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11-04-2012, 09:55 AM
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Leave it. Fighting is just part of the sport.

Games lost due to concussions will be lower than they were last year (over an 82 game sched.)

4:1
I'd leave it. I don't honestly see how they can't be now that Sid is healthy again.

Sidney Crosby gives Ovechkin a concussion causing him to miss almost a year of hockey.

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I'd leave it. I don't honestly see how they can't be now that Sid is healthy again.

Sidney Crosby gives Ovechkin a concussion causing him to miss almost a year of hockey.

10:1
Leave it. Ovi is an ox, Crosby not so much

Ilya Kovalchuk requests a trade out of NJ within the next 8 years (8:1)

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I'll take it.

An emergency backup goalie plays in net next season (not just on sitting on bench) 10:1

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11-04-2012, 10:37 AM
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I'll take it.

An emergency backup goalie plays in net next season (not just on sitting on bench) 10:1
Leave it.


edited for asking a similar to previous question


Teemu Selanne plays 2 more full seasons (3:1)

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11-04-2012, 10:56 AM
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Leave it.


edited for asking a similar to previous question


Teemu Selanne plays 2 more full seasons (3:1)
Leave it. Selanne still has it, but with this season all but in the trash, two more full seasons is a lot.

Marc Staal will end up in Carolina with his brothers when he becomes a FA. (3:1)

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11-04-2012, 11:37 AM
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Leave it. Selanne still has it, but with this season all but in the trash, two more full seasons is a lot.

Marc Staal will end up in Carolina with his brothers when he becomes a FA. (3:1)
Leave it.

Radulov never comes back to the NHL.

2:1

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11-04-2012, 11:49 AM
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Radulov never comes back to the NHL.

2:1
take it
can't see him coming back

Vokoun will take the starter job from Fleury permanently (5:1)

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11-04-2012, 11:57 AM
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take it
can't see him coming back

Vokoun will take the starter job from Fleury permanently (5:1)
Leave it. With Vokoun being 36 or possibly even 37 when the Pens play their next game, he's not exactly in the long-term plans.

10:1 The next Norris winner will not only be a first time winner, but a first time nominee.

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11-04-2012, 12:00 PM
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Leave it. With Vokoun being 36, he's not exactly in the Pens' long-term plans.

10:1 The next Norris winner will not only be a first time winner, but a first time nominee.
Leave it.

10:1 The next years Vezina will be won by a Western Conference Goalie?

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11-04-2012, 12:04 PM
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10:1 The next years Vezina will be won by a Western Conference Goalie?
I'll take it
rinne and quick both have a great shot imo

Oilers get the first overall pick this draft (5:1)

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11-04-2012, 12:08 PM
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I'll take it
rinne and quick both have a great shot imo

Oilers get the first overall pick this draft (5:1)
Leave it. If its a draft lottery they have a 1/50 chance, if they follow last lockouts format.

Luongo remains in Vancouver for the start of next season (3:1)

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I'll take it
rinne and quick both have a great shot imo

Oilers get the first overall pick this draft (5:1)
Leave it. If some hockey is played, I don't see Edmonton finishing last, or even in he bottom 5. If the whole season is wiped out, the Oilers have a very small chance of landing the 1st overall pick again, due to having3 consecutive 1st overall picks.


Pittsburgh ends up with the 1st overall pick somehow, and takes Mackinnon, converts him to wing, and puts him with Crosby

8:1

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11-04-2012, 12:09 PM
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Leave it. If its a draft lottery they have a 1/50 chance, if they follow last lockouts format.

Luongo remains in Vancouver for the start of next season (3:1)
Leave it. A trade is just waiting to happen, and will happen when hockey resumes, IMO.

Bet is in previous post.

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11-04-2012, 12:18 PM
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Leave it. If some hockey is played, I don't see Edmonton finishing last, or even in he bottom 5. If the whole season is wiped out, the Oilers have a very small chance of landing the 1st overall pick again, due to having3 consecutive 1st overall picks.


