Mar 7, 2012

Feeling a draft ~ Habs get CHinooked, keep going Southier whilst out West

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152 comments:

  1. R U getting' a new iPad to watCH the Habs in glorious HD, at ultra fast speed and possibly touCH sensitive?

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  2. Geez, how Southier can we go? (rhetorical)

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  3. Statue of Mario revealed today.

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  4. I know this is long (30min):

    "KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice".

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4MnpzG5Sqc

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    1. Just want to add, I am not suggesting that anyone make any donations, just wanted to share.

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  5. We are still in third place, come on lose better.

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  6. Looks like we might be facing the fucking sucking cockroaching leaf on April 7th, for a better draft pick.

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    1. Double shift the mexicant, and make KA Ca play the whole game no rest.

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    2. That's a must lose game! From what I've been seeing I'm confident les boys are up to the challenge. They better not disappoint.

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    3. Wait, are we saying the Habs should lose to the leaf??!

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    4. NO - Never say that ever - no matter how bad it gets - never!

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

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    5. Thank God! I was still trying to pull the knife out of my heart.

      GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO!

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    6. Class before crass. Always.

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    7. I have a bet on the Habs - Leafs season series. If the Habs lose to the Leafs on April 7th they will lose the season series and I have to wear a stinking Leaf jersey at work all day. And yes it is a stinking Leaf jersey - poorly made with mustard stains and whatnot all over it. GYFHG!!!! Total goal spread is the tiebreaker so winner of that game wins the bet.....

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  7. Go Penguins! Go Penguins! Go Penguins!

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    1. Pens are playing the admitted 'third stringer' goalie. Can it get any funnier for fucked up leaf fans?

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  8. Rangers dump Avery, nobody picked him up on waivers, guess nobody wanted their 'sloppy seconds'. What goes around, comes around.

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  9. Sorry, I think it's the medication.

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    1. NyQuil with Rum or DayQuil with Vodka?

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    2. Sadly, just the legally prescribed kind for the tonsillitis. But I get all the Ice cream I want!

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  10. The Maritimer7:00 PM

    As long as the shit leaf is 4 points ahead on April 7, then by all means beat them senseless!

    Looks like 8 long years of no playoffs in T.O. What a fuckin' shame.
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!

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  11. tsn is weeping for loopholed. Sick fucks.

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    1. Plus they really suck leaf dick, hard.

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  12. Who'd ever thought Blues tops, Habs flops.

    The only redeeming quality so far is the leaf sucking.

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  13. Lupul out 3-4 weeks, "critical loss at cricial time of the year"
    boo hoo hoo

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  14. blob looks, sounds drunk on leaf.

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  15. What ever will the TorontoleafSuckingNetwork do once the laffs are out of the playoffs?
    tsk tsk.

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  16. I'm watching The River, it puts me off going to the Amazon. Well that and penis fish.

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  17. Sabres tied at 2 in the 2nd.
    Spacek scored the only goal in the 1st.

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  18. ti-cul8:27 PM

    Go Titsburg go.

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  19. ray ferraROAR is besides himself. STFU you leaf sucker.

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  20. Sabres win in OT.

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  21. moeman How was 'Rampart'?

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    1. Bloody great. Ellroy is my have author. Love Harrelson.

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    2. Don't go to movies much, but I'd like to see that one.

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    3. Might be hard to find as I don't think it is mainstream enough for mass appeal. Check the indy screens.

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  22. Thieeson? is doing pretty good for only his 2nd NHL game.

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  23. ti-cul10:04 PM

    Dear Pens, good job with the heart wrenching win to the leef.

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  24. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAH!
    loser leaf lose!

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  25. Roach Coach hahahaha

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  26. ti-cul10:11 PM

    @ Juce If you use utorrent, Rampart is available here;

    http://thepiratebay.se/torrent/6851617/Rampart_2011_DVDSCR_XviD-ViP3R.

