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  posted on 3/27/2007 at 02:06 PM
Good playoff style game last night.The 1-0 score might have had something to do with 4 Norris winners in the game-Lidstrom,Chelios,Pronger and Niedermeyer and 1 behind the bench-Randy Carlyle. 448 th. straight sell out at the Joe,yes that includes seats sold to folks too lazy to get off their butt and go to the game( or give me the tix...) Hasek gets his 75th. SO and seventh of the season.

Fun to watch home games with the homer tv crew - last night they showed Sandy McCarty welcoming Claude the Weasel Lemieux back to Detroit a few years ago after Lemiieux's blind side hit on Kris Draper. Lemieux being Lemieux turtled of course but McCarty got his shots in,nice replay.

 

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  posted on 3/27/2007 at 04:02 PM
With the exception of the homer tv crew, that was a fun game to watch.

(Even if the Ducks did lose)

 

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  posted on 3/27/2007 at 08:17 PM
Leafs leading Canes 5-1 in Carolina.


Dayum.

 

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  posted on 3/27/2007 at 08:53 PM
Montreal not making it easy on Toronto.

Beating the rangers 5-2 in the third.

 

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  posted on 3/27/2007 at 09:12 PM
Another boring Devils win.

3-2 over the Islanders.

Win #44 for Marty.

Three wins away from Bernie Parent's record.

 

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  posted on 3/27/2007 at 09:12 PM
Bruins beat Ottawa.

Heh heh.

 

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  posted on 3/27/2007 at 10:17 PM
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Bruins beat Ottawa.

Heh heh.


Good! LOL

Danged Tampa got beat by Florida. Might as well stick a fork in em.

 

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  posted on 3/28/2007 at 12:16 AM
Big loss for Avs , probably have to beat Calgary twice and them some outside help to make playoffs . Go Avs
 

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  posted on 3/28/2007 at 10:47 AM
New Jersey and Buffalo tonight!

After tonight, maybe Ron will jump on the bandwagon.

With the Sens loss last night, I would love to Sabres to take this one and open the gap.

it has become a six team race to the final spot in the East.

 

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  posted on 3/28/2007 at 05:41 PM
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New Jersey and Buffalo tonight!

After tonight, maybe Ron will jump on the bandwagon.

With the Sens loss last night, I would love to Sabres to take this one and open the gap.

it has become a six team race to the final spot in the East.



I like both teams in this matchup, wouldn't have any problems rooting either one all the way to the Cup. I don't think this game is on around here, sure wish it was. Should be a heckuva game!

Daniel Briere is one reason why the Buffalo Sabres lead the Eastern Conference, but he's had trouble helping them beat Martin Brodeur and the New Jersey Devils consistently.

Briere leads Buffalo (48-20-7) into its final regular-season matchup against Brodeur and New Jersey on Wednesday night at HSBC Arena.

All three games in the season series have been decided in regulation by 3-2 scores, with the Devils (45-23-8) winning two of them. New Jersey is tied with Pittsburgh for the Atlantic Division lead, but has a game in hand on the idle Penguins.

The Sabres, meanwhile, have 103 points this season, leaving them two points behind Nashville in the race for the President's Trophy. Buffalo has played two fewer games than the Predators.

The Sabres need the diminutive Briere to try and move them back atop the league standings. Buffalo picked him up in a trade from Phoenix in March 2003 for forward Chris Gratton and a draft pick. Though listed at only 5-foot-9, Briere has been Buffalo's best offensive player since then, recording 91 goals and 133 assists in 218 regular-season games.

In 10 games versus the Devils since the trade, though, Briere has managed only four goals and seven points as the Sabres have gone 2-6-0 with two ties.

Briere needs one goal to match his career-high of 32 - set with the Coyotes in 2001-02 - and his next point will make him the first Buffalo player in 11 seasons with 90. Pat LaFontaine had 91 points in 1995-96.

Briere was held without a point Saturday, and the Sabres settled for a split of their home-and-home series with Toronto after a 4-1 loss. He had a goal and an assist Friday, when Buffalo scored four goals less than 9 minutes apart in the third period to rally for a 5-4 win over the Maple Leafs.

"There were some parts of our game I was embarrassed about," an upset coach Lindy Ruff said Monday after a grueling 90-minute practice. "We're not going to hide from it. We're not happy with the way we played."

One player who took part in the practice was right wing Ales Kotalik, who is expected to return to the lineup Wednesday after missing 16 games with an injured right knee. Kotalik, who hasn't played since Feb. 17, has 14 goals and 36 points in 59 games.

New Jersey is coming off another postseason-clinching win thanks to Brodeur, who reached another milestone. He made 23 saves for his career-high 44th win in a 3-2 victory over the New York Islanders on Tuesday night, giving the Devils their 10th straight playoff berth.

