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11-22-2010, 09:31 AM
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Boucher is starting

RT @DNFlyers: As was posted on the blog an hour ago, Brian Boucher is starting in net tonight for the Flyers. http://go.philly.com/frequentflyers
O **** me sofly..

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Nah, not an issue at all. I mean they are the most disciplined team in hockey. How thee rushkie plays over the next month is going to be interesting. Does he elevate his play or does he come back down to earth and struggle a little?
You want him to elevate his play?? from what to where.. He is already at around SV%925-930.

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11-22-2010, 09:36 AM
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This is easy. You just have to say:

Losing rate in the last 20 years between playoff series involving Flyers/Habs:

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 0/100k
Montréal Québec: 100/100k
(US Dept. of Justice / StatsCan)

Fact is that in Montreal, losing to the Flyers in the playoffs is much much more a part of the consciousness for a variety of reasons. Subban and the Habs are a losing bunch, because their fans like it like that.
hahaha, I wonder what their comeback would be

"WE GOTS 23 CUP!"
"WE WINS IN NOVEMBER!"

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11-22-2010, 09:39 AM
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Awesome song/job MSE!

Time to destroy the Habs! Personally I would love it if they chanted Ole again, I think that is was really started this whole war.

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11-22-2010, 09:42 AM
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11-22-2010, 09:47 AM
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Not too happy about seeing Boucher with the start, but here's hoping! He does need work, but I'd rather see him get a start later in the week, rather than two in a row.

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11-22-2010, 09:48 AM
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That's pretty funny, actually. Just how many riots have happened in Philly in recent years? How about after the Phillies won the World Series? None, you say? Interesting... and yet Flyers fans are the animals. Awesome.
http://www.associatedcontent.com/art..._phillies.html

''With two overturned cars, numerous bonfires, tear-gas canisters, and a busload of riot cops, last night proved to be one of the most wild and out-of-control celebrations of any championship that this writer has ever observed.''

I am dissapoint.

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11-22-2010, 09:51 AM
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''With two overturned cars, numerous bonfires, tear-gas canisters, and a busload of riot cops, last night proved to be one of the most wild and out-of-control celebrations of any championship that this writer has ever observed.''

I am dissapoint.
I stand corrected. Philadelphia can get out of control when they've won a championship. Montreal does it after winning a round in the playoffs, but neither is right. And I would guess that most of the crap was not started by a fan (Phillies or Habs), but idiots who took advantage of the opportunity.

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11-22-2010, 09:54 AM
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I stand corrected. Philadelphia can get out of control when they've won a championship. Montreal does it after winning a round in the playoffs, but neither is right. And I would guess that most of the crap was not started by a fan (Phillies or Habs), but idiots who took advantage of the opportunity.
I agree. Next time it happens, just arm yourself with a camera. Tons of videos were forwarded to the Montreal police to help arrest some punks.

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11-22-2010, 09:56 AM
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Starting riots are likely, what you said, just idiots. Messing with a car with Quebec license plates, that's fans...that happen to also be idiots.

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Actually CharlieGirl, i am sure as much in Philly as in Montreal it was prooven that the riotting was started by a bunch of unemployed punks that sit aroung the city center bumming spare change and doing **** all with their lives just waiting for a chance to loot some free **** from suspecting store owners. Then the belligerant fans see this as an oppurtunity to party in the streets and be a little defiant of the law. Most of these weasels are the type that when someone challenges them they piss their pants.

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Win big and pound the piss out of these little **** holes !!
It was like a Stanley Cup victory for Habs fans after beating us last game
Time to bring them back to reality !!

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RT @DNFlyers: Looks like Van Riemsdyk may be out tonight... Zherdev was off the ice pretty quick and JVR is still out there. Wellwood back in lineup.

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11-22-2010, 10:11 AM
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O **** me sofly..

You want him to elevate his play?? from what to where.. He is already at around SV%925-930.
what i meant was does he get back to how he was playing compared to the last few games. Granted i highly doubt he keeps pace at those #'s but does he drop off considerably. How does he respond?

