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MatthewT 01-14-2010 10:30 AM

GDT: Ottawa Senators vs New York Rangers - 7:00 PM EST - SNET(E)
 
nobody had it up and mendes is saying Brodeur may start tonight

ian_mendes

There is a chance that Mike Brodeur could start for Sens tonight. Leclaire took a shot during practice. Elliott apparently sick.

jbeck5 01-14-2010 10:32 AM

sweeet. He looked good last game. Play him until he sucks. If that never happens, then we might have ourselves the next brodeur...literally.

gmyx 01-14-2010 10:39 AM

Mike Brodeur to Start Tonight
 
Per Senschirp per Ian Mendes
http://www.senschirp.ca/2010/01/mike...-to-start.html

Indy on the Road 01-14-2010 10:40 AM

Haha, what the ****?

Oh, Elliott is sick and Leclaire may be hurt. Makes sense then. I thought the Sens were trying to stir **** up.

SenatorsFC 01-14-2010 10:41 AM

You've gotta be kidding me?

So Leclaire hurt by a shot in practice...wow

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Ian Mendes is reporting that there is a chance Mike Brodeur could start tonight for the Ottawa Senators. Leclaire was hit by a shot in practice apparently.
ANNND :

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Meanwhile, back up Brian Elliott is sick.
:laugh:

MatthewT 01-14-2010 10:42 AM

I made the gameday thread for this very reason, but anyway

The Lehner 01-14-2010 10:47 AM

Leclaire got in the way of a shot?

Miracles do happen.

MatthewT 01-14-2010 10:47 AM

SensReporter on twitter said that he is on his way, so I guess he is called up for sure.

SensReporter

What's next? Leclaire hurt, Elliott sick, Brodeur en route from Bingo...

SenatorsFC 01-14-2010 10:47 AM

6 game losing skid incoming :yo:

Sorry, just can't see us winning when we lost to Atlanta, Carolina, and Florida.

Especially after that incredible game Lunqvist had against NJ

internetdotcom 01-14-2010 10:52 AM

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Originally Posted by The Maverick (Post 23189053)
Leclaire got in the way of a shot?

Miracles do happen.

:laugh:

jbeck5 01-14-2010 10:52 AM

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Originally Posted by SenatorsFC (Post 23189062)
6 game losing skid incoming :yo:

Sorry, just can't see us winning when we lost to Atlanta, Carolina, and Florida.

Especially after that incredible game Lunqvist had against NJ

Yeah but now we have brodeur! :sarcasm: ...I'm slightly optimistic for some reason though.

MatthewT 01-14-2010 10:56 AM

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Originally Posted by jbeck5 (Post 23189128)
Yeah but now we have brodeur! :sarcasm: ...I'm slightly optimistic for some reason though.

false sense of hope, Brodeur was good against Minnesota, but don't forget that most were using some sort of new equipment and they never had a boat load of shots. Thats not to say that he can't have a good game though

Slippy 01-14-2010 10:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MatthewT (Post 23188802)
nobody had it up and mendes is saying Brodeur may start tonight

ian_mendes

There is a chance that Mike Brodeur could start for Sens tonight. Leclaire took a shot during practice. Elliott apparently sick.

See it was better for him to let them simply go past him; he at least avoided injury that way. See what he gets for getting in front of a shot.

Larionov 01-14-2010 11:06 AM

So, all of a sudden both struggling goalies are "unavailable" for tonight? How convenient. You can colour me skeptical, as I bet one of them could have played if need be.

As a fan, though, I am thrilled, because SOMETHING had to give. The team simply had to shake up the chemistry somehow, and giving Brodeur a shot is a good way to do it. How does it get any worse than the present situation, where both our goalies have a save percentage below .900? At this point, I would be ready to bring back Damien Rhodes. If Brodeur wins, and looks good, you keep him here and send Elliott back to Bingo. If we lose him on waivers, who cares?

Finally, cast your minds back to last June, when the team dumped Auld for a sixth round pick. Anyone else thinking that might have been a bad move? At least Auld would have given us one more proven NHL goalie in the organization. Going with Elliott to save a grand total of 400K in cap space was penny wise and pound foolish.

GoSensGo765 01-14-2010 11:06 AM

So Brodeur would called up on an Emergency basis, since you usually need to give the NHL 24 hours notice on a call up?

First of all, that absolutely sucks Leclaire was hit in practice..even though he has been awful lately, I was hoping he would play through it. How many times can one guy get injured?? Hopefully it's minor.

Second of all, since when is Elliott sick? That's pretty random.

Lastly, it's a shame Brodeur only gets a call up when it's due to injury. We all wanted him up and to get a shot and now he gets it but not because of strong play in Bingo and not cause Clouston wants to shake things up...because he's got no other choice.

Anyway hopefully Brodeur can jump in there and have a strong game like he did against Minny.

Another huge one tonight.
GO SENS GO!!

GoSensGo765 01-14-2010 11:08 AM

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Originally Posted by Larionov (Post 23189312)
So, all of a sudden both struggling goalies are "unavailable" for tonight? How convenient. You can colour me skeptical, as I bet one of them could have played if need be.

As a fan, though, I am thrilled, because SOMETHING had to give. The team simply had to shake up the chemistry somehow, and giving Brodeur a shot is a good way to do it. How does it get any worse than the present situation, where both our goalies have a save percentage below .900? At this point, I would be ready to bring back Damien Rhodes. If Brodeur wins, and looks good, you keep him here and send Elliott back to Bingo. If we lose him on waivers, who cares?

