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  1. A stat from TSN about this game: This was the first time in 46 years that the Habs lost to Boston (in regular season play) when they held the lead through 2 periods.
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  2. I think the lesson from last night can be just as easily read as positive. Not only can we play with the Bruins, we can outplay them (which we did for substantial stretches of that game). It often happens that a newly good team will outplay a seasoned Champion or a highly-talented club and still lose - it's part of the learning process. They have to develop the confidence to know that they can beat those guys, the merciless killer instinct that puts away chances when you get 'em, and the ruthless knowledge that ANY letdown against a top team can kill them. The game actually reminded me a bit
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  3. Rask played well, but we blew WAY too many chances. Lack of finish tonight really hurt, more so, because it was the friggin chowderheads. I still haven't got the image of plek's breakaway out of my mind.
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  4. Was I watching a different game? The Habs looked great for most of that game. Rask was amazing tonight. If the boys play like that every game I will be happy. A better executed game than many of their wins were.
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  5. We're kind of straying off topic here but I wanted to touch on this point. I completely agree with most of what you said which is why I only selected this segment to discuss but I'm not sure it's as clear cut as you are portraying it. In the past 2 years I completely agree that having Koivu on the squad would have been better than Gomez, if not only for the inspirational leadership he provides, especially to the Canadiens. With that being said, I have always been a firm believer that the acquisition of Gomez led to us signing a handful of other solid veterans and playoff performers, one o
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  6. Great start but sad finish for the Toronto Habs Viewroom experience. Next game ! ( + respect Trent McCleary, just be cause
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  7. Perfect road game by the bruins... Hang in and then win the third period.
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  8. Really excited to see how the Habs match up with the Bruins. I think this could be the most exciting game of the season thus far.
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  9. Okay, let me first state that I have never been a fan of Ryan O'Byrne. However, I never tire of explaining why he wasn't an asset to Montreal. Ryan O'Byrne is really tall. You know who else is really tall? Jamie Oleksiak. I bet you haven't heard of him. He's a defenceman for Dallas at 6'7". But you have heard of Ryan O'Byrne and that's because he played for Montreal, even though they are pretty much the same hockey player. But O'Byrne seems to be this name many Canadiens fans cry over losing? Why? Because he's tall. That's it. Was O'Byrne skilled? Not really. He made errors in hi
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