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    Default Re: The Where’s the GDT Thread - Montreal @ NYI| 7:00p

    bottom line, the team needed help at the trade deadline, its OK MB didnt make a move, but this is the consequence.

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    Default Re: The Where’s the GDT Thread - Montreal @ NYI| 7:00p

    On the plus side, 1 percent chance at grabbing hughes

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    Default Re: The Where’s the GDT Thread - Montreal @ NYI| 7:00p

    Price deserved better. The team let him down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Habsy View Post
    Price deserved better. The team let him down.
    Pretty much going to be the story of his career.

    The greatest goalie to never win a cup.

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    To get to this point we needed Domi, Gallagher, Danault, Shaw, Tatar, etc to have career years. Price has been doing his part, but goals are hard to come by.

    Our 5 on 5 play took the league by surprise earlier this season. Opponents have adjusted, and we don't have the next gear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CH1 View Post
    To get to this point we needed Domi, Gallagher, Danault, Shaw, Tatar, etc to have career years. Price has been doing his part, but goals are hard to come by.

    Our 5 on 5 play took the league by surprise earlier this season. Opponents have adjusted, and we don't have the next gear.
    Pretty sure we all knew that no power play meant no playoffs, but to date, no real adjustments on the power play so it isn't a surprise that they fade down the stretch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CH1 View Post
    To get to this point we needed Domi, Gallagher, Danault, Shaw, Tatar, etc to have career years. Price has been doing his part, but goals are hard to come by.

    Our 5 on 5 play took the league by surprise earlier this season. Opponents have adjusted, and we don't have the next gear.
    Or Habs only needed to improve their PP by 5%...


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    Quote Originally Posted by CH1 View Post
    To get to this point we needed Domi, Gallagher, Danault, Shaw, Tatar, etc to have career years. Price has been doing his part, but goals are hard to come by.

    Our 5 on 5 play took the league by surprise earlier this season. Opponents have adjusted, and we don't have the next gear.
    I think the defense corp is what is killing us more.

    We havent beat any teams above us in the standings in the last month and it starts with having trouble keeping pucks out of the net.

    We have to win games like tonight 2-1 or 3-2.
    Go Habs Go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altair View Post
    Pretty sure we all knew that no power play meant no playoffs, but to date, no real adjustments on the power play so it isn't a surprise that they fade down the stretch.

    That’s not true, some of the worse PP teams in the league are playoff bound incuding the team we faced tonight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonKay View Post
    I think the defense corp is what is killing us more.

    We havent beat any teams above us in the standings in the last month and it starts with having trouble keeping pucks out of the net.

    We have to win games like tonight 2-1 or 3-2.
    Our defense is ugly. But our best defense earlier in the season was our offense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sal_Butera View Post
    Or Habs only needed to improve their PP by 5%...
    running out of time for improvements
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    Default The Where’s the GDT Thread - Montreal @ NYI| 7:00p

    Quote Originally Posted by DonKay View Post
    The Danault line had alot of trouble generating any kind of offense all night
    15 games since Danault’s last goal. 6 assists in that time frame, KKs invisible for all but maybe 1-shift per game


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sal_Butera View Post
    15 games since Danault’s last goal. 6 assists in that time frame, KKs invisible for all but maybe 1-shift per game
    Kk was better than Danault tonight.

    Danault is not only generating offense but he’s making mistakes that are costing goals.
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    Default Re: The Where’s the GDT Thread - Montreal @ NYI| 7:00p

    KK was quite good tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isaac25 View Post
    KK was quite good tonight.
    need to improve on his power skating though, if he gets stronger he will make more open ice for himself

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    Default Re: The Where’s the GDT Thread - Montreal @ NYI| 7:00p

    Quote Originally Posted by CH1 View Post
    To get to this point we needed Domi, Gallagher, Danault, Shaw, Tatar, etc to have career years.
    This is true, but it doesn’t feel like it’s wildly unsustainable. It feels more like growth and maturity, rather than a fluke sugar high. Point being, if Copernicus makes some moves, it has to be to strengthen the D, get a proper backup for Price and hire someone to fix the PP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lecoqsportif View Post
    This is true, but it doesn’t feel like it’s wildly unsustainable. It feels more like growth and maturity, rather than a fluke sugar high. Point being, if Copernicus makes some moves, it has to be to strengthen the D, get a proper backup for Price and hire someone to fix the PP.
    The Canadiens need a star up front, not just scoring by committee.

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    Default Re: The Where’s the GDT Thread - Montreal @ NYI| 7:00p

    Quote Originally Posted by Krustchev View Post
    The Canadiens need a star up front, not just scoring by committee.
    I agree.

    But hope is not a plan, I just don’t see how that happens. I suppose it should have been through the Subban trade... and now what, trade Price? I just don’t see it.

    They just need to get lucky with drafting/development, I guess.

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    Default Re: The Where’s the GDT Thread - Montreal @ NYI| 7:00p

    I was at the game last night, sitting 3 rows up. It was a lot of fun, great atmosphere etc. Price seemed to be the only Hab that showed up. KK, Mete had some flashes but Drouin seemed like he had nothing going. Fun game, but disappointing ending

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    Default Re: The Where’s the GDT Thread - Montreal @ NYI| 7:00p

    I'm curious as to what they will end up doing with Drouin this off season.

    He really doesn't seem like a player Julien would rely on too much going forward even though he is our most talented forward.

    On top of that does he fit into the culture MB is trying to instill with "character" when Drouin is inconsistent and doesn't match the intensity of Gallagher, Domi, Danault, Byron etc...
    Go Habs Go!

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