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View Poll Results: Kitchener / London - who will win and how many games
London in 4/5 games 38 50.67%
Kitchener in 4/5 games 3 4.00%
London in 6/7 games 25 33.33%
Kitchener in 6/7 games 9 12.00%
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04-15-2005, 12:59 PM
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Anyone know yet when the series starts yet???? I'm dying waiting to find out

The sched has to be in to the league by noon today (1 hour ago)
I'm anxious to see it too
(please no Saturday game, PLEASE no Saturday game.....)

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04-15-2005, 01:02 PM
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I hope they play tomorrow, the sooner the better.

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Can we have an updated on the Injury situations for each team? I remember Kitchener had some key players out recently, but I have no idea how they are now.

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04-15-2005, 01:42 PM
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Can we have an updated on the Injury situations for each team? I remember Kitchener had some key players out recently, but I have no idea how they are now.
Kitchener is in better shape than they've been most of the year, BUT Turple more than likely won't be available early on in the series, and it's a question mark on whether he'll be available if it goes to 7. If by some chance the series goes to 7 games with Pfligler in net, he'll be guaranteed the start for that game.

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Kitchener is in better shape than they've been most of the year, BUT Turple more than likely won't be available early on in the series, and it's a question mark on whether he'll be available if it goes to 7. If by some chance the series goes to 7 games with Pfligler in net, he'll be guaranteed the start for that game.
You think Turple gets the start even though Pfligler has been so strong? Cripes.. I hope so just so I don't have to type Pfligler anymore..

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04-15-2005, 04:22 PM
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You think Turple gets the start even though Pfligler has been so strong? Cripes.. I hope so just so I don't have to type Pfligler anymore..

Tom
Oops.... no, but I guess that wasn't very clear. If Pfligler (a bugger to spell, but kinda fun to say!) gets Kitchener to game 7 against London, there is a 100% chance that he (Pfligler) will start game 7.

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Game 1 - Thursday April 21 at London, 7:00 p.m.
Game 2 - Saturday April 23 at Kitchener, 7:30 p.m.
Game 3 - Monday April 25 at London, 7:00 p.m.
Game 4 - Wednesday April 27 at Kitchener, 7:00 p.m.
Game 5 - Friday April 29 at London, 7:30 p.m. *
Game 6 - Sunday May 1 at Kitchener, TBA *
Game 7 - Monday May 2 at London, 7:00 p.m. *

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04-15-2005, 10:25 PM
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Game 1 - Thursday April 21 at London, 7:00 p.m.
Game 2 - Saturday April 23 at Kitchener, 7:30 p.m.
Game 3 - Monday April 25 at London, 7:00 p.m.
Game 4 - Wednesday April 27 at Kitchener, 7:00 p.m.
Game 5 - Friday April 29 at London, 7:30 p.m. *
Game 6 - Sunday May 1 at Kitchener, TBA *
Game 7 - Monday May 2 at London, 7:00 p.m. *
wow, interesting schedule, back and forth like that. I still shake my head every once in a while when I see that they have only lost seven times this year.

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04-15-2005, 10:48 PM
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wow, interesting schedule, back and forth like that. I still shake my head every once in a while when I see that they have only lost seven times this year.
Back and forth isn't a big deal with this series.... the rinks are about an hour away from each other.

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04-15-2005, 10:52 PM
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wow, interesting schedule, back and forth like that. I still shake my head every once in a while when I see that they have only lost seven times this year.
Hunter basically threw the last two games of the year also, FWIW.


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wow, interesting schedule, back and forth like that. I still shake my head every once in a while when I see that they have only lost seven times this year.
How about Perry and Syvret who only lost 2 or 3 games with the Knights and won an additonal 6 w/ team Canada!

Perry and Syvret this year are something like 64-2-2 (57-3+8 for wins)

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I can't believe 61% are saying London in 4 or 5. I'm one of the biggest and loudest Knights fans out there and i'm saying in 6 atleast due to Kitcheners resurrection from the dead thanks to Captain Canada (Richards).

I can't wait for this series to start Its gonna be great !!!!!

Go Knights Go!

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I can't believe 61% are saying London in 4 or 5. I'm one of the biggest and loudest Knights fans out there and i'm saying in 6 atleast due to Kitcheners resurrection from the dead thanks to Captain Canada (Richards).

I can't wait for this series to start Its gonna be great !!!!!

Go Knights Go!
You may absolutely be right in that Kitchener will probably be tough as hell. However, they still have to prove it. London was honestly unchallenged in the OHL this year.

To be the man you got to beat the man

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Well, i guess i'm waking up bright and early tomorrow to go get tickets...

