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04-04-2012, 01:12 PM
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Yeah, I gotta admit that when he got up from the scrum, after having his face held to the ice for about 15 seconds, he never lost his cool, skated away and threw his arms up....I liked it. Wonder if he would of thrown the stick into the arena, instead of the sword....

Good for him, he has enjected this team with quite a spark (along with Ennis), I find myself wondering who that guy skating the puck up the ice is, and it's Stafford with rushes. Who would of thought 63 & 82 could have such an impact on 21. Just nice.
I was so hoping that there was a professional shot of that and I was disappointed when I couldn't find one.

That was freaking sweet.

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Pretty sure we need an avatar version of this

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http://blogs.thescore.com/nhl/2012/0...=Google+Reader

Justin Bourne breaks down the play.


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I'm willing to take that bet.
Foligno did more last Night then Kassian has done his whole NHL career.

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Well deserved. Definitely a pleasant surprise. Love when these kinds of things happen!!!

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Good for him, he has enjected this team with quite a spark (along with Ennis), I find myself wondering who that guy skating the puck up the ice is, and it's Stafford with rushes. Who would of thought 63 & 82 could have such an impact on 21. Just nice.
Stafford isn't able to open space for himself or his linemates on his own. But he can certainly make use of the open ice Foligno creates by driving the net like Hale-Bopp headed for Jupiter.

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Give Marcus 17 and trade for Nick to wear 71.

The only problem is if we traded for nick I wouldn't want to slit up 21-63-82 for the brothers to be together

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Even the Globe and Mail was gushing about Foligno (http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sport...icle2391392/):
Foligno was a force the entire game, by flattening one Maple Leaf player after another from the opening whistle. Foligno's hit parade began 12 seconds in with a heavy shoulder-to-shoulder hit on defenseman Carl Gunnarsson behind the Toronto net. He hit him with such force that it knocked Gunnarsson's helmet off.

Gunnarsson went directly to the bench and played one more shift before leaving the game with what the Maple Leafs called an upper-body injury.

Foligno also bowled over Matthew Lombardi and leveled Bozak, which led to a one-sided fight in which Foligno beat up Frattin.

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