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12-11-2012, 06:24 AM
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Originally Posted by jughead42 View Post
It's unfortunate that buddy from London broke his beak, that's not cool. I'm all for giving the gears to an opposing team's fans, but assaulting people just because they are from London is a bit much. What's wrong with helping the couple out, calling Domi a puss, then being done with it? Kids these days.

As much as I'd like Koko back in the lineup, if the kid is starting to get his game together in the KHL and doesn't want to come back I totally understand. Maybe adding him to their protected list again was just a way to save a bit of face after goofing up the import situation. If he comes back it would make a huge difference, but we are starting to get ourselves together finally without him. The one thing that struck me about the Oshawa game was how much better the team was becoming at passing the puck quickly and effectively. It's not where it needs to be yet, but they are starting to move the puck around a whole lot better than they have for much of the season. They are much quicker with it, and more passes in general seem to find their targets.
Yes its amazing what a few wins do,confidence goes straight to the legs,uptempo things start to happen
Actually the Spits have played pretty well against the East so far this season,the only real stinker was a 4-1 loss at Brampton,2 months ago,infact other then that loss, the 3 losses vs Owen SD,and 2 vs Plymouth the Spits record in the other 26 games is 14-6-1-5,pretty good I say,especially when one considers 5 of these 6 losses to the above teams were on the road

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