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GAME OF THE NIGHT: Boston Bruins at Montreal Canadiens, Wednesday April 22, 2009, 7pm ET

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SeawaySensFan


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Cronie wrote:
SeawaySensFan wrote:
504Heater wrote:First and last time this smiley gets used (unfortunately):

:jj:

Remember when that hag was doing that to Woody Boyd in that Kingpins movie? That was gross.

AHHH GAWD!! I totally remember that! And saying something about he should try doing some 'tongue exercises!!" Puking2

Difficult to watch.

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lol you're so right seawan, it's gonna be a tough one to watch ... i hope at least Halak is in nets ...

PTFlea


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Koivu must be soooo relieved that this is happening. Peace out after tonight. I'm on my way to Minny. Stuff it media.

SensFan71


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504Heater wrote:Koivu must be soooo relieved that this is happening. Peace out after tonight. I'm on my way to Minny. Stuff it media.

I wonder how many more will be packing their bags for out of town, too much Dung going on with this organization, time for a fresh start from top to bottom. koivu gone, do they instill Kovalev as the new captain? that would stroke his ego a bit more.

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SensFan71 wrote:
I wonder how many more will be packing their bags for out of town, too much Dung going on with this organization, time for a fresh start from top to bottom. koivu gone, do they instill Kovalev as the new captain? that would stroke his ego a bit more.

Everyone is leaving - who would Gainey want to keep? Komisarek maybe.

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I would like to be GM of the Habs.

If you opened your locker and found a steaming pile of Dung, you're not being renewed.

It might take me a while to conjure up that much poo, but it would get done.

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504Heater wrote:
SensFan71 wrote:
I wonder how many more will be packing their bags for out of town, too much Dung going on with this organization, time for a fresh start from top to bottom. koivu gone, do they instill Kovalev as the new captain? that would stroke his ego a bit more.

Everyone is leaving - who would Gainey want to keep? Komisarek maybe.

higgins if he has a brain, the rest can go, Schneider is already preparing for the off season and his new team. They should hold onto Halak as well and bury Price somewhere.

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504Heater wrote:I would like to be GM of the Habs.

If you opened your locker and found a steaming pile of Dung, you're not being renewed.

It might take me a while to conjure up that much poo, but it would get done.

ask all of your friends that have dogs to bag the poo and keep it for you, mission accomplished, gross, but accomplished. :77:

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Even Komisarek hasn't played well enough to get a massive raise.
And Kovalev is a UFA and he's been known to be all about the $$ so I highly doubt Gainey has any plans to keep him around.

I seriously wonder, all bias aside, what the Habs can offer in terms of enticement to bring in prospective UFA's, besides playing a lot of minutes but having approximately 45% - 50% of their salary go to taxes!

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Cronie wrote:Even Komisarek hasn't played well enough to get a massive raise.
And Kovalev is a UFA and he's been known to be all about the $$ so I highly doubt Gainey has any plans to keep him around.

I seriously wonder, all bias aside, what the Habs can offer in terms of enticement to bring in prospective UFA's, besides playing a lot of minutes but having approximately 45% - 50% of their salary go to taxes!

free passes to the clubs on St. Catherine's Street? hmmm, hmmm, that would entice me to sign on the dotted line.

SeawaySensFan

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Komisarek earned his massive raise last year. Montreal would be wise not to get sucked in. Let the Islanders have him.

Bring family-men into the dressing room and build from there.

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SensFan71 wrote:
Cronie wrote:Even Komisarek hasn't played well enough to get a massive raise.
And Kovalev is a UFA and he's been known to be all about the $$ so I highly doubt Gainey has any plans to keep him around.

I seriously wonder, all bias aside, what the Habs can offer in terms of enticement to bring in prospective UFA's, besides playing a lot of minutes but having approximately 45% - 50% of their salary go to taxes!

free passes to the clubs on St. Catherine's Street? hmmm, hmmm, that would entice me to sign on the dotted line.

HA! Dude, there's not enough antibiotics or pennicilin in the world to make it worthwile... LOL

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So no Schneider tonight, and likely no Tanguay as well. This will be a reaming.

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SeawaySensFan wrote:Komisarek earned his massive raise last year. Montreal would be wise not to get sucked in. Let the Islanders have him.

Bring family-men into the dressing room and build from there.

I wonder how much he's looking for on the open market.

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shabbs wrote:So no Schneider tonight, and likely no Tanguay as well. This will be a reaming.

One on the one hand, since I had to suffer and endure a LOT of razzin' and in some instances verbal abuse about the fate of my beloved Senators last year from some obnoxious Habs fans, there is a part of me that is relishing these events; however, there is a little part of me that sympathizes with the team and the fans (the level-headed, common-sense ones that is) and really feels bad... I mean, no Schneider, probably no Tanguay, Markov out too... In a way, it's like leading sheep to the slaughter...

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504Heater wrote:
SeawaySensFan wrote:Komisarek earned his massive raise last year. Montreal would be wise not to get sucked in. Let the Islanders have him.

Bring family-men into the dressing room and build from there.

I wonder how much he's looking for on the open market.

Perhaps anywhere from $4 - $5M per season... Which, for last year's Komisarek seems alright (it's still HIGH, but still) but as for this year's performance, well, he's dreaming in color as my grandfather would say. Wink

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504Heater wrote:
SeawaySensFan wrote:Komisarek earned his massive raise last year. Montreal would be wise not to get sucked in. Let the Islanders have him.

Bring family-men into the dressing room and build from there.

I wonder how much he's looking for on the open market.

I'm sure the bidding starts at 4 million.

PTFlea

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SeawaySensFan wrote:
I'm sure the bidding starts at 4 million.

I would offer 3.75 X 10 years.

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