“Carey is playing super well. However, i’m going
to give his defense a lot of credit for boxing out shooters. I’m also
going to give the forwards credit for scoring; very much of a team game.
carey has been providing the big saves at the right times to keep us in games.”
i bolded the text to high light that i think carey is playing very well. Before calling me a moron please read my posts properly. i not once mentioned halak’s name in my posts. i’m purely calling out the rest of the teams play; i don’t see how that is wrong at all.
anybody got a clip?
Don’t you have a Huet poster to go pray to, or did you change it to Halak?
20 games don’t make a season.
I still believe it is a TEAM thing, my point is morons like g-man and you, honestly don’t. You argued it was all Halak and how great Niemi was and now Price is playing at a higher level and it’s all the team. He just makes the saves he should. You’re out trolling, trying to start s**t and if you were honest, you’d admit it.
that’s a big negator for the allstar game…..we don’t need a repeat of last time! Let him relax……the real allstar game will be the outdoor game vs Calgary! Way more fun, and important!
Price is playing great right now. Let’s remember the 2009 All-Star Waste of time and let the kid rest. Besides, 20 games doesn’t make a season, so let’s just let him play for the Habs and forget the All-Star shinny game.
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