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  1. 2 points
    31-19-7 record Forwards Defence/Goalie Jonathan Drouin - Phillip Danault - Brendan Gallagher Tomas Tatar - Max Domi - Andrew Shaw Artturi Lehkonen - Jesperi Kotkaniemi - Joel Armia Nicolas Deslauriers - Nate Thompson - Dale Weise Victor Mete - Shea Weber Mike Reilly - Jeff Petry Brett Kulak - Jordie Benn Carey Price (proj.) Scratches Christian Folin, Charles Hudon, Matthew Peca Injuries Paul Byron 43-11-4 record Forwards Defence/Goalie Ondrej Palat - Steven Stamkos - Tyler Johnson Yanni Gourde - Brayden Point - Nikita Kucherov Alex Killorn - Anthony Cirelli - J.T. Miller Adam Erne - Cedric Paquette - Mathieu Joseph Victor Hedman - Dan Girardi Ryan McDonagh - Anton Stralman Erik Cernak - Mikhail Sergachev Andrei Vasilevskiy (conf.) Scratches Ryan Callahan, Braydon Coburn, Danick Martel Injuries None Puck Drop National TV Regional TV Radio 7:00 PM EST City, SNE, TVAS, NHLN SUN TSN 690 | FM 98.5
  2. 2 points
    ... you been watching a lot of Desperate Houselwives lately, Neech?
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    Primeau will be 26 when Price's contract expires (Price will be 38). So Primeau should be entering his prime by then assuming he gets to the NHL and continues to develop well like he currently seems to be. Goaltenders are notoriously difficult to project, but if he has starter potential at the NHL level he could possibly take over as the starter some day. Spend 1 or 2 more years in the NCAA, another year or 2 in the AHL, and then he could spend some time as Price's backup until it's time to take over. It's good to have a succession (not sure of the spelling on that) plan for Price. Not saying that Primeau will ever be as good as Price, but might be able to be the team's starter one day.
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    Is that the guy who has a crib with a studio and it's all full of tracks, that he added to his wall full of plaques?
  5. 2 points
    Yes...for the Toledo Walleye
  6. 1 point
    You've still got 24 games to go. Lots of hockey left and I doubt they are all going to stay hot. Things change quickly and 8 days ago the Habs were the team winning
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    A few things. The last four games proved a few things. They dominated Winnipeg, played well against Toronto and came up short in OT, played well against Nashville but Nashville was still the better team, and played 40 minutes with Tampa but got killed in the third. Thats the top 4 teams in the NHL by points. In other words this is a good team, a playoff team, but not a true contender (and not one player away either). Going into the deadline that is good to know. The team can compete and when players already on the team and young... Kotkaniemi, Drouin, Domi, Mete, etc... along with prospects like Suzuki, Brook, Romanov take the next step, they will be there. As for the standings, The Sky is not falling, contrary to some posts here. Seeing as the Habs have more points than the third place team in the Metro, three teams would have to pass Montreal to knock the Habs out of the playoffs. (The first team to pass them would take third in that division). They also are not going to face another stretch that was as tough as their last four games. Points will be easier to come by from here.
  9. 1 point
    Weird to see 40 minutes of some of Montreal's best hockey followed by 20 minutes of their worst.
  10. 1 point
    At least our powerplay came at the end of the period where it can't kill our momentum.
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    Audette scored with less than two minutes to go but the Devils made it interesting, getting it back to within one with 22 seconds to go. However, Laval held on and actually won a game. https://theahl.com/stats/game-summary/1019108
  13. 1 point
    Hopefully an upgrade that can be made by the deadline.
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    The Habs hope to continue their strong play with a visit to Music City and a Preds team with Cup aspirations. The game marks another chapter of the Shwebs vs PK debate, albeit with our Captain's position looking stronger this time around. Perhaps PK's been distracted with his celebrity love affair? Maybe Mike Fisher could teach him a thing or two about dating a famous blonde and playing at an all-star level (or at least the first part). Or maybe the time is ripe for the Habs to steal more than just the game from the Preds! Would you leave your woman alone with any of these smoldering scoundrels? The drama unfolds at 8pm Eastern.
