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03-02-2013, 11:45 PM
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Our fourth line played so little. Still needs improvements in that area.
16 minutes of minor penalties between both teams unfortunately limits their playing time

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Very very very important win

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I want to see sestito lappy kassian line.

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I think im hard on the team I swear reading this board we lost tonight 5-2.

Thought it was one of the best games we played.

I still maintain alot of the mistakes are on our coaching, ballard should not be scratched, and av kept putting alberts bieksa out in 3rd and every shift they almost got scored on, yet he kept putting them out. Finally tanev was back with alberts.

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Henrik is just unbelievable
One of his best games in a few seasons for sure... dominant, pro-active, set the tone and ferocious. Absolutely great game. Nice to see his younger brother finding his scorers eye again.

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PJ stock said we were chasing most of the night LMAO

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Raymond has found his calling. He won't go to the middle of the ice? Then you PUT him in the middle of the ****ing ice! Mason Lehtinen. You can't fall down all of the time and try a bunch of spinmoves and dumb **** when you know you need to be defensively responsible now can you Macey?!

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Sedin line was epic - I didn't think it was possible but they've elevated their game - improved defensively and their physical play is helping the rest of their game.

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I got some stupid tweet from some ******* on twitter stating Kopitar will enjoy his Cup Ring while the Sedin sisters get nothing..

Then I looked at his profile and it states he's a Flames fan

Then I laughed and blocked him

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Burr's dangle was so dirty. Don't even get me started on Henrik Kane.

WHERE THE **** DID THAT COME FROM?! I know those damn sedins never used their full arsenal. My first clue was when Hank sedin did that no-look tip pass between the legs to his brother daniel who then pulled the puck/stick between his legs and pwned kipper a few years back. Just a treat to watch. Sedins, do this during the playoffs!

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Thought it was one of the best games we played.
That's just sad then. We basically got helped out by bad goaltending big time and the Kings played a crap game compared to their other recent efforts.

Sedins had a great game but that's about it. 2nd line was lucky to get 2 goals and not get scored on with the way they were dominated.

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good win, but i doubt we'll see those snipes by the 2nd line on a consistent basis and outside of that they were pretty much invisible offensively so i guess we're officially back to being a one line team again

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Mason Raymond = GOD

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I think im hard on the team I swear reading this board we lost tonight 5-2.

Thought it was one of the best games we played.

I still maintain alot of the mistakes are on our coaching, ballard should not be scratched, and av kept putting alberts bieksa out in 3rd and every shift they almost got scored on, yet he kept putting them out.
Alberts played because the Kings try and intimidate... Alberts (the whole team really) stood up in the 1st and not only didn't back down but initiated. He had a solid game but the physical side, especially in front of the net is something Ballard can't bring.

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Even Healy just smacked down PJ's Canuck hatred.

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PJ stock said we were chasing most of the night LMAO
Not most of the night but we were chasing for an unacceptable amount of time. LA definitely had more zone time, won more faceoffs and outchanced us.

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Healy just ***** PJ and weeks also shutting up PJ lmao

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Burr's dangle was so dirty. Don't even get me started on Henrik Kane.

WHERE THE **** DID THAT COME FROM?! I know those damn sedins never used their full arsenal. My first clue was when Hank sedin did that no-look tip pass between the legs to his brother daniel who then pulled the puck/stick between his legs and pwned kipper a few years back. Just a treat to watch. Sedins, do this during the playoffs!
We NEED some gifs of those for avatars... wowzers.

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PJ stock said we were chasing most of the night LMAO
PJ Stocks brain has been chasing his mouth his entire life.

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I didn't think it was possible, but even while sliding on the ice, Tanev looks chill. Just unreal. So good. My favourite Canucks d-man by a long shot.

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That's just sad then. We basically got helped out by bad goaltending big time and the Kings played a crap game compared to their other recent efforts.

Sedins had a great game but that's about it. 2nd line was lucky to get 2 goals and not get scored on with the way they were dominated.
It was an even game...I don't think we were dominated or anything.

More importantly, there was a bit of progress on defense which was nice to see.

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Raymond has found his calling. He won't go to the middle of the ice? Then you PUT him in the middle of the ****ing ice! Mason Lehtinen. You can't fall down all of the time and try a bunch of spinmoves and dumb **** when you know you need to be defensively responsible now can you Macey?!
Jeraymond Lehtinen.

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Raymond has found his calling. He won't go to the middle of the ice? Then you PUT him in the middle of the ****ing ice! Mason Lehtinen. You can't fall down all of the time and try a bunch of spinmoves and dumb **** when you know you need to be defensively responsible now can you Macey?!
I like that theory...

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That's just sad then. We basically got helped out by bad goaltending big time and the Kings played a crap game compared to their other recent efforts.

Sedins had a great game but that's about it. 2nd line was lucky to get 2 goals and not get scored on with the way they were dominated.

We are down kesler again, i dont know what you expect. Our line up is awful, i thought we were going to get demolished.

We beat a hot l.a. team with basically nothing but a 1st line in tact and good work from hansen and raymond, i was not expecting much else.

Have you watched the rest of our games this season, we had much more jump then we had in recent memory we had a much higher effort.

Please tell me what game we played better this year? Besides the ducks game. We have played so many bad games a 5-2 canucks win with a re-injured kesler I will safely say was on of our better efforts.

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PJ stock said we were chasing most of the night LMAO
I have officially lost all respect for PJ Stock. "Chasing most of the night," "Found a way to win". It's like he didn't even watch the game.

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