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Game 29 | Sun Mar 17, 2013 - Winnipeg at Ottawa - 5:00pm | Childhood Memories Edition

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03-17-2013, 06:37 PM
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Triple low five IIRC.
That's not good. Not terrible, but I'll keep an eye on it.

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It feels like it's been a dozen games since I watched the closing minutes of the 3rd period of a Sens game, without my heart beating 200 beats per second!

Nice win, and a solid effort across the roster.

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Kassian on the ice with Silf at the end of the game. A player like him is perfect to make sure nobody messes with our young guys when a game is out of reach. That right there makes the trade worthwhile.

Great game all around! Took advantage of a tired Jets team, controlled the tempo, and Lehner made saves when he needed to.

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Great game by the whole team, Silfverbergs first multi goal game!

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03-17-2013, 06:40 PM
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Man, these young kids are exciting!!

Can't wait for Karlsson and Spezza to be back!!

Don't forget to add JAred Cowen to that list

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03-17-2013, 06:41 PM
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Kassian on the ice with Silf at the end of the game. A player like him is perfect to make sure nobody messes with our young guys when a game is out of reach. That right there makes the trade worthwhile.

Great game all around! Took advantage of a tired Jets team, controlled the tempo, and Lehner made saves when he needed to.
I'm not in the NHL and I've never been on the ice in that situation so how do you know I wouldn't have messed with those kids? Stop trying to justify the trade.

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03-17-2013, 06:42 PM
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Great game, in fact that might have been the best game I've seen a Jets opponent play this year. You've got something special going with this group of players and the coaching staff.

Are Silfverberg and Lehner always this good?! Holy smokes.

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03-17-2013, 06:43 PM
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Wooo, huge W for the boys.

St. Patty's Day just got even better

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If only we still had 6th round pick I bet we'd have won by 5 goals.

I'm really going to miss that guy.

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Our announcers are too biased. I know they are Sens fans, but I'd like them to be more objective. Dean Brown is always complaining about calls.
Listen to Gord Wilson sometime if you want biased. Or really the announces of most home teams.

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Great game, in fact that might have been the best game I've seen a Jets opponent play this year. You've got something special going with this group of players and the coaching staff.

Are Silfverberg and Lehner always this good?! Holy smokes.
They will be.

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Part of me feels bad making this comparison, because I think he's one of the most talented players in the league, but does anyone see a resemblance between Zibanejad and a Jamie Benn-lite? Large shooting center, great along the boards, just a pit bull. I wish Zib was a little meaner.

Anyway I didn't catch the game but I saw the goals posted. Really happy to see a dominant performance coming off a tiring game last night.

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Great game, in fact that might have been the best game I've seen a Jets opponent play this year. You've got something special going with this group of players and the coaching staff.

Are Silfverberg and Lehner always this good?! Holy smokes.

The are both still finding their way in the NHL but getting better every game.

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03-17-2013, 06:49 PM
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Is Lats the key to our offensive production? Statistically speaking (with this silly sample size) he has probably the greatest impact in Sens history.

Stats guys. Stats. It's science.

Or possibly math.
I'd argue its Kassian, Sens are 2-0 with him in the lineup after all

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K, thanks mom. Pretty sure I never laughed at Regin. Cheers.
You ended your comment about the possibility of Regin being injured
with a "lol". That is a laugh.

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Gonchar and Alfie catching up on Turris in the point total race, both are 2 p behind.

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Part of me feels bad making this comparison, because I think he's one of the most talented players in the league, but does anyone see a resemblance between Zibanejad and a Jamie Benn-lite? Large shooting center, great along the boards, just a pit bull. I wish Zib was a little meaner.

Anyway I didn't catch the game but I saw the goals posted. Really happy to see a dominant performance coming off a tiring game last night.
He reminds me of Radek Bonk.

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03-17-2013, 06:54 PM
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Good game guys. With all the **** your team has been through I salute them for the never quit attitude. Your future is very bright.


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Mr Obvious here.....Prediction:

Lehner plays in Ottawa next year.

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03-17-2013, 06:58 PM
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Great game, in fact that might have been the best game I've seen a Jets opponent play this year. You've got something special going with this group of players and the coaching staff.

Are Silfverberg and Lehner always this good?! Holy smokes.
They shows signs of it, but this was probably Silf's best so far and definitely a good'n from Lehner.

I'm sure you'll bounce back next game (after some actual rest) and keep rolling. I've been following the Jets on and off this year until that first Toronto game last week, now the Jets are officially my second from now on.

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I'm not in the NHL and I've never been on the ice in that situation so how do you know I wouldn't have messed with those kids? Stop trying to justify the trade.

Still on that high road I see?

Anyway, deterrence is a myth, just ask Marc Savard.

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03-17-2013, 06:59 PM
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I'm quick to criticize Silfverberg, but he had an excellent game, was making smart decisions all over the ice and it showed on the scoreboard. If he can learn to utilize that shot in close he'll have many multi-goal games in the future.

Awesome win. Lehner came up huge, no doubt this kid is the goalie of the future and Team Sweden might be thinking the same.

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03-17-2013, 07:02 PM
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Listen to Gord Wilson sometime if you want biased. Or really the announces of most home teams.
As for my comment on the Winnipeg board, you're right. I should have written that it was my opinion.

In my opinion (trying SO hard to edit myself here), our announcers are below average.


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Well, at least one of our fanbases had a fun game to watch. Good luck the rest of the way.

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