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  27. Mr. natural10:24 PM

    In Laffs land they celebrate 2 wins against the Oilers and Habs in the last 13 games, oh yeah + 1 loser point, it was brutal listening to everyone there talk like they had turned the corner after the win against the Habs.

    Sabres win, Laffs lose not looking good baby!

    The fantasy world they live in is difficult to comprehend, anyway that's not my worry for the next 8 days, Hasta la proxima amigos, sun, sand, cigars and rum.

    adios muchachos

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    1. Mr.n, Wishing you and all the Mr.natural family a great vacation.
      Cheers.

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  29. CANADIENS SIGN F HOLLAND TO THREE-YEAR CONTRACT
    http://tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=389727

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    1. The prize of the Cammalleri trade.

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  30. MONTREAL – Montreal Canadiens general manager Pierre Gauthier announced Wednesday night the signing of forward Patrick Holland to a three-year contract (2012-13 to 2014-15). As per club policy, financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

    In 66 games with the WHL’s Tri-City Americans, Holland ranks sixth in the league and third on the Americans with 101 points (24 goals and 77 assists). He ranks first in the WHL in assists (77) and tied for second in the league in shorthanded assists (5). The 6’00’’ and 175 lbs right winger displays a +37 plus/minus differential and served 44 penalty minutes.

    A native of Lethbridge, Alberta, Holland, 20, has recorded 199 points (62 goals and 137 assists) in 197 games since his junior debut with Tri-City in 2008-09. He was drafted by the Calgary Flames in the seventh round, 193rd overall at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. Holland was acquired from the Flames last January 12 with Rene Bourque and a second round draft pick in 2013, in return for Michael Cammalleri, Karri Ramo and a fifth round draft pick in 2012.

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    1. Would it not be great if this kid was the real deal. I cant think of a great trade Montreal has made in the last 20 years.

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  31. Lots of hockey tonight.
    GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO!

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  32. Go Islanders /Go Sabres / Go Tampa / Go Jets and Go Caps.

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  33. http://www.montrealgazette.com/sports/Habs+face+Oilers+battle+28th+place/6266818/story.html

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  34. Montreal Canadiens: Leaving home at 16 helped Ryan White develop

    http://www.montrealgazette.com/sports/Montreal+Canadiens+Leaving+home+helped+Ryan+White+develop/6260665/story.html

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  35. We have to lose to nite, its a 4 point loss, and the good news is Gomez is playing. Budda better be in net

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  36. the Maritimer9:28 AM

    When this season is finally, mercifully over I am hoping and praying that Geoff Molson takes a long hard look at his management team. The Montreal Canadiens have (I hope) reached the bottom. No more Gomez or Kaberle band-aids added to an already weak roster. Build from within and return the Canadiens to their rightful place as an upper echelon team. This year presents an unprecedented opportunity to get a headstart on this mission. Geoff, get a new, young forward thinking executive to implement the changes the team needs to make. Bob Gainey can still be an ambassador for the Canadiens like the Flower. Stop trying to market and live off past glories like the stupid ML$E. The fans in Montreal and in general won't buy it. We want a team that can actually challenge for the Cup not merely make the bottom four and hope for the best. I've had enough of that crap, thanks.

    @Steve, even though the Habs are now titless, a great set of legs can more than make up for their loss.

    Take note: the Oilers always play the Habs hard and probably don't want to pick second overall after picking first the last two years. This game starts too late for me, so carry on Juce, you are the numero uno fan on this site. KmaXXX is a close second. Maritimer, out.

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  37. Will do Maritmer.
    GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO!

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  38. How appropriate/ironic that Ryan White was on a team called the Hitmen, partially owned by Bret 'The Hitman' Hart? Cool.

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  39. Go habs go!. GO habs GO!

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    1. ya baby!
      GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO!

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    1. My mathematically challenged brain hurts now.

