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- Comment on Liveblog: Winning streak stops at 2 (2012-01-10 21:18:59)
Seems like Habs players like Halak more than Price #sarcasm. Both teams working hard to win it for Halak. Cammalleri is lucky we have Gomez on this team....oh my do we have a boatload of useless players.
- Comment on Liveblog: Winning streak stops at 2 (2012-01-10 21:02:00)
What the hell was Cammalleri doing on that back check. Awful. Man, I never thought I would say this but 13 is useless.
- Comment on Liveblog: Happy 2012! (2011-12-31 16:45:17)
Happy New Year Everyone. I am at the Bulldogs game vs Lake Erie. Score is 1-0 for the Bulldogs on a goal by Lefebvre. Game is not the most exciting. The atmosphere is probably the worst I have seen it at a bulldogs game. Anyways, not much here that can help the Habs in the near future. Fortier is a good skater w/ some hustle but he is another year (minimum) away. Nothing on defense except for St-Denis and that isn't great. Palushaj is just skating around. All the best players are in Montreal. Enjoy your New Years Eve. Cheers from Hamilton
- Comment on About last night … (2011-12-16 10:29:27)
What to say about our Habs? There are too many things going on right now with injuries, players not performing, and so on. Which to me explains the reason why they are a .500 team (by point only ... but that is another topic altogether). But there is something about last night that I am having a hard time with (ok, not only last night but mostly last night). The coach lost us the game, plain and simple. For the most part, we have a hard-working team. His decisions were very questionable (unless PG tells him to play such and such). Cammallari at this point and time does not belong on the power play, especially on a 5 on 3. Darche having more 5 on 5 playing time then the likes of Pacioretty, Cole, Plekanec, Kostitsyn and so on is mind-bogging. Leblanc playing 4:21 and Emelin playing 12:37 is not how we develop young players ... and oh yeah our coach’s excuse was “our young players made too many mistakes” or something to that effect. Don’t you have to play them first before blaming our young players? This team is mostly comprised of veterans, they get all the key moment ice time. His bench management is becoming more and more questionable. His line compositions are left to be desired. The way he handles our young core is appalling. The NHL is changing; young players are now an important part of any team. When he mentions that he preaches puck possession we should ask for which team because it’s clearly not ours. And yes this was all last night. I was not in favour of firing the coach as there are no better alternatives out there (that can speak or is French.... unfortunately it seems to be a criteria to this team). But at this point I think it’s time. This coach is lacking something, much like Pat Quinn with Toronto and Edmonton, the game has passed him by. Time to say good-bye Jacques. Have a great day!
- Comment on Liveblog: Max-Pac wins it in OT (2011-11-12 20:53:55)
Palushaj has been playing well tonight. He has good speed and if used to his strengths he could be a player. Would love to see him play regularly with Eller and Cammi for a few games.
- Comment on Liveblog: Max-Pac wins it in OT (2011-11-12 20:40:30)
Can anyone please explain me why DD plays so much more than Eller? I just don't get the fascination with DD.