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11-15-2006, 02:01 PM
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Time for the tide to turn

After reading several articles about Forsberg (both in Sweden and in the US), I get a feeling that his game will be on tonight.

I had the same kind of feeling in the end of 2002, when the Avs fired the coach Bob Hartley, and it turned out to be a very good year for both the Avs and Peter Forsberg.

I say it is time for the tide to turn. I even bet on vBookie for a Philly victory (great odds by the way).

I think that we'll have a 6 point road trip out to the west.

Watch out, Forsbergs game is going to be on...

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After reading several articles about Forsberg (both in Sweden and in the US), I get a feeling that his game will be on tonight.

I had the same kind of feeling in the end of 2002, when the Avs fired the coach Bob Hartley, and it turned out to be a very good year for both the Avs and Peter Forsberg.

I say it is time for the tide to turn. I even bet on vBookie for a Philly victory (great odds by the way).

I think that we'll have a 6 point road trip out to the west.

Watch out, Forsbergs game is going to be on...
if there is anything that can right a ship its a dominant healthy forsberg.

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11-15-2006, 02:32 PM
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For some reason I also feel surprisingly confident about tonight.

Deuces Wild back together could be a much needed shot in the arm to this team's struggling offense.

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11-17-2006, 09:43 AM
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Forsberg was good in the Ducks game, but not that dominant in the Kings game. 4 Points out of 4, 2 more to go...

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Forsberg was good in the Ducks game, but not that dominant in the Kings game. 4 Points out of 4, 2 more to go...
BTW how much you make on the Ducks/Flyers game through Vbookie?

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11-21-2006, 07:53 AM
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BTW how much you make on the Ducks/Flyers game through Vbookie?
Bet 300 and got 1140 back

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I am disapointed in Forsberg this season. I expected more from him. I guess he is not the dominating player he was 3 years ago. (PS.....now it is time to panic)

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I am disapointed in Forsberg this season. I expected more from him. I guess he is not the dominating player he was 3 years ago. (PS.....now it is time to panic)
Its the foot. We saw against Anaheim that he can still be that player if he can get the feet moving properly.

Like I said in another thread I find it really hard to believe that in this day and age of modern equipment and technology, they cant custom make his skates or come up with some type of brace that will work for more then a game.

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