Oct 24, 2011

Feeling flushed?

... and away go the Habs troubles, down the drain ...
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34 comments:

  1. We should have to play Edmonton next, old vs new and see if we can lose both ways. I did not watch the third, I watched Dexter cause I figured it would be less bloody.

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  2. Heeeeey Cole didn't know he scored a goal. He was not pleased. It just gets better and better...

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  3. Wow, a goalie who let's in less than 3 and has a save % over .900. Gee I wish Price could play with a defense like that, but he's just stuck with a completely different bunch of losers.

    I kid, I kid. I would never question our Messiah. Price is GREAT!

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  4. the BaruCH4:33 AM

    Can't wait for them to win a game again!

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  5. @BaruCH: it's like being a Jewish kid waiting for Christmas.

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  6. The only time Florida should be an issue is during the awful year-end tropical tour. If there is a ray of hope, it is that the young d-corps that every game caller pinpoints as a weakness is actually alot better looking than the veterans. That and AK seems like he was plugged in overnight and can play with a full charge. I am grasping at straws people as it is what our house is made of at this point.

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  8. Hadulf9:21 AM

    Meh, I thought I'd be doing better this morning...Nope...Still feel like there was sand in the vaseline...

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  10. Jagr, Jagr, Jagr, the Goats shame shines. Get well soon Pricker, with Proger out we will beat the Phuctards.

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  11. Hit the road jack

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  12. Did I miss anything?

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  13. Free ice cream. It was opposite day.

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  14. @ Habs fan 29, why so shy? Maybe I was correct you are a vampire.

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  15. As dismal as it seems(is), as of today, we are only 2 points behind the broons in same number of games. I will be optimistic and say HABS turn it around this week.
    Rumor is, Patches may have a broken wrist.

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  16. L Dude5:57 PM

    It's my fault. I took Patches in my office pool. I also have Malkin (knee), Carter (foot) and Hemsky (shoulder). With MaxPac's wrist, I am just one head injury shy of my own personal Frankenstein. *checks team* Simon Gagne seems like the most worthy and probable candidate.

    I think we're looking at a 1-1-1 record over the next 3 games. 1, 1, 1 LESS EMOTIONLESS DICK behind the bench - AH AH AH!

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  17. @LDude
    I know, you can put your scientific skils together and build a us SUPER HAB!
    We will then obliterate all competition.

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  18. But don't get a broon's head, that would just be sick.

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  19. Looks like JM bounces players back & forth to Hamilton as much as he switches lines on the ice.
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    Aaron Palushaj recalled from Hamilton
    Tuesday, 25.10.2011 / 5:10 PM / News
    canadiens.com


    PRESS RELEASE

    MONTREAL – The Montreal Canadiens announced Tuesday that forward Aaron Palushaj has been recalled from the AHL Hamilton Bulldogs.

    Assigned to the Bulldogs on October 23, the 22-year old forward registered two assists at his lone game with the Bulldogs this season, on October 8 against Rochester.

    In four games with the Canadiens this season, Palushaj recorded two shots on goal and four hits, while averaging 5:47 of ice time per game.

    The Canadiens will play their next game this Wednesday, October 26 against the Philadelphia Flyers at the Bell Centre.

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  20. LDude, trade for kessel.

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  21. You know what, you know something, you get old. I am in the old place. What did I learn, mostly I liked being young. Liefewise, wait long enough with the right lure and the fish will come.
    In hockey dont give up so soon. Untill a playe4 is 25 they are unknowable. They are putty in the hands of what we hope are old hands. There are no shortcuts. This is the biggest failure of the Goat era. Maybe Gainey who I love as a god as well. No shortcuts to heaven as a pastifarin, got to investigate every restaurant.

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  22. Yes I am the new Steve Jobs, OWN Jobs

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  23. Sacrifice the goat

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  24. I miss many of my old FHF commenters, where are you?

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  25. the BaruCH7:31 PM

    Hilarious comment from HIO
    "What the hell to Frankenberry and Booberry have to say about this?"

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  26. PatCHes only has a slight tear (rhymes with scare)!

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  27. the Maritimer9:18 PM

    Hey Guys! The Maritimer is now home safe and sound. As I crossed the Cartier bridge and checked the rear view mirror, the city wasn't in flames...as yet.

    If anyone's interested, Mr. Boone has chronicled my journey in today's Gazette.

    Thanks to Juce for keeping me company Saturday night at Hurley's.

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  28. @the Martimer
    It was truly a pleasure!

    Wonderful article, see you made it to the Hall of Fame.

    Maybe next time we'll get to watch a winning game.

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  29. The BJ's are catching up

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  30. Patches is Wolverine.

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  31. Anonymous12:51 AM

    message for Steve: Is this your work too!?!?

    http://www.wired.com/underwire/2011/10/lego-man-beached/

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  32. @anon, there are only 3 of us now.

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  33. Go vent on the new thread whilst I google for prescription drugs.

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