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Big Mo Back?

In desperate need of some good news after last night's deflating 4-0 defeat in Montreal, the Caps got some this morning: defenseman Shaone Morrisonn is back on the ice for practice.

He looks a little stiff after missing two straight games - and three total - with a bruised right foot suffered while blocking a shot two weeks ago. I'll get an update on his status after practice, but I've got to imagine that he'll be on the ice tomorrow for the rematch vs. Montreal.

Chris Clark (strained groin muscle) also skated this morning, but he left the ice before the team practice began.

One more thing: Coach Bruce Boudreau isn't shrugging off last night's weak effort, either. He has the team scrimmaging, working specifically on the power play -- at full speed and with some contact.

Update:A few tidbits for you:

*Morrisonn says he feels "a lot better" but still will wait until after the morning skate tomorrow before deciding whether to play vs. the Canadiens.

*Looks like Kolzig will get the start in net.

*The Caps are still sore over the way last night's game finished -- Kovalev's goal with :47 to go, then the defensemen pinching in deep in the final seconds, trying to make it 5-0.

By Tarik El-Bashir  |  January 30, 2008; 11:59 AM ET
 
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Comments

Sweet - now Erskine can ride the pine where he belongs!

BB needs to have them skating suicides... :)

Posted by: Jill | January 30, 2008 12:08 PM | Report abuse

Thanks Tarik,

Hopefully, they can get after it tomorrow night. We need the points.

What is the time frame for Pothier?

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 12:08 PM | Report abuse

If anyone can get these guys back on track, its BB! I hope Mo gets back tomorrow. Must win tomorrow! For a change.

Posted by: kenhockey | January 30, 2008 12:09 PM | Report abuse

Tarik - Did you get a piece of the HC Cake?

Posted by: SCSU Hockey | January 30, 2008 12:09 PM | Report abuse

"BB needs to have them skating suicides... :)"

I was thinking pushup on the ice>>>

Posted by: LIVINIT | January 30, 2008 12:15 PM | Report abuse

@828

I saw Pothier from a distance today. But the fact that he's not skating yet means he isn't close.

Posted by: Tarik | January 30, 2008 12:15 PM | Report abuse

Clark skating again - check.

Coach BB working the boys over for last nights game - check.

Many thanks for the update Tarik.

Posted by: captnclark | January 30, 2008 12:17 PM | Report abuse

Almost forgot.....
ShaMo back - check.
Very good news indeed.

Posted by: captnclark | January 30, 2008 12:18 PM | Report abuse

After watching last night's pathetic effort combined with needless stupid penalties, one has to wonder if the team figured it was going to get easier?

Well, they got their answer.

Anyone getting more than one penalty in a game needs to do some serious thinking about their play and contribution to the team's effort. Erskine's hat trick was demoralizing, and he has been taking them regularly of late.

BB needs to have a serious come-to-?? chat that hopefully he responds to.

Not to blame the game entirely on the D, but the O really struggled getting deep and poor passing (including OV and Flash) were capitalized on by Montreal. What were we thinking???

Sure hope the guys get serious on Thursday's rematch.

Posted by: dogdaze | January 30, 2008 12:26 PM | Report abuse

Getting Mo back is huge - Green has been far less productive without him and no one else on the Caps can provide the defensive security that Mo can for Green except maybe Poti.

Posted by: dmg @ capsblueline.com | January 30, 2008 12:33 PM | Report abuse

Tarik,

so if clark is back skating does that mean he's closer? also you said full contact but i hardly see eminger crunching semin......how rough do the scrimmages get?

Posted by: capshockey98 | January 30, 2008 12:34 PM | Report abuse

I just hope the Mo is 100%. I don't want what happened to Semin and Clark to happen to Mo.

If he is indeed ready to rock and roll, this is good news.

Posted by: Go Skins Go | January 30, 2008 12:38 PM | Report abuse

Dogdaze said..."BB needs to have a serious come-to-?? chat that hopefully he responds to."


May I nominate "come to Ovechkin chat" to be the accepted Capitals Hockey related phrase from now on?

Posted by: Sombrero Guy | January 30, 2008 12:41 PM | Report abuse

What an awful game last night. The mistakes and that SHG in the first did it for me. I guess the positive is hopefully this is the wake up call the Caps need to refocus and pick-up where they left off before the break and realize it doesn't get any easier from here on out. Glad BB is workin' full contact. WE NEED TO WIN! Thanks for all of the updates Tarik.

Posted by: the highlander | January 30, 2008 12:43 PM | Report abuse

This is what went down at practice today.

Boudreau: What the hell is wrong with you? Put your gear on!

Boudreau: I said put your gear on!
Morrison: Doc told me I can't play.
Boudreau: Yeah, yeah, yeah I know. You got a bad bruise. You know what put youre street clothes on because I got no time for quitters!
Shultz: Come on Herb! No body is quitting here!
Boudreau: You worry about your own game. Plenty there to keep you busy.
Boudreau: A bruise on the leg is a hell of a long way from the heart, candy @$$.
Morrison: What'd you call me?
Boudreau: You heard me!
Morrison: You want me to play huh? Is that what you want?
Beaudreau: I want you to be a hockey player!
Morrison: I AM A HOCKEY PLAYER! YOU WANT ME TO PLAY ON ONE LEG? HUH? I'LL PLAY ON ONE LEG!
Beaudreau: [walking out of the locker room with Morrison still screaming] That'll get him going.

