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01-23-2013, 11:24 AM
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Watching the NHL network and I swear that hockey players give the worst interviews.
Toews?

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01-23-2013, 11:25 AM
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Him and what's his mug on Dallas. At least football players can be entertaining.

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01-23-2013, 11:26 AM
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Watching the NHL network and I swear that hockey players give the worst interviews.
all the kids do is play hockey their whole lives. I'd be surprised if they knew anyhting else. Reading prospect bios is an abysmal thing. out of the 30 top drafts in 2012 about 3/4 of them listed their favorite book (if they had one) as a sports biogrpahy, their favorite tv shows as 2 and 1/2 men or family guys and their favorite activities outside of hockey being Call of Duty or NHL 12.

The first nhl player to say he can recite Yates will be my new hero.


I'm not faulting them by the way...they can't all be Dickey

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01-23-2013, 11:27 AM
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Him and what's his mug on Dallas. At least football players can be entertaining.
Yeah I saw that earlier. Needs more John "Golden Pipes" Mitchell.

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01-23-2013, 11:29 AM
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Him and what's his mug on Dallas. At least football players can be entertaining.
I bet football coaches wish they were more like hockey players though.

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01-23-2013, 11:33 AM
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01-23-2013, 11:55 AM
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01-23-2013, 12:07 PM
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I hope our guys play the puck deep, keep their legs moving and finish their checks today

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I hope our guys play the puck deep, keep their legs moving and finish their checks today
And always remember it's about the team, of course.

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01-23-2013, 12:12 PM
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Oh 40 years huh? So that must mean after 2 games you can easily tell this team just doesn't have what it takes.



2 games fellas, don't even bother watching tonight.
No...it was quite evident most of last season that we had major holes on our team that Hank keeps covering up game after game . It is not a 2 game assessment by any means . I like to see a TEAM concept and not relying so much on the King . Nash will help greatly .

I expect Sather to be more active at the deadline or before then more so then he was last year or we might not even make the Conference final this season .

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01-23-2013, 12:18 PM
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No...it was quite evident most of last season that we had major holes on our team that Hank keeps covering up game after game . It is not a 2 game assessment by any means . I like to see a TEAM concept and not relying so much on the King . Nash will help greatly .

I expect Sather to be more active at the deadline or before then more so then he was last year or we might not even make the Conference final this season .
We could have a better season, look even better on the ice and still not make the conference finals. Thats hockey. Its unpredictable... thats why last year was so upsetting, everything lined up for us to at least get to the final. Things have to break the right way.

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01-23-2013, 12:22 PM
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all the kids do is play hockey their whole lives. I'd be surprised if they knew anyhting else. Reading prospect bios is an abysmal thing. out of the 30 top drafts in 2012 about 3/4 of them listed their favorite book (if they had one) as a sports biogrpahy, their favorite tv shows as 2 and 1/2 men or family guys and their favorite activities outside of hockey being Call of Duty or NHL 12.

The first nhl player to say he can recite Yates will be my new hero.


I'm not faulting them by the way...they can't all be Dickey
First of all I assume you mean Family GUY. Second, you expect 18 year old kids to be Frasier Crane?

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01-23-2013, 12:26 PM
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all the kids do is play hockey their whole lives. I'd be surprised if they knew anyhting else. Reading prospect bios is an abysmal thing. out of the 30 top drafts in 2012 about 3/4 of them listed their favorite book (if they had one) as a sports biogrpahy, their favorite tv shows as 2 and 1/2 men or family guys and their favorite activities outside of hockey being Call of Duty or NHL 12.

The first nhl player to say he can recite Yates will be my new hero.


I'm not faulting them by the way...they can't all be Dickey
Most of those are written at 18 years old. Were you into Yates as a teenager? If so that's great, but I can't say my interests at that age were much different.

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01-23-2013, 12:27 PM
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Looks like Dennis Seidenburg may be out again and if so, Aaron Johnson will replace him in the lineup. Brad Marchand is expected to play. Tuukka in net.

Hope it is a exciting game like Saturday night.

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Looks like Dennis Seidenburg may be out again and if so, Aaron Johnson will replace him in the lineup. Brad Marchand is expected to play. Tuukka in net.

Hope it is a exciting game like Saturday night.
I hope it's nothing like Saturday night

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01-23-2013, 12:33 PM
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Was working till 7:30, but they called me in earlier today so I can finally watch the entire game. BOUT DAMN TIME!

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01-23-2013, 12:37 PM
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i was hoping to see a larry brooks post saying something like bickel moved down to the whale today when logging in on the forums. oh well.. heres to bickel not bickeling us tonight

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01-23-2013, 12:44 PM
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we need to start worrying if we lose to philly. i'm not worried if we lose to boston again... seems like we always lose to boston
Based on what?? Lundqvists 19-7-x record vs the Bruins in his career?

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Looks like Dennis Seidenburg may be out again and if so, Aaron Johnson will replace him in the lineup. Brad Marchand is expected to play. Tuukka in net.

Hope it is a exciting game like Saturday night.
See all the Bruins fans complaining about boring Rangers- Bruins game, were just bored because the Bruins were losing. Considering that game was completely one sided, I don't see how it was objectively exciting.

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Based on what?? Lundqvists 19-7-x record vs the Bruins in his career?
Well he "debunked" the "myth" that we actually beat them by telling me that we almost lost to them a couple of times last year.

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01-23-2013, 12:54 PM
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Well he "debunked" the "myth" that we actually beat them by telling me that we almost lost to them a couple of times last year.
I guess every 1 goal game is an "almost".

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Just in case Marc Staal is reading this thread, let's make something clear...

This is Tyler Seguin



You passed to him like 4 times Saturday. THIS MAN IS NOT ON YOUR TEAM. Please stop passing to him. That's bad.

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Richards will get 3 assists and it'll still be his fault.
Only 3 assists? ZOMG! Tr8 that bum, shud of had moar goalz.

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The first nhl player to say he can recite Yates will be my new hero.


I'm not faulting them by the way...they can't all be Dickey
Assume you mean Yeats

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W._B._Yeats

unless you mean Yates

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard...%28novelist%29


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Was working till 7:30, but they called me in earlier today so I can finally watch the entire game. BOUT DAMN TIME!
Lol, I worked my work schedule this week around the Rangers.

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