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12-03-2004, 10:59 AM
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I think after the last game, Perry should be more concerned with Richards coming after him.....

Haha Perry doesn't need to worry about Richards, he leaves fighting up to Futers, Foreman, Prust or Witfield.

Or to stop him he'll let Methot and Whitfield give him a beating in front of the net.

Oh yeah, whats your prediction for the score in the game?

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12-03-2004, 11:10 AM
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Haha Perry doesn't need to worry about Richards.
Do I have to post the picture again?

I'm looking forward to Wednesday's game - it should be a good one! I'll say 4-3 but for Kitchener -- Kitchener is 8-1 in Teddy Bear Toss games. This one could easily go to OT.

It's going to feel like game 7 of a playoff series at the Aud!

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12-03-2004, 11:56 AM
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Do I have to post the picture again?

I'm looking forward to Wednesday's game - it should be a good one! I'll say 4-3 but for Kitchener -- Kitchener is 8-1 in Teddy Bear Toss games. This one could easily go to OT.

It's going to feel like game 7 of a playoff series at the Aud!

You can post the Richards/Perry pic but thats not 1/10 as embarassing as Valabik laying flat on his back after Prust knocking some sense into him.......

Then Valabik gets up and throws his helmet like a little kid.....THAT WAS CLASSIC ... I was 25ft from that fight

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12-03-2004, 02:15 PM
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You can post the Richards/Perry pic but thats not 1/10 as embarassing as Valabik laying flat on his back after Prust knocking some sense into him.......

Then Valabik gets up and throws his helmet like a little kid.....THAT WAS CLASSIC ... I was 25ft from that fight
Do you really want to get into that again? I notice you weren't too quick to respond to this thread.....

http://www.hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=108767

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12-03-2004, 04:52 PM
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I didn't even see that thread afterwards. But its not my fault Valabik is a cry baby...... Prust cleaned his clock even though the ref was interfereing .....oh well ...fights not over till its over Boris :lol

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12-03-2004, 06:16 PM
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Schremp is the OHL player of the month

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OHL Player of the Month - Rob Schremp, London Knights
Rob Schremp led all OHL scorers with 15 goals and 23 points in 11 games last month to help the Knights extend their OHL-record undefeated streak to 26 games. Schremp, a former first overall pick in the OHL, scored in eight of 11 games last month, including hat tricks against the Belleville Bulls on November 12 and Plymouth Whalers on November 26. He recorded at least one point in all but one game last month. Schremp, an 18-year-old native of Fulton, New York, was a first round pick of the Edmonton Oilers in the NHL Entry Draft last June

Great news!!! Let's keep it up Rob!

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12-03-2004, 11:17 PM
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was anyone worried tonight after being down 3-0?

not i, what a great comeback

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12-04-2004, 12:09 AM
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wow, this team REALLY has something special

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Gerald Coleman - OHL Goaltender of the Month

Gerald Coleman posted an 8-0-0 record, along with a 1.37 goals against average and .943 save percentage and two shutouts in eight games last month. He follows Ryan MacDonald as the second straight London Knights goaltender to earn the award. Coleman, who leads all OHL goalies with a 1.59 goals against average and .943 save percentage in 15 games this season, picked up shutouts against the Toronto St. Michael's Majors on November 7 and the Sudbury Wolves on November 28. The 19-year-old native of Romeoville, Illinois, is in his third season after being the Knights second round pick in 2001.

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12-04-2004, 03:50 AM
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was anyone worried tonight after being down 3-0?

not i, what a great comeback
I had friends tonight at the game, they were pretty angry in telling me the recap of the game. Of course they're all Windsor natives. Wish I coulda been there no matter the outcome. Tickets are too hard to come by for my lazy ass these days.


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12-04-2004, 12:22 PM
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Gerald Coleman - OHL Goaltender of the Month
Came in and saved MacDonald's behind last night.

Kitchener fans participating in the Teddy bear toss on Wednesday had better arrive early, just in case MacDonald gets the start.... Kitchener may pot a few through his five-hole during the anthem.