Posted by: Anonymous | January 30, 2008 12:44 PM | Report abuse

Reading Tarik's article it seems as if BB was a little annoyed that the Habs continued playing hard with a 3 goal lead. I dont blame the Canadians for playing hard the whole way thorough regardless of the score.

Nobody should give your team a break because they didnt play up to their potential. How many times this NHL season have you seen game turn from a 3-0 lead to a 3-2 lead within a matter of moments? Plenty.

Posted by: Tommmy | January 30, 2008 12:45 PM | Report abuse

Now I'll be the first one to admit that Semin is pretty easy to knock off his skates but from the excerpt from the Canadian Press (note the source I guess) what kind of reporter uses a line like a "well executed dive"???? Unreal. This was in the game write up from tsn.ca. Just thought I'd drop it here to see what Tarik's take is being a journalist and all....

EXCERPT FROM CANADIAN PRESS / WWW.TSN.CA

"A fast paced, end-to-end first period saw Montreal strike first on the power play, when Streit's point shot just inside the post beat Brent Johnson at 9:46.

Alexander Semin looked to be injured in a knee-on-knee hit by Kostitsyn, but a moment later, he was back on the ice and drew another penalty with a well-executed dive.

Plekanec blocked a shot during the 5-on-3 and was joined on the breakaway by Kostitsyn, who came out of the penalty box to tap in the pass short-handed at 16:53."

Posted by: Rdiehljr | January 30, 2008 12:48 PM | Report abuse

@ Jill

Erksine should ride the pine for a while. Eminger is playing tougher now and he has a lot more ability than Erksine. Morrison back also helps a ton.

That being said, a better effort clogging up the middle is a good idea. Especially against the late guy skating in wide open.

Posted by: JIM | January 30, 2008 12:50 PM | Report abuse

We need Pothier back so Emminger and Erskine ride the pine.

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 12:51 PM | Report abuse

That trip to Semin was no dive, we had possession in their end, on the PP. He had no reason to think he'd get a call in the instant that happened, and a fall there at their blueline could've meant a breakaway for them - which he's allowed to occur in the past under similar circumstances.

He gets knocked down so often it's nice to get a call out of it for once.

Posted by: Icebat | January 30, 2008 1:00 PM | Report abuse

828,


Eminger is a far better skater then Jurcina or Schultz....put either one of them on the bench...heck even poti....0 goals this season is a disgrace....for a FA of his caliber last season.

Posted by: capshockey98 | January 30, 2008 1:14 PM | Report abuse

Caps have to get over it..if you want to use it as motivation to play better the next game..fine let it motivate you, but really..do you think the caps would have let up? Probably not..OV goes out there 1000% each shift....Doesnt matter how much they lose by, its just one loss.

Posted by: Tommmy | January 30, 2008 1:17 PM | Report abuse

For there actions last night vs. the Capitals, I hereby proclaim DEATH to the Montreal Canadians tomorrow night in Washington. May God have mercy on their souls!!!!!!

Posted by: Mitch | January 30, 2008 1:18 PM | Report abuse

Well, after last nights performance I fully expected Puckguru or Chief to be spilling their drivel.

Poor performance from a team that looked like they took an extra day off. But based on recent history, i think the coach will have them playing hard tomorrow. And I hope they don't forget the last minute of the game last night. It will offer fuel for them to play that much harder on their home ice tomorrow. Except with Olie in goal, they will need to score 6

Posted by: Lee | January 30, 2008 1:19 PM | Report abuse

Looked like an All Star break hand-over...no one moving their feet, watching the play, no one hitting, etc, etc...If they want to play like they are still on vacation, there will be plenty of time for that in April! Why is Pettinger still allowed on the ice...I counted at least 5 turnovers on his part. The defensive zone passing was extraordinarly aweful. I'm glad the Habs rubbed it in at the end...maybe that's what the Caps needed to light a fire under them.

Posted by: MLK | January 30, 2008 1:21 PM | Report abuse

whoops - hang-over

Posted by: MLK | January 30, 2008 1:23 PM | Report abuse

Tommmy,

I don't think it was the fact that they played hard with a 3 goal lead - I sure as hell don't want the Caps to lay off of a team after scoring 3 goals. He was mad about the fact that the Habs had their #1 power play line on the ice in the final minute of the game. I don't have too many feelings on it personally, but I can see why that would irritate Boudreau and the guys... Less than a minute remaining, pretty much no chance that the other team will score much less tie the game. Why rub their faces in it? Carbonneau should have iced a shutdown line, not a high-powered scoring line.

Like I said, the game was too far gone for me to care a whit about it, but if it pisses the Caps off and gives them a reason to come out angry and vengeful tomorrow, I'm all for it.

Posted by: HolyOlie | January 30, 2008 1:26 PM | Report abuse

The game is 60 minutes long ... play your first line whenever you want.

How is this different from when the Capitals were going crazy forechecking FLA in the last minute of a 5-3 victory a couple weeks ago?

Posted by: Caps fan in TN | January 30, 2008 1:29 PM | Report abuse

@Jill

Thanks for not mentioning me.

@
> Shultz: Come on Herb! No body is quitting here!

This is exactly what I said. The space betwenn No and body was filled with expletives though.

Posted by: Papa 'Panzer' Schultz | January 30, 2008 1:29 PM | Report abuse

That last minute is all the Caps needed for motivation on Thursday. You don't pinch your D with a three goal lead with a minute to go and especially on a power play. It's just what we needed. Thanks Guy baby.