Pittsburgh ends up with the 1st overall pick somehow, and takes Mackinnon, converts him to wing, and puts him with Crosby

8:1
lol that would be awesome, but Ill leave it

Toews wins the next selke (4:1)

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11-04-2012, 12:21 PM
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lol that would be awesome, but Ill leave it

Toews wins the next selke (4:1)
I'd take those odds if it was him being nominated. But winning? I'll leave them.

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Leave it. If some hockey is played, I don't see Edmonton finishing last, or even in he bottom 5. If the whole season is wiped out, the Oilers have a very small chance of landing the 1st overall pick again, due to having3 consecutive 1st overall picks.

Pittsburgh ends up with the 1st overall pick somehow, and takes Mackinnon, converts him to wing, and puts him with Crosby

8:1

leave it. 3 playoff seasons would give them one ping pong ball. Now that you're mentioning draft possibilities, I'm wondering who would get the 3 balls. Off the top of my head, I'm guessing Leafs, Blue Jackets, Jets, and Islanders.

15:1 that Gary Bettman or Donald Fehr will be removed from their position after this lockout.

Bonus odds: 30:1 that both are removed.

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11-04-2012, 12:24 PM
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lol that would be awesome, but Ill leave it

Toews wins the next selke (4:1)
Take it. Toews was on pace for an excellent season that would have him in Selke contention before injuries. I am confident that he can easily win the Selke when hockey resumes.

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leave it. 3 playoff seasons would give them one ping pong ball. Now that you're mentioning draft possibilities, I'm wondering who would get the 3 balls. Off the top of my head, I'm guessing Leafs, Blue Jackets, Jets, and Islanders.

15:1 that Gary Bettman or Donald Fehr will be removed from their position after this lockout.

Bonus odds: 30:1 that both are removed.
One is removed. Take it.

Both are removed. Leave it. I just don't see that happening.


Both Sedins top 100 points. 5:1

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11-04-2012, 12:29 PM
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Take it. Toews was on pace for an excellent season that would have him in Selke contention before injuries. I am confident that he can easily win the Selke when hockey resumes.



One is removed. Take it.

Both are removed. Leave it. I just don't see that happening.


Both Sedins top 100 points. 5:1
leave it, can't see any more than 90 without Ehrhoff or a breasting Kesler on the PP this year.

Ovy tops 45 goals (8:1)

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11-04-2012, 12:35 PM
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leave it, can't see any more than 90 without Ehrhoff or a breasting Kesler on the PP this year.

Ovy tops 45 goals (8:1)
leave it. I'm thinking somewhere between 36-42.

4:1 A player comes out of retirement after this lockout and finishes the season with 30+ points.

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11-04-2012, 01:10 PM
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leave it. I'm thinking somewhere between 36-42.

4:1 A player comes out of retirement after this lockout and finishes the season with 30+ points.
Leave it, although close.

Don Cherry retires this year (2:1)

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11-04-2012, 01:12 PM
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Leave it, although close.

Don Cherry retires this year (2:1)
Leave it.

8:1 Erik Karlsson fails to record 30+ pts

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Leave it.

8:1 Erik Karlsson fails to record 30+ pts
leave it

Yakupov takes the Calder (5:1)

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leave it

Yakupov takes the Calder (5:1)
Yeah taking it

5 goal game next season 5:1

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5 goal game next season 5:1
Leave it.

Sven Bärtschi wins Calder 4:1

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Sven Bärtschi wins Calder 4:1
leave it, too much rookie talent (especially if we lose the year)

Eberle exceeds his last year's stats (3:1)

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leave it, too much rookie talent (especially if we lose the year)

Eberle exceeds his last year's stats (3:1)
Don't think it will happen, but I'd take it at those odds.

An elite NHL player doesn't return to the NHL after the lockout (6:1)

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