Brodeur is the fourth goaltender in NHL history with 44 wins in a season, joining Philadelphia's Bernie Parent and Detroit's Terry Sawchuk. Vancouver's Roberto Luongo also posted his 44th win later Thursday night. Parent holds the single-season record with 47 wins in 1973-74.

"It's great anytime you beat your own record," said Brodeur, who's twice had 43 victories. "It's a lot of wins for one season."

Since Briere's arrival in Buffalo more than four years ago, Brodeur is 7-2-0 with a tie and a 2.08 goals-against average when facing the Sabres.

Brodeur also is 12-5-0 with three ties and a 2.51 GAA in his career at Buffalo, but has never posted a shutout there. He leads the league with a career-high 12 shutouts this season and is third all-time with 92 - two shy of tying George Hainsworth for second.

 

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  posted on 3/28/2007 at 06:43 PM
And the time Ken & I went to Buffalo for a Devils game, Marty was chased after one period.

We had goal line seats, six rows up from the ice, and got to watch Chris Tererri.

On top of that, Bobby Holik and Jason Arnott were both scratches, and Sykora left the game injured.

Lots of River Rats playing that night.

 

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  posted on 3/28/2007 at 08:40 PM
Buffalo wins 4-3.

Not a boring game by any means.

Hope Jersey can get healthy by playoff time.

 

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  posted on 3/28/2007 at 09:22 PM
NJ scores with 2 secopnds left.

Only 4 penalties combined and one was a delay of game. I love those types of games. Just let them play.

Still some seats on the bandwagon Ron.

Philly does some damage to Carolina tonight also.

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  posted on 3/28/2007 at 09:59 PM
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A First!!!!

 

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  posted on 3/28/2007 at 10:03 PM
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Not a boring game by any means.


A First!!!!


Spoken as a true leaf fan who has seen four Devils games in the last five years.

 

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  posted on 3/29/2007 at 12:02 AM
Come on Ron, Devils are a must see for this guy. I was thinking of checking out a NJ game while in NYC but I saw the leafs were in town and thought my entertainment $$$ would be better suited supporting the fine folks of NYC. Next time I promise. Leafs!!!!

 

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  posted on 3/29/2007 at 08:28 AM
Pretty cocky for a guy whose team is currntly in a golfing situation.

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  posted on 3/29/2007 at 11:13 AM
Depending on the games leading up to saturday April 7 , it could come down to Habs vs Leafs for a playoff spot , what a game that would be .
 

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  posted on 3/29/2007 at 11:58 AM
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Depending on the games leading up to saturday April 7 , it could come down to Habs vs Leafs for a playoff spot , what a game that would be .


I'd root for a tie.

 

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Depending on the games leading up to saturday April 7 , it could come down to Habs vs Leafs for a playoff spot , what a game that would be .


I'd root for a tie.


Who has the tie-breaker? Neither team!

If I was Toronto, I would want to avoid that situation at all costs. Montreal always seems to pull these things off.

 

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If I was Toronto, I would want to avoid that situation at all costs. Montreal always seems to pull these things off.




Yeah its the great CDN conspiracy. CDN big wigs don't want to piss of the Quebecers and have them separate so we better call the game in the habs favour, Happens every year don't want them Ontario folks laughing at the Quebecers.

Don't believe me. Remember the 70's when the habs were winning everything? Yeah what was going on at that time in Quebec? I won't expect Americans to know this but that was a time of great displeasure in la belle Province (calls for separation from Canada were everywhere, the country was a disaster, riots, killings you name it) so to keep everyone drunk and happy they kept giving the fricken habs the cup. It worked !!! Canada is still together but then things were a little heated around 93 and what happened they gave the habs the cup and it worked again. Things are a little tense now so lets see what happens this year in the playoffs. Go Leafs Go

 

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Yeah its the great CDN conspiracy. CDN big wigs don't want to piss of the Quebecers and have them separate so we better call the game in the habs favour, Happens every year don't want them Ontario folks laughing at the Quebecers.

Don't believe me. Remember the 70's when the habs were winning everything? Yeah what was going on at that time in Quebec? I won't expect Americans to know this but that was a time of great displeasure in la belle Province (calls for separation from Canada were everywhere, the country was a disaster, riots, killings you name it) so to keep everyone drunk and happy they kept giving the fricken habs the cup. It worked !!! Canada is still together but then things were a little heated around 93 and what happened they gave the habs the cup and it worked again. Things are a little tense now so lets see what happens this year in the playoffs. Go Leafs Go



All the time is a time of great displeasure in la belle Province ( Never enough money )
If it was in fact up to the government , Ottawa and Toronto would " be given the cup " every year , they would probably alternate each year . LOL

 

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Yeah its the great CDN conspiracy. CDN big wigs don't want to piss of the Quebecers and have them separate so we better call the game in the habs favour, Happens every year don't want them Ontario folks laughing at the Quebecers.

