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02-17-2007, 09:43 PM
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Lemaire has ruled in this game. He still thinks the game right, before it even begins. Great vision by Lemaire, again.

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Have you seen the one with Titans CB Reynaldo Hill? It looks like something you would see on a public access channel.

LET'S GO CAMPING!
I saw that for the first time last night. What was that company using to record it, a 1980's recorder?

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02-17-2007, 09:56 PM
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This Baptist Sports Medicine commercial with Vokoun cracks me up. The expressions on his face at various points during that commercial are priceless. He is not a natural.


I know, I love that commercial.

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02-17-2007, 09:57 PM
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Foppa just had his best shift of the game, IMO, he made an NHL95 style one timer pass to Erat after earlier Zidlicky made a sick move to undress the minnesota d-man and get the puck to forsberg, who then setup zidlicky for a great shot\scoring chance.
Forsberg has had a lazy skate on the ice with his new team.
He's the new kid (well, erh) on the block and neither he nor his line mates has had anytime to figure out when, how and what to do.

Maybe it would have been better to put him as center in the 3:rd line but I think there was some business thinking involved.

He's not just added to play hockey, he's also added to keep fans and media giddy with excitement.

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Ha ha, I loved Pete and Terry's little rap.

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02-17-2007, 10:04 PM
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phew, close call.

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02-17-2007, 10:06 PM
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great save by vokoun on koivu there, even if he didn't hold on to it.

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02-17-2007, 10:08 PM
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Did anyone see that graphic they put up... Biggest trades in NHL history... Forsberg trade on the list. You've got to be kidding me....

Watched the Sharks game on the Nashville feed the other day. LA and Nashville have probably the two worst broadcasting teams in the NHL. Not just Homerific (which is to be somewhat expected), but just plain stupid.

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02-17-2007, 10:12 PM
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that's likely game, folks.

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02-17-2007, 10:13 PM
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Forsberg has had a lazy skate on the ice with his new team.
He's the new kid (well, erh) on the block and neither he nor his line mates has had anytime to figure out when, how and what to do.

Maybe it would have been better to put him as center in the 3:rd line but I think there was some business thinking involved.

He's not just added to play hockey, he's also added to keep fans and media giddy with excitement.
Also, Minnesota and their system is a terrible team to have to face when you're trying to find cohesion as an offense.

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Did anyone see that graphic they put up... Biggest trades in NHL history... Forsberg trade on the list. You've got to be kidding me....

Watched the Sharks game on the Nashville feed the other day. LA and Nashville have probably the two worst broadcasting teams in the NHL. Not just Homerific (which is to be somewhat expected), but just plain stupid.
if only we could have "quality" commentators like mcsorley

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02-17-2007, 10:14 PM
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Forsberg is trying too difficult passes. He needs to shoot more and stop taking the puck always behind the goal.

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Good god, get a guy who will set up in front of the net on that line.

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Did anyone see that graphic they put up... Biggest trades in NHL history... Forsberg trade on the list. You've got to be kidding me....
Come on now. That trade laid the foundation for a decade of dominance for the Colorado Avalanche - including a few Stanley Cup runs and Philly got a cornerstone center to build around as well which they turned into a run in 1997 and a new arena.

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Did anyone see that graphic they put up... Biggest trades in NHL history... Forsberg trade on the list. You've got to be kidding me....

Watched the Sharks game on the Nashville feed the other day. LA and Nashville have probably the two worst broadcasting teams in the NHL. Not just Homerific (which is to be somewhat expected), but just plain stupid.


If they don't meet your standards, don't watch.

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Come on now. That trade laid the foundation for a decade of dominance for the Colorado Avalanche - including a few Stanley Cup runs and Philly got a cornerstone center to build around as well which they turned into a run in 1997 and a new arena.
NO NOT THE LINDROS TRADE.... THE TRADE TO NASHVILLE!

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02-17-2007, 10:17 PM
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kariya has the game tying goal go over his stick

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Wild has played an intelligent game. Right team leads. Nashville hasnīt shown that much character.

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NO NOT THE LINDROS TRADE.... THE TRADE TO NASHVILLE!
this smilie at the end of my comment would indicate I was aware of that and deliberately responded the way I did to be - sarcastic

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Did anyone see that graphic they put up... Biggest trades in NHL history... Forsberg trade on the list. You've got to be kidding me....
Well, if the gamble plays out it sure will be remembered in Nashville.

Read a funny note in one of the swedish tabs.
When Forsberg went to pick his stuff up from the locker there was a Flyer's helmet at his place. Thinking that it was someone who wanted a farewell piece he picked it up and signed it.

But it was Scottie Upshall's new Flyers helmet. He had been told to grab some free slot and dump his stuff there, and it happened to be Forsberg's soon to be evacuated slot.

Upshall later told reporters that he'd sure keep that helmet as a trophy

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Again, not watching this game. Is our offense playing the same way as the past few weeks?

Dump it to their defense and lose the puck?

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if only we could have "quality" commentators like mcsorley
McSorley's slightly below average. Hahn (play by play) is way above average. Trust me I miss Drew Remenda who jumped to HNIC.

I'm still going to watch the games (maybe with the sound off), but just saying the quality of the broadcasting tandem and the quality of the Predators appear to be in an inverse relationship to each other.

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02-17-2007, 10:21 PM
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wow, vokoun didn't even try...

nite, folks.

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Again, not watching this game. Is our offense playing the same way as the past few weeks?

Dump it to their defense and lose the puck?
yep.

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