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BCHabnut

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  1. YEAR TEAM GP G A PTS +/- PIM SOG SPCT PPG PPA SHG SHA GWG GTG ATOI PROD 1994-1995 QUE 47 15 35 50 17 16 86 17.4 3 12 0 1 3 0 -- -- 1995-1996 COL 82 30 86 116 26 47 217 13.8 7 32 3 4 3 0 -- -- 1996-1997 COL 65 28 58 86 31 73 188 14.9 5 21 4 3 4 0 -- -- 1997-1998 COL 72 25 66 91 6 94 202 12.4 7 30 3 0 7 1 -- -- 1998-1999 COL 78 30 67 97 27 108 217 13.8 9 28 2 4 7 0 -- -- 1999-2000 COL 49 14 37 51 9 52 105 13.3 3 12 0 0 2 0 -- -- 2000-2001 COL 73 27 62 89 23 54 178 15.2 12 24 2 4 5 0 -- -- 2002-2003 COL 75 29 77 106 52 70 166 17.5 8 25 0 0 2 0 19:20 13:40 2003-2004 COL 39 18 37 55 16 30 85 21.2 3 21 1 0 5 0 19:12 13:37 2005-2006 PHI 60 19 56 75 21 46 132 14.4 8 24 1 0 2 0 18:47 15:01 2006-2007 PHI 38 10 27 37 0 70 61 16.4 4 13 0 0 1 0 17:41 18:09 Career -- 678 245 608 853 228 660 1637 15.0 69 242 16 16 41 1 -- -- 10 seasons and 5 of them were half seasons. His numbers are great when he plays, but... He's a band-aid
  2. Let's not forget that all the teams that caught up to and passed us are hot right now. They will start to slow down, and as long as we can get going sometime soon, the team should be OK. I know the playoff race is extremely close, but I will reiterate what many have said. It's nice to be crying about slumps and sliding from 4th to 6th compared to passed years, where we whined about slumps and slid from 9th to 12th.
  3. I wish him the best. I don't know why, but I've always liked him. Not because of his play, but he seems like a nice guy. Now it's time to play. :hlogo:
  4. I feel the same way. The unfortunate thing is that he probably won't be the same Begin for about 10 games. Let's hope his back is good and he won't have to favour it. I've noticed that Higgy doesn't fly into the boards after the puck anymore. He holds back.
  5. You know it's really too bad what I have been seeing lately. Montreal looked really good in the first. A few bad bounces and a crappy goal in the first and they are done. If the puck goes in in the first ten minutes when the Canadiens were actually trying, this is a different game. Man, we need some luck too. I know we played like crap in the second and third, but this team has no freakin confidence. We need a little luck too. I think maybe Carbo should forget about benching guys for a while too. It isn't working. I would have rather seen Sammy out there on the first line than Ryder. But I guess you can't reward whining. I think the guys need some positive vibes in the locker room.
  6. Not a first liner? Who is then? Koivu is the best player on the team. Plain and simple.
  7. Given the proper grooming from some brilliant 2 way players, like oh...I don't know Jarvis, Gainey, carbo, or Muller, I think Lappiere has a bright future as a habs. It might not be a bad thing either. I agree that Souray may go, but I worry about the PP without him.
  8. Ya but he'll think twice next time he tries flying down the left side. It's like Pavlov. " Everytime I skate hard down the left side, my ribs hurt."
  9. Absolutely right. I don't know why he isn't shooting from there more often. His quick release from the left circle foils a lot of goalies.
  10. That is exactly what Souray was talking about in his interview after the game yesterday. Too many players are stepping up their game when the win is practically in the bag, and they aren't showing character and stepping it up when they really need to.
  11. You might be right. I looked at his stats and they are very good for a 3rd year player. The problem is, Lowe knows what he's got, so you can forget it unless you want to deal Souray or Markov. I still say Morrison would cost less and still be very effective. I meant he was equal to Plex in a few years, but I guess I am wrong about that.
  12. Stoll is not the guy for us. I live iin Alberta and watch Oilers games. Stoll = Pleks in a couple years. He's fast but lacks finish.
  13. Lindros? WTF? Why are we wasting board space on that guy? Ya, what you said. I don't know about Stoll though. He's fast as hell, but I don't know if he has the finish.
  14. brenden morrisson, Stoll or horcoff,Daymond langkow- Matt Lombardi. Any of these would be fantastic. I would recommend Morrison and Lombardi as the best fit for the team. I grew up in BC, so I've seen Morrison play for years. He has the odd low productivity period, but for the most part he is consistent.
  15. I have to go with Koivu. He is the best all around player on the team, and will continue to be just that for the rest of the year. Koivu is to Habs as Sundin is to Leafs. Most important guy on the team.
  16. Ryder 1st star? I know he scored the game winner, but I gave it to Saku. His goal was key to the momentum of the game, and he played strong all night.
  17. I would expect to see Kovalev and Lat's goal production increase with this set up. Lats parks in front and tips while Kovy shoots every time he gets the puck. How many shots did Kovy get?
  18. I just checked his stats and they aren't great, but he played well tonight. One of the more dangerous players for the thrashers tonight.
  19. I thought the stars should have been Huet, Lats, Kovalev. I love that line, I hope it stays for a while. BTW, Who the hell is Sims and why isn't he a habs. He played great.
  20. Huet is back. That is the biggest momentum changer of all. He has made at least 5-10 spectacular saves. If Huet doesn't play the way he is, this game is totally different. I do think the lines look good though. The only problem is that the shut down line is broken up. Lats and Kovy look awesome together. Lappiere is winning a lot of face-offs too. I think if he is groomed properly, he will be a very good 2 way centre ( a la Carbo, Gainey, Lamaire)
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