Don't believe me. Remember the 70's when the habs were winning everything? Yeah what was going on at that time in Quebec? I won't expect Americans to know this but that was a time of great displeasure in la belle Province (calls for separation from Canada were everywhere, the country was a disaster, riots, killings you name it) so to keep everyone drunk and happy they kept giving the fricken habs the cup. It worked !!! Canada is still together but then things were a little heated around 93 and what happened they gave the habs the cup and it worked again. Things are a little tense now so lets see what happens this year in the playoffs. Go Leafs Go


I really hope you are joking. Hard to believe all the US teams would agree to that.

Or it could be that or it could be the teams full of Hall Of Famers. What a defense.

1976 MONTREAL CANADIENS: Pierre Bouchard, Rick Chartraw, Yvan Cournoyer, Bob Gainey, Doug Jarvis, Guy Lafleur, Yvon Lambert, Guy Lapointe, Jacques Lemaire, Pete Mahovlich, Bill Nyrop, Doug Risebrough, Jim Roberts, Larry Robinson, Serge Savard, Steve Shutt, Mario Tremblay, Murray Wilson. (Head Coach: Scotty Bowman)



1977 MONTREAL CANADIENS: Pierre Bouchard, Rick Chartraw, Ken Dryden, Brian Engblom, Bob Gainey, Rejean Houle, Doug Jarvis, Guy Lafleur, Yvon Lambert, Guy Lapointe, Jacques Lemaire, Pete Mahovlich, Pierre Mondou, Bill Nyrop, Mike Polich, Doug Risebrough, Jim Roberts, Larry Robinson, Serge Savard, Steve Shutt, Mario Tremblay, Murray Wilson. (Head Coach: Scotty Bowman)



1978 MONTREAL CANADIENS: Pierre Bouchard, Rick Chartraw, Yvan Cournoyer, Brian Engblom, Bob Gainey, Rejean Houle, Doug Jarvis, Guy Lafleur, Yvon Lambert, Guy Lapointe, Pierre Larouche, Jacques Lemaire, Gilles Lupien, Pierre Mondou, Bill Nyrop, Doug Risebrough, Larry Robinson, Serge Savard, Steve Shutt, Mario Tremblay. (Head Coach: Scotty Bowman)



1979 MONTREAL CANADIENS: Rick Chartraw, Cam Connor, Ken Dryden, Brian Engblom, Bob Gainey, Rejean Houle, Pat Hughes, Doug Jarvis, Guy Lafleur, Yvon Lambert, Rod Langway, Guy Lapointe, Pierre Larouche, Jacques Lemaire, Gilles Lupien, Pierre Mondou, Mark Napier, Doug Risebrough, Larry Robinson, Serge Savard, Steve Shutt, Mario Tremblay. (Head Coach: Scotty Bowman)

Just so our American Brothers understand. People from Toronto have always been jealous of Montreal. Basically because Montreal does everything better. Well Toronto used to speak english better. Not anymore. Everyone who spoke english in Toronto has moved away.

Oh I forgot. Toronto does have something Montreal doesn't have. Terrorists.

Remember way back to 1967. Toronto had been crying for so long that the other teams just let them win.

1967 TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS: (Head Coach) Punch Imlach, Al Smith (G), Allan Stanley, Autry Erickson, Bob Baun, Bob Pulford, Brent Imlach, Brian Conacher, Brit Selby, Bruce Gamble (G), Dave Keon, Dick Gamble, Duane Rupp, Eddie Shack, Frank Mahovlich, Gary Smith (G), George Armstrong, Jim McKenny, Jim Pappin, John Brenneman, Johnny Bower (G), Kent Douglas, Larry Hillman, Larry Jeffrey, Leonard "Red" Kelly, Marcel Pronovost, Mike Walton, Milan Marcetta, Pete Stemkowski, Ron Ellis, Terry Sawchuk (G), Tim Horton, Wayne Carleton.

Ahhh the good old days. Sadly most people that can remember it are suffering from memory loss from age.

 

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  posted on 3/30/2007 at 11:25 PM
Ottawa does Toronto a favor and takes down Montreal. If Toronto wins all remaining games they are guarenteed a spot. Unlikely but it is possible. The last two games for them will be huge.

Penguins
Rangers
Flyers
Islanders
Montreal

Buffalo brought the NYI down tonight though. Buffalo in the league lead at least for the night.

 

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  posted on 3/31/2007 at 07:38 AM
Devils win 3-1.

Nothing like playing Philly to get back on track.

NJ is 6-1 against them this year.

Bruins on Sunday, then Tuesday they play Ottawa.

Win number 45 for Marty, John Madden returns.

 

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