Posted by: Esa Tikkanen | January 30, 2008 1:32 PM | Report abuse

"The Caps are still sore over the way last night's game finished -- Kovalev's goal with :47 to go, then the defensemen pinching in deep in the final seconds, trying to make it 5-0."

poor babies, if they didnt like it then do something about it. Talk is cheap.

Posted by: TJ | January 30, 2008 1:34 PM | Report abuse

Hey TJ. What did you say?

Posted by: Berube | January 30, 2008 1:36 PM | Report abuse

Good grief! I have no problem with the Habs doing their best to put on a show for the home crowd...they only have something like 8 or 9 home wins this season. Those peopel spend their hard-earned money on season tickets. I would hope that if the situation were reversed, the Caps would do exactly the same thing.

Posted by: Jill | January 30, 2008 1:39 PM | Report abuse

Right up there with the ugliest game of the year (NYI). bad in all areas (excluding Johnny, who played well). No D. Stupid penalties against the leagues number 2 PP. Terrible passing. We didn't look like we belonged on the same ice as the HABS. That inlcudes OV, who was too easy to poke-check and as Laughlin pointed out, was the second best #8 on the ice last night.
That said. It is only one loss and we'll see tomorrow night how it affects the team. I also agree that I don't care if the HABS had their #1 PP line out late. The CAPS put themselves in that position. If they can use it as motivation, great!

Posted by: Shipdriver | January 30, 2008 1:43 PM | Report abuse

Four forwards and one defensemen against a team that is down and out in the last minute of regulation...

I really don't see why people are so shocked that the Caps are a little irked by this.

Posted by: HolyOlie | January 30, 2008 1:44 PM | Report abuse

I think the Caps were trying to get Kozlov a hat trick in the FLA game, which I think is okay by the "unwritten code". De-evolving into irrational NE Patriots hate thread in three, two, one... :)

Posted by: tallbear | January 30, 2008 1:45 PM | Report abuse

If the Caps didn't enjoy the pressure of the Habs #1 PP line late in the game down a couple, they'll be able to show their displeasure tomorrow night.

If they cut down on the dumba@@ plays, they might not find themselves in that position again tomorrow night...

Posted by: Steve R | January 30, 2008 1:46 PM | Report abuse

I think that they have every reason to be irked by it but at the same time I would expect them to put forth a ton of effort throughout the 60 minutes as well. Was the Habs move a bit overboard? Probably but good let the Caps stew about it for a couple days so they can come back tomorrow and prove what they are made of. We played like crap yesterday. They should be more upset about that then what the Habs were doing...

Posted by: kcme | January 30, 2008 1:47 PM | Report abuse

@ Caps fan in TN

"How is this different from when the Capitals were going crazy forechecking FLA in the last minute of a 5-3 victory a couple weeks ago?"

Here's how it's different: goals can come quickly and in spurts. Don't forecheck and maybe FLA scores to make it 5-4. Then FLA pulls their goalie and anything can happen.

Posted by: Joe B | January 30, 2008 1:48 PM | Report abuse

Caps fan in TN--it's a big difference. A 4-goal vs. a 2-goal lead in the last minute is major. And the team was upset about it, so they're the ones who count.

Posted by: Phil | January 30, 2008 1:49 PM | Report abuse

> The Caps are still sore over the way last night's game finished

Let's be fair... What really riled Habs was Semin's throwing the puck in the net after the period was over. Kovalev even shot the puck into Caps empty net after that. Habs were pissed off. What goes around, comes around...

Posted by: Papa 'Panzer' Schultz | January 30, 2008 1:49 PM | Report abuse

What was up with that anyway? Was he just messing around or what?

Posted by: Anonymous | January 30, 2008 1:52 PM | Report abuse

Habs were going for the Pizza goal.

Posted by: sjshanno | January 30, 2008 1:54 PM | Report abuse

You need six for Pizza.

Posted by: Jerry's | January 30, 2008 2:04 PM | Report abuse

capshockey98

True, but Jurcina and Shultz do not make the mistakes that Eminger does.

Far better skater? This isn't the winter olympics skating challenge - this is hockey - mistakes will break a team... especially in his position.

There is a reason why Eminger sat the bench in the beginning of the season. The only reason why he is playing is because Pothier, Poti, and Mo all got injured. When Pothier comes back - Eminger is back to the 100 section.

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 2:08 PM | Report abuse

@Papa Schultz,

The wrath of Schultz is seldom seen but often feared.

Posted by: Steve R | January 30, 2008 2:08 PM | Report abuse

Greenie's on WJFK now, you can listen it to live through their web site:

http://www.wjfk.com

Posted by: keef | January 30, 2008 2:08 PM | Report abuse

Sweet Jesus, I'ma work them [The Habs].

Posted by: Omar Little | January 30, 2008 2:09 PM | Report abuse

We'll see how upset the Caps are tomorrow night. Money talks and BS walks.

Posted by: kenhockey | January 30, 2008 2:12 PM | Report abuse

in what reguards are they better then him? i seem to recall shultz grabbing onto olie before.......countless bad passes/defensive lapses.... i seem to recall Jurcina swinging his stick towards mike richards stick which caused a hugh deflection.....eminger is better all around with the puck and without.....and he isn't a tall for nothing lanky ahler that shultz is.......what a waisted pick

Posted by: CAQPSHOCKEY98 | January 30, 2008 2:21 PM | Report abuse

I know, Eminger was such a wasted pick... like Beech.

Eminger will sit the bench when Pothier gets back.

