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08-12-2005, 11:13 PM
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Sens fans need to stop their inhumane joy over inflicting injury before somebody loses an eye..

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08-12-2005, 11:21 PM
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apparantly the A-train wrecked the career of that absolute stud Jonas Hogland, I guess the Buds shud be afraid !!!

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Lindros and Allison will collide on their first shift on the ice together, in the first regular season game. The injuries will force them to retire.

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08-12-2005, 11:24 PM
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I've heard the Leafs are hiring away all the training staff from the Habs because of how durable the Habbies are and .... sorry an interuption here ...

Hmmm, yes, oh I see.


Sorry, someone just told me the Habs aren't the team I was thinking of.

Apparently, over the years the Habs haven't been that durable.

Never mind, you can keep your staff.


I did not say I WISHED this would happen. I only said this might happen in a very bad game, but all this HATE is just nuts.

Let me now do as you guy do
The leafs are about to set an NHL all time goals for record 1000 goals and all of them by bodychecking everything that move putting Forsberg, Thornton, Naslund, Bertuzzi and Hatcher out for the year on the first shift in each game. The NHL will have to put in new rules to break up the MIGHTY LEAFS.

Man this is an awsome post from a 4 year old

Lindros will put up 74 points in 72 games... bank on it

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08-12-2005, 11:39 PM
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Isn't it ironic that O'Neill very well had a huge, huge part in keeping us away from the Finals for another year. Seeing his face like that brings back memories of a classic series.
Actually, I remember O'Neill having scored only one goal in that series, and being in a goal scoring drought in general in those playoffs.

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08-12-2005, 11:47 PM
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Actually, I remember O'Neill having scored only one goal in that series, and being in a goal scoring drought in general in those playoffs.
He did though win game 3 for the Canes after badly bruising his eyes. To me it was perhaps the most critical moment in the series.

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08-12-2005, 11:53 PM
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Actually, I remember O'Neill having scored only one goal in that series, and being in a goal scoring drought in general in those playoffs.
After looking it up, O'Neill scored in the first game (Carolina lost 2-1), the third game (Carolina won in OT thanks to O'Neill 2-1. Taking a 2-1 series lead). The following game Carolina won 3-0 to take a 3-1 series lead. Leafs won game 5 in a 1-0 game and O'Neill scored his third goal of the series in game 6 as the Canes went on to win 2-1 in OT (O'Neill's goal was the first of game 6).

As I said, O'Neill's game 3 goal shifted the momentum severely in the Canes' favour.

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08-13-2005, 12:14 AM
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After looking it up, O'Neill scored in the first game (Carolina lost 2-1), the third game (Carolina won in OT thanks to O'Neill 2-1. Taking a 2-1 series lead). The following game Carolina won 3-0 to take a 3-1 series lead. Leafs won game 5 in a 1-0 game and O'Neill scored his third goal of the series in game 6 as the Canes went on to win 2-1 in OT (O'Neill's goal was the first of game 6).

As I said, O'Neill's game 3 goal shifted the momentum severely in the Canes' favour.
I agree, he took the puck right in the face and didnt miss a shift...

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08-13-2005, 12:16 AM
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Injured in game 1 by a massive Anton Volchenkov hit as Lindros skates through the middle with his head down.
OR.....

Another unoriginal Lindros basher turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player, turns into a broken record player........

Catch my drift...........

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08-13-2005, 12:18 AM
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I hope you realize that on a very bad night the leafs could lose 3 of 4 of these guys and the leafs have no backup to this if it ever happens.
You do realize that that could happen to any team eh Einstien....

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08-13-2005, 12:22 AM
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[QUOTE=RLC]
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Originally Posted by ULF_55
I've heard the Leafs are hiring away all the training staff from the Habs because of how durable the Habbies are and .... sorry an interuption here ...

Hmmm, yes, oh I see.


Sorry, someone just told me the Habs aren't the team I was thinking of.

Apparently, over the years the Habs haven't been that durable.

Never mind, you can keep your staff.


I did not say I WISHED this would happen. I only said this might happen in a very bad game, but all this HATE is just nuts.

Let me now do as you guy do
The leafs are about to set an NHL all time goals for record 1000 goals and all of them by bodychecking everything that move putting Forsberg, Thornton, Naslund, Bertuzzi and Hatcher out for the year on the first shift in each game. The NHL will have to put in new rules to break up the MIGHTY LEAFS.

What are you like 12?

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08-13-2005, 12:23 AM
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Is Stevens coming back for one more year?
That could effectively end Lindros. Stevens hates Lindros AND the Leafs.
He likes to mash up the both of em.
Too bad he won't drop his gloves.........

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08-13-2005, 12:26 AM
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The "A-Train". That's funny.

If Volchenkov (or anyone else) even looks at Lindros funny, Domi or Belak will be happy to oblige- you can bet on that.
Amen to that brother! Too bad he won't drop his gloves....

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08-13-2005, 12:27 AM
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Lindros and Allison will collide on their first shift on the ice together, in the first regular season game. The injuries will force them to retire.

Not much of a mentalpowerhouse are you......

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08-13-2005, 12:31 AM
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Good.. because the A-Train just signed a 2 year deal with the sens

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He only did it after he heard the Leafs signed Lindros.. that's the rumor.

Gimme a break pal....The A-Train I thought this was the NHL not the WWE....

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08-13-2005, 12:52 AM
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Lindros and Allison will collide on their first shift on the ice together, in the first regular season game. The injuries will force them to retire.

congratulations on that incredibly innovative and original post.

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08-13-2005, 12:53 AM
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These are my bets:

Sundin (75 points, 35 G, 40 A)
Allison (65 points, 20 G, 45 A)
Lindros (60 points, 25 G, 35 A)
O'Neill (50 points, 25 G, 25 A)

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08-13-2005, 01:05 AM
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Sundin (75 points, 35 G, 40 A)
Allison (65 points, 20 G, 45 A)
Lindros (60 points, 25 G, 35 A)
O'Neill (50 points, 25 G, 25 A)
I wouldn't be overly dissapointed/surprised with that either (asides from O'Neil, who should be at least a 60 point player with Sundin or Allison as his centre).

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08-13-2005, 01:13 AM
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I wouldn't be overly dissapointed/surprised with that either (asides from O'Neil, who should be at least a 60 point player with Sundin or Allison as his centre).
I just pinpointed their general averages and adjusted down for coming off of an injury/didn't play anywhere last season or both. O'neill may have the best center he's ever gotten in T.O., but I still have a hard time projecting him to approach his career highs.


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