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11-19-2010, 08:48 PM
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Bingo 4 Hershey 2 final

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What Butler is doing is astonishing.

Big time win - especially without Locke. Sounds like a hell of a game for Brust.

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11-19-2010, 08:52 PM
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3 stars

1. BNG - 12 Bobby Butler
2. BNG - 61 Andre Benoit
3. HER - 15 Dmitri Kugryshev

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11-19-2010, 09:00 PM
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What? lol, Brust didn't get a star?

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11-19-2010, 09:12 PM
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What? lol, Brust didn't get a star?
He should have gotten one, 44 saves and an assist, played his usual solid game in net..the boys showed up for 60 min and played well in front of a packed house, yes Hershey did not have Sens beater Aucoin but we didn't have Locke..

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What Butler is doing is astonishing.

Big time win - especially without Locke. Sounds like a hell of a game for Brust.

Yes - he is astonishing the AHL.

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11-19-2010, 09:16 PM
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Isn't it about time & so good to finally see an Ottawa prospect doing so well in Bingo. Also good to see Locke doing well down there although I doubt he ever gets a shot in the NHL.

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11-19-2010, 09:20 PM
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Isn't it about time & so good to finally see an Ottawa prospect doing so well in Bingo. Also good to see Locke doing well down there although I doubt he ever gets a shot in the NHL.
Since Spezza I haven't seen this much excitement over a prospect this early in the season..

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11-19-2010, 10:21 PM
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I like it too, but he is 23, not 18.

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11-19-2010, 10:24 PM
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Since Spezza I haven't seen this much excitement over a prospect this early in the season..
I wish you wouldn't have said Spezza.

Colin Greening is quietly doing very well in Bingo in his first pro season. I've only seen him at the development camp over the last few yrs & he has good size, good skater, goes to the dirty areas & being a Newfie I bet he can fight too. Greening is exactly what Ottawa needs more of at LW & with Butler at RW would be two good additions to Ottawa.

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11-19-2010, 10:39 PM
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Nice to see Wick finally finding his game in Bingo, I guess it takes some time to get used to the NA ice. especially for a forward.

Wow at Butler.

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11-19-2010, 10:46 PM
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Nice to see Wick finally finding his game in Bingo, I guess it takes some time to get used to the NA ice. especially for a forward.

Wow at Butler.
Wicks goal was an empty netter..

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Wicks goal was an empty netter..
Guess if anything smaller ice makes it easier to score that onen

It does seem as though Wick has been playing better lately, no?

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It does seem as though Wick has been playing better lately, no?
Yes he has played better. After having no points in his first 10 games he's had 8 in 8.

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Guess if anything smaller ice makes it easier to score that onen

It does seem as though Wick has been playing better lately, no?
He must be if the coach trusts him to be on the ice in the last minute in that situation. Its a cliche but usually holds true. We're talking about Hershey here too. Who do you put out in the last minute against Detroit in the NHL?

Good for Wick, I remember KK saying how he believed in Roman earlier in the year when he was struggling. It seems like he's being rewarded and repaying the coach for backing him.

I have some hope for our guys in Bingo.

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11-19-2010, 11:20 PM
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Always a special nite when Binghamton wins a game against the class of the AHL Hershey Bears.

It was a sellout (4710) like to see more sellouts makes for a better game atmosphere.....................

Binghamton is starting to come together still a lot of work to do down here..............................

The D is a bit shaky with two [2] 1st yr pros but they are here to learn.

Brust has been very good..................

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Yes he has played better. After having no points in his first 10 games he's had 8 in 8.
And we all gave up on him too

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11-19-2010, 11:26 PM
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He must be if the coach trusts him to be on the ice in the last minute in that situation. Its a cliche but usually holds true. We're talking about Hershey here too. Who do you put out in the last minute against Detroit in the NHL?

Good for Wick, I remember KK saying how he believed in Roman earlier in the year when he was struggling. It seems like he's being rewarded and repaying the coach for backing him.

I have some hope for our guys in Bingo.
Agreed. It good to know a coach evaluates a player for what they're doing, not the result. You can do everything right and still not get on the scoresheet. You can play well defensively and have a bad +/-. A coach shouldn't just look at the boxscore to evaluate his players.

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11-20-2010, 12:52 PM
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Highlights>Binghamton>load, it might be a delay..

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Butler has the 3rd goal, upper net wrister which he so often does..

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11-20-2010, 01:37 PM
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Yes he has played better. After having no points in his first 10 games he's had 8 in 8.
Very nice surprise. The future didn't look good for a while there - first year pro or not.

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