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habscout last won the day on April 15 2015

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  1. It's official now, Jerabek is a Hab! http://www.habsworld.net/2017/05/habs-officially-sign-jakub-jerabek/ https://www.nhl.com/canadiens/news/canadiens-agree-to-terms-on-a-one-year-contract-with-jakub-jerabek/c-289199640
  2. I'm interpreting his statement this way: "There's 30 teams in the league, and not one of them is going to trade me their #1 center. I've asked them all and they all said no. So you (the media) can quit asking me about that."
  3. I'm all for taking a chance on an unsigned prospect. The risk is very low and only takes up one of the positions on the team's 50 player protected list. That said, I would hope the Habs would be targeting CENTERS not wingers! That's the only thing that's a little disappointing to me about this move. The team's prospect list is not very good and they should be desperate to stock up on centers. I was reading an article today about a big Swedish prospect that the Red Wings and other NHL team are targeting to sign as a UFA. The kid is 6'5" and around 220 pounds,turns 22 next month and the Wings assistant GM describes him as a good two way center who also plays wing. That's exactly what the Habs should be looking for, but I suspect the kid will sign with Detroit because of their strong Swedish influence. Other teams I heard are interested in him are Chicago and Nashville. http://www.mlive.com/redwings/index.ssf/2017/04/red_wings_pursuing_big_swedish.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+detroit-redwings+(Detroit+Red+Wings+-+MLive.com)
  4. I've been falling behind about announcing the new podcasts, so for that I apologize. I guess I assume people are aware of them since they get announced on the front page of the Habsworld website. But in case there are folks who only spend time in this HW forum without checking out the excellent articles on the main website, I thought I should mention a little late that our latest podcast was published on April 15 to discuss our playoff prediction's for the Habs, other teams, and much more. The podcast was recorded before the playoffs started, on April 10th, but the publishing of it was postponed due to a busy schedule of other playoff articles. Hopefully you all enjoy this one, which I felt was one of our best for this season. As I always say, I encourage everyone to provide us feedback here, on iTunes, via the Podomatic hosting website we use, or via our email - habsworldpodcast@gmail.com . http://www.habsworld.net/2017/04/habsworld-podcast-episode-55/
  5. Well said. Good chance Habs will get an empty net goal since the Rags pulled their goalie very early.
  6. Oh totally. I was expecting as much, since Nesterov in his own zone is a train wreck waiting to happen.
  7. Henrik reacted like he didn't know where the puck was after he made the initial stop. Looked a bit shaky on it to me.
  8. Great pace to this game. I like that the Habs are giving the Rangers very little to no time to do anything with the puck.
  9. Excellent point LM !
  10. What's the other thread called? I didn't see a GDT thread, so I've been posting here about/during the game.
  11. Bad , bad penalty by Gally. :-(
  12. Makes sense Good shift there for Chuky's line. Great pressure and a few good shots on net.
  13. Yeah good point. I'm expecting they'll be settled down for the 2nd period.
  14. I agree. Beaulieu missed the net at least twice.