Nov 30, 2011

Louis Leblanc! Louis Leblanc! Louis Leblanc! - Ducks preview and open thread


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'stie de la marde c'est le meilleur joueur du Canadien depuis Stéphane Richer.

Oh, and maybe Markov.

Puck drops 10ish EST. Ducks are even worse than us, losers of seven straight, with a 6-13-4 record. That's something I guess.

109 comments:

  1. Way too late for me...What number will LLB be wearing then?

    Go Habs Go!!! Go Habs Go!!!!

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  2. Kmaxx, I think he's #71.

    GYFHG

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  3. Good luck GBH, score one for the flying frenchmen and your 4HF friends. 71 would be a perfect number.
    GYGHG

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  4. Chester8:50 AM

    Ducks ... what a stupid name for a sports franchise. How embarassing. No wonder they are tanking.

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  5. LLB play a great game just for Patches!

    GO LLB GO! GO LLB GO!

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  6. @Kmaxx, Stats for LLB

    http://canadiens.nhl.com/club/player.htm?id=8475183

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  7. Anonymous10:09 AM

    I think they are "unretiring" number 4 especially for him.

    -soperman

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  8. Chester10:34 AM

    Does Louis parler?

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  9. @Juce - Cheers for that...71 works I suppose

    @Soperman - that's what I was wondering too...either that or No. 10 - he is the 2nd coming after all!


    Go Habs Go!!! Go Habs Go!!!!

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  10. ti-cul11:44 AM

    Louis 10-4?

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  11. @29 some people are going to be very grateful if there are long form census papers, ops wrong blog, I mean highlights

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  12. Do you trade LLB, GHB, 10-4 and Louis Louis Louis Leblanc for Booby Ryan?

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  13. @Chester, he sure does.

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  15. No to beat a dead horse, but,
    http://www.montrealgazette.com/sports/Montreal+Canadiens+Pacioretty+doesn+agree+with+suspension/5785915/story.html

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  16. and Patches said Letang saw him.
    http://www.montrealgazette.com/sports/Letang+Pacioretty/5786996/story.html

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  17. Mr. natural2:20 PM

    @29, why didn't you mention Louis Leblanc? Bit of an omission on your part!

    Also we generally play shit against the shit teams. So as the Wolf said in Pulp Fiction (sorry moey) "Let's not start ..........just yet".

    ...and one more thing I think the people commenting in this forum should try and play up this kid they called up, Louis Leblanc is his name I think. Anyway I hope someone gets around to talking about him.

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  18. Hadulf2:26 PM

    Sorry guys, it's number 9 they are taking back down...just look at the picture above, it's quite obvious. Louis "Two Times Rocket" Leblanc.

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  20. Budda gets the start, Markov not ready.

    http://canadiens.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=604041&navid=DL|MTL|home

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  22. Meanwhile back in Hamilton, everyone is busy studying french and changing there name to Quebecois favorites.

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  23. Breaking:
    Apparently Letang is showing symptoms of concussion: headaches/trouble breathing. Because he has a virus he can't undergo testing for to confirm concussion.

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  24. On Kris Letang:
    Kris Letang suffered the hit to the head (in Montreal), a facial injury. He has felt fine for a couple days and skated with us after being evaluated a couple different ways on Monday. He skated with us, felt fine. Started to get some symptoms in New York. He also has a virus and some sickness. So there’s some other things going on there with Kris that he’s not even to the point where he can take a baseline test right now because he’s ill. He is suffering from a virus as well. So they are both in 24-48 hour (timelines), to kind of see where they both go from here.

    On Letang’s illness presenting symptoms that could be comparable to a concussion:
    Yes. In addition to the injury to the head, the shot to the head that produced a broken nose, flying (on the plane to New York produced) some of that swelling. So kind of we’re waiting to see over a precautionary 24-48 hours to see how they’re doing and go from there. But both are not going to be there (Thursday).

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  25. @juce,

    Letang should not have played right after that hit. Didn't they learn their lesson with Crosby?

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  26. ti-cul6:12 PM

    Louis Louis LeBlanc on RDS
    leef and retards on TSN

    Talk about a collective orgasm in the CTV sports studios all on the same night.

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  27. ti-cul6:49 PM

    my pre-game inner anxiety clock has started running already. But now I have to wait another 3 and half hours!!

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  28. I'm going to watch the leaf/bruin game praying that the rink gets hit with an giant asteroid and they both lose.

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  29. @Moey, absolutely right on both Letang and the asteroid.

    GYMFHG!

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  30. @Moey, Absolutely right on both Letang and the asteroid.

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  31. oops, must be getting old, repeating myself.

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  32. oops, must be getting old, repeating myself

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  33. Quack.

    Hey Carey! Since you're not playing tonight, just put Koivu in your hockey bag and bring him back home ;)

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  34. @31,

    *trying to choke back tears* I want my Saku back.

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  35. ti-cul9:53 PM

    Saku on RDS.

    Come hoooooooome!

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  36. I didn't watch, too sad.

    Now, GYMFHG
    GO LL

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  37. The freakin' place is empty, Saku deserves better!

