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Nov. 5, Boston vs Montreal, 7:30 PM


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The Bruins are in town, riding an eight-game winning streak but also coming off a hard-fought win against the Penguins. The Habs will need their "A" game for this one.

 

 

Canadiens' projected line-up:

Tatar-Danault-Gallagher

Drouin-Domi-Armia

Lehkonen-Poehling-Byron

Cousins-Thompson-Suzuki

 

Mete-Weber

Chiarot-Petry

Reilly-Fleury

 

Price

Kinkaid

 

Bruins' projected line-up:

Marchand-Bergeron-Pastrnak

DeBrusk-Krejci-Heinen

Bjork-Coyle-Ritchie

Hughes-Kuraly-Wagner

 

Chara-McAvoy

Krug-Carlo

Grzelcyk-Clifton

 

Halak

Rask

 

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So just thought I would let everyone know, Mete is leading all Habs defenceman in goals scored for the season. Who would of imagined that?

I want a mete empty netter for the hatty  

The Bruins are in town, riding an eight-game winning streak but also coming off a hard-fought win against the Penguins. The Habs will need their "A" game for this one.     Canadien

50 minutes ago, alfredoh2009 said:

Reilly-Fleury playing tonight, that is quite the vote of confidence!

:gohabsgo:Go-Habs-Go :gohabsgo:

I don't understand how Reilly went from being scratched for every game except one from the trade deadline last season, to suddenly having the coach's confidence over Kulak for the past 4 games (including back-to-backs.)

 

Reilly has looked shaky to me. What am I missing about him?

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14 minutes ago, Trizzak said:

I don't understand how Reilly went from being scratched for every game except one from the trade deadline last season, to suddenly having the coach's confidence over Kulak for the past 4 games (including back-to-backs.)

 

Reilly has looked shaky to me. What am I missing about him?

 

Julien seems to be more frustrated with Kulak's mistakes than with those of Reilly, no one really seems to know why. Kulak doesn't allow many shots against -- but the mistakes that he has made have been costly.

 

Colour me perplexed. I do think we'll see a reversion to Kulak sooner or later, unless Reilly really picks up his game.

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49 minutes ago, Trizzak said:

I don't understand how Reilly went from being scratched for every game except one from the trade deadline last season, to suddenly having the coach's confidence over Kulak for the past 4 games (including back-to-backs.)

 

Reilly has looked shaky to me. What am I missing about him?

 

I'm with you.  Kulak is the better player, I don't get it. 

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39 minutes ago, Commandant said:

 

I'm with you.  Kulak is the better player, I don't get it. 

 

Kulak has clearly lost the confidence of his coach. I suspect there's a back story there...maybe he came to camp out of shape? Maybe he complained about Julien? Maybe he has off-ice issues? In any case, it makes the continent-sized hold at LD that much bigger; Kulak was a key patch in the general patch-up job at that position, and with him out, it's just a vacuum, probably one of the worst LD sides in the league.

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Hopefully the Pens took a lot out of the Bruins last night...and the law of averages is aganst them after so many wins in a row.  Stay out of the box and this game is winnable.

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12 minutes ago, sbhatt said:

Hopefully the Pens took a lot out of the Bruins last night...and the law of averages is aganst them after so many wins in a row.  Stay out of the box and this game is winnable.

 

Agree - my first thought was, "the Bruins are due for a loss." Let's open a can of whoop-ass on 'em.

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13 minutes ago, The Chicoutimi Cucumber said:

 

Agree - my first thought was, "the Bruins are due for a loss." Let's open a can of whoop-ass on 'em.

 

I think it's important to jump on them early when the lactic acid is weighing down their legs a lot, and for God's sake...don't dominate for 10-15min and only get one goal!  They need to get that second goal during the onslaught that we so often leave on the table.

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1 hour ago, tomh009 said:

 

Julien seems to be more frustrated with Kulak's mistakes than with those of Reilly, no one really seems to know why. Kulak doesn't allow many shots against -- but the mistakes that he has made have been costly.

 

Colour me perplexed. I do think we'll see a reversion to Kulak sooner or later, unless Reilly really picks up his game.

This is accurate. He has great posession stats, but his few mistakes result in goals

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Julien was relying heavily on the A-D-D line in the first, they had about six and a half minutes of ice time, more than Weber and Chiarot. The third line had barely half that in ice time.

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2 minutes ago, Chris said:

Pretty good period minus the PK,

 

PK was over shockingly quickly. At least on the replay, the shot didn't look super dangerous, I thought Price had enough time to move and was not screened, but it found its way to the back of the net anyway.

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