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03-27-2013, 12:56 PM
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turning into a rough one tonight, suspensions for halifax coming.
MacAulay for one game.

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03-27-2013, 01:33 PM
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The problem is this has been going on the last 3-4 years though. Molleken has got to be on the hot seat if they get swept in the 1st round and barring a great result in the Memorial Cup.
Molleken can't go out there and do those kids jobs though.

Their big players have been invisible so far.

He may well be on the hotseat, but it's a shambolic display by those skaters. A coach can only 'rah-rah' their players so much. If they can't show up for a road game, already trailing a series 2-0 and show no energy and emotion, I don't know how much falls on the coach.

11 straight playoff losses isn't a record any coach would like to have.

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03-27-2013, 01:41 PM
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All I can say about Saskatoon is that there is a lot of blame to be shared many different individuals.

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All I can say about Saskatoon is that there is a lot of blame to be shared many different individuals.
Only saw game 2 but I thought Lanigan was the reason Med. Hat won. Starting to look like the Blades will have a long time to prepare for the Mem cup.

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03-27-2013, 02:19 PM
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Barrie is looking for the first sweep of the playoffs tonight against Kingston. I'm surprised Missasauga is giving Belleville so much trouble.
Plymouth also has a chance for the sweep tonight against Sarnia.

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Only saw game 2 but I thought Lanigan was the reason Med. Hat won. Starting to look like the Blades will have a long time to prepare for the Mem cup.
Goaltending of Langian has definitely been a factor. Also the fact that Saskatoon hit 8 posts/crossbars in games 1 and 2 alone.

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03-27-2013, 02:49 PM
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Pedan is known for taking stupid penalties, were his legit or bad calls?


Im high on Pedan, I just wish he was a bit more conscientious when he played....
I have been to all 3 games for far and some of the calls have been legit, some have been pretty bad calls.

Regardless, he's been Guelph's best player in this series, regardless of his penalties right now, I am glad he is a member of the Storm.

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03-27-2013, 03:22 PM
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Molleken can't go out there and do those kids jobs though.

Their big players have been invisible so far.

He may well be on the hotseat, but it's a shambolic display by those skaters. A coach can only 'rah-rah' their players so much. If they can't show up for a road game, already trailing a series 2-0 and show no energy and emotion, I don't know how much falls on the coach.

11 straight playoff losses isn't a record any coach would like to have.
Could you imagine if they lost all Mem.Cup games and not having a 1st rounder until 2016. WOW.

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03-27-2013, 03:37 PM
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Can't see anyone taking Plymouth in 7 game series in the O.

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03-27-2013, 04:00 PM
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Pedan is known for taking stupid penalties, were his legit or bad calls?


Im high on Pedan, I just wish he was a bit more conscientious when he played....
For the most part yeah they were legit, which is bad considering there's been plenty of calls in this series that weren't penalties. He could have been suspended like McGinn was for a malicious hit to the head in the first game but he got away with it. If he did that in the third period he probably would have got a match penalty like McGinn did.

McGinn was the only one who got suspended but it's been Bertuzzi and Pedan with the worst.

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Molleken can't go out there and do those kids jobs though.

Their big players have been invisible so far.

He may well be on the hotseat, but it's a shambolic display by those skaters. A coach can only 'rah-rah' their players so much. If they can't show up for a road game, already trailing a series 2-0 and show no energy and emotion, I don't know how much falls on the coach.

11 straight playoff losses isn't a record any coach would like to have.
I agree that the players need to do something, but Molleken is responsible for the preparation and to start the game on time. Also this hasn't been going on for just one or two playoffs, but between 3-5 years. Remember when they traded for Schenn, ultimately lose in the second round. Molleken has got to be on the hot seat and the only way I see the Blades keeping him if they have an average Memorial Cup (if they have a poor run he's definitely gone), is only in the GM position.

