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Forum: Montreal CanadiensTue at 12:56 pm
Forum: Montreal CanadiensTue at 12:12 pm
Forum: Montreal CanadiensTue at 11:25 am
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Habs4ever</b></div><div>The thing about Armia is his game disappears for several games, then he has an amazing 1 to 4 games, then disappears again. With his size if he hit like Anderson but he does not seem to have any nasty to his game. He seems like the nicest guy in the world.

Within two years both Caufield and Ylonen are in Habs line up. Maybe not both next year but the year after they both should be. So that is two bodies that need to come off. They must play in top 9 for their skill set. So 4th line is excluded. Of the 9 other players 3 of them are Centres. Leaving 6 wingers. Of those 6 wingers, which two come off the roster to open the door for those 2 ? keep in mind Anderson, Gally and Tofolli have long term deals. Now down to 3 wingers, Tatar, Armia and Drouin. Drouin is the youngest of the 3, so he probably gets kept. So you are correct Tatar and Armia are probably the two that will be leaving.</div></div>

I have no problem with Armia playing on the 4th line. I think that's where he plays best.


Obviously those lines aren't perfect and a few players could switch around, but that's ideally what they look like next year. If we end up letting Armia walk, and somebody in our top 9 gets injured, I don't see a clear replacement level player that could do as well as Armia has when he was given the chance. We could even keep Tatar and replace him on the 3rd line with Poehling and give Poehling another year in the AHL or keep Tatar and let Armia walk and put Poehling on the 4th line.
Forum: Montreal CanadiensTue at 12:24 am
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Habs4ever</b></div><div>Laval should have won 8 to 2. In 2nd period alone shots were 21 to 5 But Moose goalie kept them in the game. Guhle, Fairbrother and Schueneman were the best d-men. Ouellett is not doing a whole lot, he is playing decent but nothing spectacular. Demchenko played his first game. He wasn't too bad. He follows play well. He gave up a juicy rebound at beginning of 3rd period to make the game 2-2. Guhle looked good for his 1st AHL game.

Up front Ylonen is a real special player. His vision, hockey IQ and creativity is special. Vejdemo was good. Young C. Hillis played his first game, he was not too noticeable but did make two creative plays with the biscuit. A Moose player hit Harvey-Pinard into the boards and Veilleux came over and dropped the gloves. He connected with a hard right and cut the Moose player and fight was over. Poehling was not as noticeable nor consistent as previous game. Lynch is good on faceoff's. The big Russian A. Khisamutdinov needs work but I like him. He has good hands for his size. Probably his best game so far.

Final score Moose 3 Laval 2 overtime!</div></div>

Good to hear about Ylonen. Best case scenario Ylonen and Caufield successfully replace Tatar + Armia next year. I'm hoping Armia signs a cheap contract so we can keep one of them up and send the other down. At this point, I'm hoping Tatar walks (or better yet we trade him for a boatload) and we sign Armia to a 3-4 year contract around 2-2.5 Million
Forum: NHLMon at 1:06 pm
Forum: NHLMon at 10:50 am
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>A_Habs_fan</b></div><div><blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Breaking news: Panarin is taking a leave of absence from NYR in aftermath of political hit piece against him from Russia alleging that he beat up an 18-year-old girl in Russia in 2011.</p>— Larry Brooks (@NYP_Brooksie) <a href="https://twitter.com/NYP_Brooksie/status/1363869876562059276?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noreferrer noopener" target="_blank">February 22, 2021</a></blockquote>
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Retribution was feared after Panarin's Instagram post on 1/21 in support of opposition leader Alexi Navalny with caption "Freedom for Navalny." Panarin, who has family in Russia, has been outspoken against Putin.</p>— Larry Brooks (@NYP_Brooksie) <a href="https://twitter.com/NYP_Brooksie/status/1363871995478302720?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noreferrer noopener" target="_blank">February 22, 2021</a></blockquote>
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Andrei Nazarov, the mentally unstable ex KHL coach/NHL goon is claiming that Artemi Panarin beat up an 18-year-old girl in a Russian bar years ago. He says it set a pattern of evil behavior that has culminated in his anti-Putin statements.Russian media is running with this. <a href="https://t.co/mQYk2bN4H3" rel="nofollow noreferrer noopener" target="_blank">https://t.co/mQYk2bN4H3</a></p>— Slava Malamud (@SlavaMalamud) <a href="https://twitter.com/SlavaMalamud/status/1363826872342216707?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noreferrer noopener" target="_blank">February 22, 2021</a></blockquote>

If this is against Forum policy feel free to remove it but i felt like I had to share this. Panarin will most likely not play the Rangers next couple games while he likely tries to find a way to get his family out of there</div></div>

I'm pretty sure it's political talk, but yeah, I don't see Panarin returning anytime soon
Forum: Montreal CanadiensFri at 2:32 pm
Forum: NHL TradesThu at 2:50 pm