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  posted on 2/23/2007 at 05:59 PM
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Fricken Leafs are pathetic in Shootouts. I think their record is 2 and 7 or something like that. DiPietro is a wall these days.
Great to see old time hockey is back. Goalie scraps are the best. That Emery is a mean so and so thats for sure. Sens and Sabres looks like a great matchup in May.


And they play again in Ottawa Saturday.

Heh heh.

 

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  posted on 2/23/2007 at 11:00 PM
Look for me on TV.

Always a fun time watching Buffalo kick the Sens ass at home. All in all not that many real punches were thrown all things considered. Emery has balls but that isn't really what the team needs. He should be careful. After the suspension, and this incident he could risk his #1 spot if he loses a couple. Gerber has been playing much better and the Sens need to explain his salary to a degree.

Don't really want Buffalo brawling anyway. They are wounded enough and now Drury is questionable with the cut.

People say that Ottawa's "Stars" shouldn't fight anyway. Damn straight they should. Not like Buffalo sent out an incredible goon squad. Sure someone had to take their lumps from Peters. If the Sen didn't turtle then Peters can't fight Emery. Peters just went looking for a taker and only Emery was willing.

Heatley 6'3" 216 lbs. Should be able to take care of himself.
Spezza 6'3" 213 lbs.
Volchenkov 6'1" 226 lbs.
Phillips 6'3" 216 lbs
Emery 6'2" 202 lbs.



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  posted on 2/23/2007 at 11:13 PM
Amen.

With size like that, you can't run and hide.

Brian Gionta is twice as tough as those clowns, and he's all of 5' 6".

Emery is effn nuts, but then again, he IS a goalie.

Should have served more than three games for his last transgression.

Too bad Peters didn't get in a few more heavy shots.

Only tough guy Ottawa ever had was ex-Sabre Rob Ray.

 

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  posted on 2/23/2007 at 11:23 PM
...And they play again tomorrow night. Round 2
 

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  posted on 2/23/2007 at 11:25 PM
Noted that two posts before.

Heh heh.

Only trouble is, my team plays at 7:15.

 

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  posted on 2/23/2007 at 11:30 PM
Hey Ron, too bad we won't get that game here on tv. We get the Leafs/Flyers, which could be a good game too.

Good luck in your game tomorrow, Dylan's team was on a roll, Thursday we were 2 minutes from our 6th win in a row when Dylan checked another kid against the boards, the first official signals a boarding penalty...ok, I could take that, when the other ref comes over and changes it to a hit from behind, meaning a 2 game suspension

The kid was fine and just skated away, Dylan was really upset as he knows when he's guilty and this was a clean hit.

6 games left in our season still.

 

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  posted on 2/23/2007 at 11:42 PM
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Hey Ron, too bad we won't get that game here on tv. We get the Leafs/Flyers, which could be a good game too.

Good luck in your game tomorrow, Dylan's team was on a roll, Thursday we were 2 minutes from our 6th win in a row when Dylan checked another kid against the boards, the first official signals a boarding penalty...ok, I could take that, when the other ref comes over and changes it to a hit from behind, meaning a 2 game suspension

The kid was fine and just skated away, Dylan was really upset as he knows when he's guilty and this was a clean hit.

6 games left in our season still.


Derek has had four or five of those.

He's had two that drew one game suspensions.

He's fourth in scoring, and first in penalty minutes.

I can't complain too much, he's the only kid I have who wants to play physical.

He hits like a ton of bricks, just needs to learn to pull back if the target turns his back.

The last one was ridiculous though.

He got a game suspension for the hit from behind.

Only thing was the kid was looking right at him when he got hit.

The force spun him around and because he was near the benches, he went head first into the divider between the team bench and the penalty box.

The hit looked twice as bad as it was.

Kid wasn't hurt, he got right back up.

 

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  posted on 2/24/2007 at 12:01 AM
My first hockey game ever as a kid, I cross-checked another kid across the face and broke his glasses. I think I was 5 at the time. Set the tone for years to come.

They put me in nets to try and control me (Actually my older brother was a goalie) and I still lead the team in penalties. Had lots of fights too. One or two back-handers across some ankles over the years.

