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10-09-2003, 06:23 PM
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Vote For Top Player!

After the game, vote for who you think played the best game/was the star, etc,etc...i will tally up the points, and total them, after each game, and see who the real mvp is!

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Cloutier and Chubarov
H.Sedin looks great also, a lot faster!!

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Cloutier gets my vote

He played very solid and he had no chance on the goal he let in.

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Cloutier and Chubarov.

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Chewby gets the vote.

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Artem Chubarov for me.

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King.

considering its his first game, and he got his first NHL goal!



surprising how well he played in his first game, and if he keeps up, I'd say I am very surprised that Canucks solved their 2nd line scoring from within the system..

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I should add, I felt Chubarov would have had a pretty good game, even if he didn't score two points tonight. He was really on the ball today. Goal, assists, GWG, and lots of very good play in his own zone. What a great third line.

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10-09-2003, 08:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Super_Joe
Wasn't the 3rd line : Cooke Linden Arvedson ?
Yeah, I meant 4th. Oops.

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10-09-2003, 10:00 PM
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Maggie along with Linden or Lindgren would form a premiere checking line the the league, maybe not as good as Jersey's, but close.

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Artem "The Silent Assassin" Chubarov

runner up Dan Cloutier

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i'm going to go with Cloutier

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10-10-2003, 09:38 AM
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Cloutier. Without him, we could've had a much different game. Calgary out-played us in the first period, IMO, but because of some good work by our power play, we managed to get a two goal lead. We were much better in the second and third periods, IMO.

I thought Chubarov was pretty good too. Won faceoffs and generated some offense (scored the winner, and got an assist on Ruutu's goal).

King was pretty good, too. Got a couple nice chances. But I might be a little biased considering I've been a fan of his for a while now...

The checking line did a great job, IMO. Iginla only got ONE shot. If they do that good of a job every game, we'll be in good shape. The only thing I'm worried about is containing those darned Avs! :mad:

I actually thought May was pretty good. He was very important in Chubarov's goal. He also got a couple solid chances.

Salo was good on the power play, IMO. It never really seemed to click in my mind until now that he is a pretty good passer too. He isn't just all about his big shot.

The Sedins were also solid. That was a beautiful play that they made to set up King. Hopefully they'll do that a lot this season.

I wasn't particularily impressed by the first line, though they were ok on the power play I guess. Naslund was basically invisible.

So I'd say we won because of a potent power play, stellar goaltending and good work in both ends by our third and fourth lines. This game proves that we can win even when the top line isn't particularily great.

 
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The Winner Of The First Player Of The Game

Dan Cloutier-7 votes

Runners Up

Artem Chubarov-4
Jason King-1

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