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03-03-2012, 11:55 PM
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1 + was from luongos worst goal on the year, the other + was from an empty netter.

Come on guys, I love sabre fans, but trying to say hodgson outplayed kassian today is just silly.
Your forum is elsewhere friend.

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Kassian interview on CBC right now

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Is it funny that all Kassian's goal really accomplished in the end was to make Ehrhoff's goal the GWG?

Oh yeah, and Ville FREAKIN' Leino right? Nice.

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Kassian played great. No question this team needs a guy like him, we simply needed a talented natural center more.

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1 + was from luongos worst goal on the year, the other + was from an empty netter.

Come on guys, I love sabre fans, but trying to say hodgson outplayed kassian today is just silly.
Don't even start this arguement. Its worthless. This game gives us no insight on the future for these two players. So why even argue it?

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I think that was the best NHL game I've ever seen Kassian play. I really hope he can keep it going for you guys, now that we're not going to meet again in the regular season.
This one sabre fan thinks im trolling (not you)

Ive only been around the sabre forums since the trade, and said nothing but good things the entire time

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Don't even start this arguement. Its worthless. This game gives us no insight on the future for these two players. So why even argue it?
I guess your right

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G- Ennis-Coho-Staff
Sekera
Ellis surprisingly
Leino Gerbs nd Kaleta
Sulzer actually to me didn't play that bad. No glorifying mistakes. I thought he played okay for his first game.

B- Refs...Yikesssss
Diving. Cmon Burrows and company.
Few elbows from Vancouver thrown too...Luckily one didn't connect badly.

U- Diving again. Still frustrating to see.
Refs cuz they always suck.
Yeah, can't believe Burrows managed to sell a call! I thought all the refs hated him? And Rome's always been stupid with the elbowing...there's a reason why Vancouver fans want him in the press box.

Miller was awesome tonight!

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As sad as it is, same can be said for us....cheers!
Goes for every player on our team. We wanted to trade the Sedins back in 2005, I think.

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03-03-2012, 11:57 PM
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Yeah Ellis played his ass off.
He always does. Tropp was working his tail off as well.

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Kassian interview on CBC right now
how can he take steve erke... I mean Kevin Weeks seriously??

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G:
2nd,3rd, 4th line
Miller
Everyone on defense and PK
Sulzer looked pretty good for his first start

B:
Thinking that 3 goal lead wasn't enough
Thinking Ennis was somehow gonna botch up that empty netter again lol



U:
VRP has been god awful for two games in a row now. Vanek/Pominville in particular lately.
Refs
Kassian/Gragnani
Kassian trying to headhunt and gettin close to a few cheapshots

I'm so glad we got rid of Kassian and Gragnani. No I'm not being sarcastic I've never seen either of them try so hard in a game, where was this in Buffalo? Good riddance!

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This one sabre fan thinks im trolling (not you)

Ive only been around the sabre forums since the trade, and said nothing but good things the entire time


Though I really want to know where Pauser is atm

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Wanted to point out that Leino's heating up at the right time. The guy's known to show up in clutch situations; that's one reason we got him. I hope he continues to change the minds of some of the doubters.

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Know what's funny? When the trade happened Canucks fans were beyond freaking out....

You go to their boards and Kassian is the second coming of Christ....

They are passionate I'll give em that
Haha. Yeps that's most Canuck Fans for ya. You should see the hate on we have for Mason Raymond right now. I've been saying Raymond is a great bottom 6 forward, but not a top 6 forward. As soon as he was lifted and they put Kassian on the 2nd that whole line looked way better.

Regardless most sensible Canuck fans know that Kassian has so much potential. He has 16 hits in 3 games and 1G 1A..I couldn't be happier with that right now. Kid's got great hockey sense.

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I think that was the best NHL game I've ever seen Kassian play. I really hope he can keep it going for you guys, now that we're not going to meet again in the regular season.
no doubt, he was awesome tonight.

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Prove what point?

I guess you didn't read the whole Kassian > Coho thing because Kassian got 2 points as tongue in cheek?
2 POINTS exactly Now go away.

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he had like, maybe 5 shifts win the sedins in the last 3 games? less? and hodgson isn't good play on the wing, that's why he never played with kesler

kassian played good defensively, blame luongo for his minus

and please don't act like you know hodgson, we've seen him for 63 games this year and 20 last year
I'll be sure to act like I know Hodgson then considering i've been watching him since he was drafted by the battalion (ohl) in brampton where I grew up. Unlike the rest of the canuck fans who think they can pass judgement on a player who has barely broken into the league.

I for one am glad hodgson gets a fresh start here in buffalo to prove his worth because its not like CDC ever gave him a chance out of the gate they just called him a bust and then jumped on the wagon when he actually got a chance to play.


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1 + was from luongos worst goal on the year, the other + was from an empty netter.

Come on guys, I love sabre fans, but trying to say hodgson outplayed kassian today is just silly.
There's always a few misguided fans in every fanbase. Kassian played awesome tonight!

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Good:
-Miller

-Ennis-Hodgson-Stafford was good, but certainly not as good as they were in the first two games. Hemmed in their own end several times, but overall good support in their own end and nice chances off the rush. Hodgson is so smart.

-Leino was a boss. He looked like a 3C. Kaleta and Gerbe were awesome. Don't touch this line, and don't touch the EHS line. Get a new look on that top line.

-Rej-Weber with some solid hockey.


Bad:
-Roy and Vanek have been complete garbage and are mentally disengaged in these games. Tonight was no different.

-Kassian with a couple points. Not sure how to feel about that - probably would have been better if he didn't try and knock Tropp's head off from behind.

-Hoff had a rough outing. Really fighting it.

-Didn't like the officiating on either end, but the worst call of the night hands down the call on Kaleta. That was a horrible call.

Ugly:
-I've got nothing.


GREAT:
-Two points out. Pulled out six points against ANA, SJ, and VAN.
-CoHo is +3 in 3 games as a Sabre. Positive contributions already...he'll get a point eventually.


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Kassian interview on CBC right now
Well what did young Zack say?

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G-
Leino
Miller hanging on for the win
Ennis
Sekera
Kinda under the radar, but Kaleta was annoying Canucks all game
Classy Canucks fans who don't troll in here. Thanks

B-
Myers continues to slump
VRP are not playing like a scoring line
Ref's

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Sylvester (and I watched the CBC broadcast)
Gragnani .... So glad.... So glad.
Get off of Myers back holy **** man. He was a +1 today.... Wasn't like he was -2 and he also got an assist. 9 points in past 14 games...

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He always does. Tropp was working his tail off as well.
While that's true, I think he really outdid himself tonight. That 4th line was dominant at times and he played the biggest role in that. Not to take anything away from Boyes, as I think he had a very solid game as well.

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2 POINTS exactly Now go away.
I can never cheer for the Sabres again?

Now I have to find another to cheer for when they're not playing the Canucks!

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Don't even start this arguement. Its worthless. This game gives us no insight on the future for these two players. So why even argue it?
Dubi... He didn't start the "crazy talk".

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There's always a few misguided fans in every fanbase. Kassian played awesome tonight!
It's understandable, I don't really mind it, but sometimes its a tad annoying.

But hey even I am a victim of it sometimes, like today I was raging at hodgson a few times

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