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View Poll Results: Kitchener / London - who will win and how many games
London in 4/5 games 38 50.67%
Kitchener in 4/5 games 3 4.00%
London in 6/7 games 25 33.33%
Kitchener in 6/7 games 9 12.00%
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04-28-2005, 10:14 AM
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You're grasping Charlie_Girl

That being said, it's not hard to find classless fans at any arena.

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Yeah they are everywhere.

One play that I think really hurt the Rangers was when Pepe made that horrible play on Thomson which ended up being a goal. That imo killed the Rangers even though they ended up evening the score before the game ended. Before Pepe made that bad play I thought the Rangers were playing really well and were gonna win this game. Something about a guy like Thomson setting up a play or scoring a goal that generally takes the sail out of the opposition.

I liked the game but thought the guys were really scared to make it a real physical contest b/c of penalties. Too bad.

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Go Knights Go!

11 down, 5 to go...

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04-29-2005, 07:50 PM
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2-0 knights half way in the 2nd period...for what it's worth.

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04-29-2005, 08:47 PM
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5-0, 67's here we come!!

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04-29-2005, 09:31 PM
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Kitchener gave it everything they had.... London is just too strong and has too much depth.

Congratulations to the Knights and their fans! You've had an incredible season - good luck against Ottawa!

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04-29-2005, 10:04 PM
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I had box seats for the first time ever and it was amazing !!!!!! I taped the last 10 minutes on videocamcorder and after the game went down Richmond blowing my huge horn!!! Anyone hear a very loud HORN (not car horn, the long plastic ones)

Wooooooooooooohoooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

When does the next series start ????????

Anyone noticed how well A. Perry and Foreman played tonight? They'll be important on this team next year for sure.

And how about Robbie Schremp these days??? He's scoring timely goals, making body checks for the first time i've ever seen and making some good defensive plays huring to backcheck. I think he learned his lesson last year against Guelph. Hope he keeps it up!!!!!

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04-30-2005, 08:39 AM
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Kitchener gave it everything they had.... London is just too strong and has too much depth.

Congratulations to the Knights and their fans! You've had an incredible season - good luck against Ottawa!
Thanks CG49!! I had said at the beginning of this series, that the Rangers don't have 4 Mike Richards' to shut down all 4 lines, good effort though, even took a game off us!

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04-30-2005, 02:52 PM
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Off to the finals! 40 years in the making...

4 more wins, Green & Gold!

Go Knights Go!

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What do you think was the turning point of the series? Anyone care to answer?

I'm going w/ when the Knights killed the 5 on 3 in the first minute of game 3 after I believe Schremp got a penalty and Perry for illegal curve. Dennis made some great saves to keep it 0-0 then London stormed out and scored 3 goals in the next 10 minutes if i'm not mistaken.

I also think Adam Perry's goal in game 4 from Robbie Schremp :27 after the Rangers made it 2-0 was a huge goal that helped bring them back to tie and eventually win the game and put a stranglehold on the series.

Kitchener's going to have a great set of defenceman next year w/ Lashoff, Kindl, Valabik and others all coming back I think except Benoit.

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What do you think was the turning point of the series? Anyone care to answer?

I'm going w/ when the Knights killed the 5 on 3 in the first minute of game 3 after I believe Schremp got a penalty and Perry for illegal curve. Dennis made some great saves to keep it 0-0 then London stormed out and scored 3 goals in the next 10 minutes if i'm not mistaken.

I also think Adam Perry's goal in game 4 from Robbie Schremp :27 after the Rangers made it 2-0 was a huge goal that helped bring them back to tie and eventually win the game and put a stranglehold on the series.

Kitchener's going to have a great set of defenceman next year w/ Lashoff, Kindl, Valabik and others all coming back I think except Benoit.
Either that or the OT win. The OT win may not have been the turning point as it was 2-1 London already, but it sure removed any life Kitchener had left.

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05-01-2005, 12:45 AM
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Either that or the OT win. The OT win may not have been the turning point as it was 2-1 London already, but it sure removed any life Kitchener had left.

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I think the OT win was the turning point.... if Kitchener wins that game, the series is tied 2-2 and it's a brand new series. Kitchener battled back to tie that game, and if they had won in OT, they'd have had a lot of momentum going into game 5. After London scored in OT, they were in a big hole against the best regular season team in the CHL - it was too steep a hill.

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Good points, but I feel that the 6-1 slacking London put on KW in game 3 had a huge impact on game 4. If London won 6-5 or 2-1 in game 3, I think KW would have been more confident in game 4 and ultimately won that game.

Either or are good choices though.

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