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02-29-2012, 01:09 PM
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Erik Condra

Hey all,

So I've been reading alot of negative comments about Erik lately, and I have to say I am pretty disapointed....

It's almost as if everyone has forgotten everything Erik Condra has done for the team in the last calendar year. Yes he might have fryingpan hands and has missed some glorious chances of late, however he still provides the team with elite level stamina and sneaky offence. As for his open net miss last night...I highlt doubt any other player in the league would of found that spot on the ice to begin with. Ever think of that?

Discuss.


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Hey all,

So I've been reading alot of negative comments about Erin lately, and I have to say I am pretty disapointed....

It's almost as if everyone has forgotten everything Eric Condra has done for the team in the last calendar year. Yes he might have fryingpan hands and has missed some glorious chances of late, however he still provides the team with elite level stamina and sneaky offence. As for his open net miss last night...I highlt doubt any other player in the league would of found that spot on the ice to begin with. Ever think of that?

Discuss.
Is it Rik or Erin were talking about?

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He is sneaky good

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So Condra's first name is one of Rik, Rick, Erik, Eric, or Erin now, based on all the names I remember you calling him

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A 2 goal lead is the worst in hockey. If Condra scored and gave us a 2 goal lead we would have lost this game, the 1 goal lead prevented the Bruins from gaining any momentum, sneaky and savvy vet play by Condra.

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02-29-2012, 01:16 PM
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A 2 goal lead is the worst in hockey. If Condra scored and gave us a 2 goal lead we would have lost this game, the 1 goal lead prevented the Bruins from gaining any momentum, sneaky and savvy vet play by Condra.
Agreed.

Elite post.

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A 2 goal lead is the worst in hockey. If Condra scored and gave us a 2 goal lead we would have lost this game, the 1 goal lead prevented the Bruins from gaining any momentum, sneaky and savvy vet play by Condra.
That would make perfect sense if not for the fact that he missed 2 glorious opportunities before that.

4-0>1-0>2-0.

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02-29-2012, 01:20 PM
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That would make perfect sense if not for the fact that he missed 2 glorious opportunities before that.

4-0>1-0>2-0.
Although Condra is a great player, he can not predict the future, once 2-0 hit, those opportunities for the other goals would have most likely never occurred as the Bruins would have stormed back.

Also, Thomas made great saves on both attempts if its the attempts Im thinking of, the puck never even got to Condra on the 2 on 1 with Foligno, big toe by Thomas, big effing toe.

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Good 'ole Rin, always putting the team ahead of himself.

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Although Condra is a great player, he can not predict the future, once 2-0 hit, those opportunities for the other goals would have most likely never occurred as the Bruins would have stormed back.

Also, Thomas made great saves on both attempts if its the attempts Im thinking of, the puck never even got to Condra on the 2 on 1 with Foligno, big toe by Thomas, big effing toe.
Then one cannot predict that the Bruins would have scored even if we had led 2-0.

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Then one cannot predict that the Bruins would have scored even if we had led 2-0.
The 2 goal lead is called the worst in hockey for a reason, statistics will back up my statement. Condra is the ultimate team player and him sacrificing a goal for a Senators win should put him in good graces with Maclean.

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Good old Derik...

Putting yesterday aside the kid has a future with this team...speed, works hard at both ends...nothing negative from my perspective.

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Although Condra is a great player, he can not predict the future, once 2-0 hit, those opportunities for the other goals would have most likely never occurred as the Bruins would have stormed back.

Also, Thomas made great saves on both attempts if its the attempts Im thinking of, the puck never even got to Condra on the 2 on 1 with Foligno, big toe by Thomas, big effing toe.
I wouldn't call Condra a great player. To me he is a marginal player who fills a role for this club, but isn't that far from being sent back down to Bingo. I like him, but he has to improve his scoring touch if he wants to stay with the big club.

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02-29-2012, 01:38 PM
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I wouldn't call Condra a great player. To me he is a marginal player who fills a role for this club, but isn't that far from being sent back down to Bingo. I like him, but he has to improve his scoring touch if he wants to stay with the big club.
I fear Richard's elite level stamina and sneaky offence are too sneaky to detect without some elite decoding device.

Which you lack.

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So Condra's first name is one of Rik, Rick, Erik, Eric, or Erin now, based on all the names I remember you calling him
I guess this is what we are to "Discuss"

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I guess this is what we are to "Discuss"
It's definitely not Erik

But seriously, let's try to avoid turning this into a "Who can misspell Erik Condra's name the most" contest.

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A 2 goal lead is the worst in hockey. If Condra scored and gave us a 2 goal lead we would have lost this game, the 1 goal lead prevented the Bruins from gaining any momentum, sneaky and savvy vet play by Condra.
He's always thinking team first!

Definitely an elite post!

I fear some posters have AHL humour detectors, though.

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Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals...

Would you rather a 1-0 or 2-0 lead in the 3rd period?

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He should use this code before every game:

Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Start

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Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals...

Would you rather a 1-0 or 2-0 lead in the 3rd period?
I don't care as long as Lehner is in net.


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My opinion is the same of Erik Condra as it was when he was getting some points earlier. He is a valuable player at the bottom of the lineup. Becomes much less valuable in a top nine role.

He missed an open net, so what? It happens. I'm more concerned about him previously being a black hole on offence in the top six. Maybe a top nine injury call up, but thats it.

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