BYE BYE MTL.

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    Dave Jackson must be pissed this morning...........his team got eliminated

     
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    Little talked about fact - the two New York Rangers involved in the series winning goal were Boston products - Moore (Harvard) and Boyle (BC).

    So in a round about way Boston did eventually stick it to Montreal.

     
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    I, personally, would have preferred to see the Habs beaten with Price. However, now the Bruins will have the opportunity to eliminate the Habs with Price next year, if the Habs make the playoffs.

    Price's absence prolongs Habdom's delusions. A cursory look at their projected 2014-15 line-up does not look good, except to the deluded. Once the line-up is put up to scrutiny there will be no optimism - the Habs will be hard-pressed to make the playoffs next spring.

     

     
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    Great, now we can send them a little miniature Stanley Cup for beating the Bruins. That was their raison d'etre anyways.

    ...and consider me a knee bender that thinks that both the Kings and Hawks are much better teams that the Rags (or Habs).

     
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    I, personally, would have preferred to see the Habs beaten with Price. However, now the Bruins will have the opportunity to eliminate the Habs with Price next year, if the Habs make the playoffs.


    Price's absence prolongs Habdom's delusions. A cursory look at their projected 2014-15 line-up does not look good, except to the deluded. Once the line-up is put up to scrutiny there will be no optimism - the Habs will be hard-pressed to make the playoffs next spring.


     




    Don why?  Why u say it doesn't look good.   Pls explain


    And if they Don't make the playoffs. ... who else won't make it in the east

     
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    I, personally, would have preferred to see the Habs beaten with Price. However, now the Bruins will have the opportunity to eliminate the Habs with Price next year, if the Habs make the playoffs.

    Price's absence prolongs Habdom's delusions. A cursory look at their projected 2014-15 line-up does not look good, except to the deluded. Once the line-up is put up to scrutiny there will be no optimism - the Habs will be hard-pressed to make the playoffs next spring.

     



    They have a lot to be optimistic about. Their top defenseman is on the rise as the B's top defenseman is heading in opposite direction.  

     
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    All right. .. first off they have solId goaltending


     


    Dm en... pk  markov if they sign him emelin georges .. weaver if signed


     


    Forwards - pac plek galchenyuk eller not high on him but gallagher bourque?


     


    Next. Bergevin has made some nice moves and mtl have always been good drafters in the past


     


    These are some non number 1 pix... ludwig lemieux richer naslund chelios roy leclair dejardins  subban emelin markov 


     


    Only on the top of my head 


     


     

     
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    Days  Of Orr, Stanley, maybe I'm missing someone else from mtl.


     


    Hear that? ... it's the sound of silence. .. streets sooo quiet but wait  What's that I hear Ole ole ole ole ole ole... its......me..marco

     
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    In response to Don-Bruino's comment:

    I, personally, would have preferred to see the Habs beaten with Price. However, now the Bruins will have the opportunity to eliminate the Habs with Price next year, if the Habs make the playoffs.

    Price's absence prolongs Habdom's delusions. A cursory look at their projected 2014-15 line-up does not look good, except to the deluded. Once the line-up is put up to scrutiny there will be no optimism - the Habs will be hard-pressed to make the playoffs next spring.

     




     Agree with this. His injury provided them with an excuse to lose. Rags would have beaten them regardless, they had the lead almost the entire series.

     

     
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     Agree with this. His injury provided them with an excuse to lose. Rags would have beaten them regardless, they had the lead almost the entire series.

     



    If the Rags beat the Scabs in 6 with Tokarski,they would have beaten them in 6 or less with Price.Goaltending wasn't the problem,Scabs had too many passengers,Vanek,Plekanec, among them to beat the Rags. My shadenfreude has been kicking in big time,really feeling it with the Montreal fans.  

     
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    If the Rags beat the Scabs in 6 with Tokarski,they would have beaten them in 6 or less with Price.Goaltending wasn't the problem,Scabs had too many passengers,Vanek,Plekanec, among them to beat the Rags. My shadenfreude has been kicking in big time,really feeling it with the Montreal fans.  



    Ha.....been having a taste of it myself...lol.

    But you are right, goaltending wasn't the issue. It seems that the Habs built a team and Therrien coached specifically to beat the Bruins. Rags are a very different entity altogether and MTL didn't adjust at all.

    The only thing Tokar did was make the Habs attempt to be even more defensively diligent which took a bit away from their forecheck that was so effective against the B's. That's about it. In truth, they were finished the second the beat the B's but just didn't know it yet.

     

     

     
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    I was on the HF Boards last night and the Habs whining started immediately after the game.  Price, Price, Price, Oh, if we only had Price...

     

     

     
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    The only thing Tokar did was make the Habs attempt to be even more defensively diligent which took a bit away from their forecheck that was so effective against the B's. That's about it. In truth, they were finished the second the beat the B's but just didn't know it yet.

     

     



    Could be true but the shots last night were nearly double in favour of the Rags,Tokar made many big saves,score could have been worse.Tokar will likely end up being the next great Flyers goalie, or the Lerfs.

 
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    Could be true but the shots last night were nearly double in favour of the Rags,Tokar made many big saves,score could have been worse.Tokar will likely end up being the next great Flyers goalie, or the Lerfs.