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 2:28 PM | Report abuse

I hope they're good a pissed off tomorrow. Crush 'em into the boards and grind out a win. Saturday's going to be a big game.

Posted by: EricS | January 30, 2008 2:28 PM | Report abuse

They are better hockey players... what has Eminger done that you back him up?

Shultz has scored goals - both of them have a huge reach - they try and play every game. Eminger looks like he lost his parents in a shopping mall.

I'm just confused as to what you see in Eminger.

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 2:30 PM | Report abuse

of course he has scored goals he's played a good 40+ games over emmy.....i noted some clear instances where shultz and jurcina stunk it up....with no response from you....also why is it shultz is 6'6 and gets pushed around like a rag doll? but eminger.... can seperate someones shoulder?

Posted by: capshockey98 | January 30, 2008 2:45 PM | Report abuse

Keef,
What did Green say? Anything interesting?

Posted by: k | January 30, 2008 2:46 PM | Report abuse


"....also why is it shultz is 6'6 and gets pushed around like a rag doll? but eminger.... can seperate someones shoulder?"

IMHO, the situation on D is very obfuscated, but Schultz (like a fungus) is growing on me.

Posted by: Steve R | January 30, 2008 2:53 PM | Report abuse

After last night's performance, Caps better come out fired up and ready to go, in tomorrow's rematch!

Posted by: Elicea | January 30, 2008 2:54 PM | Report abuse

Who can't separate someone shoulder when they are behind them and put them into the glass on a cheap shot? Did you watch that game?

You noted two instances in which they made a mistake. I said consistant mistakes - in which Eminger does all the time. Schultz is also younger than Eminger - he will grow into his body. Again, there is/was a reason why Eminger sat for 40+ games...

I bet you think Clymer is a 40+ goal scorer as well.

Eminger will be traded or abandoned... Shultz is not going anywhere... why don't you check out Ted's Take... I don't see Jurcina going anywhere either. Why, because they are better hockey players than Eminger - not to mention, they are improving... Eminger is just the same ole - "which way did he go, George" hockey player.

I honestly can't believe I am debating with someone who things Eminger should be ahead of other defenders on an NHL team. I guess the Caps wouldn't have gone 6-14 their first 20 games had Eminger played.

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 2:55 PM | Report abuse

Montreal wouldn't have been able to go for 5-0 if the Caps hadn't let them make it 4-0.

Instead of worrying about what Montreal is doing, guys like Erskine need to stop taking stupid penalties. That's what got them a 4-0 loss, not anything Montreal was doing late in the game.

Hell, our Caps must be twice as good as Boston - the Canadiens put 8 on them. :)

Posted by: Eddie C | January 30, 2008 2:55 PM | Report abuse

misspelled things - should be thinks... I must be "waisted"!

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 2:58 PM | Report abuse

Back to passing practice....... Caps timing was god awful last night - again!

PP needs a whole lotta work. Hopefully they sorted that all out in practice. But 5 on 3's are supposed to be a slam dunk goal. For the advantaged team, not the short handed one. How the hell do you allow a SHG when you're 5 on 3? And a 2 on 0 break-away to boot! Disgraceful! I don't think we've converted a single 5 on 3 that we've had all season.

Erskine needs to take a seat again. 3 bad penalties.

Eminger vs Schultz - Eminger hits, Schultz doesn't. Both have reach. Schultz scores - a month and a half ago. Eminger goes to the front of the net and clears out bodies and rebounds. Schultz tries to do that from the side of the net because he may get touched. I'll take Eminger.

Posted by: Greg S. | January 30, 2008 3:00 PM | Report abuse

Easy to seperate a shoulder when you're hitting people from behind.

Posted by: Anonymous | January 30, 2008 3:01 PM | Report abuse

I think the Caps have actually scored one goal 5-on-3.

Posted by: Jordan | January 30, 2008 3:04 PM | Report abuse

All the chit chat and being upset about this or that means nothing really..It's a home and home....BB is trying to get the guys fired up, as is Guy in Montreal. There wasnt even one fight..Plenty of home and homes go into the 2nd game as "fight night."

Neither teams are very tough. Saku Koivu has more PIM's then everyone on our team.

Posted by: SA-Town | January 30, 2008 3:05 PM | Report abuse

Greg S.

Eminger has passes like that of Flash's on the 5 on 3... (only in the defensive zone) that is why I don't like him. He does more harm than good. Schultz may not be a hitter, but he won't "gamble" in the defensive zone.

Either way, you really think the Caps are going to keep Eminger?

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 3:06 PM | Report abuse

I like Emminger. I don't think his mistakes are any worse then anyone elses. Shultz is starting to grow on me as well. The person I don't like and never have like is Erskine. Seriously I don't care how tough he is he ALWAYS takes bad penalties and he can't skate worth a darn so if he's ever out of position you can forget him getting back in place quickly...

Posted by: K | January 30, 2008 3:10 PM | Report abuse

I didnt think Semin really did anything wrong putting the puck in at the end of the 2nd period. The period had barely ended so he was still trying to score.

I hope the Caps are pissed but being pissed at the Habs for trying to score on the PP at the end of the game is weak. Dont get down 3 to 0 vs them and your not in that same situation. Lets get them back tomorrow and forget that one.

Posted by: fansince72 | January 30, 2008 3:11 PM | Report abuse

Reality is that when Pothier and Mo are both healthy again, 4 & 44 will be in the press box except for when Jurcina and Schultz are "tired" and need to rest for a game.