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04-16-2005, 12:35 AM
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Well, i guess i'm waking up bright and early tomorrow to go get tickets...
I'd suggest very early..... I've talked to a few people who are talking about getting to the Aud at 4:30 or 5:00 am.

Thank God for season's tickets.......

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04-16-2005, 10:08 AM
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Why did everyone jump all over be because I predicted Kitchener? Is there something wrong with that?

Oh, BTW that Turple guy is hilarious. Big fan.

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London in 5 or 6, but the poll doesn't allow that.

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Why did everyone jump all over be because I predicted Kitchener? Is there something wrong with that?

Oh, BTW that Turple guy is hilarious. Big fan.
I disagreed with you but certainly didn't jump all over you, IMO. It's a free country - you have a right to outrageous opinions.

Only one guy said it was "anger speaking". I thought you got off easy for going against london

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I disagreed with you but certainly didn't jump all over you, IMO. It's a free country - you have a right to outrageous opinions.

Only one guy said it was "anger speaking". I thought you got off easy for going against london

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I suppose I should have expected worse.

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I'm hoping kitchener takes two games so that there'll be three games to attend at least.
I went to the knights game in london tonight, and jeez, this whole OHL playoffs thing is getting pretty expensive.
tell me about it..i was at the same game too..and it was great, although I was in standing room in section 304 (centre ice) and had front row standing room, but my dad couldn't see much of the game

But who cares about that game.. as i got to go on the ice for the 2nd intermission! Maybe you saw me.. I was the one who hit the post on my practice shot (having more than 5000 people watching screaming OHHHHH at my stupid little shot is something I'll never forget..but I don't know, but it was awesome..and I took home first prize which included a Official Knights puck with Syvret's autograph on it..plus a bunch of other things as well.

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I suppose I should have expected worse.
You have been a thorn in the side of London fans this year, so I don't know why you find it surprising when you get jumped on once or twice. You've made more then a few smart-arse remarks in the london knights forum and you were pretty quick to dismiss London's many wins against OS this year due to injuries.

Now that Owen Sound has been swept by Kitchener *cough* *gag*, you're predicting Kitchener even though London hasn't lost yet in the playoffs and beat them every time in the regular season.

My money says should London do what they are expected and beat Kitchener you'll be picking Peterborough in the OHL finals, and wondering why you get jumped for it.

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The Kitchener / Owen Sound series proved more about Owen Sound then it did about Kitchener. Kitchener is playing well but they're still the team that put up a big donut in the win column in 6 games against London. London is deeper then Owen Sound, mentally tougher and better defensively. I just don't see Kitchener pulling it off.

Whatever happens, I think Kitchener will better prepare London for whomever comes out of the West (as in the Memorial Cup WHL team).
The Ottawa Senators went 5-0 against the Toronto Maple Leafs and got swepped in 4 strait games. NHL teams are far more disciplin then OHL teams the regular season means absolutely nothing. Its embarrasing how cocky you London fans are and im not even a Kitchener fan.

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The Ottawa Senators went 5-0 against the Toronto Maple Leafs and got swepped in 4 strait games. NHL teams are far more disciplin then OHL teams the regular season means absolutely nothing. Its embarrasing how cocky you London fans are and im not even a Kitchener fan.
And the award for the most pointless post of the day goes to...

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congratulations buddy, your pointless, poorly-written comparison between the Senators and the Attack have taken 30 seconds away from my life that I can never get back.

Regardless of what you think, getting swept by a lower seed team does say something about a teams character and mental toughness. This isn't knights cockiness talking, it's hockey common sense.

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You have been a thorn in the side of London fans this year, so I don't know why you find it surprising when you get jumped on once or twice. You've made more then a few smart-arse remarks in the london knights forum and you were pretty quick to dismiss London's many wins against OS this year due to injuries.
The London Knights forum? This board has one of those? And show me one post where I said Owen Sound lost to London becuase of injuries.

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Now that Owen Sound has been swept by Kitchener *cough* *gag*
That's funny you think Owen Sound choked. Just shows how little you know about the two teams and their ages etc.

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you're predicting Kitchener
Shock! Horror!


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even though London hasn't lost yet in the playoffs
Kitchener has won 8 striaght against much tougher competition.

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and beat them every time in the regular season
Much different Kitchener team who are bigger and tougher than the Knights.

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My money says should London do what they are expected and beat Kitchener
Big surprise there.

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you'll be picking Peterborough in the OHL finals, and wondering why you get jumped for it.
Nah, My money is on Ottawa in that series. Sorry to have so greatly offended you.

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Kitchener has won 8 striaght against much tougher competition.
Erie is so much tougher than Kitchener that they had a worse regular season record.

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