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Pacioretty and Galchenyuk will certainly have better years in 2018-2019 than they did with Montreal last season. Also, I'm sure Subban will be in the conversation for another Norris if he remains healthy.

My fingers are crossed Max Domi and Nick Suzuki can become important players here! Otherwise, MB will have lost a few more trades.

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3 hours ago, jennifer_rocket said:

Pacioretty and Galchenyuk will certainly have better years in 2018-2019 than they did with Montreal last season. Also, I'm sure Subban will be in the conversation for another Norris if he remains healthy.

My fingers are crossed Max Domi and Nick Suzuki can become important players here! Otherwise, MB will have lost a few more trades.

I actually think Domi and Suzuki will do very well here.  Regardless of that, I still think MB will have lost the trades because at the time of the transaction, he devalued each player so much that thats all we could get for them.   

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44 minutes ago, jennifer_rocket said:

And celebrated in style! :lol:

No kidding, that celebration reminds me a little of Patrick Kane's OT winning goal for the Cup win. Slightly different circumstances :lol:

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On 9/24/2018 at 5:21 PM, kinot-2 said:

Brian Gionta has announced his retirement. 

I always felt Brian Gionta should've be resigned to an extension and remained captain the year we went to the conference final.  In my personal opinion, this was the real beginning of the end.   This man was a total class act that today's habs could've benefited from, even in a reduced role.

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Lyle Odelein, was a deaths door this year, and underwent a 24 hour operation to replace the aortic valve in his heart, his liver and kidneys, in a single surgery that took almost 24 hours to complete at Pittsburgh’s Allegheny General Hospital.  He ended up in a medically induced coma for 40 days and was given only a five-per-cent chance of surviving the transplant operation. After the surgery, Odelein was paralyzed from the neck down and couldn’t speak, with no guarantee he would recover.  He lost 75 pounds during the ordeal, but is back up to 210 pounds on his 5-foot-11 frame, which was his playing weight in the NHL.

He will attend the opening ceremonies on Thurs. 

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5 hours ago, kinot-2 said:

Lyle Odelein, was a deaths door this year, and underwent a 24 hour operation to replace the aortic valve in his heart, his liver and kidneys, in a single surgery that took almost 24 hours to complete at Pittsburgh’s Allegheny General Hospital.  He ended up in a medically induced coma for 40 days and was given only a five-per-cent chance of surviving the transplant operation. After the surgery, Odelein was paralyzed from the neck down and couldn’t speak, with no guarantee he would recover.  He lost 75 pounds during the ordeal, but is back up to 210 pounds on his 5-foot-11 frame, which was his playing weight in the NHL.

He will attend the opening ceremonies on Thurs. 

was always a fan of Ody!

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