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12-07-2008, 09:07 PM
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laraque should do that
Yeah but he's too nice..

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If Laraque ever did that to Lucic... (the glove in the face, that is)

now THAT would be interesting
That would be priceless. Man, if Lucic did not fight after that...

Speaking of Gino, man he was awesome. Couldn't really skate but he was an enthuiastic fighter if there ever was one, never forgot the reason he was in the league. He owns a golf course in Vancouver now.


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Let's hope on this day the Team 990 can trade him too!!

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he annoys me. the CBC asked him something about the Habs doing well in the game and you could just tell he wanted to vomit and didn't know how to praise the team.

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Say what you want about him off the ice, but on the ice, the dude was all heart.

If he was 4 inches taller, he would have been a top dog enforcer.

The boy can throw them like it is going out of style! I loved his spark.


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Say what you want about him off the ice, but on the ice, the dude was all heart.

If he was 4 inches taller, he would have been a top dog enforcer.

The boy can throw them like it is going out of style! I loved his spark.

he is got style and played his role how he was supposed to,how he was asked to and how he needed to.

He knew his job and did it.

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12-08-2008, 02:03 PM
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he is got style and played his role how he was supposed to,how he was asked to and how he needed to.

He knew his job and did it.
Reading that makes me think of that one Chris Rock sketch.

"I take care of my kids? WHAT YOU WANT A COOKIE MOTHA'****AH!? THAT'S WHAT YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO DO!"

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he is of irish descent
Which makes him a non-jew?

Is that person catholic? No they're mexican

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