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Blazingbat11

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Forum: Montreal CanadiensSun at 2:26 pm
Forum: NHL TradesSat at 11:00 am
Forum: Armchair-GMThu at 4:23 am
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Wqrrior</b></div><div>Yeah, this one KK penalty is the one miscall that stands out. I know there were missed calls, but not nearly enough to cause the scope of this game to be altered. I'd give you that one. I can't locate any other miscall that was as blatant and obvious. Still, aside the Kulak penalty, I don't think any of the MTL ones were horribly misguided.

https://twitter.com/HeresYourReplay/status/1352099594423963648?s=20

Anderson's penalty was more than deserved. This is not necessary in hockey. No need to shove someone aggressively into the net on a play that doesn't involve them. Where you might argue it more of a gray area type penalty (not a given), it was right in front of the ref and after the whistle. This is a cheap shot. If any of our players did that to Suzuki, nobody would be complaining.
Or, if nothing else, I don't think it's fair to argue that this play was just handing VAN the game.</div></div>

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Josh Anderson fires Quinn Hughes into the net.He'll sit 2 for roughing. <a href="https://t.co/ZCan6L0oUO" rel="nofollow noreferrer noopener" target="_blank">pic.twitter.com/ZCan6L0oUO</a></p>— Here's Your Replay ⬇️ (@HeresYourReplay) <a href="https://twitter.com/HeresYourReplay/status/1352099594423963648?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noreferrer noopener" target="_blank">January 21, 2021</a></blockquote>



We'll have to agree to disagree on the Anderson call

but you're preaching to the quire, Habs fans have seen these kinds of things for years with their "small forwards" being around the crease getting shoved, cross-checked, speared, etc.
seriously though, look at that replay, they both literally go straight to the net from a shot...this kind of play happens multiple times, EVERY game, between players going to the net, and 99% of the time the Dman shoves the guy away from the goalie, and every now and then it's start a bit of a scrum. This really is just a 170lbs kid (and you see him looking back at Anderson knowing its coming) getting shoved by a 230lbs guy... it reminded me of times when Chara would do that to Gallagher, same result, no call. It was a bs sympathy call from the ref for seeing Hughes getting embarrassed (who had an awful game by the way)
Forum: Armchair-GMThu at 3:47 am
Forum: Montreal CanadiensThu at 1:24 am
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Kotkaniemi15</b></div><div>Well that sucked.

So discipline, which was our biggest problem through 3 games, has bitten us in the butt.
The first 2 penalties are inexcusable. Tatar with the useless hooking penalty 18 seconds in, and Chiarot’s holding penalty was plain stupid and lead to the Canucks’ 1st goal.
The KK penalty was BS. What the hell could he have said that warrants a penalty? People argue with calls/non-calls all the time. This reeks of ageism in officiating to me. I guarantee the ref wouldn’t give Shea Weber a penalty for doing the same thing.
The Kulak and Anderson penalties were ridiculous. After watching this and the Oilers game, it seems like some refs are trying to crack down on any contact between players that isn’t a hit.
Overall officiating was terrible, but at least it didn’t decide the game.

Carey didn’t look himself tonight. Especially in the shootout. Hopefully he bounces back on Saturday. (Or maybe it’s the curse of the red pads, in which case, he should switch them immediately)

Anyways, now that I’ve gotten all that out of my system, I’ll focus on the positives.

Nick Suzuki’s hands are just ridiculous. This man is going to be a star in this league.

Phenomenal game by Tyler Toffoli, and KK was really good too.

5-on-5 it was a pretty good game overall, but the penalties just killed us.

And if we needed to lose a game against Vancouver, I’m thankful it’s the 1st game since this one doesn’t count towards the tiebreaker.</div></div>

Yeah Price wasn't on point. Not gonna blame him on the PP goals, but that 5th goal right after Toffoli's hat trick was rough. Penalties is starting to hurt the Habs. I can live with the "roughing" ones for playing physical, but those puck over glass and holding penalties gotta go!
Forum: Armchair-GMThu at 1:11 am
Forum: Armchair-GM18 jan à 2 h 52
Forum: Armchair-GM14 jan à 1 h 37
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Kotkaniemi15</b></div><div>I agree with pretty much everything, except maybe the lineup changes.

It’s been one game for Byron, and he’s looked good in limited minutes. There’s nothing that would make me think about taking him out of the lineup. I’d be fine with taking Evans out of the lineup, but if his replacement is Poehling, it’s pretty much useless.

As for the D, I don’t think it’s worth it to change it up. Romanov looked great tonight, but I think it’s still good to have him as a threat on a pair separate from Petry &amp; Weber. He can get time on ice by rolling our pairings, on the PP, and on the PK if another D is in the box. Plus it’s proven up to this point that Chiarot isn’t as effective when he isn’t playing with Weber. And from what CJ and Brett have said, Kulak is very uncomfortable on his offside. The only change I would consider making is swapping Edmundson for Kulak, but that doesn’t really do much at this point 1 game in.</div></div>

Yeah I agree with keeping Romanov separate from Weber for now. I don't think swapping Evans for Poehling would be useless, I think it continues to show the message that the #4C is still up for grabs, and if you can't do the job (win face-off, play well defensively), the other guy will get a shot to prove it.

Byron will probably stay in the line up, no doubt. But I did like the chemistry between Poehling and Perry at camp. and I just can't see Perry bumping anyone else in the lineup other than Byron.
Forum: Armchair-GM14 jan à 1 h 00
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Campabee</b></div><div>Lets be honest, the game went as expected reffing and play wise. Refs were always going to make bad calls and miss calls both ways. Play was always going to be choppy and sloppy without a preseason game. The game was close and the teams were really evenly matched. The difference in this game came down to the same thing 21 other games last year came down to. CJ is unwilling to go for the win. Byron, Chiarot and Danault were all on the ice for the Toronto break out. Danault for some inexplicable reason chases the puck around the back of the Toronto net effectively taking himself out of the play. Then Byron, one of the fastest skaters in the league goes and changes leaving Gallagher to try to get back in the play and finally Chiarot takes the shot away instead of the pass. Does Chiarot not realize that the goalies job is to stop the puck his job is to take away the backdoor pass. Thus Toronto scores and wins the game. It was mental breakdowns from 3 exhausted all on the same play and bad coaching that resulted in the Leafs winning not bad calls or missed calls.</div></div>

I'd normally agree with you on CJ playing not to lose in OT.... but Danault on this ice in OT he had no choice. The play started with the face-off and Suzuki was on the last shift. You can't go back to Suzuki again and KK was 1 for 8 in face-offs.... So Danault was really the only option and he never had a chance to hope off. Byron I'm all for him out in OT with his speed, but that change was brutal. Chiarot was meh, he did good in OT last season, but yeah, I think Romanov was fresh.