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12-08-2009, 01:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Zad View Post
No. It isn't. Not fair. Not accurate. Calgary had the puck a lot until the 9 minute mark of the first. They did not dominate. The Kings controlled the game for the rest of the 1st, most of the second and Calgary got and kept the momentum for the first 1/2 of the third. If you had to measure it, I split the 1st, give the Kings the second and give a slight edge to Calgary in the third though they got nothing, I mean NOTHING in the last 5 minutes of the third. Bending not breaking? Not the game I saw. I think you are mistaking Calgary having the puck in our zone in the beginning of the game with them controlling the play. The Kings kept them to the outside and gave them almost no room to operate.
Wow, I completely disagree - Calgary had far better scoring chances throughout the game, with the Kings playing their best only in the last five minutes of the game.

It was a trench battle, with the Kings battling admirably, but I don't think you are giving Calgary nearly enough credit

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