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03-19-2013, 08:45 PM
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Gonchar has been unreal as of late... kind of reminds me of his old self in Pittsburgh. Nearing a PPG pace.

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So when are we allowed to start saying the Sens might actually be Cup contenders? This team just KEEPS WINNING. They are 6th in the league, and before the playoffs will be adding a top 10 centre, a legit 1st line winger, and arguably the best goalie in the league. How many other top 10 teams in the NHL have that to look forward to?

Imagine if this team had Karlsson? Hell, at this rate we should be favourites next year.

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Gonchar has value beyond his play. Helped make EK the scorer he is and is probably helping Weir quite a bit.

Him racking up points is an added bonus. Praise Gonch!

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I worked hard all game, whad up?








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GDT thread karma. Could not be denied tonight.

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Is it just me, or is Zibanejad starting to make a lot of smart decisions out there

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Wiercioch with 3 points. He's tied for 5th in overall rookie scoring and is 1 point back of Schultz for tops in rookie D scoring. #Sens


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Quote:
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Gonchar has been unreal as of late... kind of reminds me of his old self in Pittsburgh. Nearing a PPG pace.
That GWG was really reminiscent of classic Gonch, the thought crossed my mind right when he scored it.

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Wow, someone who can put himself in the other fans shoes. Refreshing. Isles fans will agree you were getting the short end of the penalty calls earlier, but what could have been a game winning goal by the Isles and what was the game winning call by the Sens were 100% clear game deciding calls. I am done with my ranting now. Sens fans would be ranting also if they took a loss on calls like that.
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I thought Zibby let defenceman touch it first.
Zibby knocked it and Silfv actually beat Visnovsky to the puck by a fraction of a second. The Isles cams slowed it down and it was pretty clear.

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If anyone missed it, this was Denis Potivn's reaction to Gryba's penalty:



And Gonchar was a +5


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Gonchar for Norris

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nice bro. You were 3rd star I think.

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Silfverberg is unreal! So is Gonch! So is this team!

P.S. Marty, it's Lounger Regularmus.

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Gonchar is the man, that is all.

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Easy win

My though on the game:

-We played like ****
-Gonchar is a ****ing Allstar
-4 AHL D next game? Really?reallyreally?

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Gonchar has value beyond his play. Helped make EK the scorer he is and is probably helping Weir quite a bit.

Him racking up points is an added bonus. Praise Gonch!
That's great if he's a mentor and all, but first and foremost we signed him because he's a kick ass defenceman.

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So happy with the win tonight, did not look sharp at all in the second, but absolutely dominated in the 3rd, loved it!

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This team is unbelievable

I think this win was 60% luck, 40% Nabakov, but still.....WOW

This team continues to find a way to win games, even in bad games

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Refs were bad and they should feel bad.

Games like these cheapen the league, it was a clown show of bad calls that impacted the game in a big way. The punchline that is NHL officiating continues...

I feel for Islanders fans. We would be livid if the same calls happened to us.

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Do you think there's any chance Gonchar resign with the Sens next season?

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I remember when people were ******** all over Gonchar 2 years ago along with Phillips. Those two have been arguably our two most important skaters this season.

That said anyone else feel like Silfverberg has been our best forward for the last 3 - 4 games and is really starting to look like the guy that absolutely dominated the SEL? Obviously he still needs more time...but he seems to be everywhere lately. Defensively top notch, always reading the play, one of the best shots in the league (crazy skilled deflection goal today) and always putting pressure on the other team.

Zibanejad + Silfverberg on the same line has been amazing. They have great chemistry.

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