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Game #56: February 10 2011, Islanders@canadiens, 7.30 Pm Et


Tessin

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After the battle of Boston

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The Habs are coming back home to face the New York Islanders

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Some stats:

The Islanders are last in the Eastern Conference with a record of 17-29-7 (8-16-3 on the road) with 41 points. The Canadiens are 2nd in the Northeast division and 6th in the Eastern conference with a record of 30-20-5 (18-7-4 at home) with 65 points.

Last Meeting

December 26th 2010: the Isles won 4:1. For the Habs goal by Tomas Plekanec, for the Isles goals by Blake Comeau, Michael Grabner, P.A. Parenteau and James Wizniewski.

Who's hot:

Tomas Plekanec, 9 points in the last 8 games and John Tavares, 4 points in the last 4 games.

Yesterday's Habs lineup:

Carey Price

Roman Hamrlik, James Wisniewski

Hal Gill, P.K. Subban

Jaroslav Spacek, Yannick Weber

LW Max Pacioretty, C Tomas Plekanec, RW Brian Gionta

LW Andrei Kostitsyn, C Scott Gomez, RW Lars Eller

LW Benoit Pouliot, C David Desharnais, RW Mathieu Darche

LW Tom Pyatt, C Jeff Halpern, RW Travis Moen

Go Habs Go!!

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I hope we come out fired up tonight and not a victim of the tired bodies syndrome. Hit em hard and early. Lets not give the rookie goalie a chance to get comfortable. Crowd getting on the kid early and loud could be a good strategy.

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Hopefully we have enough left in the tank after one wild night.

Gomez, AK and Eller should have plenty left in the tank :lol:

So Auld is in nets tonight and JM says some players are a game time decision due to injuries from last night. Any guesses as to who might not be playing tonight? I'm thinking probably Spacek, maybe Moen?

I read Darche may be game time decision.

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A loss tonight would be extremely disappointing. I may cry. :lol:

Oh that was last night.<_<

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Great thread, Tessin!

I think the Team will have what it takes to get the 2-points tonight. I'm sure last night left a sour taste in their mouths and there is no way they are going to want to lose tonight at home.

My only fear is that they don't take the Islanders and their 5th-string goalie seriously enough.

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This might be a hard one to watch after how much Les Boys put on the ice last night.

JM says some players are a game time decision due to injuries from last night.

Do not have a good feeling here...sorry for the negative thought....but a beaten up-already injury ridden team....well,good luck out there tonight habs.

What ever they bring tonight...hope it's enough to come away with 2pts.

GO HABS.

I think the Team will have what it takes to get the 2-points tonight.

I hope your right.<_<

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Go Auld!

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