Emmy and Erskine are the least talented / dependable of the Caps 8 D-men, IMHO.

Posted by: Steve R | January 30, 2008 3:12 PM | Report abuse

So, basically, according to this message board now and in the past... our whole defense sucks and should be revamped?

Poti sucks, Pothier sucks, Shultz sucks, Jurcina sucks, Eminger sucks, Erskine sucks, Morrison sucks, fans suck, players suck, coaches suck...

Rebuild around Green? That is the solution?

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 3:13 PM | Report abuse

yes i did watch the game....i've also seen several games where your buddy sarge...gets pushed or knocked down by someone 15-20 pounds lighter and up to 9 inches shorter then him. Eminger is not the future of the caps but he is the better of the two . also who couldn't seperate someones shoulder? Sarge thats who.......tell me with his chara like size and ability why don't we have him locked up for 5 years and people are afraid of the mighty shultzzy?

Posted by: capshockey98 | January 30, 2008 3:14 PM | Report abuse

I never said Shultz should be feared... nor did I say he is a bone crushing hitter. I'm just saying that I would rather have him on the ice than Eminger because of the mistakes that Eminger consistantly makes... like Steve R said - 4 & 44 are the least dependable out of the Caps D men. Both are a like - both use their braun over their brains... can you really argue with that?

Why don't we have Shultz locked up? Well, he is still on his entry salary... maybe we will see something at the end of the season.

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 3:19 PM | Report abuse

never said the sarge was my buddy either - just better than Eminger.

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 3:21 PM | Report abuse

I am now thoroughly convinced that we have 2 relatives - one of Eminger and one of Schultz - arguing on this message board. Enough already.

Posted by: get over it | January 30, 2008 3:21 PM | Report abuse

Yep, I am a relative - Schultz sucks too... but he is a better option. I must be his dad, right?

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 3:22 PM | Report abuse

I am usually not a fan of running up the score (unless it means I get free wings). However, I also think that what happened last night could backfire more on the Habs than it benefited them. You know what they say about karma...

They handed us our backsides last night, but also may have given the players and coaches something to build on that they did not think about at the time.

Maybe what happened in that last 47 seconds is just what we needed to take the nerves and stress of the playoff push out of the players minds and replace it with the kind of anger that will not only ensure victory tomorrow night but free wings for many days to come.

Posted by: Kim | January 30, 2008 3:23 PM | Report abuse

If the team will win tomorrow, BB should be automatic for 'Coach of the Year'

If the team won't win tomorrow, here's why: they couldn't put cat in the hat, train in the station, car in garage, but actually it would be cat in the hat

If Poti won't score on PeePee, he should split his salary with me.

If Alex Ovechkin wil score, he will have 40 goals, he he scores twice, he will have 41, and so on...

But we need to put cat in the hat tomorrow, that is crucial, or the team will lose the confidence and tank

Papa 'Tank' Schultz

Posted by: Papa 'Panzer' Schultz | January 30, 2008 3:24 PM | Report abuse

@828,

Score 6+ and put Laing on D...

Posted by: Steve R | January 30, 2008 3:26 PM | Report abuse

There's nothing wrong with running up the score. It is pro sports, and every player must play until the final whistle blows. If that means scoring 5 goals in the last 2 minutes, so be it.

Posted by: Finn | January 30, 2008 3:27 PM | Report abuse

Shooting the puck after the period ends is low rent and disrespectful. Semin had plenty of time to hold up. I was surprised that the Habs reacted as tamely as they did, but believe the last goal and minute were clear payback/message sending. If that riles up the Caps, so much the better; they need to play inspired hockey to make the p-word, not whatever they thought they were doing Tuesday night.

Is Flash getting benched for that horrid telegraphed pass that my six year old could have stolen, or are we so short at forward that he plays?

Posted by: Player since 1968 | January 30, 2008 3:29 PM | Report abuse

Steve R.

You know me, I'm all for Laing playing in goal or d or where ever they need him...

Def need to score 6 to get the win.

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 3:34 PM | Report abuse

Semin for Emery?

Posted by: Anonymous | January 30, 2008 3:34 PM | Report abuse

yeah, that's a good trade... we should trade Ovechkin for Sundin as well.

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 3:36 PM | Report abuse

"Semin for Emery?"

Bad move. Emery is poison in the locker room.

Posted by: Steve R | January 30, 2008 3:36 PM | Report abuse

Re: Green's interview on WJFK

It wasn't anything too exciting. He did comment that the team has good fans, just not enough of them and they're playing to get more of them.

#1 in SE is the team's goal and they're working hard to get to it. He didn't mention anything about last night's performance though.

Posted by: keef | January 30, 2008 3:38 PM | Report abuse

Anyone catch McPhee on Eliot in the Morning this morning - I missed it... would like to have heard what he had to say.

Posted by: 828 | January 30, 2008 3:39 PM | Report abuse

Vogs has an interesting blog about goalies today...can you believe someone there actually thought of Emery as well? Probably the same person. I don't like his attitude and don't think it fits with the guys we have on the team....I'll take my chances with what we have over Emery any day...

Posted by: kcme | January 30, 2008 3:40 PM | Report abuse

Heh, if we ended up with Emery, the Caps would get more ink in the Post.

Too bad it'd be for all the wrong reasons. :)

Posted by: keef | January 30, 2008 3:40 PM | Report abuse

Anyone else on board with me that Petty needs to sit too?

Posted by: MLK | January 30, 2008 3:46 PM | Report abuse

I don't know what is going on with Petty this year...he's been off all year...

