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|Everything is good here too. The 'Nucks won despite some bad luck. 4 in a row now, but we need them since the damn Flames keep winning too.|
Posted: 12/16/2005 11:49:23 AM
|Iginla reminds me a Messier type player...|
In a fantasy draft, if you had the first pick overall of any player in the league, who would you take and why?
Posted: 12/16/2005 12:16:00 PM
He is the most talented young'ish goalie in the league. That guy sees more rubber shot his way the the worlds most active prostitute, and his save % is still over .900.
Posted: 12/16/2005 12:29:41 PM
|In fact...if I had any of the top 5 picks, I would likely spend it on a goalie...|
The absolutely dominant goalies are probably the most valuable Stanley Cup piece you can have.
Posted: 12/18/2005 11:08:09 PM
|Some crucial games coming up in the Northwest Division (Edm/Cal, Cal/Van (X 2)) ... the standings are getting pretty tight, so these next few games could completely change the familiar spots of these three teams. Going to the Flames/Nucks game on the 23rd...should be a good one and hopefully those Nucks do the job and knock them flamers down a notch or two...and here's to the Oil doing the same thing to the flamers tomorrow night...go oilers go!!|
Posted: 12/19/2005 9:30:07 AM
|Would suggest that a goalie is required to watch the puck in order to stop the puck...I would refine that part of your trade request.|
Also, perhaps painting your goalies helmet orange will alert others that he is a pylon. (Jokes)
Posted: 12/19/2005 11:59:31 PM
|Merry X-mas, flamers! The Oil put some coal in your stocking this year...yeeeecch!!!..don't worry...it only gets worse.|
edit: two observations that I made:
1) the Oil completely outplayed the Flames after about the 5 minute mark of the first period, so they deserved to win.
2) the Oilers almost always win or lose by about one goal hence the winning record, but roughly even goals against/goals for.
Posted: 12/20/2005 7:18:36 PM
|Sorry Corry but they weren't such hapless habs tonight. Actually happy they finally won one and to win against the sens means a lot. Good game for both teams. Pretty even game.|
go habs go!!
Posted: 12/21/2005 10:03:49 PM
|Another outstanding victory by the Oil! A wild game that ended with the score 7-6 where the teams traded goal for goal. On TSN, they were saying that this game must set some kind of record cuz they couldn't remember a game where there were 13 different scorers. Also, the Oilers have pulled there goaltender in 4 straight games and won all of them in come-from-behind victories. The Oil now have won 4 straight games against the Nucks this season, so they can lose the next four against them and still wind up with a .500 record in the season series. They also speculated at the prospect of how good the Oilers would be if they actually had good goaltending, becuase they play such a tenacious, in-your-face style from beginning to end...heck, they might even be one of the top 6 teams in the league!|
edit: Did anyone see Ty Conklin attempt to clear the puck and wind up bouncing it off of Morrison into his own net? Yikes!!!
Posted: 12/29/2005 1:08:50 AM
|Hmmm...just got back from the World Juniors USA vs Finland game and was actually surprised by how anti-US the crowd was. You'd think the Canucks scored in the playoffs the way they cheered on Finland's goals and you could hear a pin drop or a chorus of boos when the US scored. The US won anyway, but largely due to poor officiating. |
Funny story: Bob McKenzie and the other guy (Duffy??) of TSN were sitting on a platform which held their TSN desk. It was situated just behind the glass behind one of the nets and would elevate to about 15 feet above the ice surface during the intermission, when they would do their segment. A large group of men started chanting, "McKenzie sucks bone, Mckenzie sucks bone...". I know he heard it cuz he looked at them a few times, but he did manage to keep his composure while speaking.
Posted: 1/6/2006 7:11:07 AM
|To bad the victory was tainted by the blown call. I have no doubt that Canada would have won, but it would have been better if the goal was allowed.|
Also, I was very happy to see the response Melkin and the rest of the Russian team received when they were announced for the silver medal and individual awards. It said a lot about the people who were in the crowd.
Posted: 1/6/2006 8:48:21 PM
I'll pick the Oilers over the Leafs tomorrow.
Hawks over Pred
Posted: 1/7/2006 7:26:25 PM
|happy to see the habs beating the sens at least...they get beat by the weaker teams and beat the top team twice in a row now...go habs go!!!!!!!!!!!|
Posted: 1/14/2006 2:52:31 PM
|As a die hard habs fan, I'm really not surprised. Something was definitely wrong and if the players are doing their part then it has to be management so I hope this bring them back up cuz it was a shock to watch them start off so strong and then not even being able to win even against the weakest teams...but they did beat the sens twice...which was cool...lol|
I never liked Julien behind the bench and he always looked like he was a hot head...kinda reminds me of Quinn that way....in case you have eyes on here Quinn....I hope you are next!!!
Posted: 1/18/2006 11:13:38 AM
|Did anyone see that sick goal that Ovechkin scored...? |
Posted: 1/19/2006 9:47:07 AM
|Crosby is much younger then Ovechkin...2 years I believe...Crosby is 18 or Ovechkin 20. That is a massive difference in terms of physical strength and development. |
Palffy also has a massively messed up shoulder, that has had 2 surgeries, and doctors have told him that a third would offer no additional relief.
Posted: 1/22/2006 10:06:44 PM
|Why does the wind usually come from the east? Cuz the leafs blow. Darcy Tucker= mother f@cker. Domi wanna go me?|
Posted: 1/23/2006 7:26:37 PM
|Don't count the Canadiens being such an easy win for the Sens so soon. Don't forget they are the only team to beat them in the Northeast Division. They might not be able to beat anyone else but they have beat the Sens.|
Posted: 1/28/2006 2:39:37 PM
|so leafs-habs tonight. leafs-senators last week...|
anyone else getting sick of all this division rivalry crap? this is bad. as if its not bad enough i have to watch the leafs all the time
Posted: 2/7/2006 12:17:46 PM
|I agree that Crosby has been overshadowed by other rookies like Paneuf and Ovechkin and even Lundqvist (NY Rangers goalie). But Crosby is still the league's darling and that might count for something. I hope it doesn't.....but think about it. Ovechkin should have been rookie of the month for October but the league gave it to Crosby because they were still trying to build him up. Also, when the crappy Penguins aren't on NBC, everyone still finds a way to kiss his butt.|
Posted: 2/7/2006 3:38:43 PM
|Ovechkin will win the Calder, he's just too good. And kisssmeehere, you need to attend university in Canada. Pretty girl like you who's also a hockey fan? We have lots of nice, young men for who you are their dream girl. Plus we have lots of hockey on TV here even without pay-per-view.|
Posted: 2/9/2006 5:25:20 AM
|Girl after my own heart!!!!! I think if Burrows were in Crosby's spot, he'd be leading scorer too. And Bert shoulda decked Tchachuk , or however the @$5# you spell it, into Toronto|
Posted: 2/16/2006 3:43:03 PM
|Since when did it become "Toccet and Gretzky's" gambling case?|
Posted: 2/16/2006 3:54:23 PM
One upset arleady in hockey. Another might be against the Canadians. Against Italy and Germany they came out weak and finished off strong. Yes, they managed a fair share of goals , but one bad day is all it takes. I dont see a gold for Canada in the olympics.