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06-28-2012, 06:24 PM
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So Elias asked Brodeur to give it back.

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Oh yeah...I'm sure he totally forgot he had it in his bag. What convenient timing.

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06-28-2012, 06:27 PM
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Elias is such a stand up guy. Once he called out, with proof that he had it,..........then he found it in his bag, after he said he didn't have it.

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About time. Oh yeah, **** off Elias. and I say that in the nicest way possible.

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06-28-2012, 06:31 PM
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Elias will return the puck to the Kings, and they will make a donation to his charity.

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06-28-2012, 06:31 PM
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I hate it when pucks just sneak into your bag like that.

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06-28-2012, 06:35 PM
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Yeah, we're lucky the puck fell into the bag of such a standup guy.

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06-28-2012, 06:37 PM
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So what's his charity, the Devils ownership?

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06-28-2012, 06:38 PM
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It happens man, pucks just find their way into your equipment bag sometimes.

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06-28-2012, 06:39 PM
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I wonder why he had his equipment bag on the bench during the game? I hate when pucks fall right into equipment bags.

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06-28-2012, 06:41 PM
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Hey.. worked out for his charity.

The guy's won 3 Cups... he knows how important those pucks are. Made the most of it.

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Charity= devils cap bail out haha.

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06-28-2012, 06:45 PM
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This is the most ridiculous invented controversy I've ever heard of. It's NOT a Stanley Cup winning puck, so there's absolutely no significance to it.

Do you keep the winning puck from the few Stanley Cup clinching OT games? Yes. Absolutely. 100%. No questions asked.

But WTH ever heard of keeping the last puck that just happened to be on the ice in a game that was decided long before the whistle? Like it's some sort of common practice? Exactly.

There's no historical significance to it from any other puck used in the game. In fact, it's even less historically significant than any of the Kings goal scoring pucks that night.

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06-28-2012, 06:45 PM
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http://twitter.com/LAKings/status/218488811859095552
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If you see Patrik Elias at the Hockey Hall of Fame wearing a baggy jacket with lots of pocket space, keep an eye on him.

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06-28-2012, 06:47 PM
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ROFL

"If you see Patrik Elias at the Hockey Hall of Fame wearing a baggy jacket with lots of pocket space, keep an eye on him."

Guess who: https://twitter.com/LAKings/status/218488811859095552

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06-28-2012, 06:48 PM
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This is the most ridiculous invented controversy I've ever heard of.

It's NOT a Stanley Cup winning puck, so there's absolutely no significance to it.

Do you keep the winning puck from the few Stanley Cup clinching OT games? Yes. Absolutely. 100%. No questions asked.

But WTH ever heard of keeping the last puck that just happened to be on the ice in a game that was decided long before the whistle?

There's no historical significance to it from any other puck used in the game. In fact, it's even less historically significant than any of the Kings goal scoring pucks that night.
Really?

It was the puck that was on the ice when the buzzer sounded for the Los Angeles Kings first ever Stanley Cup in 45 years of existence. It's pretty significant for the franchise.

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This is the most ridiculous invented controversy I've ever heard of. It's NOT a Stanley Cup winning puck, so there's absolutely no significance to it.

Do you keep the winning puck from the few Stanley Cup clinching OT games? Yes. Absolutely. 100%. No questions asked.

But WTH ever heard of keeping the last puck that just happened to be on the ice in a game that was decided long before the whistle? Like it's some sort of common practice? Exactly.

There's no historical significance to it from any other puck used in the game. In fact, it's even less historically significant than any of the Kings goal scoring pucks that night.
Why'd Elias put it in his bag then?

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06-28-2012, 06:50 PM
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This is the most ridiculous invented controversy I've ever heard of. It's NOT a Stanley Cup winning puck, so there's absolutely no significance to it.

Do you keep the winning puck from the few Stanley Cup clinching OT games? Yes. Absolutely. 100%. No questions asked.

But WTH ever heard of keeping the last puck that just happened to be on the ice in a game that was decided long before the whistle? Like it's some sort of common practice? Exactly.

There's no historical significance to it from any other puck used in the game. In fact, it's even less historically significant than any of the Kings goal scoring pucks that night.
Why lie about it if it means so little?

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06-28-2012, 06:50 PM
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oh i didnt have it.......oh i do, how about u give money to my charity

****ing ******.

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Really?

It was the puck that was on the ice when the buzzer sounded for the Los Angeles Kings first ever Stanley Cup in 45 years of existence. It's pretty significant for the franchise.
If the game went to overtime and Penner ended the Stanley Cup finals with it?

Yup. I'd be in your corner 100%. But in a blowout? No.

Never in the history of the sport of ice hockey has a non-clinching sudden death puck or,,,,,at the very least..... the puck that just happened to be laying on the ice in a 6-1 game - ever been treated like it was something special.

This is a first.

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Why lie about it if it means so little?
Lie? If he were being untruthful about it the Kings wouldn't be getting the puck now would they! Maybe he picked up the puck to have a keepsake for himself of the SCF.

Here's the point..... to act like it's common practice for an NHL team to regard the last puck that happened to be used in a game as being "special" or "significant" is highly disingenuous, because they're not.

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This is the most ridiculous invented controversy I've ever heard of. It's NOT a Stanley Cup winning puck, so there's absolutely no significance to it.

Do you keep the winning puck from the few Stanley Cup clinching OT games? Yes. Absolutely. 100%. No questions asked.

But WTH ever heard of keeping the last puck that just happened to be on the ice in a game that was decided long before the whistle? Like it's some sort of common practice? Exactly.

There's no historical significance to it from any other puck used in the game. In fact, it's even less historically significant than any of the Kings goal scoring pucks that night.
Hey, that's the attitude. Just because YOU don't understand doesn't mean others don't care. Have some respect. Its the least that can be done. Now don't slam the door on your way out.

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some here are definitely being serious about this - not quite sure why though. The whole thing's a big joke imo

I lol'd at this response to that twitter message: "Did Ryane Clowe grab it from the bench?"

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06-28-2012, 06:55 PM
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If the game went to overtime and Penner ended the Stanley Cup finals with it?

Yup. I'd be in your corner 100%. But in a blowout? No.

Never in the history of the sport of ice hockey has a non-clinching sudden death puck or,,,,,at the very least..... the puck that just happened to be laying on the ice in a 6-1 game - ever been treated like it was something special.

This is a first.
Then why would Elias take it? Does he make it a habit of taking home game pucks?

It took 45 years for the Kings to win the Stanley Cup, let them have their puck if they want it.

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This is the most ridiculous invented controversy I've ever heard of. It's NOT a Stanley Cup winning puck, so there's absolutely no significance to it.

Do you keep the winning puck from the few Stanley Cup clinching OT games? Yes. Absolutely. 100%. No questions asked.

But WTH ever heard of keeping the last puck that just happened to be on the ice in a game that was decided long before the whistle? Like it's some sort of common practice? Exactly.

There's no historical significance to it from any other puck used in the game. In fact, it's even less historically significant than any of the Kings goal scoring pucks that night.
Go back to your board Pauly D

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