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10-18-2008, 03:32 PM
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Predators v Jackets Part Deux

I would assume it is Ellis vs. Norrena. I think we win this game against a shaky goaltender.

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10-18-2008, 04:36 PM
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Steady Freddy has been known to stand on his head & honestly I don't see the teeth in your offence we have become accustomed to in years past. I respect the rock solid game the preds play & look fwd to a great rubber match tonight!

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10-18-2008, 07:09 PM
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Freddy is anything but steady since leaving Buffalo, but you are correct - our offense is weak this year, especially with Arnott out. Our strength is in our defense, which was surprisingly bad last night.

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enoch, stop lurking on the wings board, your guys are playing right now.

and legwand just scored!

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Legwand NEEDED a goal badly! 2-0 Preds looking sharp. I wouldl ike to see a replay on that Tootoo hit to see if the 'charge' was legitimate or a reputation call.

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The Jackets did not come to play tonight. Wow. 3-0 off a shorthanded goal from Ward. This game looks eerily similar to last night's game but in reverse.

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Woohoo Marty again!!!

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10-18-2008, 08:14 PM
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Erat with 2 goals, Weber with two assists, and Legwand with a goal and assist. The players that need to play well are stepping up.

Meanwhile, Dorsett, gets into a pretty nasty fight in terms of intensity with Devries. They were looking to knock each other out.

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Weber has a goal and 3 assists. He is putting pucks on net, and the offense is responding. Wow! Our leading goal scorer along with Erat at 3 on the season.

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Shea motha****in Weber!

Now has half his goal total from last season.

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Great that Legwand has finally scored and our offense really showing. How has Dumont and Hornqvist looked for those of you with GCL?

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S. Weber 21:06 1 3 +5 5 0



a hockeygod in the making! i love this kid!

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10-18-2008, 10:31 PM
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a hockeygod in the making! i love this kid!
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What happened to Hamhuis? He only played a couple shifts at the start of the third... was he injured?


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a hockeygod in the making! i love this kid!
leading in goals
leading in points
leading in +-

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Ha! I knew Legwand would come around after talking about him.


Shea Weber is a beast, +5! Probably his best game ever.

And let's not forget Suter, he had a +4 night and played well.

Beautiful goal by Peverley. Walked in from the boards along the goal line and just stuffed the puck in.

They came out better and went to the net and battled for loose pucks.

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Don't know about Hamhuis. He and Koistinen only had 3 shifts in the third period. Hamhuis's night ended on the shift when Tootoo had a fight. Koistinen's ended after the Nash goal in the third, Koistinen was thrown around by the much bigger Nash on that play.

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A repost of my observations from the NP.com boards (everything is a bit time-sensitive so forgive the "tonights.")

Hopefully Legwand's goal will give him a bit of spark offensively. He still seemed to struggle at times tonight, but he's making strides in the right direction.

Jones is really starting to look like an NHL player now. I was very impressed with him tonight.

I simply cannot say enough good things about Bonk's play right now. He really deserves more points than what he has right now. He also really seems to be clicking with Ward.

Weber played the kind of game we're going to need him to keep playing. Outstanding performance from him.

I really hope Hörnqvist can start burying pucks soon. He shows me something new every time I see him on the ice. He's already got 14 shots so you figure they have to start falling for him at SOME point or another. Same for Dumont - he's generating a lot of chances but something is just a bit off and he can't quite find the net the way he should be. Arnott's return will hopefully be a big help to both of them.

The lack of Tarnasky in the lineup has caused several guys to step up and play with a little more edge, and De Vries is one of them. I think he should do this even with Tarnasky in the lineup, as it adds another dimension to what is a very limited game to begin with, and it might make up for those instances where he just stands there staring at the puck like he did tonight.

I thought Ellis was unspectacular but he got the job done. He made several big saves when we needed them, including Nash's breakaway (off an AWFUL Hamhuis turnover).

I'd also like to again state that I'm not a proponent of having Koistinen in the lineup on a regular basis. I know the organization love him, but he got completely manhandled on Nash's goal.

I saw a ton of family at the game tonight, which was a pleasant surprise. Maybe they should come more often.

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10-20-2008, 12:21 PM
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I want to know what got in to deVries. He was playing like a big big man and that fight was pretty brutal, I didnt know he had that in him.

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I want to know what got in to deVries. He was playing like a big big man and that fight was pretty brutal, I didnt know he had that in him.
Contract year?

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Peverly is really starting to come around, his speed works on our team.

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It's early, but so far we really havent looked like a team full of 3rd liners and rookies. Im pleasantly suprised.

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