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02-25-2013, 07:40 AM
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Ottawa is gonna win this game 20-1

Goals by Daigle, Bonk, Yashin, Rhodes and Tugnutt will lead the sens to victory!

Habs loan goal by Therrien when he jumps on the ice, picks up the puck, throws it at Bishop's head and bounces in
You forgot Habs killer Andreas Dackell & Magnus Arvedson

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02-25-2013, 07:42 AM
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truth is i made a big bet on this game and i'm trying to substantiate it but nobodies helping me!

So let's try again, isn't this a great spot for the Canadiens? I see a convincing win here!
Risky bet. Nevermind the injuries, Montreal is 2-4-1 vs. the NE this season. Ottawa's got 4 wins in a row, and plays solid defensively. It'll be a tight game, and I predict an OT win.

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02-25-2013, 07:48 AM
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You forgot Habs killer Andreas Dackell & Magnus Arvedson
I didn't say the players I listed were the complete list of goal scorers

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Ottawa is gonna win this game 20-1

Goals by Daigle, Bonk, Yashin, Rhodes and Tugnutt will lead the sens to victory!

Habs loan goal by Therrien when he jumps on the ice, picks up the puck, throws it at Bishop's head and bounces in
^^^

This guy knows what's up.

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02-25-2013, 07:55 AM
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Terrible thread is terrible.

The way Ottawa is playing right now I would not be surprised to lose. Especially
if they carry the same mentality as many posters here.
I really really hope you aren't implying that coolasprICE speaks for many posters here.

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dude, do not worry.

I am the poster with the perfect GDT record (6-0?) in the playoffs when Halak stood on his head. I had people begging me to make the GDT's.

I need you to trust me.
By stating that, you just tripled the jinx.

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02-25-2013, 08:05 AM
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Risky bet. Nevermind the injuries, Montreal is 2-4-1 vs. the NE this season. Ottawa's got 4 wins in a row, and plays solid defensively. It'll be a tight game, and I predict an OT win.

Well we dropped 2 to the leafs, 1 mess up against the sabres and a solid game against the Bruins.

I don't see our divisional record as indicative for much. Ottawa does have 4 win's a row however we beat the Rags more convincingly than they did, and the Leafs laid a stink bomb the other night and were 24 seconds away from Overtime.

Sens are missing too many weapons imo.

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02-25-2013, 08:06 AM
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By stating that, you just tripled the jinx.
ya but Bob Marley cancels all the jinx's out.

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truth is i made a big bet on this game and i'm trying to substantiate it but nobodies helping me!

So let's try again, isn't this a great spot for the Canadiens? I see a convincing win here!
You bet on SPORTS? MY god you have a BET on this game? Nosw you just doubled the triple jinx.

I Call on the Simpson Rule to cancel your jinxes. I rarely do that, it's dangerous, but it is required in your case. Now please stop posting today. Please.

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02-25-2013, 08:11 AM
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You bet on SPORTS? MY god you have a BET on this game? Nosw you just doubled the triple jinx.

I Call on the Simpson Rule to cancel your jinxes. I rarely do that, it's dangerous, but it is required in your case. Now please stop posting today. Please.
oh i found it

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That’s 3 solid and well balanced lines.

Plekanec’s line will continue to be the #1 line in terms of TOI but, without a true superstar upfront, I see no reason to assign rank/number to our top 3 lines. On a specific night, any given of our top 3 line can be our #1.

It would also imply one of the best 4th lines in the whole league: Moen – White – Prust.

I mentioned on numerous occasions that I am a fan of Prust on the top 3 lines because it does spread the toughness. Having Moen, White and Prust play together somewhat is akin to going back to last season softness festival. However, Eller did step his game up a notch and his line really looked good vs the NYR so I also expect, assuming everyone is ready to go, Prust on 4th.

Bourque - Plekanec - Gionta
Pacioretty - Desharnais - Gallagher
Galchenyuk - Eller - Cole
Moen - White - Prust

Not bad... not bad at all!
Dropping Cole to line 3 was brilliant. He will not complain, and it saves his legs. That's a killing 3rd line.

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02-25-2013, 08:17 AM
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Taking my kid to his first game tomorrow night...Hope the Habs pull it off for him.
I remember when I saw my first game at the old forum a win vs Buffalo.........
My first game was in 72 I think, Sunday afternoon with my big brother. Blues. We won. Of course.

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This, Neil is by far one of my favourite players. Play's a good honest game.
Don Cherry, is that you?

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02-25-2013, 08:25 AM
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Only better.

I LOVE Prust and all but if I could trade him for Neil I would do it yesterday. Neil is an untouchable and part of Ottawa's identity though and most likely a Sens for life, too bad.
Chris Neil June 18, 1979 (age 33

Brandon Prust March 16, 1984 (age 28),

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Don Cherry, is that you?
Of course. Don digs folks from Ontario(Prust was also born there).

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Of course. Don digs folks from Ontario(Prust was also born there).
You mean Souther Ontario probably. Us Northern Ontario folk are mainly francais, so doubt he holds a special place in his heart for us

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02-25-2013, 09:03 AM
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dude, do not worry.

I am the poster with the perfect GDT record (6-0?) in the playoffs when Halak stood on his head. I had people begging me to make the GDT's.

I need you to trust me.
When are you starting it then cause the sooner this one get closed the better? lol

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02-25-2013, 09:03 AM
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I can totally see the Sens beat the Habs. They're on the adrenaline rush of having to play with a lot on injuries. Such a rush usually stays for 5-10 games. Then reality starts to catch up.

I dunno if they'll beat the Habs, but they sure can.

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I can totally see the Sens beat the Habs. They're on the adrenaline rush of having to play with a lot on injuries. Such a rush usually stays for 5-10 games. Then reality starts to catch up.

I dunno if they'll beat the Habs, but they sure can.
Well lets hope the Habs can help reality set in tonight then lol

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Well lets hope the Habs can help reality set in tonight then lol
I'm calling her right now.

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Anderson is going to get a shutout.

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Anderson is going to get a shutout.
good work aiming that word at Anderson, I like what you did there

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Anderson is going to get a shutout.
Ya, hard to let in a goal from the pressbox.

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What was the last game that some Habs fans couldn't see us losing? Oh yeah, the Islanders. I remember that loss....

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Anderson is going to get a shutout.
he's injured

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