Jan 9, 2016

How ya' feelin' ? ~ Game 42 vs. Pens

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98 comments:

  1. On the 'emotient' CHart,

    I'm 1st row, far right.

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    1. Coming to your iOS device; http://www.emotient.com

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    2. I am bottom row far left..

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    3. Anonymous12:09 PM

      I am first row number 2, mellow

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    4. I'll probably be going through all of them tonight.

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  2. Anonymous12:10 PM

    Get out the Kesseltracker, Go YO FUcking Habs go. If we lose stab EMty in the cock

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  3. I'm off to the cottage, land of no wi-fi, no cable, no tv. So no hockey or playoff football for me tonight, but a nice evening with lobster and wine on the menu. Enjoy your evenings.

    GYMFHG

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    1. Easy on the butter.

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    2. Only wining and dining? Dessert?

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  4. May check in but I am with SAMCROW tonite, got to finish season five and six and I got season seven from the library due on Monday.

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  5. I have a 6 am Sunday start so I won't be around either tonight. Just fucking win no help restore my faith. Go you fucking Habs Go!

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  6. the Maritimer6:42 PM

    How do ml$e and the putrid leaf manage to get the primetime slot on a Saturday night playing on the west coast? What the hell? Anybody else is the late game. The people in Toronto don't like staying up late to watch their losers?

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  7. the Maritimer7:05 PM

    The Fried Man says that Drouin could "potentially" be traded to Montreal. It would cost them more than Big Mac... more likely gCHuk. No thanks. I'd rather tank the rest of the year, get crack at Matthews and then try to fuck the leaf out of Stamkos.

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    1. Drouin has 'potential' but could also turn out to be a bust. I'd rather keep gCHyuk

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    2. that would be like trading DDD for Ovie. Big Mac is as high as I would go. gCHuck a laff

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  8. 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. Steak, baked potatoe, skipped the veg.

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  10. When you are losing money hand over fist you send an entire 'team' out west to cover a joke? SFU

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    1. When you own the media and vice versa, you get the starts you want.

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  11. phat phil so frustrated broke his stick when he got back to the bench.

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  12. Got to the game late, did I miss Sara?

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  13. Auger says Lb should have got a penalty for his head shot on Bonino, the league may look at it.

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  14. Habs spending too much time in their own end.

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  15. Wow! Sheik is on fire!

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  16. the Maritimer7:48 PM

    Sheer chaos!!

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  17. Seeing the replay, DSP made a good ply covering the net too.

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  18. 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!! Go Habs Go!!!!!!!


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  19. CaCHe the pucker.

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  20. the Maritimer8:14 PM

    The scoring woes continue. These guys are making that sieve Fleury look good. And that takes some doing.

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  21. the Maritimer8:25 PM

    Vodkov let that guy go.

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  22. the Maritimer8:32 PM

    I don't understand how they can play this bad for this long. I have to believe they are playing to get eMTy fired. If they are out of a playoff spot by the All Star break it has to happen.

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  23. PFK!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  24. the Maritimer8:38 PM

    Plaid blew that one.

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  25. 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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  26. the Maritimer8:40 PM

    At least the laffs and burn-yay are getting spanked. 3 zip Sharks so far.

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  27. the Maritimer8:43 PM

    Can't blame Sheik for either goal. The D let two guys in home free and untouched.

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  28. the Maritimer8:52 PM

    Yawn.

    Getting sleeeepppyyyyy..........

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  29. 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!! 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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  30. the Maritimer9:25 PM

    Plaid benched ... he might as well pack his bags with TinTin, he's got no future in Montreal under the buffoon.

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  31. Fucking refs, no call for Lego when Cole had his hand around his neck and dragging him down though.

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  32. Sharks touchdown over leaf.

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  33. the Maritimer9:34 PM

    burn-yay has given up a TD plus the extra point. 7 zip Sharks

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  34. 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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  35. Cash the damn thing, FFS.

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  36. the Maritimer9:37 PM

    At least the Habs have got one past the sieve tonight.

