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Everything posted by Trizzak

  1. Edmonton plays Saturday, so the North division playoffs probably won't start 'til Monday (especially if the Habs sneak into 3rd.) That's plenty of rest time for the players.
  2. Jets play again tomorrow, so Habs will know if they still have at least a shot at 3rd by the time they play Edmonton.
  3. I do wonder if Weber wasn't injured would Ducharme have sat one of Merrill or Romanov in favour of Kulak? Because I gotta say, I'm not sure Romanov would be in my playoff lineup at this point, and Merrill isn't too far behind him (though I wonder how he'd be on his strong side.)
  4. Not sure where to put this so I'll put it here: looks like Jordan Weal is heading to the KHL next season to play for AK Bars.
  5. Even the coach is tired of the coach in Columbus!
  6. That's a clean hit by Petry but whatever... players don't look like they want to win anyway.
  7. Send beat the Jets. A Habs win tonight makes things interesting in the bid for 3rd place again.
  8. Habs are really fighting the puck. Passes are just a bit off to accept at full pace, losing control of the puck with zero pressure, and all five players on the ice seem to have five different ideas on how to create offense.
  9. I just want to watch a Habs game and enjoy it from beginning to end more than once a month. Get the lead. Keep the lead. Extend the lead. It's what good teams do.
  10. I once played hockey with a kid in tyke who would try to fall on every puck with his pads just like Allen did. The outcome (every time) was also the same as Allen.
  11. https://www.nhl.com/canadiens/news/medical-update-byron-danault-gallagher-weber--price/c-324451942?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=post&utm_campaign=CHCcontent&utm_content=EN-0507-MedicalUpdate Official update on 5 injured Habs, but not much we didn't already know. Danault has returned to Montreal and will not play tomorrow.
  12. Danault not expected to be out long-term, but is being evaluated tomorrow.
  13. The Phil Brickma magic ran out. Someone else needs to do a GDT.
  14. Habs can clinch as early as today with a Habs win and a Canucks loss.
  15. Kotkaniemi - 20 points Evans - 10 points Lehkonen - 9 points I'm not saying Kotkaniemi is leagues ahead, but he's clearly not the weak link here.
  16. His last goal was on January 21st. He's a hard worker, I like him, but he's out of place anywhere but the 4th line.
  17. You're doing it wrong. Exact opposite. Complete 180°.
  18. Was that Merrill with a poor decision, or was Caufield not in position?
  19. Poor Kotkaniemi getting sand-bagged with two offensive black holes. Gonna be rough for him unless he has a Thanos "Fine, I'll do it myself" moment.
  20. Nice to have a tie going into the 2nd period. Even nicer to have a multiple goal lead? eh? eh? Just a thought for next period, guys.
  21. No changes to personnel, but some changes to who they're playing beside.
  22. I have a vague memory of there being a rule against players being traded directly back to the team they are selected from for one year.
  23. I am obviously down for the greater good, but Phil Brickma quotes are a limited supply. I have passed the bottom of the barrel and am now scraping through the floor.
  24. "Let the big dog eat!" Final road trip of the regular season begins, and this is the last chance the Habs' will have to feast on a weaker team. A win here either vaults the team into 3rd or keeps pace with the Jets and drops the Flames out of the playoff race. Lineups changed at practice signaling a potential return from one of the injured forwards. More info to come...
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