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10-26-2013, 08:47 PM
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Upset I had to miss this one.

Sounds like it was a good win. Kreider improving?
Kreiders grew up for this game. Played great

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Glad the team gave Talbot his shot, and glad to see him seizing the opportunity.

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Brassard and . . . Zucc? Or is Poop Togepi?

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Really? Other than the Richards pass, I thought he was fine. Had some nice chances and a really nice shot.
It's a combination of the Richards pass, shooting to the complete wrong side of the net with an open short side, and shooting wide a bunch.

Defensively I thought he played well today though.

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Certainly deserved that win.

My 3 stars are
1. Talbot
2. Pouliet
3. Krieder

I thought the top 2 lines played really well all night and generated some very good chances, if Howard wasn't in God mode we would have won by a couple.

Outside of his (stupid) penalty I liked Miller's game and it was great to see him a Kreider really involved. Thought the Staal/Stralman pairing was really good, J Moore had a solid game and McD picked up his play in the 2nd and 3rd period.

Bring that kind of intensity every game and we might be able to salvage something out of his season.

Congrats to Cam on his first NHL W, he was huge

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Yuck. Get EJ Hradek off the ****ing screen. That ******.

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Kreiders grew up for this game. Played great
Yup i thought last game he played very well but this game he was a monster. He really should have had at least a couple of points

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This was a GREAT effort to end the road trip on. Hopefully they make some meaning out of it, and keep up this play Monday night to kick off a long stand in the New York area

Loved Kreider's game tonight. If Talbot can keep up this play, that would be great for the organization.

Stepan continues to be average when he needs to be great.

Miller continues to be not ready for the NHL.

Pyatt probably couldn't score in the ECHL these days.

Jesper Fast's defensive play has absolutely blown me away. Still would love to see him get a shot with some more offensive guys.

I hope the order in which people are removed from this team is as follows: Pyatt for Hagelin. Miller for Nash *fingers crossed he comes back before Cally*, and variable for Cally, depending on the status of players at that time.

Build off tonight, gentlemen, and put the road trip behind us for good

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Rookies were great. The scapegoats were great. Everyone was great (except Pyatt)

Can't wait to get the rest of our top-6 back

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Stellar game by:

Talbot, Boyle, Kreider, Stralman, Dorsett

Very good game by:

Poop, Brassard, Richards, Zucc, the Moores

Good game

Everyone else (except for Pyatt, Miller)

Pyatt game by:

Pyatt, Miller

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Glad the team gave Talbot his shot, and glad to see him seizing the opportunity.
As much as I liked Biron's puckhandling, the ability to play the butterfly is a must in today;s NHL.

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Frankly, once all three of our wounded come back, I send down:

Miller, Fast, Pyatt.

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Miller and Kreider better stay up when we get healthy. If we had hagelina nd cally within the next week or so our lines will be much more dangerous with guys like pyatt not getting so much icetime

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As much as I liked Biron's puckhandling, the ability to play the butterfly is a must in today;s NHL.
Frankly, Talbot actually handled the puck well tonight.

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Brassard and . . . Zucc? Or is Poop Togepi?
It's Talbot. Congratulatory postgame makeout.

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That was an exiting game.
Congratulations to Talbot for his 1st NHL win and to Zucc for his first goal of the year. But no more bad turnovers please.

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Frankly, once all three of our wounded come back, I send down:

Miller, Fast, Pyatt.

Funny thing is that fast has done a good job especially on the PK BUT both miller and kreider are a bit better overall

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Also, glad Talbot pronounces his name all un-French-like.

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Frankly, once all three of our wounded come back, I send down:

Miller, Fast, Pyatt.
Agree with this iff Kreider continues to play as he has the past two games.

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Very happy to see this again.

Great game all around. Any W is a big W with all the current injuries. Talbot played his way into the league these last two games.

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Great seeing Talbot up, especially the way he was a key guy in the victory.
Kreider is a beast of player when he is like this.

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Does anybody feel talbot deserves to start the home opener? i do

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Frankly, once all three of our wounded come back, I send down:

Miller, Fast, Pyatt.
Think Fast will stick. AV really likes his defensive game

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Miller and Kreider better stay up when we get healthy. If we had hagelina nd cally within the next week or so our lines will be much more dangerous with guys like pyatt not getting so much icetime
Kreider-Stepan-Nash
Richards-Brassard-Callahan
Hagelin-Boyle-Zuccarello
Miller-Moore-Dorsett

Realistically send Miller down and put Pouliot in there somewhere. Fast has been awesome defensively but he could use some time in the A.

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