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    1. Fleury's saving them now....prick.

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    2. I don't know if he even saw the puck on the last save, did he?

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  37. the Maritimer9:44 PM

    Turn out the lights juce, I'm outta here. Have a good night.

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  38. 20secs to CaCHe it, 6 on 4.

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  39. Of FFS, Vodkov turns it over, they score the EN

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  40. Turds 2-1 over broons in OT

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  41. Renaud Lavoie ‏@renlavoietva 5m5 minutes ago
    Chances are high that Carey Price will resume skating before the All-star break. When ? Nobody knows for sure.

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  42. the Maritimer9:42 AM

    Good Morning everyone! Apparently things got a little testy between Max and PK during the post-game interviews. Trouble in paradise? Maybe if they each punched eMTy in the gut they'd both feel better.

    The way things are trending GMMB may end up a seller at the trade deadline which would be a switch for him. But, after many years of observation one thing I have noticed is Montreal usually gets their shit together by early March and gets on a roll that will put them in the playoffs. They will win a round or two and we will be saying "wait 'til next year!" Shampoo, rinse, repeat.

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    1. maybe we need less hygine, its making us thin on top

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  43. expect a EMty fire or a fire sale, PFK for Stinky and Drouin

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    1. the Maritimer3:44 PM

      The fans in Montreal would riot if PFK were traded. Fuckface will be long gone before 76 ever is.

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  44. my comment is like the script from Deadwood
    http://www.pajiba.com/trade_news/deadwood-the-movie-is-happening-let-the-celebratory-swearing-begin-goddamnit-.php

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  45. Ouf 7-1 Caps over turds in the 3rd.

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  46. 501st for Ovie.

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  47. Nothing matters anymore. David Bowie is dead.

    I've never cried over a celebrity death before. But he was more than a celebrity. He was an alien. He was my alien. I remember finding that Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars album at my sister's record shop when I was 12. It changed my life. It taught me what life was.

    Go on you silly alien. This world was never big enough for you anyway.

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    1. The stars look very different today...RIP David Bowie...

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    2. + appropriate K3X

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  48. I don't know who this guy is, but I think he just summed up a very big part of what makes Bowie so important to so many people:

    "I loved David Bowie because you knew if it was Ok for him to be David Bowie it was just fine to be yourself"

    https://twitter.com/shutupmikeginn/status/686442758874120192

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  49. the Maritimer8:02 AM

    Wow! RIP Ziggy Stardust. One of the great ones from rock's greatest era.

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    1. The world lost one of the greatest most innovative artist we’ve know. R.I.P. David Bowie.

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  50. RIP Ziggy. One of the highlights of my life was a road trip to Montreal in 1980 to see him at the old fourm. Where alledgedly I took out one of the house sized plate glass windows trying to make a door out of a window. Amongst the giants he stands as tall as anyone.

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    1. Saw him at the Molson Centre in 2003. He had cancelled several stops just before due to illness and we were worried, but he was out of this world (appropriately). He told us he cancelled those other ones to make sure he was ready for Montreal, one of his favourite cities in the world. Sometimes rock stars say that stuff to pander to the crowd, but it just felt so genuine. He gave us several encores. When he started with Life on Mars I melted. Got me through some tough times as an outcast teen. Shit, that song still gets me through some tough times as an adult. He just seemed so larger than life but yet still totally there and small. Like an alien walking out of his spacecraft.

      Haha, I remember some Boomers around us offering us some of their dope. I never felt so straight edge as to turn to a 45 year old woman and say, "NO! I want to remember this for as long as possible!"

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  51. R.I.P David Bowie Man, I used to play his LP,s over and over when I was young on something making a comeback as a retro item, called a record player.

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  52. And make sure you check out the album Bowie just released called Blackstar a few days ago (on his birthday, which he shared with Elvis who he idolized). Only Bowie could create performance art out of his death. No one outside his circle even knew he was sick, everyone just thought it was a meditation on the inevitability of demise. Which, in the end, I guess it was.

