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Game Thread | Montreal vs. Wild | 12/17/05

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by the way, he's making 8 times my salary now... good for him.

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if they can keep this up for the whole 3rd period and the way huet is playing, it looks very good

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a stat on ribeiro was just posted on rds tv... they said that he's had at least one point per game in the last six games (nine points - all assists) - not bad

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zed doesn't pass.... sheeeshhhhhhhhhhhhh

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doesn't shoot either.... sheeshhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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Originally posted by shortcat1

if they can keep this up for the whole 3rd period and the way huet is playing, it looks very good

True, but I'd rather see them put up a cushion then go into a shell.

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two posts? i didn't post that twice - maybe just a gift from the forum... tanx

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second penalty for the wild...

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5 on 3

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in cases like that, i wonder how come it is that our guys don't just give the puck to the other team right away so as to make a longer two-man advantage.... seems like a reasonable thing to do

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good defensive move there by some canadiens player (don't know who) to deflect a pass out in front of huet's net

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zednik - penalty - holding the stick

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Originally posted by shortcat1

good defensive move there by some canadiens player (don't know who) to deflect a pass out in front of huet's net

They're on the PP, they shouldn't have to be making defensive moves...

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true enough but a good defensive move anyways

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Originally posted by shortcat1

on the minnesota team, alex henry was one of my students when i taught in timmins ontario...

it's interesting to see him as one who comes to the rescue of his team-mates and to be described by tsn.ca/hockey/players as

one who 'Brings a lot of physical presence to the lineup. Hits early and often. Will not back down from anyone.' and as a 'Physical defenseman'.

he was a very quiet, soft spoken, polite, pleasant, respectful kid... one you'd be glad to have as a kid of your own :)

I know what you mean shortcat, lots of the very tough guys I meet through my work are also soft-spoken, polite and pleasant. That seems the way it usually goes!

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Gotta stay out of that box against this team

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huet looked somewhat weak on the 1st goal but has done very well throughout the rest of the game...

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if he keeps that up, and i expect he will, he will prove to be a super acquisition by gainey

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Originally posted by shortcat1

huet looked somewhat weak on the 1st goal but has done very well throughout the rest of the game...

Thanks for the update.

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penalty shot!!!!!

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