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  38. @juce,

    Tell me about it! $18.00 gets you a ticket, a hot dog and a soft drink and it costs $10.00 for parking. I was there in the spring of 2010.

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  39. Habs better be up 5-0 halfway through the 2nd cause I need my beauty sleep and that's as far as I'll watch.

    GYFHG! Win 'em FOR PATCHES!!!

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  40. Ri,

    Me too. Okay, we're off to a decent start.

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  41. I just remembered Budaj is in nets. Better make it 8-0, boys. Don't wanna take any chances!

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  42. @Moey, Insane, it's almost worth flying out there to see the Habs, can't afford it here!

    @iRiRi, Faith!

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  43. Mr. natural10:36 PM

    The Habs should be banned from using the term Power Play when they have a man advantage

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  44. just got in. what'd i miss? how's LLB?

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  45. well that was a bad time to walk in

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  46. PP sucks, D sucking.

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  47. Mr. natural10:41 PM

    Nice line change, another example of our masterful bench management! We PHuckin' SUCK!!!!!

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  48. so we had like 5 minutes of PP that we blew? ahhh, good times

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  49. 0 for 19 streak on the PP now. impressive!

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  50. Gill's like 2 players out there on the PK

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  51. Gill is a solid player.

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  52. Budda's doing well.

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  53. That broken stick cost us.

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  54. assist to the broken stick for sure

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  55. Well, let's see if we cane plant one on this pp. shish!

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  56. cmon boys, make it 0 for 20!

    anyone know the NHL record for longest scoreless PP streak? are we close?

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  57. I think it was the goons last year.

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  58. Mr. natural11:17 PM

    PHuck this shit, I'm going to bed

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  59. cmon Mr n stick around. we're all going to remember this game as the moment this season fell apart

    0 for 20! woooo!!!!

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  60. So much for that.
    GYFHG FFS

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  61. Most consecutive power play chances without a goal: 30, set by the 2010-11 Boston Bruins.

    There is so much irony in that i don't even know where to start

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  62. alright here comes 21! we're creeping up on that record

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  63. 5th PP, it's like they want to give it to us. So go take it, already.

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  64. Josh Gorges is the stalwart of the Habs defence. I love him to death. he should not be on the PP

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  65. Let's not match that one.

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  66. 9 more to tie the record!

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  67. Well that was a lot of nothing.

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  68. NO NO NO, don't want to have that in common with those freakin' goons.

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  69. still 20 minutes to waste more PP's

    OK we need some comedy interlude. for you juce, and any lurkers, I present the 1979 Rangers Sassoon jeans commercial

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  70. this episode of Cupcake Wars on Food Network is way more entertaining than the Habs

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  71. Well, another 20min for them to make it right.

    GYMFHG!

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  72. Habs 1-9-2 when trailing after 2. that's not... good

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  73. Ducks show Habs how to score on a PP.
    Phuck.

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  74. If we lose, what are the chances JM gets chopped?

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  75. maybe if the Habs go 0-3 in Cali we can fire JM? maybe?

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  76. juce we're on the same page!

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  77. Another PP, make it work.

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  78. 29, maybe it can happen, if we all put our minds together!

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  79. What wasted opportunities.

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  80. Lebrow seems to be doing ok.

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  81. uh oh, we're in the box.

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  82. Lebrow, heh. that shit is kinda freaking me out

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  83. Back to the box.

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  84. PFK again! Not good at all.

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  85. this now pathetic beyond words

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  86. we're horrible (JM creeping into back of my mind)

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  87. I know a lot can happen in 4mins but I just don't think so tonight.

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  88. we can still waste 2 PPs in 4 minutes!

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  89. PP, let's break that streak
    GHG GHG GHG GHG GHG

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  90. this was embarrassing

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  91. juce your presence was the highlight of the night. sleep well

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  92. @29 &@juce - wsell done to you both for keeping the comments rolling past 100.

    So I wake and look at the news - Ducks fire Caryle - that muist mean something good for the Habs last night...but wait...Ducks WIN 4-1! and they fire the coach! WTF!!!?? Methinks the wrong team fired their coach last night...and the biggest surprise...they hired BRUCE BOUDREAU!!!!

    Oh yeah...almost forgot - less than 8 minutes for LLB - 18+ for Squid and over 20 for Gionta - nice bench management by the Count obviously...

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  93. Mr. natural5:58 AM

    @29 that Sassoon ad was Da Bomb!

    @Kmaxx, WTF gets you up at 4:00 AM, Fishing? Golf? Psychosis, paranoia, delirium induced from watching JM destroy the Habs?

    I weep....

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  94. @Mr n - if I may speak for Kmaxx, he's really only up at 9 AM. he's in the UK somewhere

    new thread is up

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  95. @29, thank you, however given the Habs performance, it didn't take much.

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  96. I'm typing a comment on a blog post from days a go because the CBC wants me to film them

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  97. This is me typing on my blog. Can you see thiis on the CBC?

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  98. Here's what's important - I hope the Habs beat the Bruins tonight!!!

    Go Habs Go!!!!

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