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Favorite current player: Price
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  • Comment on Dinner with Max: An enlightening look at Habs sniper Pacioretty, on the ice and off (2015-03-27 14:33:22)
    I'm pretty sure those were the Jets fans chanting "we want Carey".
  • Comment on About last night … (2015-03-27 10:03:51)
    I don't think the Habs were intimidated at all last night, on the contrary, I thought Beaulieu and Gallagher stood their ground all night.
  • Comment on About last night … (2015-03-27 09:50:20)
    That's how I saw it last night as well.
  • Comment on About last night … (2015-03-27 09:29:19)
    My thoughts on the PP: We miss a player like Cammalleri and Kovalev. Once Kovalev left, Cammalleri stepped in and continued to help keep the PP effective. Since Cammy's departure, Subban has become the focal point of the PP and it's been ineffective. As a result (of Subban being the focal point of the PP), other teams simply get aggressive and limit Subban and Markov's time and space up high. Naturally, this leaves some space down low, which is where Kovalev and Cammy used to position themselves (Kovalev more along the wall and Cammy in the high slot). Unfortunately, Pacioretty and Galchenyuk are unable to be as efficient as the latter two players. At the end of the day, all we're simply seeing are passes up top to Subban where he blasts away with a low percentage shot on net (either that or it's blocked). We rarely, if ever, see the Markov back door play and the cross ice one timer a la Cammalleri, is clearly a thing of the past. My point, the PP sets up at the perimeter and relies on low percentage slap shots from the point (which are hardly ever tipped). IMO, the focus needs to get back to possession down low and NOT Subban up top.
  • Comment on About last night … (2015-03-25 11:40:57)
    Talk about missing the point, wow. and: "The fact that you refer to “the prophet Mohammad” and not “the Lord” Jesus is indicative of the times and the brainwashing you have received." Please, elaborate on that one for me. "The Lord Jesus" did not go with the context of the point I was making, at all. Your poor grasp of the English language and your obvious inability to comprehend the written language leaves a lot to be desired.
  • Comment on About last night … (2015-03-25 11:39:50)
    Exactly.
  • Comment on About last night … (2015-03-25 11:06:40)
    I should've referred to recent history and also added RELATIVE to other major religions.
  • Comment on About last night … (2015-03-25 10:49:20)
    It was PKs failure to pass to a wide open Max Pacioretty that had me miffed. Regardless, over the long run, you accept this with PK.
  • Comment on About last night … (2015-03-25 10:46:54)
    As I said below, there is nobody stopping you from drawing a picture of the prophet Muhammad. However, as a result of your freedom to do so, prepare for criticism from the Muslim community as they deem this act as inappropriate and offensive (naturally some media outlets choose not to offend a segment of their customer base and CHOOSE not to depict the the Prophet Muhammad). Conversely, there is no moratorium on pictures of Christ in Christianity. Finally, had this been 20 years ago (prior to 9/11) the picture in question wouldn’t have raised half the criticisms it has. Sadly, the world has changed (not for the better) and I miss the innocence.
  • Comment on About last night … (2015-03-25 10:43:12)
    There is no double standard. There is nobody stopping you from drawing a picture of the prophet Muhammad. However, as a result of your freedom to do so, prepare for criticism from the Muslim community as they deem this act as inappropriate and offensive (naturally some media outlets choose not to offend their consumers and CHOOSE not to depict the the Prophet Muhammad). Conversely, there is no moratorium on pictures of Christ in Christianity.