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02-19-2007, 02:06 AM
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If we can deal maybe Pock and Imo for mid-level D men for some support, we need to do it.


The Isles made a good deal for a D man to help their cause.
The question is, who can we get for Pock, Rachunek, and Immonen?

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02-19-2007, 09:27 AM
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The question is, who can we get for Pock, Rachunek, and Immonen?
Crap!

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Talk about Jeckyl and Hyde..... Rosival has had two horrible games in a row. One minute he looks smooth and can hit the net with good shot and make solid break out passes. The next moment he looks like he belongs in some beer league. I cant figure this guy out. Malik is similar but with Zero offensive abilities....
I haven't seen all games this season, like 60-70%, but I were almost shocked seeing him against Philly. I mean he were great the two games before that, and have been pretty hot for a long while. He doesn't look injured though, just heavy, something allot of players did against Philly. Maybe Roszival have had some kind of infection and just lost his breath.

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02-19-2007, 11:00 AM
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Actually Rozy did make a couple plays yesterday that made me personally think he may not be completely healthy. THere was one instance in particular. I thought he was good outside of two just completely brutal and almost goal costing screwups. That cant happen anymoe though and for much of the year it hasnt.

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02-19-2007, 03:01 PM
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I disagree with the whole playing Orr thing. Prucha would've sat if Orr had played, and Prucha scored one of the goals last night, which is more important. We had Avery, Hollweg, Shanny, and Ward all of whom could've (and some did) drop the gloves. Orr is just Orr, no one's anymore afraid of him than Avery, or Hollweg I don't think.
Believe it or not people fear Orr more than they fear Hollweg or Avery...

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NYORts..

Rozsival actually looks a bit tired. He's playing more minutes than he ever has in his career, and despite being injured to start the season and missing the preseason. His legs just haven't seemed to be there the last two games.

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I'm happy for Hossa AND the RANGER organization , they may have actually made one hell of a deal in trading for Hossa......I'm ready to say this is more than a hot streak for him, and while I don't expect him to score at this pace regularly, I think he's over the hump in terms of confidence finally!
I don't think he'll be able to last on this 1st line too long though.

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02-19-2007, 03:09 PM
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Jagr's got to stop getting cute with the puck out near the blueline. That's freaking BS, and it's going to cost us.
He was just fooling around with the little Hawks yesterday

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02-19-2007, 03:12 PM
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dude i totally agree, that was one of the most boring periods of hockey ive seen all year. i just was bored outta my mind.
I've seen that way too much this year. Saw it at the game vs NJ blown out on sunday night. Saw it vs Detroit. Saw it in the 3-2 Straka hat trick vs Philly. I don't get why our games get so boring some times

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If your team captain and best player isn't going to pay attention to the little things that win games, why should anyone else follow?

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02-19-2007, 03:19 PM
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Nice to see Pete, Cartman, and Larry. Dam did my Devil friend get bossed around...good to see. Sorry about the accident cartman. Anyway...

boring and quiet game for the most part
good to see Larry finally dance
one of the quitest reactions I've ever seen to a fight...
not sure if anyone saw but a Hawk ran Henrik and Lundqvist responded with a punch...all behind the play

Personally...I think they should call up Isbister and Lampman...and scratch both

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02-19-2007, 08:45 PM
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Nice to see Pete, Cartman, and Larry. Dam did my Devil friend get bossed around...good to see. Sorry about the accident cartman. Anyway...
boring and quiet game for the most part
good to see Larry finally dance
one of the quitest reactions I've ever seen to a fight...
not sure if anyone saw but a Hawk ran Henrik and Lundqvist responded with a punch...all behind the play

Personally...I think they should call up Isbister and Lampman...and scratch both
HAHA, i blame it on your devil fan friend. To bad toughy mctoughsteen didnt come down when I challenged him. Your debbie fan friend just plain got abused. Fun times.

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02-19-2007, 09:31 PM
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HAHA, i blame it on your devil fan friend. To bad toughy mctoughsteen didnt come down when I challenged him. Your debbie fan friend just plain got abused. Fun times.
HAHA yea...you remember the '**** you'?

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02-24-2007, 08:45 AM
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Yes, can we first win the next 2 games against the Devils before we start predicting we will finish 7th.
Told ya!

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