Mar 14, 2012

High 5s all around bitCHes ~ Habs win in a shootout, look out you sucking leaf and shit-stained broons

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  1. Beautiful beach, I wanna go.

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  2. High five, worth watching again.
    http://video.canadiens.nhl.com/videocenter/console?catid=66&id=164901

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  3. Watched the highlightsd again - good effort at times but5 not nearly enough shots on goal. That will be my pet peeve for the rest of the season. I want minimum 10 shotsa period, every period! Nothing less, loads more if possible.

    GYMFHG!

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    1. At least they beat the Bulldogs in shots. I think the Bulldogs ended their game with only 12 shots on net... Bad night.

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  4. Go Florida, Go Bolts.
    And go Sid.

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  5. Wow, DDD gets pinned.

    http://video.nhl.com/videocenter/console?catid=35&id=164881

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    1. ... and he still gets the puck out!

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    1. Good one.
      GO HABS GO!

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  11. So what'd I miss?

    Survivor was terrible

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  12. the Maritimer4:07 PM

    @Steve, he wouldn't be bad, maybe a bigger version of Pleks. I believe they will still get a top 5 pick. They won't run the table. They are going to pass the laffs though. That's OK, Burka has bigger problems than picking 3rd or 4th. Watch him deal that pick, Dough Boy, One of their Pylons on the back end and Reemer for Nash and Steve Mason, two Ontario boys. Cherry will ejaculate on national TV.

    I would just like to point out that my Saint John Sea Dogs featuring two (or more) future NHL stars in Jonathan Huberdeau and Nathan Beaulieu have clinched their third straight QMJHL regular season championship. First time in league history that has been accomplished. Now, if they can win another Memorial Cup they will have to be regarded as one of the best junior teams ever. Looking forward to the playoffs starting next week.

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    2. Go Seadogs, Gerald dont parley, pity.

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    3. the Maritimer4:16 PM

      If Filip Forsberg is anything like that Landeskog kid in Colorado, I'd take him in a New York minute.

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    4. the Maritimer4:20 PM

      Yeah, Gerard has the french surname but speaks only Maritime english. Still, he was Stevie Y's trusted wingman for many years in Detroit, watch and see if he doesn't end up in Tampa if Boucher gets the boot.

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  13. the Maritimer4:13 PM

    It's possible that we could see four (4) defence prospects in the Memorial Cup tournament if Saint John, London and Shawinigan all make it. If Vancouver or Tri-City make it from the west we could also see Gallagher or Holland as well. Still lots of hockey available for Montreal fans even after the Habs are golfing.

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    1. Yeah that Holland, how the fuck did that happen?

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    2. the Maritimer4:22 PM

      Feaster took pity on the Goat, he knew he was fucked after he took Kraperle off Rutherford's hands.

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    3. the Maritimer4:27 PM

      Oops, make that three (3) defence prospects. Beaulieu, Tinordi and Morgan Ellis. I must have been thinking of Brandon Gormley in Shawinigan as the other guy. He's a Phoenix prospect.

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  14. Good news, (Y) should be back tomorrow along with Blunden.
    Bad news, kaberle back too.

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  15. Should be some show tonight, Cool and the Gang opening for Van Halen. Get your funk on and then get your rock on.

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  16. High five kitty is awesome.

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  17. @High five all in good fun"

    http://tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=390444

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  18. Well somebody please explain to me why Yannick Weber (-7) is better than St. Denis(+1)? Is there something wrong about a stay at home defenceman who makes good decisions most of the time? What I have seen is that Weber is the perfect complement to Kaberle. Kaberle can't keep the puck in the zone from the hash marks and Weber fumbles it at the blue line on the other side. Of course I'm prejudiced in favor of the kid from the Rive Sud, home to Stephane Quintal, Butch Bouchard among others.

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  19. I just looked at the game by game individual stats for the two on RDS. As for Weber, it is worse than I thought. He is implicated at -1 in a ton of one goal losses.

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    1. I don't understand it either.

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  20. True story: I taught my parents dog Ziggy how to high five and he only does it with me. Well it's more of a "gimme five" than a high one, but I use "high five" as the call.

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