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2012-13 The Negative Thread


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HOLY CRAP :angry::unsure::(

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1st round sweep to the leafs here we come

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  • A lot of Hab players going around feeling sorry for themselves
  • No racing for the puck any more (except Gallagher)
  • Defense take all day to get on the shoot-ins now
  • Ryder-DD-Bourque = all-world defenseless line = great ! -_-
  • The return of the Minor Atom hockey break out :rolleyes: (3 forwards stand at the opposing blue-line and wait for the D to get them the puck (somehow) -- haven't seen it all season long until the last 10-12 days)
  • A few players appear exhausted at this point (Gorges + others))
  • No one can skate with the puck anymore; it's get the puck at a standstill, look up (or not) and rifle it somewhere
  • Sum result -- line changes need to take place while going up ice -- no puck constructive puck possession

Script this week is Leafs gain two points on the Habs and the Leafs and Habs play in Toronto on Saturday for home ice advantage in the play-offs in the 4-5 Conference positions. Leafs go into game feeling hungry and wanting to give their fans something; Habs go in feeling sorry for themselves. First round series ensues with Leafs on a high with home ice and having taken 4 of 5 from the Habs over the regular season.... and I have absolutely no idea where the Habs are at, at that point.

The series probably goes to the Leafs in 5 games. Meh.

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No more home games for the remainder of the regular season, but that's the way it goes.

*May also apply in the "positive thread" :ph34r:

:rolleyes:

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No more home games for the remainder of the regular season, but that's the way it goes.

Good....they can finish their bonding and get on with the job at hand.

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The top-six needs to step up. Pacioretty, Desharnais, Bourque, Gionta, Ryder, and even Plekanec to some extent -- none have been good enough recently. We cannot rely on a kid line playing 10 minutes a night to carry the scoring load in the playoffs.

Late to this post, but it is still relevant.

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