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  1. http://habsinsideout.com/main/18252 Sergei not making Long Island trip The Gazette's Herb Zurkowsky reports, without bitterness, that the media outnumbered the players on the ice at this afternoon's optional practice in Brossard before the team was to board a flight for Long Island and tomorrow night's game vs. the Islanders. Sergei Kostitsyn, who left Tuesday's game in the first period after being splattered into the end boards by Chicago's Aaron Johnson, will not make the trip. Upper-body injury, the report remains. Defenceman Roman Hamrlik, who left the game in the second after a weird collision along the Blackhawks bench, will travel to Long Island. The hardy few on Brossard ice: Matt D'Agostini, Ryan O'Byrne, Gregory Stewart, Georges Laraque and Jaroslav Halak. • • • Mark Streit has a wonky groin and is a Maybe on the Island tomorrow.
  2. From http://forecaster.canada.com/faceoff/hockey/tott.cgi?Mtl
  3. 2008-09 Regular Season Record: 39-27-10 : 88 Points (8th Place in the Eastern Conference) 25-41-9 : 59 Points (15th Place in the Eastern Conference) Projected goalies for this game are: Montréal # 41 Jaroslav Halak GPI: 31 Wins: 16 Loses: 13 OTL: 0 SO: 1 GAA: 2.85 Save%: .913 New York # 34 Yann Danis GPI: 26 Wins: 9 Loses: 13 OTL: 3 SO: 2 GAA: 2.66 Save%: .916 Montréal Player Stats Link New York Player Stats Link Projected starting lineup for this game: (27)Kovalev - (11)Koivu - (13)Tanguay (46)A.Kostitsyn - (14)Plekanec - (21)Higgins (84)Latendresse - (40)Lapierre - (6)Kostopoulos (17)Laraque - (15)Metropolit - (70)Stewart (79)Markov - (8)Komisarek (44)Hamrlik - (25)Dandenault (26)Gorges - (24)Schneider (41)Halak Meetings This Year: Nov. 1st, 2008:5 4 Nov. 24th, 2008:4 3 (SO) Mar. 12th, 2009:3 2 (OT) This game can be seen live at 7:00 pm eastern on; , & Listen to the game live at 7:00 pm on CJAD 800 AM OR Listen to the game live (In French) at 7:00 pm on CKAC 730 AM </div>
  4. I have a huge amount of respect for Huet, he won a lot of big games for us and he was one of my favourite players when he was here...I want him to do well tonight but make no mistake, I want my Habs to win. btw, thanks again everyone.
  5. Canadiens vs. Blackhawks All time Record The Chicago Blackhawks joined the NHL to start the 1926-27 season. Since then, the team from Illinois has captured the Stanley Cup on three occasions, with the most recent championship coming in 1960-61. The Canadiens and the Blackhawks faced off for the first time on December 11, 1926 at the Montreal Forum, with the visitors heading back to Chicago with a 3-0 win over the hometown Habs. The Hawks took part in their first Stanley Cup Final in 1931, only to see Howie Morenz and the Montreal Canadiens steal the series 3-2, hoisting the Cup for the fourth time in team history. It was only the start of the trend, though; Montreal went on to win the next four Finals between the two rivals, most recently in 1973. In 1938, the Blackhawks had a subpar regular season, but surprised everyone in the playoffs when they ousted the favored Habs in the quarterfinals en route to capturing the team’s second Stanley Cup. The 1937-38 Hawks, led by Bill Mosienko’s 38 goals – including the fastest hat trick in NHL history (21 seconds) – to this day, still remain the league champions with the worst record in the regular season. The Canadiens took the league by storm in 1944, finishing off the season without ever suffering a loss at the Forum. They capped off the dream season with a 4-0 sweep in the Finals, led by Maurice Richard’s 12 goals and 17 points. The 1950s and 1960s provided additional fuel to the fire, as the Chicago-Montreal rivalry grew more and more intense. The two teams faced off against each other in the playoffs for four consecutive years from 1959 to 1962. The Blackhawks’ stars, Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita squared off annually against the Canadiens’ Jean Beliveau, Bernard Geoffrion and Henri Richard. The Habs won the series in 1959 and 1960, before the Hawks repaid the favor in 1961 and 1962. Since the NHL expansion in 1967, the two teams have only crossed paths in the postseason twice. http://ourhistory.canadiens.com/opponent/Chicago-Blackhawks
  6. its been a while, not sure what I'm doing wrong but I can't seem to get the thread to "centre" and all the words are black.
  7. Courtesy of: http://forecaster.canada.com/faceoff/hockey/tott.cgi?Mtl
  8. 2008-09 Regular Season Record: 40-23-11 : 91 Points (4th Place in the Western Conference) 38-27-10 : 86 Points (8th Place in the Eastern Conference) Projected goalies for this game are: Chicago # 38 Cristobal Huet GPI: 39 Wins: 19 Loses: 14 OTL: 4 SO: 3 GAA: 2.50 Save%: .910 Montréal # 31 Carey Price GPI: 48 Wins: 22 Loses: 14 OTL: 9 SO: 1 GAA: 2.81 Save%: .904 Chicago Player Stats Link Montréal Player Stats Link Projected starting lineup for this game: (27)Kovalev - (11)Koivu - (13)Tanguay (36)D'Agostini - (14)Plekanec - (74)S.Kostitsyn (84)Latendresse - (40)Lapierre - (6)Kostopoulos (21)Higgins - (15)Metropolit - (25)Dandenault (79)Markov - (8)Komisarek (71)Brisebois - (44)Hamrlik (26)Gorges- (24)Schneider (31)Price This game can be seen live at 7:30 pm eastern on; , & Listen to the game live at 7:30 pm on CJAD 800 AM OR Listen to the game live (In French) at 7:30 pm on CKAC 730 AM
  9. I've been kicking around, I don't be online as much as I use to be becuse of work but when I am I spend a lot of my online time on HFZ and gohabs.
  10. I'm sure if Saku was french you wouldn't have a problem with him.
  11. last time i checked vin whats nothing to do with coming back to play for the habs...so just bash saku because he stay and give most of his life to playing for the habs and a bunch of loser fans that only care about if he speak french...not the man that give his life to the city of montreal and not just by playing hockey here, but what he does for all the sick kids... Long live Saku, the hockey player, the man..... you loser make me sick... well said guys.
  12. I suggested that amount for a one year deal because of his age, Lang will be 40 years old next season and imo thats more that enough for a guy who will proabbly be playing in the final year of his career.
  13. yeah, when he was surrounded by quality players he won the Cup, do the same for Saku and he'll win a Cup too. btw, a few years back didn't Lecavalc*** have a chance to sign with the Habs? if I recall correctly all he had to do was play out one final year on his contract and he was free to come to Montreal....oh yeah, he thought playing for the Habs was beneath him.
  14. no matter what happens I would sign Koivu and let Kovalev walk. I would also resign K-Rex Tanguay K-Top Lang( for one year at $1-$1.5 million)
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