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10-31-2003, 09:33 AM
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Theodore wins the 1st part of the Molson Cup

http://www.rds.ca/cgi-bin/nouvelles?...n&sport=#90661

I would like to see Ribs win

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10-31-2003, 12:26 PM
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WTF ... How' bout Ribeiro

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Isn't Molson Cup based strictly on 3 star selections?

If Theo doesn't win the Molson Cup, we don't make the playoffs. Good to see him doing well early.

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WTF ... How' bout Ribeiro

What about Ribeiro? The fact is, he has done nothing in the last four games, and hasn't played with any sort of consistency.

The fact is, Theodore already has 3 shutouts, and aside from the games that the team bailed on him, has played extremely well.

Its not really a knock on Ribeiro but frankly Souray and Bulis are both guys who have played better than Ribeiro IMO even if numbers don't indicate it.

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I agree with Nash. Ribeiro has shown flashes of brilliance but without Theodore's play the team would have a losing record. When he has had less than stellar outings the team has been blown away. Overall he has played at an incredibly high level so far this year. He deserves the Molson Cup...it's not even close.

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IMO Ribeiro lovers prefer the sizzle to the steak. Where are his numbers? He's on hold as the games tick on. He'll relapse to last season's form.

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Isn't Molson Cup based strictly on 3 star selections?

If Theo doesn't win the Molson Cup, we don't make the playoffs. Good to see him doing well early.
Thats true. the player who win the molson player of the month is the one that got the most star points in this month...

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IMO Ribeiro lovers prefer the sizzle to the steak. Where are his numbers? He's on hold as the games tick on. He'll relapse to last season's form.
For this team's sake I really hope you're proved wrong.

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