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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermoon View Post
    Fleury sends Bedard into the shadow realm. Welcome to the league rookie.

    Ron HACKstall would be proud..
    Go that way really REALLY fast. If something gets in your way, TURN!

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    Billy Smith smiles.

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    Barry Melrose retiring. He is battling Parkinson’s.
    "Let's be careful out there."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hood26 View Post
    Barry Melrose retiring. He is battling Parkinson’s.
    That makes me sad as my dad passed away from a rare form of Parkinson's.

    Aside from nerves the new rookie looked decent. Bedard looked nervous but held his own against a solid veteran squad. Not expecting much from a new Blackhawks team but it'll be fun to watch.

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    Centennial season for the Bruins…
    Marchand donning the “C” makes me grin…
    the return of Milan Lucic…

    Let’s fucking GO!

    And, Merci Patrice… your Jersey is already in the rafters. 37 FTW!

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    For Marchand it means See You Next Tuesday.

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    Season opens tonight, get stoked


    Also very unfortunate I have to deal with PK during intermissions.

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    Pasternak with the Twisted Wrister! Classic

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    What in the Don Cherry is going on in this LA game?

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    What happened?

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    Lots of stuff but I almost went blind. Pierre is prob very jealous.

    Also happy Bedard got another one on the board. Anaheim game was pretty good as well if you're not a ducks fan.

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    That game was a great way to end the frozen frenzy.

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    The Kings are playing circles around the Leafs in Toronto and the fans are MAD

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    The Kings are playing circles around the Leafs in Toronto and the fans are MAD
    Dog bites man.

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    Habs for the Cup
    Suck it Leafs

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    The Kings-GN games last night was nuts. Playoff level hockey for sure.

    Watching the Bruins-Islanders and it's like a preseason pace all game. Super flat.

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    The Oilers are atrocious.
    "Let's be careful out there."

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    Brandine: Now Cletus, if I catch you with pig lipstick on your collar one more time you ain't gonna be allowed to sleep in the barn no more!
    Cletus: Duly noted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hood26 View Post
    The Oilers are atrocious.
    And the Wild are right there with 'em. Horrid start to the season.

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    Woodcroft got the shitty end of the stick. The Oilers’ problems run deeper than coaching; despite them continually firing them. Namely the GM and salary cap. Nevertheless, it was Woodcrofts’s decision to switch to zone defense and to also not cultivate the 4th line.

    I think the Oilers suffer the same problem as almost the teams in the great white north; they can attract the super stars with the big contracts, but the bottom of the lineup isn’t getting paid enough to avoid Joe Hockeys lecture about how they aren’t on their toes enough while they are sitting at table for a meal or walking the dog at the park. Canadian hockey fans need to chill out if they ever want the cup back. Since they can’t offer golf in the winter they can at least not publicly harass them.

    It’s been nice watching slightly better hockey and seeing the deeper bench guys on the ice the last two games.
    "Let's be careful out there."

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    Watched the Canes vs the Flyers--the game was ok, the brunette in the red top behind the Canes' bench was outstanding. And I didn't hear Sweet Caroline once so that was good.
    Some snazzy goaltending at both ends.

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    Go that way really REALLY fast. If something gets in your way, TURN!

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    His mom can get it still. Damn.

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    When did hockey players and other pro athletes having parents become a thing? Growing up you never saw mention of athletes' parents when watching TV sports, although I'm sure most players had parents. We never used to see the camera focusing on the parents when their kid scored a goal or a TD. Frankly, it's kind of depressing to see a beautiful, graceful athlete do something spectacular and then the camera pans to a fat old man and you realize that wonderful athlete will turn into that fat old man one day.

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