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    1. And don't think him holding on until he turned 69 was an accident. You can take David Bowie out of the lovable slimeball phase, but you can't take the lovable slimeball phase out of David Bowie.

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  53. Might break the records for the most 'fucks' in a movie.

    http://tvline.com/2016/01/07/deadwood-movie-reunion-hbo-premiere-date/

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  54. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsvuipGq2ns

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  55. If the broons win vs the rags tonight, they will knock the Habs to replace them on a wildcard spot because of games in hand. The rags are tied for points with the Habs on also have games in hand. OUF.

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    1. the Maritimer6:13 PM

      I haven't looked at the standings since the start of the nose dive but I am not surprised by this fact. By the end of next week after playing Chicago twice and St. Louis on the road they should be well ensconced in a lottery pick position, barring an unexpected win or two. The absence of Carey Price combined with the offence going completely cold for a month or more has sunk the Habs and they may not be able to recover. Confidence is a funny thing and when you lose it you never know when you will get it back. Injuries have been a huge factor in Montreal this season. It happens. Remember last year, the defending Stanley Cup champion LA Kings failed to make the playoffs. I listen to a podcast of Habs Lunch today and I agree with Marinaro and the other guy that Bergevin will not fire Therrien during the season no matter how much they lose. Nothing would be gained by it. Let the chips fall and address it (and the lack of two top six forwards) during the off season. If they fail to make the playoffs I don't think you will see Turtlepleks or Vodkov back with the team. Pleks can't be a top two center and Markov has really lost a step in his play. He was really awful last Saturday night. He should be a 3rd pairing guy at this stage of his career but Therrien refuses to demote his veterans and refuses to play the younger players so they can develop. This is all just my observation and I know nothing.

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    2. Wrong their brother M. You know a lot and although somewhat sometimes reserved, you say what most of us think.

      Still half the season to go. I say make the playoffs and see what happens. Should TFS™ be back and in full form, one never knows what could happen round by round.

      Too soon to shit on DGMB but I have little left for MT2.

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    3. the Maritimer9:22 PM

      Thanks for the vote of confidence brother moe. Regarding MT2, every coach has a shelf life and his seems to be in the 3-4 year range. That was about his time the first go around in Montreal and in Pitt and it's where it's at now. As far as making the playoffs, I agree, lots of games to be played yet so we'll see. My biggest concern is about Price's knee... I've got a feeling he will be going under the knife at some point.

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    4. the Maritimer9:26 PM

      Forgot, I would not dump on GMMB, he has been forthright from the start, he was going to build the team through the draft. Which is why he is doing a lot of tinkering around the periphery.

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    5. @the M: I agree MB will not fire MT, and I actually think he won't fire him in the off season even if they miss the playoffs. MB is a good GM but I think so far he's shown he has his blind spots and coaching is one of them. Price will be the excuse given, but the reality is Price being injured has just exposed the problems that have been there all along.

      I also disagree that letting him go now is pointless. Each game he keeps standing behind that bench is another game where the young players don't get a chance to develop properly and where guys like PK are stifled even more. It's a sign from management to the players and fans that they don't care about being successful, and that friendships/politics are more important than winning. Not that I think changing the coach will magically transform this team, but it would be a start. Keeping MT at this point is admitting defeat for the season.

      But whatever. It's just hockey. The East is pretty weak outside a couple of teams and Price may well return in time to win a few games and sneak them into the playoffs. And then everything will be 'fine' again. Just like 1994-2011. Juuuuuuuuuuust enough, and nothing more.

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  56. the Maritimer7:55 AM

    The Habs just don't have that truly elite player to get them over the hump. GMMB says the only way to get them is on a PlayStation, unless your name is Jim Nill, so unless you are drafting in the top 3 I don't know what the answer is. Picking 25th every year gets you Joe Average most times.

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  57. Chester8:27 AM

    You know.
    His Flashyness should stop running his mouth.
    He isn't the coach or the Captain.
    He should go and put on his purple pimp outfit and go work for CBC.
    9 million dollars OMFG.
    Go Habs

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