    Maybe.....I also get a kick out of the changing of the narrative from one series to the next. Habs beat the Bruins and suddenly Subban is the best d man in the NHL, Plecks should have been nominated for the Selke, Vanek was a deadline steal, Price got robbed of the Vezina, etc. Now....crickets.

     

     

     
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    Montreal... GOWAY GOWAY GOWAY GOWAY...

    GOWAY GOWAY GOWAY GOWAY...

     
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    Why don't u teach me. Come on let me hear you say the player that buff  gave for number one pick

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    My comments were about Halak who was the last goalie that made Price look expendable.

    How Vanek being traded to the Islanders for a 1st round pick comes up in this conversation ? ( if that's where you're going. I can't tell with your grade 3 posting )..............is a page right out of the "Twilight Zone".

     
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    The tone of recent twitter and online chatter of the Hab's exit is pretty revealing. Given the Habs performance up to the 70s and even into the 80s Habs fans were totally demanding and anything less than a cup every year was seen as a complete and total failure. Fast forward to the last few days and their fans are fawningly understanding, misty eyed and eternally grateful for even getting into a chance of a lifetime Semis. All around team/fan hug.

    How the mighty have fallen.

    I love it.

     
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    All right. .. first off they have solId goaltending

     

     

     

    Dm en... pk  markov if they sign him emelin georges .. weaver if signed

     

     

     

    Forwards - pac plek galchenyuk eller not high on him but gallagher bourque?

     

     

     

    Next. Bergevin has made some nice moves and mtl have always been good drafters in the past

     

     

     

    These are some non number 1 pix... ludwig lemieux richer naslund chelios roy leclair dejardins  subban emelin markov 

     

     

     

    Only on the top of my head 

     

     

     

     


    What are you rambling on about now?  Ludwig, Lemieux, Richer?  The Bruins drafted Ray Bourque 8th overall.  PC should try to trade up the 8th pick because the Bruins have been good in the past when drafting 8th overall.

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    In response to Hanrahan1's comment:

    The tone of recent twitter and online chatter of the Hab's exit is pretty revealing. Given the Habs performance up to the 70s and even into the 80s Habs fans were totally demanding and anything less than a cup every year was seen as a complete and total failure. Fast forward to the last few days and their fans are fawningly understanding, misty eyed and eternally grateful for even getting into a chance of a lifetime Semis. All around team/fan hug.

    How the mighty have fallen.

    I love it.



    So true, lot s of love to go around. Like was said on another thread,its easy to stay classy when you win a Cup every year, when things go dry, class is just another word. Here's to another 20 yrs of eating dust for the Scabs & their fan base.

     
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    In response to 50belowzero's comment:

    In response to Hanrahan1's comment:

    The tone of recent twitter and online chatter of the Hab's exit is pretty revealing. Given the Habs performance up to the 70s and even into the 80s Habs fans were totally demanding and anything less than a cup every year was seen as a complete and total failure. Fast forward to the last few days and their fans are fawningly understanding, misty eyed and eternally grateful for even getting into a chance of a lifetime Semis. All around team/fan hug.

    How the mighty have fallen.

    I love it.



    So true, lot s of love to go around. Like was said on another thread,its easy to stay classy when you win a Cup every year, when things go dry, class is just another word. Here's to another 20 yrs of eating dust for the Scabs & their fan base.



    I said that

     
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    I said that



    Then you got it right Marco.

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    In response to marco0863's comment:

    All right. .. first off they have solId goaltending

     

     

     

    Dm en... pk  markov if they sign him emelin georges .. weaver if signed

     

     

     

    Forwards - pac plek galchenyuk eller not high on him but gallagher bourque?

     

     

     

    Next. Bergevin has made some nice moves and mtl have always been good drafters in the past

     

     

     

    These are some non number 1 pix... ludwig lemieux richer naslund chelios roy leclair dejardins  subban emelin markov 

     

     

     

    Only on the top of my head 

     

     

     

     


    What are you rambling on about now?  Ludwig, Lemieux, Richer?  The Bruins drafted Ray Bourque 8th overall.  PC should try to trade up the 8th pick because the Bruins have been good in the past when drafting 8th overall.

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    Rambling.. ur reply makes no sense.  Mtl have done great job of drafting with 2nd 3rd rders That's how u build a team. Bruins did the same when they tok berg krejci lucic march  I don't ramble that's some thing u enjoy and get off on . You do enjoy it

     
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    Why don't u teach me. Come on let me hear you say the player that buff  gave for number one pick




    My comments were about Halak who was the last goalie that made Price look expendable.

    How Vanek being traded to the Islanders for a 1st round pick comes up in this conversation ? ( if that's where you're going. I can't tell with your grade 3 posting )..............is a page right out of the "Twilight Zone".


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    Ah there u go chow... u said it...


    Chow let me take the liberty to use ur "expertise"  since from what I understand u follow the ohl closely. There was a player John macfarland who was very highly touted  in fact he was at one listed as a possible number 1 . I don't want to know where he is today but rather what happened to this guy that his stock went down what seemed like so quickly.. was it an injury?  

     
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    Puck Daddy with a Eulogy for the Canadiens:

    https://ca.sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/eulogy--remembering-the-2013-14-montreal-canadiens-161420822.html

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