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11-13-2004, 01:42 PM
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GDT Admirals Vs. Aeros

hmmm, Scottie Upshall is a scratch is he hurt, or is the coach sending him a message?

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2-1 Aeros ... Shishkanov with the lone Admiral goal on the PP

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Cavosie scores on the PP, 3-1 Aeros

Yablonski destroys Boorgard

Severson going to the box.

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This is a good thing for the Ads. They've won a lot but they haven't exactly been playing their best to date. Maybe this will light a fire under their butts.

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Milwaukee just isn't doin so hot

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This is a good thing for the Ads. They've won a lot but they haven't exactly been playing their best to date. Maybe this will light a fire under their butts.
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the team a collective -25 for the game,with every single player with a minus except pivko and yablonski,ouch...and hamhuis and hutchinson each -3..glad i didn't listen to this one,looks like a real spanking on the scoresheet...maybe it'll wake the team up,because i agree with you guys 8-1-1-1 or not,they haven't been playing great hockey these last few games in texas...maybe they just need to get back home for a few days

any word on upshall being scratched(injured)?..i see klein dressed tonight,at least his injury wasn't serious(trying to find something good about this one)

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Just a quick way to go for Yabo.

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Yablonski destroys Boorgard

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I was at the game and the ABSOLUTE BEST THING about that fight ....... Yabo dusting his hands off skating away from Boorgard. I also loved the way Jeremy set the whole thing up. It was be-u-t-ful!!!!!!

I was lucky enough to be in Calgary last year and saw Tootoo do the very same thing after popping Ignlia. Hmmmmmm I wonder if Toots showed that move to Yabo.

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Yablonski destroys Boorgard

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I was at the game and the ABSOLUTE BEST THING about that fight ....... Yabo dusting his hands off skating away from Boorgard. I also loved the way Jeremy set the whole thing up. It was be-u-t-ful!!!!!!

I was lucky enough to be in Calgary last year and saw Tootoo do the very same thing after popping Ignlia. Hmmmmmm I wonder if Toots showed that move to Yabo.

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I'm sure you already know this, but yablonski was a boxer before a hockey player. He is not a man I'd want to tangle with on or off the ice.

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I know he was a boxer before. I would be smart enough not to tangle with him but apparently the "big boy" thought he could do it.

Instead he had his hinny handed to him on a platter.


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I know he was a boxer before. I would be smart enough not to tangle with him but apparently the "big boy" thought he could do it.

Instead he had his hinny handed to him on a platter.

some people like to learn the hard way. Look at tyler wright :lol

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if you'll remember Tootoo said he regretted dusting his hands after the Iginla fight. I'm betting McKenzie had a talk with him about it. it kind of goes against "the code" It doesn't bother me that much, but I wander if Yablonski regrets it

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Tootoo vs. Iginla had nothing to do with the code though. “The Code” is for enforcers when they go at it. Neither are enforcers they were both just pissed and Jordan show him the door.

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eh, iginla's a littler whiner anyways.

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Tootoo vs. Iginla had nothing to do with the code though. “The Code” is for enforcers when they go at it. Neither are enforcers they were both just pissed and Jordan show him the door.
notice he said he regretted doing it, he knows their is a "code" among players that fight.

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notice he said he regretted doing it, he knows their is a "code" among players that fight.

Or maybe he just felt bad... like when you take candy from a baby and they start to cry... you feel sort of terrible for breaking the little tyke's heart.

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Or maybe he just felt bad... like when you take candy from a baby and they start to cry... you feel sort of terrible for breaking the little tyke's heart.

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Who would give candy to a baby?

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Or maybe he just felt bad... like when you take candy from a baby and they start to cry... you feel sort of terrible for breaking the little tyke's heart.

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Especially when "he" cryed to the papers the next day stating that Toots didn't give him a chance to get set up to fight. This, of course, was after Ignilia came charging over to Toots like he was going to run him. Toots was just protecting himself.

I, personally, don't think he needed to apologize for that.

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Iginla, mighty god of the Calgarites

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Grandparents.

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Who would give candy to a baby?

A very intelligent dog?

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Especially when "he" cryed to the papers the next day stating that Toots didn't give him a chance to get set up to fight. This, of course, was after Ignilia came charging over to Toots like he was going to run him. Toots was just protecting himself.

I, personally, don't think he needed to apologize for that.

it just goes against the code, and I think thats why he felt bad, I'm not saying the "code" is always followed, but I think McKenzie had a lot to do with why Tootoo said he regretted doing the dusting gesture. As McKenzie is probably one of the closest followers of the code

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it just goes against the code, and I think thats why he felt bad, I'm not saying the "code" is always followed, but I think McKenzie had a lot to do with why Tootoo said he regretted doing the dusting gesture. As McKenzie is probably one of the closest followers of the code
Can you define the different facets of "the code"?

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physical players often live up to what they consider the code on the ice.

this would include respecting ones opponent, if somebody fights you should respect them enough not to show them up after a fight. This would also include if you cheapshot someone and you are challenged you should back up your actions. you don't jump people for no apparent reason. you don't turtle when you accept a challenge. things of this nature.

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