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11-09-2012, 06:30 PM
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Galchenyuk playing LW tonight for the first time in a while. On a line with Sarault and Boucher.

Guelph makes it 1-0 already. Damn, what a pass by Dickinson.

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Guelph is playing with only 9 Forwards and 8 D... any reason why?

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Boucher hits the post after Galchenyuk set him up on a 2 on 1.

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Boucher hits the post after Galchenyuk set him up on a 2 on 1.
It came off a beautiful steal in his own zone to, just skated by and stole it from the defender. Then he made an incredible saucer pass to Boucher. Just a really nice play.

Goldobin! 1-1

EDIT: 2-1 for Guelph from a terrible angle. I have a feeling this game is going to be a blowout.

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11-09-2012, 07:05 PM
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Gally to Basso, 2-2!

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I think Gally assisted that one.

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I gather Gally is impressing you?

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Could be a barn burner tonight. Both teams playing some up tempo hockey

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I'm updating the stats on Galchenyuk as the game rolls on, via Twitter (@GalchenyukWatch)

So far, 1 assist, -1 rating, 2 shots on net, 1 turnover and 1 takeaway.
10 shifts, 5:07 time on ice.

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That was a very questionable assist. Pretty quiet Period for Gally.

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That was a very questionable assist. Pretty quiet Period for Gally.
Are you kidding? I mean yeah he started the period slow but he did the most out of the times he actually touched the puck and finished the period with multiple scoring chances plus an assist. Not to mention his beautiful pass to Boucher who hit the iron.

If CS is right, 5 minutes is pretty low ice time for his line.

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That was a very questionable assist. Pretty quiet Period for Gally.
It was a touch pass to Sarault on the break-out of the defensive zone.

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11-09-2012, 07:24 PM
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I'm updating the stats on Galchenyuk as the game rolls on, via Twitter (@GalchenyukWatch)

So far, 1 assist, -1 rating, 2 shots on net, 1 turnover and 1 takeaway.
10 shifts, 5:07 time on ice.
-1? realy?

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-1? realy?
He was out there for both goals.

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It was a touch pass to Sarault on the break-out of the defensive zone.
Did he move it to Serault? I thought they were giving him one for the mishandled pass that ended up on Bassos stick.

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Are you kidding? I mean yeah he started the period slow but he did the most out of the times he actually touched the puck and finished the period with multiple scoring chances plus an assist. Not to mention his beautiful pass to Boucher who hit the iron.

If CS is right, 5 minutes is pretty low ice time for his line.
Yeah, it's unofficial. I've been lucky to spot Galchenyuk on the ice when his shift starts and ends, and I have a digital stopwatch to track the time for each shift.

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That was a very questionable assist. Pretty quiet Period for Gally.
Not really..he made a slick move in the slot to get off a backhand headed top ched if sparks hadn't gotten over fast enough. Also a nice slapper off the halfboards Does the guy have to score 2 goals a period to appease habs fans

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Did he move it to Serault? I thought they were giving him one for the mishandled pass that ended up on Bassos stick.
Yes, he moved it up to Sarault, Sarault carried it up the ice, dropped it to Basso and Basso scored with a pretty nice shot.

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He was out there for both goals.
Im a little bit surprised for Horvak's goal but you probably watch the game when I just hear

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Yes, he moved it up to Sarault, Sarault carried it up the ice, dropped it to Basso and Basso scored with a pretty nice shot.
Serault carried it up the ice? Are we talking about the same play?

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Im a little bit surprised for Horvak's goal but you probably watch the game when I just hear
OHL has him at even. He was on there for both goals, on the bench for Goldobin's goal. That makes him -1, doesn't it.

Horvak's goal was brutal. Anderson should have had that.

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