Finally, cast your minds back to last June, when the team dumped Auld for a sixth round pick. Anyone else thinking that might have been a bad move? At least Auld would have given us one more proven NHL goalie in the organization. Going with Elliott to save a grand total of 400K in cap space was penny wise and pound foolish.

That's a whole other discussion. So wonderful, not only do both our goalies suck right now and can't stop a puck for their life, but now we find out they're both *****'s!

I don't know, this is a tough one. Would the Sens really call up Brodeur on emergency basis and go through all that trouble ON game day if they didn't have to??

Alfredsson11 01-14-2010 11:10 AM

Holy ****, Lecalire was hit in practice, i can't believe he made a save

Alfredsson11 01-14-2010 11:11 AM

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Originally Posted by Spezza19 (Post 23189314)
So Brodeur would called up on an Emergency basis, since you usually need to give the NHL 24 hours notice on a call up?

First of all, that absolutely sucks Leclaire was hit in practice..even though he has been awful lately, I was hoping he would play through it. How many times can one guy get injured?? Hopefully it's minor.

Second of all, since when is Elliott sick? That's pretty random.

Lastly, it's a shame Brodeur only gets a call up when it's due to injury. We all wanted him up and to get a shot and now he gets it but not because of strong play in Bingo and not cause Clouston wants to shake things up...because he's got no other choice.

Anyway hopefully Brodeur can jump in there and have a strong game like he did against Minny.

Another huge one tonight.
GO SENS GO!!

Perhpas he got food posioning or caught the flu playing dodge ball yesterday

Indy on the Road 01-14-2010 11:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Larionov (Post 23189312)
So, all of a sudden both struggling goalies are "unavailable" for tonight? How convenient. You can colour me skeptical, as I bet one of them could have played if need be.

As a fan, though, I am thrilled, because SOMETHING had to give. The team simply had to shake up the chemistry somehow, and giving Brodeur a shot is a good way to do it. How does it get any worse than the present situation, where both our goalies have a save percentage below .900? At this point, I would be ready to bring back Damien Rhodes. If Brodeur wins, and looks good, you keep him here and send Elliott back to Bingo. If we lose him on waivers, who cares?

Finally, cast your minds back to last June, when the team dumped Auld for a sixth round pick. Anyone else thinking that might have been a bad move? At least Auld would have given us one more proven NHL goalie in the organization. Going with Elliott to save a grand total of 400K in cap space was penny wise and pound foolish.

I would care if we lost Elliott for nothing. He is struggling but he is far from a lost cause.

They thought, and probably still do think, that Elliott has the potential to be a starter. Auld is a career backup with terrible numbers himself right now in Dallas. They absolutely made the right choice.

We are so tough on goaltenders here it's unreal. Alex Auld revisionism? Ridiculous.

This team should've kept Emery though!

MatthewT 01-14-2010 11:14 AM

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Originally Posted by Spezza19 (Post 23189337)
That's a whole other discussion. So wonderful, not only do both our goalies suck right now and can't stop a puck for their life, but now we find out they're both *****'s!

I don't know, this is a tough one. Would the Sens really call up Brodeur on emergency basis and go through all that trouble ON game day if they didn't have to??

yes, im sure bingo isn't that far from NYC since there in the same state

GoSensGo765 01-14-2010 11:23 AM

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Originally Posted by MatthewT (Post 23189434)
yes, im sure bingo isn't that far from NYC since there in the same state

not the point man, not much prep time for Broduer not to mention quite a bit of pressure stepping in on an ice cold team during a five game losing streak :help:

but really....he can't be much worse than the goaltending we got the other night.

Alfredsson11 01-14-2010 11:28 AM

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Originally Posted by Spezza19 (Post 23189560)
not the point man, not much prep time for Broduer not to mention quite a bit of pressure stepping in on an ice cold team during a five game losing streak :help:

but really....he can't be much worse than the goaltending we got the other night.

Well he allowed 1 goal against Minny in his NHL debut and it was his first game in over a month.

Also guys in the AHL play a ton of games in a short time period, so im not worried.

Alfredsson11 01-14-2010 11:30 AM

Kovalev - Regin - Shannon
Foligno - Fisher - Neil
Ruutu - Kelly - Cheechoo
Donovan - Smith - Daugavins

gosensgo1995* 01-14-2010 11:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Spezza19 (Post 23189314)
So Brodeur would called up on an Emergency basis, since you usually need to give the NHL 24 hours notice on a call up?

First of all, that absolutely sucks Leclaire was hit in practice..even though he has been awful lately, I was hoping he would play through it. How many times can one guy get injured?? Hopefully it's minor.

Second of all, since when is Elliott sick? That's pretty random.

Lastly, it's a shame Brodeur only gets a call up when it's due to injury. We all wanted him up and to get a shot and now he gets it but not because of strong play in Bingo and not cause Clouston wants to shake things up...because he's got no other choice.

Anyway hopefully Brodeur can jump in there and have a strong game like he did against Minny.

Another huge one tonight.
GO SENS GO!!

there isn't normally a big tsn warning when a player is about to get sick. yes, itis random, because people randomly get sick. you dont happen to have any older bros or sisters, do you? maybe 1 or 2 years olders?

Ghost in the Shell 01-14-2010 11:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Alfredsson11 (Post 23189674)
Kovalev - Regin - Shannon
Foligno - Fisher - Neil
Ruutu - Kelly - Cheechoo
Donovan - Smith - Daugavins

Can we just forfeit all the games until Alfie is back?


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