Hats Off to CJ's System

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    Hats Off to CJ's System

    I know I will get some (rap for this but this game was a good example of a good defensive game while not sitting back on defense and taking scoring chances.  It blows in the regular season, but is working in the playoffs. 
     
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    [QUOTE]I know I will get some (rap for this but this game was a good example of a good defensive game while not sitting back on defense and taking scoring chances.  It blows in the regular season, but is working in the playoffs. 
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    Yes it was.

    This was a pretty thick win.


     
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    The least nerve-wracking win of the playoffs other than the easy first game Philly win at Philly....except that was bad goaltending by Philly....You play controlled hockey, keep the rebounds at at minimum, get solid goaltending, and capitalize on a few scoring chances....you win...end of story. I loved this victory. And kudos to Coach Julien once again.
     
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    a lot of the time, boring hockey is winning hockey, i'll take the wins
     
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    That was a typical Claude Julien win.

    The evil maniacle genuis looks scary when he gets mad.  I coulda sworn I saw some flames creep out of that scar last night.
     

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