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Ugh at Bob and JVR sitting

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at least we have the depth to juggle players like this, or am I wrong to think of it that way?

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11-22-2010, 10:24 AM
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Please let us not turn this into another, which city destroys themselves more after wins thread...

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Again with Boucher?

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11-22-2010, 10:32 AM
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what i meant was does he get back to how he was playing compared to the last few games. Granted i highly doubt he keeps pace at those #'s but does he drop off considerably. How does he respond?
We won't find out tonight, tahst for sure.

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RT @DNFlyers: Looks like Van Riemsdyk may be out tonight... Zherdev was off the ice pretty quick and JVR is still out there. Wellwood back in lineup.
I guess he wants more from JVR. Can't really blame him.

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Destroy the habs..

Now you are in our building now.
Nice sentence.

You should take off one of the "now"s, to reduce redundancy.
Doesn't matter which one, it could either be the first one, or the last one.
The sentence would have the same meaning either way.
Option 1:
Now you are in our building.
Option 2:
You are in our building now.

I would add an exclamation point at the end for added emphasis.

Good luck!

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11-22-2010, 10:42 AM
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Nice sentence.

You should take off one of the "now"s, to reduce redundancy.
Doesn't matter which one, it could either be the first one, or the last one.
The sentence would have the same meaning either way.
Option 1:
Now you are in our building.
Option 2:
You are in our building now.

I would add an exclamation point at the end for added emphasis.

Good luck!
There is something deeply wrong with this one...

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11-22-2010, 10:44 AM
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Nice sentence.

You should take off one of the "now"s, to reduce redundancy.
Doesn't matter which one, it could either be the first one, or the last one.
The sentence would have the same meaning either way.
Option 1:
Now you are in our building.
Option 2:
You are in our building now.

I would add an exclamation point at the end for added emphasis.

Good luck!
I don't think you need these commas.

"You should take off one of the "now"s to reduce redundancy" works fine the way it is.

Your other sentence -- "Doesn't matter which one, it could either be the first one, or the last one." should look like this:

"Doesn't matter which one, it could either be the first one or the last one."
That comma could probably be a semicolon. I'd say it should be, but that's just me.

Thanks! (Exclamation point for added emphasis)

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11-22-2010, 10:50 AM
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I don't think you need these commas.

"You should take off one of the "now"s to reduce redundancy" works fine the way it is.

Your other sentence -- "Doesn't matter which one, it could either be the first one, or the last one." should look like this:

"Doesn't matter which one, it could either be the first one or the last one."
That comma could probably be a semicolon. I'd say it should be, but that's just me.

Thanks! (Exclamation point for added emphasis)
People tend to over-use the semicolon way too often. Most of the time a simple period is more appropriate. Really, his original line should have just read...

"Doesn't matter which one. It could either be the first one or the last one."

Moving on...

EDIT: Actually, taking off the word "one" from the 2nd sentence would serve it best so it's not repetative with the first sentence...

"Doesn't matter which one. It could either be the first one or the last."

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11-22-2010, 10:55 AM
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i just said he'd offer to drop them; i too would be surprised if PunK Subban accepts the offer.

I am not trolling or anything like that. I am just curious why most Flyers fans hate PK so much?

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RT @DNFlyers: Looks like Van Riemsdyk may be out tonight... Zherdev was off the ice pretty quick and JVR is still out there. Wellwood back in lineup.
dang. maybe a false alarm. shelley was the last one out there last week and he wasnt scratched... still jvr had a good game and this is his reward? not reinforcing correctly.

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11-22-2010, 10:59 AM
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JVR coming off one of his best game sits. Zherdev who gets benched for extending shifts gets to play. Dont agree with this at all.
Maybe they are giving Zherdev he can backcheck and ply defense. chance # 10 or whatever this is.
Im on the fence with Bobrovsky sitting. Guess they felt it was time to scale back his playing time

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