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08-06-2010, 12:04 PM
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I love that MaxPac wears 67 and Subban wears 76, two of our key pieces for the future rubbing it in the Leafs face

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08-06-2010, 12:18 PM
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#35 was not Hackett's number?
No, he was 31.

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08-06-2010, 04:05 PM
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PK could probably have his own fan club t-shirt.
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08-06-2010, 04:12 PM
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so Eller will wear 81...Nice!

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43 is my number. Not for any other reason than I just like the number. 98 is pretty sexy but its really like "gretzky had 99, dont even come close to that #" kind of thing.

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08-06-2010, 05:18 PM
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Nobody has my #28.

Last time I saw a player wear number #28 on a team I cheered for at a game, was Teddy Kyres of the Lachine Maroons. He hit hard, he was quite fast and he loved to fight. He could take down a guy twice his size (he stands at 5'10).

Now he's in Moncton, and wears #20.

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08-06-2010, 05:23 PM
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Our fastest prospect needs to wear 91.

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08-06-2010, 07:21 PM
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I consider any number in the 30's a goalie number. So the author is completely out to lunch if he thinks Lapierre's #40 is too high. We don't have enough numbers for players with all the retired numbers.

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08-06-2010, 11:19 PM
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Nobody has my #28.

Last time I saw a player wear number #28 on a team I cheered for at a game, was Teddy Kyres of the Lachine Maroons. He hit hard, he was quite fast and he loved to fight. He could take down a guy twice his size (he stands at 5'10).

Now he's in Moncton, and wears #20.
Loved him when he was with the McGill Redmen.

What about Chipchura? He wore #28

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08-07-2010, 12:46 AM
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When has he ever worn 34? If I'm recalling correctly, he wore 35 in Vancouver, Phoenix and Florida, 29 in Boston, and 31 in Dallas, Ottawa and New York.

Of the three numbers, only 35 is available and seeing as how he wore that on his first three NHL teams, I'd say that's his number.

Am I reading into your comment to much?
Hockeyreference suggests that he wore the following numbers:

35 (Vancouver 2002-2006, Florida 2007)
29 (Phoenix 2008, Boston 2008)
31 (Ottawa 2009, Dallas 2010, NYR 2010)

Seems like when a change in scenery doesn't result in improved fortunes for him, he changes his number (I'm sure incumbent goalies have affected choices here and there). Surprising he kept 31 three straight times.

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I consider any number in the 30's a goalie number. So the author is completely out to lunch if he thinks Lapierre's #40 is too high. We don't have enough numbers for players with all the retired numbers.
I do to. Always have, always will. And #1, I guess. I guess it's considered a bit obnoxious nowadays (kinda like it was back in minor hockey whenever you saw guys with 99 or 66).

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08-07-2010, 12:54 AM
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for no reason, but tom barrasso wore a 35 right?


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08-07-2010, 12:55 AM
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for no reason, but tom barrasso wore a 35 right?
Correct. Until he went to Toronto and St. Louis (#30 in both places... just like when he started in Buffalo).

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08-07-2010, 12:57 AM
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for no reason, but tom barrasso wore a 35 right?
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=tom+barrasso+jersey+number

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08-07-2010, 01:01 AM
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cool thanks. i remember some kid in elementary school was apparently related to him, so i was like tom barrasso is cool! and got his action figurine (pens). i didn't realize it at the time, but i also glove right in hockey, which is rarer. (this was before theo), so i later associated my liking him to that.

and yes i have a googlez. i was more lookings for a thread to post something the least bit relevant in, to check if i could edit my posts. i had 2 infractions (effing badass imo) and i couldn't edit, which sucks because i'm an editor, but lawyer got my sentence reduced. mad props.


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Hockeyreference suggests that he wore the following numbers:

35 (Vancouver 2002-2006, Florida 2007)
29 (Phoenix 2008, Boston 2008)
31 (Ottawa 2009, Dallas 2010, NYR 2010)

Seems like when a change in scenery doesn't result in improved fortunes for him, he changes his number (I'm sure incumbent goalies have affected choices here and there). Surprising he kept 31 three straight times.
Strange that hockey references is wrong about his number in Phoenix.

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and yes i have a googlez. i was more lookings for a thread to post something the least bit relevant in, to check if i could edit my posts. i had 2 infractions (effing badass imo) and i couldn't edit, which sucks because i'm an editor, but lawyer got my sentence reduced. mad props.
Haha I know, I was just waiting to use that site for something.

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08-07-2010, 08:14 AM
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Loved him when he was with the McGill Redmen.

What about Chipchura? He wore #28
Few cups of coffee later and unfortunately he's no longer here. I did like him in #28 though, just too bad things didn't work out for him.

Now if Kyres made the Habs. Ho boy, that would be something.

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08-07-2010, 09:12 AM
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Few cups of coffee later and unfortunately he's no longer here. I did like him in #28 though, just too bad things didn't work out for him.

Now if Kyres made the Habs. Ho boy, that would be something.
Kyres was a fantastic team player on the Redmen. Loved his passion, his hits would just change the momentum of a game, and he would always step up for his teammates. One of the toughest players in the CIS at the time. I've only really seen him play there...how is he doing in Moncton? Same old bull in a china shop?

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08-07-2010, 09:51 AM
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Strange that hockey references is wrong about his number in Phoenix.
Yeah, I forgot to mention that he clearly wore #35 with Phoenix. Taken from the CBC article when the Bruins traded for him:

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And this is newsworthy?

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Kyres was a fantastic team player on the Redmen. Loved his passion, his hits would just change the momentum of a game, and he would always step up for his teammates. One of the toughest players in the CIS at the time. I've only really seen him play there...how is he doing in Moncton? Same old bull in a china shop?
Yup. Same old Kyres.

I love the way he plays. One shift, during a Lachine Maroons game, he got the crowd into it. He hammered one guy, about six inches taller then him, into the boards and down to the ice. He then skated off to where the next guy was, who had the puck and crushed him. He finished off with another big hit, sending the guy into his own bench. The rest of the team was on the bench, yelling at him and all Kyres did was laugh and taunt them.

He got a two minute penalty for unsportsmanlike, to the displeasure of the home crowd, but he was keeping the crowd happy by doing chicken movements to the opposing bench.

Truly an entertaining player to watch.

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