GDT: Canadiens @ Senators: Part 2 - Thursday the sixth *MOD post #106*

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  1. Le Tricolore

    Le Tricolore Boo! BOOOO!

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    Let's beat 'em again.
     
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    peate Good grief!

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    Might be different in their building, we'll see. The crowd is usually on our side at least. :nod:
     
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    Someone will have to deal with an over zealous Tkachuk who took some pretty good runs at Gallagher and others
     
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    Le Tricolore Boo! BOOOO!

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    I'm worried D'Lo might be dressed for the game.
     
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    Hi everyone, planning on coming into Ottawa for the Habs/Sens game tomorrow, and I will be staying downtown and I was wondering what is the best way to get to the game ? I remember a while back they had shuttle buses that go direct from downtown to the arena, if so how & where can I get a bus ticket for the game ? Also I have not gotten a game ticket yet any suggestions on where to sit and how much i should spend ??
    any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
    GO HABS GO !!
     
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    Le Tricolore Boo! BOOOO!

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    Getting to the arena in Kanata is a pain in the ass. I suggest driving there if you absolutely must go. I've never taken the bus, but I've heard nothing fun about it.

    Be prepared to spend an hour or two to get out of the parking lot after the game.
     
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    Jesus what a mess
     
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    Brady could have had 2 goals, they have to contain that kid. Also, just me or does he look like a young Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th?

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    who might that be?
     
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    Rapala The Cup Runneth Elsewhere.

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    I was watching the Sens vs SJ game and the play by play guy I think it was Cuthbert was talking about a $65.00 cab fare; Not that he's out a dime but still... :laugh:
     
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    Either drive or Uber to and from depending on how much you are willing to spend.

    If you drive, parking will be $12 in the general parking lots and allow for 30 to 45 minutes for the traffic to disperse post game before leaving if you don't want to sit in it for that long. (Bert's Bar and Grill is open post game so you can just wait there)

    If you Uber, it'll be ~$30 each way and you can pick up a ride after the game right away.

    As for you tickets, it all depends how much you want to spend but there are no bad seats in the arena. Also, as the crowd seems to be 60/40 for Habs fans (sometimes higher) you can sit pretty much anywhere and still be surrounded by Habs fans. (Although the concentration is higher in the 200s and 300s)
     
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    If thats the case, What are we gonna do without hall of famer Matthew Peca in the lineup!
     
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    Looks more like a young John C Reilly
     
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    Tkachuk is everything I like in a hockey player! Glad habs took the center though, but man it would have been ideal to somehow someway get both
     
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    I know we need centers, but player for player, i would rather have Tkachuk
     
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    My favourite players growing up were Neely, Nolan, Bertuzzi (before the punch), Corson (as a Hab), Wendal Clark

    I just loved the players that could get you on the scoreboard but also scare you. But at the end of the day nobody on the list save maybe Neely are worth that top line Center that can put up point per game pace offense. The bruisers had a tough time lasting long. Their primes were shorter lets say.

    Kotkaniemi can be a Barkov/Barko-lite for us. Teams that win the cup are good down the middle.
     
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    meh....i wont believe that nonsense unless it happens, cause im just not seeing it
     
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    Bus is the way to go. I've done it before and it's not bad . Ottawa have a ****ty setup no doubt.
     
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    His poise with the puck and his vision are excellent. Things that can't be taught. His skating will still improve so will his strength.

    Barkov had 24 points and 36 points in his first two seasons in the NHL. Not everybody jumps into the league and scores at a point per game pace.

    Elias Petterson wasn't playing in the NHL at 18 for example. Not that Kotkaniemi will be that good but as an example. Guys do develop and get better.
     
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    I'm hoping for both Peca and Chaput to be scratched, but one of them have to take faceoff, so ...

    Deslauriers - Peca - Hudon
     
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    imo, best 4th line this year was Peca-Plekanec-Hudon.

    2nd best was Agostino-Chaput-Deslauriers.

    And, Chaput has been better at center than Peca, imo.
     
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    I don't see what Peca brings that can not be had with the others. His speed is not particularly useful as a center.
     
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    feel like hes better to have in the lineup than peca we need so more toughness,domi cant be doing the tough guy **** hes been doing,not that he cant...its that he shouldn't
     
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    I doubt that Ju-jube changes the lineup after such a convincing win.
     
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