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03-29-2005, 03:01 AM
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Enjoy your Fudge Devils.
Hey, your search function isn't working. Whenever I click to type something it takes me to your profile and there certainly aren't any chick's in simpy leather outfits there.

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Enjoy your Fudge Devils.
i sure will.

wow, you've really bailed out on this one. can't say i blame you, but you used to at least try to defend your assinine statements.

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You do realize Steen would probably be in a very similar role had he stayed in Frolunda. Loui Eriksson, the guy who won ROY last year, has been relegated to just being an extra forward so far in the playoffs. Thats how stacked Frolunda is.
wow, so frolunda is also too deep for steen to get ice time? that says a lot about how overrated he is.

the excuse with modo was that they are "stacked" with locked out nhlers. can't say that about frolunda. i see axelsson, pahlsson, and alfredsson. niklas andersson? a career minor leaguer in north america. tommi kallio? :lol

this is proof that i was right all along. steen's poor season had nothing to do with the locked out nhlers on modo. it had to do with his mediocrity as a hockey player. he has no offense at all. if he's lucky and gets better, third line checker in the nhl.

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03-29-2005, 08:50 AM
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Mattias Weinhandl............................. 50 26 20 46 18
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wow, so frolunda is also too deep for steen to get ice time? that says a lot about how overrated he is.

the excuse with modo was that they are "stacked" with locked out nhlers. can't say that about frolunda. i see axelsson, pahlsson, and alfredsson. niklas andersson? a career minor leaguer in north america. tommi kallio? :lol

this is proof that i was right all along. steen's poor season had nothing to do with the locked out nhlers on modo. it had to do with his mediocrity as a hockey player. he has no offense at all. if he's lucky and gets better, third line checker in the nhl.
No, Frolunda is stacked with exceptional SEL players. They are stacked with veteran players who play very well in the SEL. Thats how they are stacked. Hate to break it to you, but you have absolutely no clue what you are talking about.

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Better to learn from Forsberg than Sundin?

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Better to learn from Forsberg than Sundin?
Considering Sundin didn't play in the SEL this year, there wasn't a whole lot of choice involved here...

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Considering Sundin didn't play in the SEL this year, there wasn't a whole lot of choice involved here...
Perhaps the lesson is too Play or not to Play, will you play for the love of the game and country, will you go where others dare not go.

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