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Jan. 3, Canucks vs Habs, 7:30 PM

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20-19-4 record
Forwards Defence/Goalie
Antoine Roussel - Bo Horvat - Loui Eriksson
Josh Leivo - Elias Pettersson - Brock Boeser
Sven Baertschi - Markus Granlund - Jake Virtanen
Tim Schaller - Jay Beagle - Tyler Motte
Alex Edler - Chris Tanev
Ben Hutton - Erik Gudbranson
Derrick Pouliot - Troy Stecher

Jacob Markstrom (proj.)
Scratches Alex Biega, Michael Del Zotto, Nikolay Goldobin
Injuries Derek Dorsett, Brandon Sutter

 

 

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21-14-5 record
Forwards Defence/Goalie
Paul Byron - Max Domi - Jonathan Drouin
Tomas Tatar - Phillip Danault - Brendan Gallagher
Artturi Lehkonen - Jesperi Kotkaniemi - Joel Armia
Nicolas Deslauriers - Michael Chaput - Kenny Agostino
Victor Mete - Shea Weber
Mike Reilly - Jeff Petry
Brett Kulak - Jordie Benn

Carey Price (proj.)
Scratches Karl Alzner, Charles Hudon, Matthew Peca
Injuries David Schlemko, Andrew Shaw

 

 

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To paraphrase Buzz Lightyear: "To the mid-season and beyond!"

 

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9 minutes ago, Habopotamus said:

Petterson  is kilin it

 

3rd after Crosby and Ovechkin in rookie PPG so far, according to the Sun. 

 

We're looking at a top-5 league superstar in the making. Exciting times to be a Canucks fan, even though a critical mass of self-pitying locals have yet to fully realize it in this whibiest, dreariest of hockey markets.

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1 hour ago, The Chicoutimi Cucumber said:

 

3rd after Crosby and Ovechkin in rookie PPG so far, according to the Sun. 

 

We're looking at a top-5 league superstar in the making. Exciting times to be a Canucks fan, even though a critical mass of self-pitying locals have yet to fully realize it in this whibiest, dreariest of hockey markets.

Pettersson,  Boeser.... probably best duo in hockey right 

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3 hours ago, Habopotamus said:

Pettersson,  Boeser.... probably best duo in hockey right 

With Quinn Hughes coming up in a couple years.  Canucks hockey is about to get good.  

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2 hours ago, BCHabnut said:

With Quinn Hughes coming up in a couple years.  Canucks hockey is about to get good.  

I hope so, but 1 very small but very slick d-man and 3 excellent forwards does not make a good team.

 

Anyways, hope Habs bury them 10-0...:gohabsgo:

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2 hours ago, BCHabnut said:

With Quinn Hughes coming up in a couple years.  Canucks hockey is about to get good.  

 

A Quinn Hughes is exactly what our PP lacks...I love the way he QB's a powerplay.

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So, how about that sniper Jordie Benn?  Pretty good period overall from the Habs...

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A nice start to Armia's return to the lineup.

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His career high is 21 goals (in 73 games).

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10 hours ago, Habopotamus said:

Petterson  is kilin it

#15 fixed him.

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Nice to see Price at the top of his game.  They needed that from him as the period went on when their attention to detail in the defensive zone went AWOL.

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1 hour ago, tomh009 said:

A nice start to Armia's return to the lineup.

I only saw last 8 minutes and Armia not so smooth and quite a stupid pass.

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Habs aren't doing Price any favours with these penalties. 

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Two goals is good. A solid comeback (and shutout) by Price is better yet.

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Welcome back, Carey. 33 save shutout. 

 

Habs keep pace with Boston, Buffalo, and NYI who all won tonight. 

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I have a good feeling about 2019 Carey Price. He was locked in and making it look easy out there. 

 

 

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Price was also playing his native Vancouver team. He likes to play against them. Reminds me of Brodeur or to a lesser extent Luongo against us.

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I watched it on sportsnet Pacific. John shorthouse basically calling for kotkaniemi's head.  Made it seem like he was doing the matt Cooke intentional attack.  It was definitely a penalty but geez. He hooked him for sure but not sure it was worthy of the hate.

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Great to see Carey get the shut out.  The first star postgame interview on the ice with Marc Denis is always so awkward, and gives idiots in the stands an opportunity to boo.  I'm sure the players, especially Carey, would like to scrap it.

 

The tangle-up that led to Pettersson getting hurt was so weird.  Was that a dirty play from our large Finnish son? 

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1 hour ago, BCHabnut said:

I watched it on sportsnet Pacific. John shorthouse basically calling for kotkaniemi's head.  Made it seem like he was doing the matt Cooke intentional attack.  It was definitely a penalty but geez. He hooked him for sure but not sure it was worthy of the hate.

Pretty sure it was Garrett who was bitching about Kotkaniemi and he was also trying to insinuate, if happened i his day a goon would fix Kotkaniemi but Shorthouse cut him off.

He is about the worst homer talking head i know of and Shorthouse gets embarrassed often by some of his idiotic comments about Canuck opponents.

How he keeps his job is beyond me?

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