Posted by: Anonymous | January 30, 2008 3:48 PM | Report abuse

read Deadspin today. And there is your answer regarding Emery.

Posted by: No way | January 30, 2008 3:54 PM | Report abuse

> I don't like his attitude and don't think it fits with the guys we have on the team....

If Semin can fit, Emery can fit too. Brash would mentor him... :)

Posted by: Papa 'Panzer' Schultz | January 30, 2008 3:57 PM | Report abuse

Did anyone else notice that the caps team that got beat last night was the old team that never passed they just made the indirect chip in the general direction of another player??? Was it the ice or is Montrel that good?? When the caps pass to each other they are one of the best teams in the league top5 when they don't they look like they did last night bottom2.

Posted by: Passer | January 30, 2008 3:59 PM | Report abuse

If Semin scores and Emery stops the puck like he did in playofs, I don't have any problems...

But of course I am half serious just like my half slap shot.

Posted by: Papa 'Panzer' Schultz | January 30, 2008 4:01 PM | Report abuse

Tarik, Any quotes from this morning about the guys being upset at Montreal for their late game tactics?

Posted by: Pat | January 30, 2008 4:02 PM | Report abuse

Dimitri Young can mentor Emery.

Posted by: Anonymous | January 30, 2008 4:04 PM | Report abuse

Why would you want Emery?? Can we just stop this ill-thinking now!

Posted by: G-Rub | January 30, 2008 4:10 PM | Report abuse

@828 - you can read a summary of GMGM's conversation with Elliot over on the Caps message boards.

Might I suggest some of the sillier conversations be taken there too, since this is Tarik's blog and not a message board? It's getting harder and harder to wade through the crap in order to find semi-intelligent commentary on the topics Tarik blogs about.

Posted by: Jill | January 30, 2008 4:12 PM | Report abuse

It's weird that when Kozlov wasn't scoring everyone called him a bum and a waste of money.. but Petty always gets the benefit of the doubt. I don't get it.

Posted by: Jordan | January 30, 2008 4:12 PM | Report abuse

I do not think that Eminger will be here next year. Frankly, I won't cry over that loss. I'll be a bit peturbed if Schultz does stick around and Eminger is gone.

On the D. Jurcina is a non-descript stay at home kind of guy. No real assists all year (4), yet he has a hard shot. Poti has some assists (12) but hasn't scored at all this year. He'll tend the D-zone first which is nice.

Morrison has 6 assists this year, but takes care of home first. Pothier is injured, but played well when we had him.

I'm not impressed with the D production in terms of assists. Their ability to shut down offenses is limited. Until they can be more physical and take players off the puck, their offensive side must get better.

Posted by: Greg S. | January 30, 2008 4:14 PM | Report abuse

BB needs to send the players to the gym and work them hard...all last night they kept getting bumped and pushed off the puck. They kept getting out worked along the boards and Montrel was clearly the stronger team.

Posted by: Anonymous | January 30, 2008 4:19 PM | Report abuse

@Greg S,

The lack of assists on D could be a product of no one lurking in front for a redirect or rebound. It seems like the D is shooting more, the O just isn't taking advantage by cherry picking.

Posted by: Steve R | January 30, 2008 4:20 PM | Report abuse

Jill

Agreed! This is Tarik's blog and the continuous off topic rantings should move elsewhere. Intelligent commentary would be a welcome change from the constant complaining that readers have to wade through just to find an update from Tarik.

Posted by: loose moose | January 30, 2008 4:26 PM | Report abuse

Plausible, Steve. Net presence is something that this team also lacks, and we've talked that a lot here, too. I won't deny it.

Posted by: Greg S. | January 30, 2008 4:27 PM | Report abuse

@Jill,

"semi-intelligent commentary"

I resemble that remark. To be honest, I enjoy a good puckguru rant now and then. And there seems to be a direct proportional relationship between the length of time between Tarik's updates and more wild tangents coming from the bloggers. Such is life.

Posted by: Steve R | January 30, 2008 4:46 PM | Report abuse

Greg S,

It seems like every time Nick B plants himself out in front he gets the crap knocked out of him & it's a couple of games before he tries it again. Need Kozlov in front, not Nicky.

Posted by: Steve R | January 30, 2008 5:12 PM | Report abuse

The still suck

Go Habs Go

Posted by: CapsSuck | January 30, 2008 5:14 PM | Report abuse

I personally don't have a problem with the Habs sending out their top guns. If the Caps were up on someone 3-0 or 4-0 I don't want them to relent. But I am also glad that the team is a little ticked off. Hopefully they'll put on a good show as I scream and yell from section 431.

Posted by: Sombrero Guy | January 30, 2008 5:43 PM | Report abuse

@Steve R

I am surprised the negative boys have not posted yet today. the caps have lost 2 of 3. They should be calling for GMGM's head by now.

Posted by: Lee | January 30, 2008 5:46 PM | Report abuse

Lee

I think by now even the most negative of people are beginning to realize the team GMGM put together isn't all that bad.

Posted by: Yosh | January 30, 2008 6:01 PM | Report abuse

@Yosh,

I think/hope you are right. He seems to have put together a core that will stick together for the long haul. A few more pieces, a year or two more to gel, and we will have a winner. I for one am excited.

Posted by: Lee | January 30, 2008 6:08 PM | Report abuse

I dont want to wait a year or 2. The rebuild was supposed to be over. They should have had no problems getting in the playoffs this year.

