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04-16-2012, 12:12 AM
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Feel that confident winning a faceoff maybe?

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Man alive, Quick got a huge face of ice.

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What's with LA icing the puck over and over again?
Run the clock down.

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04-16-2012, 12:15 AM
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THAT'S IT!

Kings win 1-0!

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Wooot.....Kings lead 3-0. Can't wait to hear Team1040 tonight !

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This is the first time in their HISTORY that the Kings have had a 3-0 series lead....wow.

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Pretty wild they've never led a series 3-0.

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Lmao. Weren't most of the experts predicting a Vancouver-Pittsburgh final?

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Lmao. Weren't most of the experts predicting a Vancouver-Pittsburgh final?
I mean if you get rid of your biases that was the most likely occurrence the odds were something like 4:1 on bodog for the pens making the finals iirc

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From the LA board..


Talk about ironic.

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Its already been posted, but this thread needs more of this:


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Man... i would really love if both the Pens and the Canucks got swept, how awesome would that be, both of their boards are in meltdown mode

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Can anyone shed some light on how Grossmann is being used by Philly? Who is he matching up with and who is his usual D-partner? Judging by ice time it looks like Philly runs a top 4 D-corps with spare time for the third pair.

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Can anyone shed some light on how Grossmann is being used by Philly? Who is he matching up with and who is his usual D-partner?.
Solid Playoff series so far for Grossmann, his D-partner is Brayden Coburn.

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Can anyone shed some light on how Grossmann is being used by Philly? Who is he matching up with and who is his usual D-partner? Judging by ice time it looks like Philly runs a top 4 D-corps with spare time for the third pair.
Him Coburn and couturier are consistently matching up with Malkin/neal

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Never heard of this before

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#SNPlayoffs breaking news. #Penguins Neal will have 2 separate #NHL discipline hearings Tues 10am. Asham will follow with in person @ 11am

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I know, right? Two hearings? That can't be good.

And Asham's probably gone for the playoffs.

Since the Pens might only have one game left, these will carry over into next season!

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I didn't think Neal did anything wrong, aside from commit a 2 minute interference penalty.

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I didn't think Neal did anything wrong, aside from commit a 2 minute interference penalty.


Hope you're kidding.

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Nope, completely serious.

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He jumped into that hit on Couturier. If this was the regular season it would be a suspension. If Fistric was suspended because he barely left his feet to hit a player with the puck, then Neal should get a couple of games for jumping into a player who didn't even have the puck. However this is the playoffs, this is the NHL, and Asham and Adams will both be suspended so I doubt Neal gets anything more than a fine.

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Nope, completely serious.
Hope ^^^ was sarcastic too.

If not, then you're wrong. Otherwise the league wouldn't deem it necessary to have two separate hearings for routine interference penalties.

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He jumped into that hit on Couturier. If this was the regular season it would be a suspension. If Fistric was suspended because he barely left his feet to hit a player with the puck, then Neal should get a couple of games for jumping into a player who didn't even have the puck. However this is the playoffs, this is the NHL, and Asham and Adams will both be suspended so I doubt Neal gets anything more than a fine.
The hair-pulling rabbit-puncher hasn't even been called for a hearing, IIRC. Know something I don't?

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He jumped into that hit on Couturier. If this was the regular season it would be a suspension. If Fistric was suspended because he barely left his feet to hit a player with the puck, then Neal should get a couple of games for jumping into a player who didn't even have the puck. However this is the playoffs, this is the NHL, and Asham and Adams will both be suspended so I doubt Neal gets anything more than a fine.
I wouldn't call that jumping into a hit. I wouldn't even call it a hit. It was a collision. I believe it was mostly accidental. The jumping motion was Neal trying to get out of the way at the last second and being unable to.
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Hope ^^^ was sarcastic too.

If not, then you're wrong. Otherwise the league wouldn't deem it necessary to have two separate hearings for routine interference penalties.
No, it was not sarcastic. How am I wrong? Like the league never makes questionable decisions...

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I wouldn't call that jumping into a hit. I wouldn't even call it a hit. It was a collision. I believe it was mostly accidental. The jumping motion was Neal trying to get out of the way at the last second and being unable to.
Honestly don't get how you come to that conclusion.

The puck is well gone and IMO all replays show he's leaving his feet before he slams into the guy.

He had plenty of room to get out of the way and if he didn't see him, well then he shouldn't be playing hockey cause he'd be blind.

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