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    Habs reward for winning Atlantic - Sens!

    Any predictions? Can Hammond actually outplay and beat Price? What will that do to Price's magical season?

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    Hammond! That coule be a bad surprise for the habs ! The sen's fought their way to be in the playoff! The playoff are another season and everything changes ! When the Habs have to scale up their game , they find inspiration and rise above the challenge !
    So it's going to be a long 7 games ! Starting this Wednesday!
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    Last time a habs coach won 50 games ... Was Pat Burns who brought the glorious to the final against the Flames !

    This time it could be good !
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    The Sens have become my favorite team over the past couple of months and it's so damn difficult not to root for them. They came back out of nowhere to squeeze into the playoffs, their GM and assistant coaches are both battling cancer, Erik Karlsson has taken the reigns of this team and he's my pick for the Norris, and their rookies have played great!

    The Senators were the last team that the habs wanted to meet in the first round. The Sens have beaten them all season long and have their number.

    I have a lot of money riding on this series. A lot. So much that if the Sens lose against the habs, i likely won't be travelling to Montreal this summer. But if i win, not only will i go to Mtl 2 or 3 times this summer, but i'll have won enough money to pay for a trip to Italy. What a summer i'll have if the Sens beat the habs!!

    I'm not sure if the Hamburgler will be able to repeat his dominance, but if he doesn't, the Sens have a quality replacement in Craig Anderson, who stoned the habs two years ago. But let's not forget that Carey Price hasn't been sharp over his past dozen games. Yes, he was absolutely fantastic for the most part of the season and will easily win the Vezina and possibly the Hart trophy. But he is quite aware that the Sens are not intimidated by him one bit. And if he falters or gets injured, their backup (Dustin Tockarski) isn't the quality of Ottawa's backup. To put it simply, Tockarski sucks and he's simply not an NHL-calibre goalie. And it's no secret that he will not be back with the team next season.

    And how is Max Pacioretty's health? A concussion isn't something to brush aside casually. It's an injury that can alter a player negatively for the rest of his career. Has Andrei Markov played too many games? Will he break if the habs manage to beat the Sens and advance into the playoffs? Will the habs' inept powerplay finally start working? Who will carry the load this season? Will it be Lars Eller once again? Who will take Rene Bourque's spot as the surprise sniper? Will PK start making dumb plays again which will lead to Ottawa goals? Will Galchenyuk finally start playing to his potential, or will he once again disappear? So many questions...........

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    Doc...it's a shame that Chris Neil isn't playing

    When is he expected back ?

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    Btw the move that PK SUBAN made was disgusting...he deserve a lottttttttttttt more in my book...good call from the referee...but should got even more...cant wait for the real decision by the league.....
    Donner une deuxième chance a quelqu'un qui ta trahi c'est comme donner une deuxième balle a quelqu'un qui ta manqué!!!

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    There's at least 10 slashes like that every game. The only difference is that not everyone dives and acts like they've been shot like Stone did.

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    Doc, you gotta come to Montreal at least once this summer for the parade in June, can you imagine Montreal this summer when they win the cup, it will be a very festive summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe.t View Post
    Doc, you gotta come to Montreal at least once this summer for the parade in June
    Doc's waiting for the next time the parade is held in Toronto. My compliments to the good doctor for being so patient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panthere View Post
    Btw the move that PK SUBAN made was disgusting...he deserve a lottttttttttttt more in my book...good call from the referee...but should got even more...cant wait for the real decision by the league.....
    I didn't see the game but I heard full details and everyone (outside Montreal) agrees with you. I heard he talked himself out of one penalty only to get tossed later for an even dirtier shot. Same old Subban, when he's not flopping he's trying to get away with being a cheap TERD!

    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-pu...005751448.html At 0:53 you can see Terdy take a sharp chop at the players wrist or hand. Of course the cover guys in Montreal don't think it was so bad.

    typical,

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    PK tsss tss tss if it was the same slash to a habs player I'd would ad called for a suspension ... He will be miss ,tonight 2p .
    But I will eat an hamburglar tomorrow with 4 pickles ....
    The habs won a fair game and the only way that the Sens could score was on the power play . We saw today what a great team is the Habs , always fighting never give up and ready to make that second effort like Flynn in the superb goal of Eller
    Smith-Pelley Flynn Mitchell Petry acquired by the DG made a big difference today. 5 on 5 the habs dominated the sens

    Its going to repeat on Friday night , Plecky is going to get in the head of Turris , Petry will play with Markov who is getting more and more brains laps ....

    This team rises to the challenge and Hammond is going very soon flip some burgers in cheap dive )
    GOHABSGO

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    It's playoffs, there are going to be slashes, dirty hits, cross checks, elbows, etc...the problem here is that it was PK and also player 61 looked like he got shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post

    I have a lot of money riding on this series. A lot. So much that if the Sens lose against the habs, i likely won't be travelling to Montreal this summer. But if i win, not only will i go to Mtl 2 or 3 times this summer, but i'll have won enough money to pay for a trip to Italy. What a summer i'll have if the Sens beat the habs!!


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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhUhWrqv9Js

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    Go figure the Sens fans and the Boston fan (hey, they weren't good enough to be there) are the Subban haters Did the slash warrant 5 and a game, probably but a suspension.......no way, especially given the fact that Stone was back in the lineup for the next game. If any of you saw the Rangers game where the slash in this video took place you will know that it in my opinion is worse than the slash by PK on Stone. The difference however is that the Ranger player being slashed wasn't a pussy, falling to the ice and rolling around like he had been shot, no, he continued leaving the call up to the ref. The result, a 2 minute penalty, this is the playoffs guys and the game is hockey, a contact sport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigerWould View Post
    Any predictions? Can Hammond actually outplay and beat Price? What will that do to Price's magical season?
    The results are in.

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