Tiger wrote:Good game to watch and will enjoy watching Vancouver beat the Habs, who haven't won a game in Vancouver since November 2000 .. .. I remember 70's, 80's and 90's years when we were a pushover for Montreal.. Good to see Hamhuis back too !!
Island Nucklehead wrote:Tiger wrote:Good game to watch and will enjoy watching Vancouver beat the Habs, who haven't won a game in Vancouver since November 2000 .. .. I remember 70's, 80's and 90's years when we were a pushover for Montreal.. Good to see Hamhuis back too !!
Pretty sad start for the boys tonight. Montreal has sucked lately, and it's obvious they're up for this game. Shots 10-1 Mtl halfway through the first.
Canucks better get their heads out of their asses... because they're about to get embarrassed at home to an extremely mediocre team.
Next up the Blues, which also suck, but have we beaten them this year ? I know we have lost to them twice, so we don't match up well against them.
Habs are not mediocre, although they have played that way recently. Injuries... But they obviously were jacked up tonight. And you can't count their performance on the pond hockey heritage game which is great, but really favours the team that can't skate or pass.
Tiger wrote: the Canucks couldn't get past the Hab's D 5 on 5 and Price played great goal... Luongo didn't.. 10 min in and we were frigged..
The 3rd and 4th line were effective but 1 and 2 didn't play a tough enough game ( sorry but the Sedin's are not physically tough enough and Raymond is worse )
It's not up to the Sedins or Raymond to play a tough game. Never has been. They are the skill (supposed to be, anyway).
I don't think that anyone on the Canucks is going to catch Stamkos, so this will be as good as it gets on the leader board.
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