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12-21-2005, 11:46 PM
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Here's the big drag about tonight's game...

Jeff Giuliano gets NO television feed of his first NHL goal. No Bob Miller... No Calgary... (and I have XM in the car, and the Calgary radio guy called him "Ghouly-onno" all night long.)

I think one of the things players really cherish is getting not only the puck, but the broadcast call of their first NHL goal. Nick Nickson will have to do.

(P.S. there is actual video footage that the Kings do have. it arrives via what is called a "scoreboard feed" from Calgary, though it won't arrive til tomorrow.)

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Jeff Giuliano gets NO television feed of his first NHL goal. No Bob Miller... No Calgary... (and I have XM in the car, and the Calgary radio guy called him "Ghouly-onno" all night long.)

I think one of the things players really cherish is getting not only the puck, but the broadcast call of their first NHL goal. Nick Nickson will have to do.

(P.S. there is actual video footage that the Kings do have. it arrives via what is called a "scoreboard feed" from Calgary, though it won't arrive til tomorrow.)
It's better than nothing. He will have something to remember the night by and that's what counts.

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http://www.tonyscv.com/kingsflames.wmv

http://boss.streamos.com/wmedia/jets...os_angeles.wvx

A little something for him ahead of tomorrow


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Gotta love how excited he looked! Congrats, Jeff!

Thanks, Tony.

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Here's TSN's highlight reel, though it's pathetic compared to Tony's links: TSN highlights

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Thanks from the Manchester fans, Tony!!

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Watched Sportsnet's highlights this morning and they were actually pretty extensive.

They even had a clip of Andy Murray saying that this was one of the best Kings wins ever. He also made a comment about guys being asked to step into roles they hadn't before. He used Camms as an example.

Makes you feel kinda foolish...we were all wondering why he wasn't scoring and it turns out AM just hadn't told him to yet.

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BTW.. it's cute how Canadians call him "Gooliano" The Kings should replace the G with a J on his jersey for Friday.

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Originally Posted by TubbyTerrion
Jeff Giuliano gets NO television feed of his first NHL goal. No Bob Miller... No Calgary... (and I have XM in the car, and the Calgary radio guy called him "Ghouly-onno" all night long.)

I think one of the things players really cherish is getting not only the puck, but the broadcast call of their first NHL goal. Nick Nickson will have to do.

(P.S. there is actual video footage that the Kings do have. it arrives via what is called a "scoreboard feed" from Calgary, though it won't arrive til tomorrow.)

What happened? You couldn't have been more pessimistic the other day with this post...

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Look at it this way... despite these past few wins, the team still sorta sucks. That power play... YIKES!!!! It might be nice for the team to know that the fans back home won't be subjected to their ineptitude in the offensive zone
5 unanswered goals with some key players out and Luc trying his best to stay off the ice. I suppose after their next loss you can go back to "The Sky is Falling!" posts

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They even had a clip of Andy Murray saying that this was one of the best Kings wins ever. He also made a comment about guys being asked to step into roles they hadn't before. He used Camms as an example.
Yeah, because Cammalleri has never been a go-to 1st-line center before . Gee, Andy, maybe a 4th-line energy "role player" isn't the best role for him that you think it is

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