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    The trick is for the other team to have the powerplay.
  17. 1 point
    Brayden Schenn would be a good target. His name was around the Habs during the summer
  18. 1 point
    Both PPs are atrocious. Josi is a left shot though. I question whether one of the keys to a PP is having at least one guy who is comfortable having the puck on his stick for prolonged periods of time while being able to defend it - puck on a string comes to mind. A guy like that can exhaust the patience of a defender, coax him into making a mistake, thereby creating an opening for himself or someone else. Kovalev comes to mind. Is that the last time we had a truly good PP?
  19. 1 point
    This is what Brunet wrote + a rough translation of mine : "Pour faire une histoire courte, Ryan Poehling est donc considéré comme un joueur collégial de 19 ans pour les règles touchant au ballottage et à l'élargissement des cadres, mais comme un joueur de 20 ans pour le statut contractuel." "Long story short, Ryan Poehling is considered as a 19 yo college player for rules about waivers and expansion but as a 20 yo player in terms of contract status.
  20. 1 point
    https://www.hobeybaker.com/vote Top 10 will be announced on March 10 to go to next round. Given his performance to date. Lets all vote him into top 10 fan vote 😁 and he would be the top NCAA goalie for the Hobey Baker finalist Just also wins the Beanpot's MVP award and Eberly award for Best Goaltender, after he stopped 59/62 shots through two games last few days. https://www.habseyesontheprize.com/2019/2/12/18221175/habs-headlines-primeau-beanpot-mvp-weise-nate-thompson-christian-folin-ann-sophie-bettez-team-canada
  21. 1 point
    Ok, without even debating the PK/Weber trade (which i still say his a loss cause of age). here are some losses. - The 2017 trade deadline... Andrighetto for Martinsen, Draft picks for Ott and Dwight King. (Didn't address team needs, gave away assets for players who didn't add to the team's offense), minor loss - Andrew Shaw for 2 second rounders (Alex DeBrincat and Chad Krys). I like Shaw but he overpaid. - Acquired Stefan Matteau, traded Devante Smith-Pelley (small loss, but a loss) - acquired Parenteau and a fifth for Briere (Briere had 1 year left on his deal, Parenteau had 2, we ended up buying out Parenteau's second year). - Overall he wins more than he loses, but no one is perfect and those are losses IMO.
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    My reaction when I read the news
  23. 1 point
    Peca is at 47.1% and Chairs is at 50%. Danault takes a substantial amount of the team's draw and is at 53% as well.
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    Didn't give up much. Good faceoff guy. I hope the focus is put on help at LD and/or the power play now
  25. 1 point
    Claimed by NJ, and Weise called up regardless. Laval's forward depth is soon to be filled out by arena staff.
  26. 1 point
    If coming back here rejuvenates his career, I only hope we can trade him for top 4 defenseman Raphael Diaz.
  27. 1 point
    Weise should not be taking Hudon or Pecca's spots in the line up.
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  29. 0 points
    The post wasn’t about Subban. But since you bring it up, PK came to play at a high level every night, which is why your claim is nonsense.
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    Another post, another Subban reference, Habs must be on a losing streak. "They are reliable and low drama players who perform night in and night out. The result is a better overall team". That sounds sort of like the reason why I prefer Weber 😆
  31. -1 points
    17 shots on goal, pathetic almost out shot 2 to 1 They aren't that far away from being out of the playoffs
  32. -1 points
    Domi has slowed down from his early torrid pace, but honestly, he remains an upgrade. First, coaches feel they can actually play him at C. Right away that's a win. Second, he brings a much more complete game, including playmaking. And third, he hustles and competes every night. Unless Galy really pulls ahead of him offensively, we win that trade. Bergevin used to drone on about 'attitude' - and his cluelessness on this was revealed when he prioritized trading Subban, who was definitely not the problem - but the real issue may have been that we had two key cogs whom we expected to be leaders driving the offence (Patches and Galy ) who were streaky, erratic players by nature. Guys like Domi and Tatar are not elite, but they are *reliable* and low-drama players who perform night in and night out. The result is a better overall team.
  33. -1 points
    Subban is high drama.