Discussion in 'Montreal Canadiens' started by Account Terminated, Dec 29, 2012.
On second thought, it might just be that lefebvre is so used to rolling his lines, he rolls right through his PK lines into his non-PK lines out of habit
Avstin on the PP
Avstin's game has changed a lot. He's a lot more engaged. Feet moving. Has better positioning so far. He's a good sport.
Already Hamilton's 3rd PK this period.
God damnit, Hamrlik.
I hate that there is no sound. I have no ****ing clue what is going on
so i'm not the only one
Hah. I have sound. Suckers.
Have any of you tried syncing it up with the bulldogs radio broadcast?
listening on funny820 and seeing it a minute later is REALLLLY annoying. sighs.
Monsters score. Penalties killing bulldogs here.
another ****ing penalty. Jesus.
19-4 in shots for Lake Erie ? Way to play hard yesterday and have none today.
Time to bench Avtsin for a month.
to be fair, the bulldogs started somewhat strong. Penalties killed momentum.
Should have benched him after that fancy pants move yesterday.
Ahhh. I saw they played at 2 on TVA Sports, so I rushed home from work only to find out it was last night's game. So, naturally I got pre-occupied and mad at the Bulldogs and just forgave them now.
Hamilton's strength clearly lies with Ellis, Tinordi and Beaulieu.
any streams guys ?
edit: nevermind found one but no sound.
great shift by dumont, chaput and blunden
no creativity from Hamilton forwards. Some can forecheck well, but then nothing happens aside from simple cycles.
powerplay bulldogs. Leblanc, Gallagher and Bournival showing some good chemistry in the o-zone.
first powerplay wave: Dumont, Blunden, Chaput. Would like to see a forward with some actually nhl offensive potential on the first wave.
Second brain dead penalty by chaput.
end of PP. 4 on 4 play. Chaput takes an unnecessary penalty imo.
good chance by leblanc from Gallagher, he showed good speed. The two are playing well together.
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