 

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  posted on 2/24/2007 at 12:06 AM
One of my last games in youth hockey, we got a police escort out of the Camillus rink.

I got a one game suspension for that "incident".





The other guy had two broken ribs, a broken nose, and had twenty four stitches.

He was three inches taller and twenty pounds heavier, easily.

 

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  posted on 2/24/2007 at 12:11 AM
I'm thinking all that saw the hit on Drury would agree it was a little late. I don't buy the head down watching the shot stuff. There is a few seconds between shooting and him getting hit. I say throw the book at Neil. And to add to it he threw an elbow right at Drury's head.
Sad thing is Drury's out and Neil will be playing tomorrow night.

 

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  posted on 2/24/2007 at 12:21 AM
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I'm thinking all that saw the hit on Drury would agree it was a little late. I don't buy the head down watching the shot stuff. There is a few seconds between shooting and him getting hit. I say throw the book at Neil. And to add to it he threw an elbow right at Drury's head.
Sad thing is Drury's out and Neil will be playing tomorrow night.


I think it was basically a clean hit. They timed it at 1.1 seconds or something. But as you say, Neil went for the kill. Which isn't necessary because you will ring his bell either way. Should be a form of Unnecessary Roughing in hockey.

After that hit, Murray was a fool to put out Spezza and the crew. Poor coaching there. You have to expect the Home Team to seek revenge.

 

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  posted on 2/24/2007 at 11:28 AM
Good point about the unnecessary roughing call. PLayers have to have respect for each other.

I think Sens Sabres on in BC tonight (I hope). Did a leafs fan just say that? Don't expect any fireworks in game but CBC showing Leafs Flyers nationally would be a joke.

 

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  posted on 2/24/2007 at 04:17 PM
I guess everyone forgot that since the season after Scott Stevens put Lindros out cold, checks to the head are illegal.


Doesn't matter that it was a shoulder instead of an elbow, it was to the head.

And I don't buy the crap some of the posters on Youtube said about keeping his head up.

"The guy will be a better player now".

Morons.

 

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  posted on 2/25/2007 at 02:28 AM
He didn't really have his head down. Neil comes from behind and just side swipes him. Neil took advantage of the situation for sure.

Sadly Buffalo lost tonight's game. Was a good one though. Lots of goals, couple of fights, good hitting and fast paced. 6-5 with a third period comeback attempt for the Sabres. The losing goal was just stupid also. Miller behind the net and losing the puck. During a bad penalty call.

Not bad with having 7 guys from the minors called up.

 

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  posted on 2/25/2007 at 12:54 PM
Didn't get to see any of it.

My team played at 7:15.

Good game, we won 6-2.

Derek had a pretty goal, and half a dozen big hits.

 

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  posted on 2/25/2007 at 05:04 PM

 

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  posted on 2/25/2007 at 09:09 PM
One of my favorites from last night:



Three players, three sticks, five legs.

My son the sandwich.

 

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  posted on 2/25/2007 at 10:18 PM
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Look out Det-riot.

Nashville just traded for Peter Forsberg.

Heh heh.




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Forsberg's 1st Nashville Goal a Winner
Sunday, February 25, 2007 12:27 AM EST
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Peter Forsberg's first goal for the Nashville Predators was a memorable one. Forsberg scored at 2:11 of overtime Saturday night, giving the Predators a 4-3 victory over Detroit and pushing them past the Red Wings into first place in the Central Division.

"The team played great," Forsberg said. "There was a great atmosphere in the building."

Acquired from Philadelphia less than two weeks ago, the star forward earned his initial point with Nashville in the first period when he assisted on the first of Paul Kariya's two goals.

Kariya tied the score at 3 with 1:04 remaining in regulation, then made a nice pass to Forsberg for the game-winner. Kariya skated in from the right side and found Forsberg coming in from the left. Forsberg shot from close range, beating Detroit goalie Chris Osgood over his shoulder.

"It was an unbelievable pass by Paul," Forsberg said. "I thought we battled. It was great to score my first goal and get my first points. Our line will play better and better."

Tomas Holmstrom had three power-play goals for the Red Wings.

"Some nights it seems like the puck is just coming to you," Holmstrom said. "It was one of those nights."

