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09-19-2005, 11:50 AM
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Video: Flyers/Thrashers shootout

http://rapidshare.de/files/5288084/PHIShootout.rar.html

Well as I promised guys, here's the video from Saturday night's shootout, the quality is okay, but this weiner fan gets in the way in some shots, in others, when the Flyers are shooting, the video ends before I wanted it to, but you sorta get the idea, and yeah, I've labelled who's shooting on which goalie, and as you can see, it re-inforces my comment about a minor league team playing the Flyers, as the only shooter I had ever heard of was Marc Savard for them. It would have been better if were allowed to take video, but I sorta had to pirate it because I really wanted to take videos of the shootout. I hope you enjoy them, as crappy as they maybe

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Cheers, much appriciated.

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Thanks bud, it's appreciated. Hey, no hard feelings about our little argument last night, right?

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Woah, that was a little out of the ordinary. On the Richards goal, it looks like he wet to the right of the net and then cut across the front to take the shot. Reminded me of an EA Sports goal from like 2003, lol.

One of those moves where the puck always goes in.

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Woah, that was a little out of the ordinary. On the Richards goal, it looks like he wet to the right of the net and then cut across the front to take the shot. Reminded me of an EA Sports goal from like 2003, lol.

One of those moves where the puck always goes in.
lol more like nhl 98.

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Thanks bud, it's appreciated. Hey, no hard feelings about our little argument last night, right?
Hell no! I'd never let something so petty get me pissed off with good hockey fans

As for Richie's goal, I think he just shot medium blocker side and snuck it underneath Dunham's blocker and pad.

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