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04-26-2013, 09:32 PM
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Plymouth has creeped up to within one after being down 4-3.

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04-26-2013, 09:35 PM
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This London-Plymouth game is non-stop action. Plymouth went down 4-0 in a must win and have battled back to make it 4-3. Would love to see some overtime here.

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Whalers tie it!!!

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What a comeback. Headed to OT.

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04-26-2013, 09:49 PM
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Overtime in London, what a game.

In the Q, the tied series is also locked up in the 3rd right now, 1-1.. The third and fourth stringers are dressed for this one, but it's been a defensive showdown lol.

And the unthinkable happens... Storm Phaneuf, the Armada's 3rd string is injured... In comes Marc-Antoine Turcotte the backup to the backups backup lol.

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This London-Plymouth game is the best hockey game I've seen this year at any level.

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Domi wins it! Wow.

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Impressive game. Domi factored in on all five.

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Boy, Trocheck was a no show during that series.
I heard Vellucci was pissed because he could no longer give him the terrible matchups.

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That was quick. Expected but quick. Parity in the CHL is absolutely gone though. Would have loved to see this series go to 7 games but that just doesn't happen anymore. Will be an interesting Memorial Cup between London-Halifax-Portland-Saskatoon.

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04-26-2013, 10:22 PM
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I'm not going to count Barrie/Belleville out. It only takes a couple of bounces or breaks to change a series, and they're both good hockey teams.

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BC goes up 3-2 on Blainville with an OT win.

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Edmonton with a good effort winning 5-1, take control of series 3-2.

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Another great effort by Edmonton yesterday against the Hitmen. For anyone who doesn't know, Reinhart has been sidelined for the rest of the playoffs (6 weeks estimated) becasue of a foot injury he sustained in game 3. A Calgary skate blade sliced through Reinhart's skate boot and cut a tendon.

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04-27-2013, 01:42 PM
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That was quick. Expected but quick. Parity in the CHL is absolutely gone though. Would have loved to see this series go to 7 games but that just doesn't happen anymore. Will be an interesting Memorial Cup between London-Halifax-Portland-Saskatoon.
Belleville against London this season: 1-1, 6 GF, 5 GA

Barrie is also obviously a great team playing at its best right now.

I wouldn't get too cocky or London may be going home earlier than you expect.

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Belleville against London this season: 1-1, 6 GF, 5 GA

Barrie is also obviously a great team playing at its best right now.

I wouldn't get too cocky or London may be going home earlier than you expect.
I doubt Portland can beat Calgary let alone Edm

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Belleville against London this season: 1-1, 6 GF, 5 GA

Barrie is also obviously a great team playing at its best right now.

I wouldn't get too cocky or London may be going home earlier than you expect.
For the record I'm not a London fan. If Belleville or Barrie knock them out I'll be dancing in the street. I was hoping Plymouth might stand a chance but they couldn't pull it off.

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I doubt Portland can beat Calgary let alone Edm
Really? I hope you are correct as a Kings fan, but I am curious as to why you think so? As far as I can see the Hawks are the favourite no matter who comes out of the East at this point.

I hope Belleville can take Barrie the distance. A seven gamer in that one would be exciting for sure.

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Camara has been suspended indefinitely and Hall was taken off on a stretcher yesterday and apparently couldn't put weight on his one leg. Decent chance both are out for the rest of the series.

If there is a time for Belleville to take advantage it is right here. If they win tonight it is a significant edge on the Bulls side going back to the Yardmen with momentum.

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04-27-2013, 04:37 PM
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I doubt Portland can beat Calgary let alone Edm
Edmonton hasn't been at their best this playoffs, now have lost Reinhart and Cheek left yesterdays game. Not sure if he is coming back. Portland should be favored.

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Really? I hope you are correct as a Kings fan, but I am curious as to why you think so? As far as I can see the Hawks are the favourite no matter who comes out of the East at this point.

I hope Belleville can take Barrie the distance. A seven gamer in that one would be exciting for sure.
Rattie is no Baertshi. Ewanyk will shut him down.
Portland won't have puck possession for majority of the game like they normally do.

The oil kings are better coached.

But really it will be Brossoit that once again wins this series.

Portland would've finished 3rd if they were in the east.

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04-27-2013, 06:48 PM
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Edmonton hasn't been at their best this playoffs, now have lost Reinhart and Cheek left yesterdays game. Not sure if he is coming back. Portland should be favored.
According to the local Edmonton paper today, Cheek is good to go for tomorrow. He's a huge part of the Oil King's lineup, so the fact that he's OK is a big relief.

And I agree, Portland has to be the favourite.

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Rattie is no Baertshi. Ewanyk will shut him down.
Portland won't have puck possession for majority of the game like they normally do.

The oil kings are better coached.

But really it will be Brossoit that once again wins this series.

Portland would've finished 3rd if they were in the east.

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04-27-2013, 09:58 PM
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The Bulls force a Monday night game 7 showdown with Barrie. Huge game from Brendan Gaunce, opened the scoring and then scored the winner with 5 minutes left to keep their season alive. Can't wait until he's wearing the blue and green

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