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    1. obviously that is the 3rd pick overall

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    2. Interesting.
      I found another link there ,when The Queen was still just a princess and went to a HABS game. Guess they didn't have sound back then, but I thought it was cool.

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  43. The teacher said, "Let's begin by reviewing some American history.

    Who said 'Give me Liberty, or give me Death'?"

    She saw a sea of blank faces, except for Little Hodaiki a bright foreign
    exchange student from Japan, who had his hand up: 'Patrick Henry, 1775', he
    said.

    'Very good!'

    Who said, 'Government of the People, by the People, for the People, shall not perish from the Earth?'

    Again, no response except from Little Hodaiki: 'Abraham Lincoln, 1863'.

    'Excellent!' said the teacher continuing, 'let's try one a bit more
    difficult...'

    Who said, 'Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country?'

    Once again, Hodaiki's was the only hand in the air and he said:

    'John F. Kennedy, 1961'.

    The teacher snapped at the class, 'Class, you should be ashamed of
    yourselves, Little Hodaiki isn't from this country and he knows more about our history than you do.'

    She heard a loud whisper: 'F . . k the Japs,'

    'Who said that? I want to know right now!' she angrily demanded.

    Little Hodaiki put his hand up, 'General MacArthur, 1945.'

    At that point, a student in the back said, 'I'm gonna puke.'

    The teacher glared around and asks, 'All right! Now who said that!?'

    Again, Little Hodaiki said, 'George Bush to the Japanese Prime Minister,
    1991.'

    Now furious, another student yelled, 'Oh yeah? Suck this!'

    Little Hodaiki jumped out of his chair waving his hand and shouted to the teacher, 'Bill Clinton, to Monica Lewinsky, 1997!'

    Now with almost mob hysteria someone said, 'You little shit. If you say
    anything else, I'll kill you.'

    Little Hodaiki frantically yelled at the top of his voice, "Michael Jackson
    to the child witness testifying against him, 2004.'

    The teacher fainted.

    As the class gathered around the teacher on the floor, someone said, 'Oh shit, We're screwed!'

    Little Hodaiki said quietly, 'The Montreal Canadiens, 2012.'

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    1. heh, good stuff Moey.

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    2. Nice one Moey!

      Go Habs Go!

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    3. Priceless, cause he is the only perfect hab

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    4. He was, then the goat traded him for the mexicant's brother.

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  44. As much as I want Les Boys to win, I would take a "good loss" tonight (if there ever is such a fucking thing)

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  45. Look at the bright side, if they lose, they fall to 29th place.

    If you told me that in September, I would have rolled over from all the laughter. *sighs*

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  46. Tonight we fight over GRIGORENKO!

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    1. two teams trying to lose with being obvious, it is like the conclusion of a great movie

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  47. Too late for me tonight - but I'll watch the highlights before most of you are up..'cept O Man I suspect.

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

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    1. Sleep tight KmaXXX.
      GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO!

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  48. Sabres / goons tied @1 in the 3rd.

    GO SABRES!

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  49. 8yrs ago today, Bertuzzi hit Steve Moore. Moore still receives medical treatment.

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  50. 1 year ago today, FUCKING APE hit Patches. YOU FUCKING MORON!!!!

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    1. I remember sreaming at the TV, OMG YOU FUCKING ASSHOLE, YOU KILLED HIM! It was a horrible horrible moment. I still can't watch the replays.

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    2. Mediots proved to be as big if not bigger morons on and after that despicable day, detailing the display of pre-determined destruction of an opponent. broons will forever be a tainted organization, for many reasons.

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    3. Another thing that still pisses me off to this day, nobody on the team did anything about it. Bruin's walked off scott free.

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    4. I jumped to my feet, also cursing fucking Chara and the broons. The phone rang, it was my daughter calling from work. I started crying and told her Patches was down and he's not getting up. She usually shakes off my emotional HABS rants, but Patches is her favourite player. She said she would call me time to time to see if he's ok.
      I remember the whole Bell Centre was on their feet, I cannot imagine how horrifying it must have been to be there at that moment.
      Patches, I thank God you are here.