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12-04-2004, 11:21 PM
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Bolland is playing good?

He is the future of the knights along with schremp once perry is gone

That's not for a while though

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12-07-2004, 02:05 PM
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Maybe somebody already responded to this, but just in case, they are playing the game on TV. Friday the game is on Sportsnet. The last game that Perry, Bolland, and Syvret play before heading off. Good timing because it is going to be tough to lose Schremp for sure, and Perry and Syvret both have good shots at making the Canadian team. They lose Schremp for 5 games as a definiate.

Prust is going to have to pick up his game big time offensively if the Knights are going to keep their streak alive. His scoring is down from last year so he needs to pad his stats while he will get added minutes.

I would imagine that Coleman will get both starts on Wednesday and Friday as Ryan has struggled in his last few outings. The Hunters have started to play Coleman against tougher opponents and he has stepped up his game to show that he deserves the starts.

As a side note: Ryan Pottruff's leg is getting a lot better, but he is still a ways away from returining to the lineup.

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12-08-2004, 10:19 PM
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Longest Unbeaten Streak in CHL History

The Knights did it!!!!!!

The Knights won 5-3 to bring their record to 28-0-1.

Friday the record will be theirs alone

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the knights got some help from the refs tonight. (says a die hard ranger fan). not that they needed it. they are incredible. i just hope we're the other team from the o in the memorial cup with you guys. i've seen london play 3 times this year (the home and home to start the year and tonights game) and each time i've gone to see them i think i can't hate corey perry any more than i already do but each time he makes me hate him a bit more. i can't imagine how many points he'd get if he concentrated on playing instead of yapping.

sorry if i this came of too bitter it just broke my heart to see the hated knights beat the rangers again. congratulations. see you guys on sunday.

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12-08-2004, 11:25 PM
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Wow, incredible, congrats. Now lets beat those pesky Storm on Friday and take the record, wahoo!!

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12-09-2004, 07:52 AM
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Wow, I still can't believe the Knights made it this far. I am a huge fan but I thought either Erie or Kitchener was going to beat them. Glad they didn't though, i'll be at the game on Friday

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12-10-2004, 08:13 AM
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Tonight is the night..... guess the final score?

I'm saying 5-2 for London with an empty net goal

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12-10-2004, 09:38 PM
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The streak is now at 30 Games. They tied Guelph 0-0.

Congratulations to the London Knights

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12-10-2004, 10:00 PM
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Wow, I truly hate Guelph, and if they would have beat us tonight, I would have cried. None-the-less, thanks Guelph for such a great game, Adam Dennis was unbelievable, but so was Coleman, when it mattered most.

Now for some gloating: WAY TO GO KNIGHTS!!!!!!!!!! How close was Syvret with 3 seconds left to win it?? YIPES!

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12-10-2004, 10:23 PM
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Wooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ....................................

Wow what an entertaining game ....even though there was no goals ...... I was screaming and out of my chair the entire game. Even better I got interviewed by the local radio station 106.9 ..... i'm gonna be on the radio lol ....

Dennis was amazing ..............but did you see that Hasekesque save by Coleman. After being down and out and the cage wide open and him on him butt .....a juicy rebound came to a Guelph player and he caught the puck just before it went in the empty net ..........Highlight of the night on sportsnet for sure !!!!!

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Wholly Mackinaw !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Can someone tell me about the game today that either saw it live or on tv? I had to listen to it on the radio. Fortunately I was shopping until it was the 3rd period or I would've broke something as they were down 3--0 going into the 3rd period.

But wow ..........another comeback with goals (all in the 3rd and OT) from Potruff, Prust, Schrempy and Rodney !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Damn I wish I was there.

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wtf, this is ridiculous.

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12-12-2004, 05:00 PM
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I turned the game on when it was 3-2 with about 2:30 left to play.

I was floored to see them win it.

Unbelievable.

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I turned the game on when it was 3-2 with about 2:30 left to play.

I was floored to see them win it.
Charlie Girl must be wrong, you're a hell of a fan.

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