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Larry-Launstein-Jr

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  • Birthday 10/23/1960

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    Marshall University, Huntington, WV, masters degree in journalism. Lifelong Habs fan.

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  1. No team will ever have the success that Las Vegas had as a first-year expansion team. Nobody will ever get to the Stanley Cup finals in their first year again, at least not in my lifetime. They were the one who caught lightning in a bottle.
  2. https://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/31719032/montreal-canadiens-joel-armia-covid-19-protocol-travel-tampa
  3. I thought about him, too. I even considered Henri Richard, but Caufield is more of a scorer and Henri was more of a playmaker.
  4. I have been thinking about what player Caufield reminds me of. As of now, and this will probably change as he gets even better, he reminds me of Theo Fleury, the ex-Calgary player.
  5. I got to watch the game, and the more Caulfield plays, the better he gets. Looks like the Habs found a keeper.
  6. I'm sorry I haven't posted here in a while concerning the recent games with Las Vegas. I can assure you that I have been watching them. The Habs are proving they can play with anyone. It's nice to see the Habs play well. But one thing disturbed me in the last game - they were waiting for Vegas to come to them for most of the game. When they fell behind, they got a sense of urgency and came back and won. I think they need to do better at this throughout the entire game.
  7. I did get to see the game Monday Night, and it appears that Las Vegas is at a higher level than Toronto and Winnipeg. The Canadiens have some serious work to do to cut out the penalties that I think cost them more than anything. I also thought they struggled defensively in front of Price.
  8. It may be the only way they can get the puck out of their own end consistently.
  9. I wouldn't be surprised if the Jets pull their goalie within the next minute.
  10. Looks like Dave Hester has some fans on here.
  11. The guys on TSN Radio are trying to predict when Caulfield will get his first playoff goal. When do we think Caulfield will score goal !? Let's have some fun with this!
  12. Wow. Looks like we need to assert ourselves physically. And with the Jets having all kinds of trouble getting the puck out of their end, now is the time for it.
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