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Game #10 | Canadiens @ Sabres | February 7th, 2013 | 7:00pm EST


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Budaj was expected, and i also thought white would get a chance but Im sort of surprised Moen is sitting. Eller has played well so I knew he'd stay but Moen out over Armstrong? This surprises me.

Moen has a lower body injury, it's not serious Therrien says.

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Budaj was expected, and i also thought white would get a chance but Im sort of surprised Moen is sitting. Eller has played well so I knew he'd stay but Moen out over Armstrong? This surprises me.

Moen has 9 pims to Colby's 4, maybe therrien is trying to stay out of the box a bit more tonight. Idk, its the best answer I can come up with.

Ahh probably just a rest day then to be safe.

Absolutely fantastic first GDT, WCH! Miller's eyes moving freaks me out. :lol:

Thanks clues! Your GDT for the last Buffalo game was a tough act to follow! :)

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This is a big game, 48 game season means you have to turn around losses quickly. Can't go on losing streaks. Buffalo is reeling, they'll be hungry and there's a lot of talent on their roster. Won't be easy.

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Moen has a lower body injury, it's not serious Therrien says.

Could be that Moen has a little bid of wear and tear, and Therrien saw this as an excuse to get White back in and give Travis some rest on the back-to-back. All in all, I would agree that Armstrong should have sat ahead of Moen, but if Moen needed the rest more, that explains that.

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Thomas traded to the NYI... helps Boston get cap space and helps the Isles get to the cap floor more easily. Guess that means they will be less interested in Kaberle.

I got the message on my phone an hour ago while with a customer. I'm not surprised, his time in boston was at an end. I believe he has the right to do what he wants as an American citizen, but he went too far and alienated himself from the team.

His decision not to go to the White-house had more to do with his political beliefs and the situation happening at the time and nothing to do with hockey. I respected him for boycotting the White House visit. It sent a clear indication from an Americans point of view, that it's citizens weren't happy with what their country was doing at the time.

He's getting up there in age, wonder if he'll ever play for NY. I guess they needed an aging tender to replace Nabokov. :lol:

garth snow will probably call up leclaire when Depietro calls it a career. That seems to be the pattern with the isles... Old or injury prone tenders, oh, and you have to sign them to outrageous long term contracts.

Hey everyone. Did anyone catch the Sean Avery/Off The Record/Michael Landsberg interview? I find some of the stuff Sean has to say pretty interesting.

i only read some of the comments on TSN.

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Still lacks control of her voice and she looks nervous, but otherwise a good job at the national anthems.

Good job kid!

C'mon Budaj, bounce back for you too tonight.

Singer,,,meh

She seemed very nervous, definitely has the tools. Just needs to learn control and we'll see her in the future singing for a living.

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