Detroit had seven power-play chances overall.

"We were outplaying them 5-on-5," Kariya said. "We just needed to stay out of the penalty box. We had trouble doing that all game, but the next time we play them we just can't give them that many opportunities."

There was one piece of bad news for Nashville: Scott Hartnell, who has 22 goals and 15 assists, will be out four to six weeks with a broken foot.

The Predators acquired Forsberg from the Flyers on Feb. 15 for forward Scottie Upshall, defenseman Ryan Parent and two draft picks.

"It couldn't be better," Forsberg said. "We beat Detroit at home, a team we are battling for first place. The team played great. We have to keep the momentum going."

Forsberg had 11 goals and 29 assists in 40 games for the Flyers this season, but had been hampered by an injury to his right foot that caused him to question if this might be his final season.

He left the game in the second period before returning.

"A puck hit the inside of my leg," Forsberg said. "It needed a couple of stitches."

David Legwand also scored for the Predators.

"I thought this was a heck of a hockey game," Nashville coach Barry Trotz said. "You had physical play. You had some great passes, good team defense on both ends and great special teams. It was probably a fitting finish that it be won in overtime."

Nashville struck first when Kariya scored from low in the left circle with a one-timer that went over Osgood's shoulder at 18:06 of the first. Forsberg had an assist on the play, his first point with the Predators.

The Red Wings came back strong in the second period. Holstrom scored 38 seconds into the period when he shot a loose puck from the center of the crease over goalie Tomas Vokoun, who was flat on his back.

Holmstrom struck again on the power play at 2:27 of the period. This time, he scored on a wrist shot from high in the slot that sailed by Vokoun to his stick side.

Legwand tied the game at 11:02 when he broke through two Detroit defenders and fired a backhander from low in the right circle that went high over Osgood's shoulder.

In the third period, Holmstrom scored when he shot a rebound from off the back wall by Vokoun at 14:52.

Late in the third, Kariya was skating low in the slot when Dan Hamhuis took a shot from the left point that Kariya directed over Osgood's left shoulder.

"It was a good hockey game," Detroit coach Mike Babcock said. "I thought they were better than us early. I thought we were better than them late.

"What I liked was I thought the game was at a high level. I thought they were really physical early and we responded to that. I think we've got two real good teams here. It's going to be a lot of fun the next little while."

Notes: Nashville was missing two 20-goal scorers. In addition to Hartnell, Steve Sullivan sat out with an injury. ... The Red Wings and Predators have four meetings left this season. ... The Red Wings have eight power-play goals in their last three games.

 

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  posted on 2/26/2007 at 11:12 PM
Leafs are killing me these days. Where were they tonight????

 

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  posted on 2/26/2007 at 11:26 PM
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Leafs are killing me these days. Where were they tonight????


Can I have "Losing in Montreal" for $500 Alex????

 

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  posted on 2/27/2007 at 12:27 AM
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Leafs are killing me these days. Where were they tonight????


Can I have "Losing in Montreal" for $500 Alex????




LMFAO

The Leafs have had their share of injuries. But their main problem is that they haven't been able to draft since Clark. Their farm system produces little over the years. Poor Sundin spent a chunk of his career there playing with no one of his quality except for Molgilny and they never really clicked.

 

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  posted on 2/27/2007 at 08:23 AM
Doug Gilmour was a fine player, but not Sundin's style.

 

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  posted on 2/27/2007 at 10:50 AM
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Doug Gilmour was a fine player, but not Sundin's style.



He wasn't so fine when he played in New Jersey.

 

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  posted on 2/27/2007 at 12:25 PM
Doug did alright in Jersey.

He had grit.

Too bad he couldn't stay longer.

I got to see him in Buffalo against the Devils.

 

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  posted on 2/27/2007 at 02:01 PM
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This one needed two different links. Montreal vs. Quebec could get pretty ugly.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUDzf_MLnY0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZpfgwHRAkA


This one's for Ron. You will like the end. Derek getting in trouble.

They say Cashman will destroy Lapointe but Guy suprises them. Then 4 Bruins jump him.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzYU49eJm30



Check out the organist playing I'm In The Mood For Love while Quebec and Montreal are brawling

 
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