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10-02-2008, 01:27 AM
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anyone watching Star Trek on space right now ?

really funny part where spock dances around Kirk

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anyone watching Star Trek on space right now ?

really funny part where spock dances around Kirk

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Wow, this caught me by surprise. Having looked at (but not posted in) the GDT on the dark side, I didn't think anyone wanted to hear anything from over here. Heck, JD tried, and was basically ridiculed away with the same cry-baby sarcasm that we've learned to expect from Sens fans.
i will always value an honest opinion!

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I can't believe we let up a goal to the Bruins

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yeah.... lets hand them the cup right now...

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I can't believe we let up a goal to the Bruins
moral victory!!!

Imagine Markov,Komi and Hammer in the lineup,the bruins probably don't even get a shot on net!!

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10-02-2008, 07:40 AM
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can any of you guys who went to the game give an honest opinion of how the bruins looked?! as a whole and any players you noticed individually...
Looked solid overall but I thought their offense lacked speed and bite. Apart from Savard and Chara no one really seemed to stand out in the Habs zone. Lucic had a couple of decent chances tho.

PP looked pretty dangerous at times (again Chara and Savard) and I felt they didn't look to pass it to Ryder in the slot as often as they should but that might have been because the Habs had 2 ppl on him at all times :p

On defense they had problems keeping up with the Habs speed, and Kovalev was too much to handle for them at most times. That was more obvious on the PP than at ES.

Fernandez played very well and made a couple of miracle saves.

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10-02-2008, 07:42 AM
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That O'Byrne hit on Yelle was just great. That seemed to me like a replica of one of the biggest hit I've seen on a guy when he was playing in Hamilton. Not saying he should do that all night long, but a couple per nights would be great.

As far as Bergeron being invisible, isn't that always like that when he faces the Habs especially in Montreal? Is still a great player, still seemed totally uneffective for a long time now against us.

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10-02-2008, 08:52 AM
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bergeron was playing? i did not even notice him! lol
jk i knew he was there, but he was really a non factor in the game

i was expecting more from the bruins actually, and i was very happy with Halak's work!

Latendresse played well, and i liked his goal on the PP. he seems to have learned from watching Holmstrom he game before. he need to do that all the time! that is his role!

the scoreboard is RE-DICK-Q-LOUS! although i might have already mentioned that...

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That O'Byrne hit on Yelle was just great. That seemed to me like a replica of one of the biggest hit I've seen on a guy when he was playing in Hamilton. Not saying he should do that all night long, but a couple per nights would be great.
On Alex Edler against the Moose in the playoffs, right? Difference was that Yelle got up though, didn't he? Edler stayed down a while and needed help getting up. I still remember that play well, Edler gained the zone and looked like he wanted to create something offensively. Tries the outside of Ryan O'Byrne. *mere seconds pass* Didn't play again until the next year. Ouch.

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10-02-2008, 09:28 AM
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On Alex Edler against the Moose in the playoffs, right? Difference was that Yelle got up though, didn't he? Edler stayed down a while and needed help getting up. I still remember that play well, Edler gained the zone and looked like he wanted to create something offensively. Tries the outside of Ryan O'Byrne. *mere seconds pass* Didn't play again until the next year. Ouch.
I didn't remember that it was against Edler.

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This is what a neutral observer (from Toronto) wrote about the game:
http://www.globesports.com/servlet/s...rtsHockey/home

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I was at the game:

Brisebois and Dandenault played well.
Higgins-Koivu-Tanguay were buzzing but there's no finish on that line.
Kost-Pleks-Kovy were very good, dominated when they were on the ice.
how much do you equate that to rust?

TBH, I do have chemistry concerns about this line... but there's not any real game action that I can base it on.

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That O'Byrne hit on Yelle was just great. That seemed to me like a replica of one of the biggest hit I've seen on a guy when he was playing in Hamilton. Not saying he should do that all night long, but a couple per nights would be great.

