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10-07-2006, 12:24 PM
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I cant believe we dont have either of them anymore.
I know. I thought one of them at least would have been around for a long time.

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Imagine if you had been able to hold on to Bell as well.

Bell-Ruutu-Havlat
Handzus-Smolinski-Vrbata


What a top 6 that would be.

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No, we wouldnt want Bell hes a drunk and he was starting to cause some anger with the fans by protesting by not showing up to play.


Also if we kept anyone it would be Calder, Calder owns Bell

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10-09-2006, 08:34 AM
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Are those commercials online somwhere? If so, can someone post the link please.

Havlat's a work of art. I'll be following the hawks a bit because of him.

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Are those commercials online somwhere? If so, can someone post the link please.
I'd give you a link but it's better that you not see them.

They commercial says nothin and the player just stands there.

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10-09-2006, 09:41 AM
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ya those commercials are stupid. I really like the chicagoblackhawks website though. They have some good stuff.

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10-09-2006, 11:48 AM
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I really like the chicagoblackhawks website though. They have some good stuff.
The web producer - Adam Kempenaar - does a fantastic job over there.

It's a great site.

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10-09-2006, 01:40 PM
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Are those commercials online somwhere? If so, can someone post the link please.

Havlat's a work of art. I'll be following the hawks a bit because of him.
I think you can find them on the official website.

Really cheesy though...probably better with the volume turned off.

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I think you can find them on the official website.

Really cheesy though...probably better with the volume turned off.
If you guys lived in the Washington area you'd know the true definition of cheese when it comes to hockey commercials. Basically shows ovechkin and repeats his name alternated with Alexander the great...those are pretty much the only words in the commercials.

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10-10-2006, 04:20 PM
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Got a chance to see the boys in the home opener on Saturday (Boo Columbus - some brain freezes by a few defencemen cost us!) Anyway, Havlat is sure able to crearte a lot of space ou there with his speed. Too bad Handzus is slow as molasses. It will be interesting to see what happens when Ruutu comes back.

i also wouldn't mind seeing Hamilton lining up with HAvlat every now and then. there are two guys that have the potential to blow bythe d-men, given the opportunity.

havlat had one nice goal at the end that he knocked out of the air. his first assist was the second assist and really had nothing to do with the play. But he looks good out there. Not sure how long it will take him to get frustrated as there aren't many Hawks out there that can keep up with him, and have the talent to play with him. Still, he's fun to watch.

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10-10-2006, 05:19 PM
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Got a chance to see the boys in the home opener on Saturday (Boo Columbus - some brain freezes by a few defencemen cost us!) Anyway, Havlat is sure able to crearte a lot of space ou there with his speed. Too bad Handzus is slow as molasses. It will be interesting to see what happens when Ruutu comes back.

i also wouldn't mind seeing Hamilton lining up with HAvlat every now and then. there are two guys that have the potential to blow bythe d-men, given the opportunity.

havlat had one nice goal at the end that he knocked out of the air. his first assist was the second assist and really had nothing to do with the play. But he looks good out there. Not sure how long it will take him to get frustrated as there aren't many Hawks out there that can keep up with him, and have the talent to play with him. Still, he's fun to watch.
When it comes to skill there are few who can keep up. I'm not the only Sens fan who will say he's the most skilled player the Ottawa franchise has ever had.

Wait until you see him pull one of those shots where he completey changes the trajectory of his swing during a slap shot. It's as if half way through he changes where he wants to shoot it and it makes the opposing goalie look so bad. To do it with speed, power and accuracy is quite hard.

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10-10-2006, 08:23 PM
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Havlat is one the best snipers in the league and will score 40 goals 90 ponts this season.... he's a bonafide GAMEBREAKER... have fun watching, I did while he was in Ottawa.

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10-18-2006, 08:59 AM
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Ive actually watched more Chicago games thean any other (outside of Ottawa) just so i can watch Havlat.

He's pure magic.

*sigh* now im depressed again.

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10-18-2006, 10:15 AM
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Ive actually watched more Chicago games thean any other (outside of Ottawa) just so i can watch Havlat.

He's pure magic.

*sigh* now im depressed again.
The only thing I can pick on him about is his slapshot tends to be wild and high.

I know he has a kind of half-slap shot which is deadly accurate and looks like he's changing his mind where he wants to shoot it halfway through his downward swipe at the puck. But his one timer and full blown slapshot seems wild. I don't know if he's trying to pick the corners everytime, but I wish he'd just drill it on net. His shot is hard enough as it is to straight out beat the goalie.

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10-18-2006, 12:43 PM
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Its funny you say that because while watching the last game i saw him wind up for a few slappers and i thought to myself, I dont know if i EVER saw him take a full slapshot while he played in Ottawa.

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10-18-2006, 08:02 PM
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Havlat is one the best snipers in the league and will score 40 goals 90 ponts this season.... he's a bonafide GAMEBREAKER... have fun watching, I did while he was in Ottawa.
I have a feeling if he can stay at %100 health he will do much better than jsut that

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10-18-2006, 08:52 PM
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Another depressed Sens fan here...

Although I want him back, I'm also happy that he's doing so well. Enjoy it, Chicago fans!

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