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So this is what it’s like to be a Habs fan in 2012

Brian Gionta: misses 11 games with a groin injury, back for less than two, torn bicep, gone for the season.

Andrei Markov: AWOL.

Scott Gomez: missed 29 games and counting…goals: 0.

And that, folks, is close to $20 million in cap space. Any more injuries, and Randy Cunneyworth will be lacing ‘em up as a player coach.

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Small potatoes compared to having a coach that doesn’t speak French.  Come on stick with the “real” problems.

Posted by Steve on 01/11/12 at 10:19 PM ET

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Pens injuries… Nuff said

Posted by pensfan29 on 01/12/12 at 12:27 AM ET

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Cunneyworth would play with more passion and heart than half of these gutless pukes

Posted by BlackXinu on 01/12/12 at 07:51 AM ET

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Pens injuries… Nuff said

Posted by pensfan29 on 01/11/12 at 10:27 PM ET

Yep.

Posted by Flashtastick56 from Meriden, CT on 01/12/12 at 11:23 AM ET

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Ah - but you guys have that Malkin fellow. And, a coach who speaks the same language as your fans…or something like that.

Posted by The Upper Canadien from Toronto on 01/12/12 at 08:39 PM ET

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