Posted by: Tommmy | January 30, 2008 6:14 PM | Report abuse

Tommy, who said the rebuild is over? The owner, in a moment of over-exubernce. GMGM has not said they are done

Posted by: Lee | January 30, 2008 6:21 PM | Report abuse

Shouldn't the owner know? If not then the organization is in a sad state. Really, how often do we have to put up with inept management?

Posted by: Tommmy | January 30, 2008 6:28 PM | Report abuse

The Washington Caps will always suck, so long as McPhee is GM.
No matter what happens, George McPhee will never build a bonafied contender, nor should he receive any credit for getting a first pick and changing coaches.

Posted by: Chief | January 30, 2008 6:32 PM | Report abuse

@Lee, what's with all the reason and fairness, man? Sure, the Caps have a collection of young talent, picks, leaders, and cap room that looks like a pretty cool hand, and for years to come. You don't think GMGM had anything to do with THAT, do you? Ridiculous!

Posted by: redlineblue | January 30, 2008 6:42 PM | Report abuse

If Leonsis & Mgmt is serious about having a legit contender for the cup (forget just making the playoffs, that don't mean s**t), then they've GOT to get 1)a legit goaltender (what they've got now just ain't gonna do it) 2)an experienced center, and 3)a top defenseman.
I'm tired of waiting another year or two.
Do what needs to be done NOW.

Posted by: sc cap fan | January 30, 2008 6:43 PM | Report abuse

I'm surprised it was not 6 to 0 after the 4 soft goals Johnny let in. Our goaltending just suks. You would think with such great D we could get great goaltending from a cardboard cutout! I never cease to be amazed. By the way Eminger suks big time!

Posted by: Bob | January 30, 2008 6:53 PM | Report abuse

Lee, I agree with you, the pieces are coming together.

SC Cap fan, I disagree, however, with you. To get that goalie, center and defender, what do the Caps give up? Prospects? Draft picks? You want to see Alzner and a #1 pick go bye bye for a 1/2 a season rent a player? The price is too high to borrow a player for the short term.

Posted by: Steve R | January 30, 2008 7:05 PM | Report abuse

Look, I'm as impatient as the next guy, but we all saw the year before the lockout what mgmt was going to do: gut the team, and build for the long term. And that's what is happening. We have good youngsters in the system, and as soon as they mature as hockey players, we will have ateam that can compete, and not get hurt when a player goes down due to injury. It takes years to build that. Look at Detroit

Posted by: Lee | January 30, 2008 7:12 PM | Report abuse

I think the Caps looked like dog poo last night but:

-I so wanted someone to start a fight at the end last night because of Montreal's antics in the last minute. I was incensed.

-Anyone else catch the fact that all four on-ice officials were from Quebec. We could easily have had 3 PPs by the time they gave the first of the game to Montreal (thanks Erskine). They sucked. We just sucked a little more.

-Huet was sharp but we did hit like two or three posts last night.

-I hate Montreal and that stupid singing. It isn't a European soccer game for cripes sake!

-Did I mention Erskine should be drawn, quartered, shot, and then buried in a compost heap?

-Bet Olie won't get a .900 save percentage on Thursday

Posted by: Sapper | January 30, 2008 7:26 PM | Report abuse

I think the Caps looked like dog poo last night but:

-I so wanted someone to start a fight at the end last night because of Montreal's antics in the last minute. I was incensed.

-Anyone else catch the fact that all four on-ice officials were from Quebec. We could easily have had 3 PPs by the time they gave the first of the game to Montreal (thanks Erskine). They sucked. We just sucked a little more.

-Huet was sharp but we did hit like two or three posts last night.

-I hate Montreal and that stupid singing. It isn't a European soccer game for cripes sake!

-Did I mention Erskine should be drawn, quartered, shot, and then buried in a compost heap?

-Bet Olie won't get a .900 save percentage on Thursday

Posted by: Sapper | January 30, 2008 7:26 PM | Report abuse

I think the Caps looked like dog poo last night but:

-I so wanted someone to start a fight at the end last night because of Montreal's antics in the last minute. I was incensed.

-Anyone else catch the fact that all four on-ice officials were from Quebec. We could easily have had 3 PPs by the time they gave the first of the game to Montreal (thanks Erskine). They sucked. We just sucked a little more.

-Huet was sharp but we did hit like two or three posts last night.

-I hate Montreal and that stupid singing. It isn't a European soccer game for cripes sake!

-Did I mention Erskine should be drawn, quartered, shot, and then buried in a compost heap?

-Bet Olie won't get a .900 save percentage on Thursday

Posted by: Sapper | January 30, 2008 7:26 PM | Report abuse

I think the Caps looked like dog poo last night but:

-I so wanted someone to start a fight at the end last night because of Montreal's antics in the last minute. I was incensed.

-Anyone else catch the fact that all four on-ice officials were from Quebec. We could easily have had 3 PPs by the time they gave the first of the game to Montreal (thanks Erskine). They sucked. We just sucked a little more.

-Huet was sharp but we did hit like two or three posts last night.

-I hate Montreal and that stupid singing. It isn't a European soccer game for cripes sake!

-Did I mention Erskine should be drawn, quartered, shot, and then buried in a compost heap?

-Bet Olie won't get a .900 save percentage on Thursday

Posted by: Sapper | January 30, 2008 7:32 PM | Report abuse

Sapper was so mad he said it 3 times....