As far as Bergeron being invisible, isn't that always like that when he faces the Habs especially in Montreal? Is still a great player, still seemed totally uneffective for a long time now against us.
He had 4 points against us in Halifax

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10-02-2008, 12:40 PM
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how much do you equate that to rust?

TBH, I do have chemistry concerns about this line... but there's not any real game action that I can base it on.
I wouldn't say it's a matter of chemistry.

To be honest, it was amazing to finally see Saku get to play with a skilled player like Tanguay. They were doing all kinds of dekes, blind passes to each other, back passes…They were all over the place and the puck belonged to them. They set Higgins on some sweet plays, but he couldn’t finish. It will come, I’m sure. That line is FAST. Boston couldn’t come close to catching them.

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10-02-2008, 12:41 PM
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He had 4 points against us in Halifax
Doesn't count.....it wasn't in Montreal or Boston.... (Yes I do make my own rules as it pleases me....)

Though it's true or at the very least appears to be true than in the regular season, he's not exactly all fired up for some reason....

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10-02-2008, 12:50 PM
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I'm old fashioned, I like personality first, therefore I don't need to see a picture of said poster.

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I wouldn't say it's a matter of chemistry.

To be honest, it was amazing to finally see Saku get to play with a skilled player like Tanguay. They were doing all kinds of dekes, blind passes to each other, back passes…They were all over the place and the puck belonged to them. They set Higgins on some sweet plays, but he couldn’t finish. It will come, I’m sure. That line is FAST. Boston couldn’t come close to catching them.
good to hear, I hope you're right

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I wouldn't say it's a matter of chemistry.

To be honest, it was amazing to finally see Saku get to play with a skilled player like Tanguay. They were doing all kinds of dekes, blind passes to each other, back passes…They were all over the place and the puck belonged to them. They set Higgins on some sweet plays, but he couldn’t finish. It will come, I’m sure. That line is FAST. Boston couldn’t come close to catching them.
You know I'm not Higgins' biggest fan. But I actually think he could surprise on that line. All three of those players are bound to have a great season if they play together, IMO. Higgins must keep his head up no matter what though, and stop getting so discouraged so easily.

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Gotta love Bruins fans...they keep on losing to us, yet they keep on finding ways to stay positive. Yes we are a bunch of purse stealing, soft as charmin, pansy divers, yet we keep on beting them handily. Whats does that say about their team??

Ahhh..never gets old beating them...

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Gotta love Bruins fans...they keep on losing to us, yet they keep on finding ways to stay positive. Yes we are a bunch of purse stealing, soft as charmin, pansy divers, yet we keep on beting them handily. Whats does that say about their team??

Ahhh..never gets old beating them...
They're so used to losing to us that its like ''meh, no big deal.'' and then proceed to invent a bunch of excuses as to why they lost. Never ever giving any credit to us.

When they do beat us, its like a mini stanley cup for them.

I usually read the Bruins board to feel better about myself.

But seriously, its quite sad what they have become over there.

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Gotta love Bruins fans...they keep on losing to us, yet they keep on finding ways to stay positive. Yes we are a bunch of purse stealing, soft as charmin, pansy divers, yet we keep on beting them handily. Whats does that say about their team??

Ahhh..never gets old beating them...
It's all about the moral victories

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They're so used to losing to us that its like ''meh, no big deal.'' and then proceed to invent a bunch of excuses as to why they lost. Never ever giving any credit to us.

When they do beat us, its like a mini stanley cup for them.

I usually read the Bruins board to feel better about myself.

But seriously, its quite sad what they have become over there.
They do have a better team this year than last, and I think they will surprise a few people...they will make the playoffs again...

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They're so used to losing to us that its like ''meh, no big deal.'' and then proceed to invent a bunch of excuses as to why they lost. Never ever giving any credit to us.

When they do beat us, its like a mini stanley cup for them.

I usually read the Bruins board to feel better about myself.

But seriously, its quite sad what they have become over there.
How can they say we dove last night when they couldn't see the game? Heck, their most famous goal ever was a dive (Bobby Orr).

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