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03-27-2013, 04:41 PM
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For the most part yeah they were legit, which is bad considering there's been plenty of calls in this series that weren't penalties. He could have been suspended like McGinn was for a malicious hit to the head in the first game but he got away with it. If he did that in the third period he probably would have got a match penalty like McGinn did.

McGinn was the only one who got suspended but it's been Bertuzzi and Pedan with the worst.
Bertuzzi has had a couple, but nothing suspension worthy.

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03-27-2013, 06:13 PM
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I have been to all 3 games for far and some of the calls have been legit, some have been pretty bad calls.

Regardless, he's been Guelph's best player in this series, regardless of his penalties right now, I am glad he is a member of the Storm.
better than Finn? thats pretty good thanks

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03-27-2013, 06:15 PM
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better than Finn? thats pretty good thanks
I don't think Finn is playing in the playoffs. If i remember correctly, he got a leg or knee injury which ended his season

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03-27-2013, 06:54 PM
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So many upsets brewing in the whl. It makes for an exciting few months

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I don't think Finn is playing in the playoffs. If i remember correctly, he got a leg or knee injury which ended his season
makes sense...

I love Finn. Pokka looks solid and these guys are still young but I was so mad when the Isles didnt take him.....

I love the way he plays

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Barrie and Plymouth both complete their respective sweeps.

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PA has come out strong early, up 2-1 on Red Deer right now.

Edmonton getting outplayed but convert on their chance and are up 1-0.

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Brendan Whitney getting close to stealing a series against Moncton. Two shutouts in the series so far. Outshot 171-108 over the four games. The one loss he faced 58 shots and allowed three goals.

Dmitri Jaskin after a great season only has one assist in the series.

Gatineau up 3-0 late in the third against the Oceanic to go up 3-1.

Those would be two pretty solid upsets.

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Halifax has swept Saint John winning 6-1 again tonight.

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SNPatrickKing In 2001, Regina was bounced in the first round of the playoffs and later hosted the Memorial Cup. Their coach? Lorne Molleken.
http://twitter.com/SNPatrickKing/sta...04985978589184

Sounds like this guy is a bigger loser than Dave Cameron, who completed the trifecta of fail in 2011 (lose WJC Gold, lose in OHL Finals, lose Mem Cup on home ice).

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03-27-2013, 10:26 PM
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#1 Halifax 4 vs. #16 Saint John 0
#2 Baie-Comeau 4 vs. #15 Sherbrooke
A couple quick, painless series for the top seeds.

#3 Blainville 3 vs. #14 Bathurst 1
#4 Rimouski 1 vs. #13 Gatineau 3
Shocker if Gatineau pull it off. They've had injury and scoring issues all year.

#5 Quebec 3 vs. #12 Chicoutimi 1
#6 Moncton 1 vs. #11 Victoriaville 3
Moncton were inconsistent all year, and Whitney is white hot. If there was an upset to predict, it was this one, and it might happen ... Danault got traded from Victo to Moncton too ...

#7 PEI vs. #10 Val-d'Or ... Tied
#8 Rouyn 3 vs. #9 Drummondville

All series done 4 games.

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Rebels complete the sweep of PA tonight with a comeback 3-2 victory. Edmonton takes a commanding 3-1 series lead with a 4-0 victory over Kootenay, and Medicine Hat looks on their way to completing their sweep of Saskatoon up 3-1 with less than 10 minutes left

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Molleken identified the wrong leaders for that team.

Walker was putrid that whole series.

Wouldn't be surprised if Ferland has a really bad injury. Invisible.

Could be an all Alberta final 4 in the east. Edmonton should win and so should Calgary.

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Dmitri Jaskin after a great season only has one assist in the series.
He's been more of a liability so far. 1 assist and 16 PIMs... Can't handle the "Delisle-shadow" being cast on him ... As the story has gone all year, without production from Jaskin, the team can't seem to win or gain momentum ...

And Brandon Whitney is simply sensational. Loved the pick for the Hawks last summer, now, they must be laughing lol.

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