Posted by: lee | January 30, 2008 8:00 PM | Report abuse

Everything is crap, doo-doo, poop, feces and giant turds! The offense sucks, the defense sucks, the goalies suck, the coaches suck, the management sucks, the owner sucks, the Verizon Center sucks, the fans suck, and D.C. sucks the big one.

There, enough said. I think I've covered everything.

Posted by: We Suck | January 30, 2008 8:26 PM | Report abuse

Sorry about my late comments about last night :D only now I have some time to post.

I blame mostly BB for last night loss. It's the first time I do. Hopefully it's the last. Hopefully he's the kind of man that learn from mistakes.

BB before the game: "they're going to come out strong on the first. If they score, it's going to be very hard to catch up." He said that BEFORE the game. Diagnosis 100% correct, solution 100% wrong: he wanted to apply a crazy forecheck and stay in their zone. That worked for about 2 minutes.

A crazy pressure can work with the Leafs, or some other weaker team. It's not going to work with Montreal: they're just too good for that. They can sustain furious forecheck, then destroy you with rushes. Warning BB: if you don't play smarter than that, we're going to be swept in the playoffs (assuming we'll get there). The Caps are NOT the best team in the NHL. You can't play as if we are. We cannot contain such such a strong team in their end zone. Actually, let me rephrase it: we CAN contain it for 90% of the time, maybe even score a couple. The remaining 10% they'll score 10 goals on us.

Second: the PP was ridicolous. Having a 5 on 3 for more than 40 seconds should almost automatically result in a goal. We weren't even close. As a matter of fact, their goal came on a rush during the 5 on 3, then it became 5 on 4 and they scored.

Our 5 on 4 was pathetic. Now, does this mean lack of determination? YES - during the PP. Bruce: why aren't the Caps playing with the same intensity during a PP as they are on even strength? Again: do that with a stronger team and we'll lose. We'll lose BAD.


I didn't like AO either. First he missed an empty net. Second, he was too easily stopped. Alex, are you going to play like that when heavily guarded?

There, I said it. I'm blaming the two Caps I cheer for the most: BB and AO.

Of course tomorrow I'm back to cheer them :)

GO CAPS!

Posted by: mauree | January 30, 2008 8:39 PM | Report abuse

It's amazing that the Caps need 5+ years for a rebuild (and still can't get it right) yet the Flyers can completely turn it around in 1 season. Mcphee and Leonsis are completely incompetent and caps fans get screwed.

Posted by: reality | January 30, 2008 9:55 PM | Report abuse

"Flyers turn it around IN one season", or do you mean "FOR" one season? Caps youth/pipeline/picks/cap room took longer to assemble-- and will work better for longer-- than what's new on Broad Street.

Posted by: redlineblue | January 30, 2008 10:38 PM | Report abuse

It was ONE GAME.
You remind me of the movie major league, where you're Rick Vaughan. Calm down, we have 31 more points to go. Think about it this way - that's 62 potential points. SIXTY-TWO. They have what, 51 now? 23-23-5? Add 62 to 53. 115, right? If the 92 point mark is correct, how many of those points do we need to get? 39. 39 out of 62 means we can give up 23 points, hypothetically. It's actually a little less than the "Win two, lose one" pace we've been on.
So, one loss, throw in the towel?
Season is FAR from over.

Posted by: Whiter Mage | January 30, 2008 11:35 PM | Report abuse

Steve R.

You're right again. Neither Backstrom nor Semin have the bulk and intestitudinal fortitude to grow roots in front of the net. Having said that, guess what? They're forwards. They're supposed to go to the net.

But, yeah. They get hammered, and they avoid the net for the next few games. They just need to get in closer to the slot. They don't really have to live there so long as SOMEONE is there.

Posted by: Greg S. | January 30, 2008 11:36 PM | Report abuse

It doesn't matter any more. The season as of yesterday is over. The Caps will never win another game ever again. They should just move to another city already because their just doomed in DC. We just all need to give up now and accept our fate.

Posted by: We Suck | January 30, 2008 11:41 PM | Report abuse

It's like we didnt want to rebuild yet, but got handed Ovey, so Ted figured why not?

Posted by: RH | January 31, 2008 12:32 AM | Report abuse

It appears as though a bunch of zany, irresponsible, pimple - faced adolescents have invaded our board. I, for one, would just as soon they go back to their teeter totler, and sand boxes.

Posted by: Puckguru | January 31, 2008 12:42 AM | Report abuse

Ovie and Semin left for Russia after the game last night. They figured the season was over so why stick around. BB said he would rebuild the team around Shultz, Erskine and Emminger.

Posted by: We Suck | January 31, 2008 12:46 AM | Report abuse

Nope,

Not ready to give in after one game... please people... I know that we can make this happen at the Booth. 2 Points, CAPS Win!

Posted by: Super | January 31, 2008 1:34 AM | Report abuse

@Erskine

I know that that wasn't a comment by Erskine, by the way that you had the chance to say we...

No surrender.

Hit Hit Hit,

See you at the booth.

Posted by: Super | January 31, 2008 3:12 AM | Report abuse

You tell him Super, and all of these surrender monkeys. We will crush the lowly Canadiens.

Posted by: No Surrender | January 31, 2008 3:59 AM | Report abuse

I can't believe the negativity after one loss. Yeah we looked horrible but guess what? We can't expect the guys to win every night. Every team losses, its just part of the game...

Posted by: k | January 31, 2008 8:36 AM | Report abuse

I hope the Caps were sore on the way that last minute finished out. They really needed to hit a couple of those guys skating into the slot. Hopefully the Caps gets out to a good start tonight.

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