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  1. CANADIENS @ STARS, NOV. 21, 20:30 ET

    Not as bad as they are playing, but the defense is possibly the worst in the nhl aside from weber.
  2. CANADIENS @ STARS, NOV. 21, 20:30 ET

    I like him too.
  3. Thus far in his career is his one and only season. Serious? My one year old grand daughter poops her pants. Her future isn't looking good.
  4. Permanent Trade Proposal Thread

    A little steep. Would need a pick too.
  5. Permanent Trade Proposal Thread

    Nurse is a dud. Duclair too.
  6. Injury news

    Weber skated for a few minutes ands left practice early. No word on his status
  7. GDT Toronto @ Montreal, 7:00 pm HNIC

    I like Weber. A lot! He is one of my favorite players on the team. And if the team had a Sergachev or Markov type mobile defenseman to make up for his absence, I could, and have, justified the trade. But trading Subban, Serg, Beaulieu and allowing Markov to walk, is a huge failure. Losing all of your mobile defensemen, signing Karl effin Alzner to that silly contract. What are you thinking bergevin? PK was also a huge competitor. He could and would put the team on his back and will out a win. Weber is not that style player. The bad moves that MB made after the Weber trade, (not filling the mobile defense position) actually makes the Subban trade even worse. At this point, I totally regret the trade, and I miss PK almost every game I watch.
  8. Julien vs Therrien

    that's a good point. I never considered it. You used to see it in Boston as well. They would fall to pieces.
  9. Julien vs Therrien

    Julien has deployed a system that, for the most part, has had the habs out playing their oponent for a large chunk of this year. Who the hell are his top defense options? That is not his fault. I am a Julien fan so far this year. He didn't build this team. He is just working with what is given.
  10. GDT Toronto @ Montreal, 7:00 pm HNIC

    Well you start rehashing the moves that this tool has made over the years to handcuff this team and it makes you bitter. They could have been a contender right now with the core he was handed. Instead that core needs to be blown up for a full scale rebuild.
  11. Nov. 16, Coyotes vs Habs, 7:30 PM

    I'm not sure about the anger about this hockey trade. Montreal needed a #1 centre. They got one. He isn't an elite #1, but he is a #1 from what I can see. He is also a student of the game. Sergachev has #1 D potential, and its looking like he could very well become that. Montreal's #1 denfense, #1 center, and goalie are not issues at the moment. It confuses me that most the posts and threads focus on these things. Mobile depth on defense is the main issue that I can see. Yes, keeping Sergachev may have helped that, but Rad would have still taken the Dallas money and tax advantage, and we would be screaming about the top 6. even if Serg is a high end defenseman, I am still pretty happy with Drouin.
  12. Nov. 16, Coyotes vs Habs, 7:30 PM

    How was Petry tonight? He looked bad the few times I was able to watch. Making east west plays as last man back. Losing the puck for two breakaways... etc... Is it time for Jerabek to get a game and Petry to watch a couple. His head aint right this year. IMO
  13. Injury news

    I like Lehkonen . He has shown that he can score goals, and he is useful when he is not scoring. I agree with commandant. I like the forwards this year better than last. The defense is another story.
  14. November 14th: Cannons @ Habs

    I like it as well. I just think it should be worth 1 point. Not 2. It is not a team win.
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