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    5. Saw the footage of the hit on the news tonight. Still gives me the chills.

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    6. Best news is Max is OK.

      Saddendum, Dr. Recchi's sick comments, post, haste.

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    7. I was at the game where it happened and let me tell you juce, it was awful. Hockey play gone wrong my ass. The place went dead silent like tomb when he was on the ice and afterwards, the rest of the game was mighty uncomfortable for Bruins fans that were there.

      There were also some Bruins players who stood and cheered the hit after it was replayed on the screen (and Pac was on the ice with everyone wondering if the guy was dead). One of the guys that cheered was Thornton.

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  51. GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO!

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  52. Sens smacking NYR.

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  53. So when do the leaf lose er play again? Misery loves company.

    They just showed footage of Cunnyworth having a wee word with Borque at practice. Not easy to get through to someone in a coma. *sigh* Just what we need, another floater.

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    1. leaf play again Saturday vs Flyers.

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    2. leaf lose again Saturday vs Flyers.

      GYakupovFHG!

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    3. AK46 was less of a floater than Bourque.

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  54. Why is Kaberle even allowed to put skates on?

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  55. Dueling powerplays. (For what it's worth, Habs were faster).

    NYR have the shitiest powerplay in the League while the Oilers have the best powerplay in the League.

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  56. sadhabsfan10:27 PM

    Heloise Hint:
    Sweet Chili Heat Doritos dipped in scotch tastes good and makes this game almost enjoyable.

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    1. And he almost got 30!

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    2. He'll get it.

      Fuck you chara!

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    3. Fucking APE. Actually that's insulting to apes...

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    4. Im proud of our Habs fans who cheered when PleXXE hit chara in the face with the puck! And they cried about it, sick fucks!

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  58. Get Kaberle off the ice!

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  59. GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO!

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  60. Kaberle's job is to fuck up the momentum or any momentum attempted while on the powerplay.

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  61. Anonymous10:45 PM

    Scott Gomez is awesome

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  62. Oh good Gomer is back. Look forward to seeing him play 22 minutes again.

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  63. As I was saying about Kaberle.......

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    1. yup, he's fucking up the momentum alright.

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  64. GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO!

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  65. Toronto verifying.

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  66. They reversed, say it didn't entirely cross the red line.
    Shit.

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    1. They are screwing their own leaf.

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  67. Anonymous11:05 PM

    obvious conspriracy

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  68. Urge. To. Shove. Kaberle. In. Trunk. And. Dumping. It. In. Timbuktu. Rising.

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  69. Desharnais left during 2nd won't be back for 3rd. Hope he's ok.

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  70. GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO!

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    1. 1st ppg since 2010.

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    2. Shit, now they'll give him more ice time.

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  72. Shit, they might accidentally win. They can't even lose right.

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  73. Do the Chris Campoli! *TwitchesUselesslyInFrontOfTaylorHall*

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  74. GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO! GO HABS GO!

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  75. 30!

    PK is all class.

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  76. Chara can suck on those 30 BALLS.

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  77. Morning all!! - Hey Lookie here - a win! 30 goals for Patches - Fuck you Chara! FULC scored but should not have been on the ice after that ridiculous pass that cost the Habs a goal - it should be the last goal he ever scores for the Habs because HE SHOULD NEVER WEAR A HABS JERSEY EVER AGAIN! I know he probably has more PP points than any other Hab but honestly, he's a fuckin' goal against waiting to happen. He's a FULC and he always will be a FULC! Send him back there now! They love him and will always love him because he will forever be a FULC!!

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  78. No. 30!!!!!!!!!!!

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  79. So what'd I miss?

    Kaberle scored? I must be dreaming.

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