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3 hours ago, kinot-2 said:

No, but he's the only one living up to his potential. :lol:

Well, the sample size is pretty small, what with no games and the arena being closed to the public. How's he practicing? If anything,  his potential is anything but attained.

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21 minutes ago, habs1952 said:

Don't forget the cleaners who clear the ice during stoppages! They show up every night, don't complain and do a heck of a job. Hard to pick just one out of the bunch though.

But, the cleaners only shovel the ice, the Zamboni driver takes real care to perfect the ice. :P

 

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14 minutes ago, electron58 said:

Well, the sample size is pretty small, what with no games and the arena being closed to the public. How's he practicing? If anything,  his potential is anything but attained.

He practises at the practice facility in Brossard. :frech1:

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14 hours ago, kinot-2 said:

But, the cleaners only shovel the ice, the Zamboni driver takes real care to perfect the ice. :P

 

But the cleaners get more ice time and are responsible for clean ice more than 3 times a game!

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12 hours ago, kinot-2 said:

Habs MVP? MSL hands down. 

Quite possibly. Although how much of this is St. Louis doing things the right way and how much of it is just not doing things the antiquated way that Bergevin/Ducharme/Therrien/Julien had us doing for years? It was high time we modernized the way we played the game. We've been saying this for years: play your talented players, play your young guys in roles they're cut out for, don't bench younger players for one small mistake, don't play in a defensive shell, don't rely on slow "gritty" veterans... a lot of this didn't take a genius to figure out, it just required not having an old boys club approach to the game.

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25 minutes ago, BigTed3 said:

Quite possibly. Although how much of this is St. Louis doing things the right way and how much of it is just not doing things the antiquated way that Bergevin/Ducharme/Therrien/Julien had us doing for years? It was high time we modernized the way we played the game. We've been saying this for years: play your talented players, play your young guys in roles they're cut out for, don't bench younger players for one small mistake, don't play in a defensive shell, don't rely on slow "gritty" veterans... a lot of this didn't take a genius to figure out, it just required not having an old boys club approach to the game.

Still had to happen though and MSL did it!

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2 hours ago, ramcharger440 said:

Still had to happen though and MSL did it!

That's a lot of years,  with the previous regimes. & it took a rookie coach, MSL, less than 10 games,  to instill a new approach.  So yes, MSL did it.

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