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post #31 of 228
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^ still doesn't help that rangers can't score goals though.
Lundqvist has been a savior for Rangers this year again.
post #32 of 228
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^ still doesn't help that rangers can't score goals though.
Lundqvist has been a savior for Rangers this year again.
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Can't stand the Rangers so the fact that they can't score takes me to my happy place But yeah agree with you about Lundqvist..he kept them in so many games early on in the season it wasn't funny, but maybe those early season heroics are beginning to take its' toll on him. They look a little bereft of ideas of late and that just breaks my heart...not!
Do you think think Sundin is starting to settle in Canuck-land? Nice little streak you have on the go now. I always liked him and was glad when he left Toronto who, as usual, are going nowhere...
Good luck tonight vs Dallas..
post #33 of 228
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Huge comeback win against Calgary tonight. But that save by Kipper against wellwood was sick. Save of the year so far.

Louie is starting to look like his old self, and sundin is indeed looking pretty comfortable with very odd line of Kesler and Demitra.

Interesting trade between thrashers and habs as well. I hope that helps the canadiens a bit.
post #34 of 228
Here's hoping the RedWings stand pat. No trades just get healthy, and Ozzie get it together. Repeat is such a lovely word.
post #35 of 228
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Yet another movie-script ending for the suddenly-hot Canucks. This time against the Leafs.

What's up with Red Wings losing to the wilds?
post #36 of 228
Much needed win by the canadiens tonight!
post #37 of 228
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^ indeed. Was it 3 wins in 15 games prior to that win?

canucks went through death spiral like that in January. It was painful.
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Yet another movie-script ending for the suddenly-hot Canucks. This time against the Leafs.

i need to follow the canucks much more closer because everytime i check the scoreboard they win



last time i really followed the canucks was in 94(yea i'm not young i admit) i followed from preseason until the last game. i think i didn't even miss a pregame show, either from tv or 980(i don't remember the station name)
post #39 of 228
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^ indeed. Was it 3 wins in 15 games prior to that win?

canucks went through death spiral like that in January. It was painful.
ya something like that.I know alot of people rag on kovalev but that's only because we know what he is capable of when he feels like playing. In that game against ottawa, he was as dominant as any player in the league. I wonder if the trade deadline has anything to do with it?

As for the canucks, the sedins are on fire! I wish I had taken them in my pool.
post #40 of 228
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^ Canadiens are REALLY missing Streit from the point on Power play.

Kovalev is an amazing player, and we saw that last year, and he has been rather inconsistent this season, so expectations were set very high this season. But people simply ignore the fact that Kovalev is very inconsistent from season to season - so this shouldn't really be a shock.

On the other hand, I'll take an inconsistent player over injury-prone player. I'm not pointing fingers at anyone though. *cough* Gaborik *cough*
post #41 of 228
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post #42 of 228
OMG OMG what a goal!!!!!!!!

I don't think I've ever screamed so loud LOL
post #43 of 228
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^?? Sundin's goal?
post #44 of 228
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^?? Sundin's goal?
What? Aren't you watching the game? Canadiens are up 2-0 against the 'nucks. What a beauty by plekanecs!
post #45 of 228
The Flyers squeaked one out against the Caps tonight. I'm happy it was a win, but I wish it was on better terms. The Flyers looked like an AHL team scrambling on defense all night. It hurts not having our top d man in the lineup.
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