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Jeez. 7-2 Leafies over Jets. ... I'm really not sure I'm mentally prepared to see a contending Toronto team yet.

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They don't ask how, they ask how many, but 45 shots against Buffalo seems a bit much. I guess if you pay Price the big bucks you may as well ask him to stop a ton of rubber.

Delighted to see the Habs have company for worst single game performances in the recent past (last year's shellacking to the CBJ). Looking at that 10-1 loss of yours Penguins. 

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Blashill & Holland still are employed for who knows what reason, and the Wings are simply going to repeat what they did last season, which is nothing, as long as the incompetence is to remain at those positions, ugh. 

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2 hours ago, Ernest Jones said:

Sigh...another year of ineptitude. We'll be wanting Markov back...

Huge loss. Your GM is bad at his job.

Too bad it was Canadiens or bust for Markov because I would have gladly signed him up for NJ.

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9 hours ago, mcanadiens said:

Wanna trade? 

I’m good, thanks.  I see the Habs took a chance on Hemsky.  I can remember when he was hands down Edmonton’s most exciting player.  

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My team is off to a decent start. (Other than being shut out twice). Calgary actually is off to a start where if we just maintain this sort of pace (66% points) we should be fine. We dug ourselves a huge hole last season, which is why we ended up... Well getting swept by the Ducks.

Vegas has been a nice surprise so far, but will it last. Can they make the playoffs? We'll see.

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