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Players of the Game Are? | Isles @ TB 03-14-13 (Nabokov & Tavares)

View Poll Results: Who are the Players of the Game?
Nabokov 40 97.56%
Tavares 16 39.02%
Moulson 4 9.76%
Boyes 6 14.63%
Streit 1 2.44%
Visnovsky 3 7.32%
Ullstrom 3 7.32%
Cizikas 5 12.20%
MacDonald 3 7.32%
Other 3 7.32%
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Players of the Game Are? | Isles @ TB 03-14-13 (Nabokov & Tavares)

Players of the Game are?

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Nabokov and Hamonic easily for me.

I think Hamonic needed those days off the most since he has been banged up, and it showed because he had a very strong game.

How the hell is Hamonic not even an option?

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Voted Nabby...just Nabby. I said in the GDT nobody really stood out for good or bad. Hamonic played well also as 1991 said.

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Nabokov and Hamonic easily for me.

I think Hamonic needed those days off the most since he has been banged up, and it showed because he had a very strong game.

How the hell is Hamonic not even an option?
I agree Hamonic had a very solid game. Made some very composed plays as well as played the body. I think Hammer should have been an option.

Other that that, the usual suspects in Nabby and JT won us the game.

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Nabakov clearly because he had the shutout, but it was a total team effort, everyone played well (well maybe not Aucoin but it was his first game back in a while).

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I agree Hamonic had a very solid game. Made some very composed plays as well as played the body. I think Hammer should have been an option.

Other that that, the usual suspects in Nabby and JT won us the game.
Yea he scored, on a easy tap in from Moulson. I thought he turned the puck over a lot and didn't generate too much offense.

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Nabokov & Tavares.

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