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11-13-2005, 05:38 PM
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What?

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Originally Posted by GagneOwnsYou
Please.

You made absolutely sure he knew that London got guys back and totally dismissed both of those wins by sardonically asking him how much stock he put in them.

Then, in case he missed that the next guy points out to him again that London had guys missing, as if it would be impossible for London to be defeated with them.

That is jumping on him, whatever you might say.
Very carefully explain to me how:

The next game should be more indicative with Dennis, Hunter, Beaulieu and Schremp involved

Is the same thing as:

the next guy points out to him again that London had guys missing, as if it would be impossible for London to be defeated with them.

Gagne, you really have to stop making stuff up.

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11-13-2005, 05:41 PM
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Good post Thomas

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In regards to me taking all the *shots* in my posts - Just recently you..

- laughed at a guy, obviously sardonically, when he suggested that Bolland and Schremp were going to be 1 & 2 in OHL scoring this year (which they are currently)

- also suggested they just "leeched" off last years team.

- said that Schremp and Hunter would be at each other all year

- Insinuated Hunter was being classless by keeping Schremp on the powerplay in a game

- said you didn't see the knights doing anything this year


And of course you said the same kinds of things last year. I don't mind you dishing it out - but if you're gonna dish it out you better be prepared to take it as well.

Just reading this thread now. You pretty much summed things up very well

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11-13-2005, 05:52 PM
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You are right

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I am not saying that they are the best, but the Saginaw Spirit are having an incredible start to the season. Ryan Daniels was just named OHL Goalie of the month.
Saginaw has improved so much since last year. Some smart trading and good drafts have helped them a lot. The Westen half of the OHL looks stronger all the time.

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11-13-2005, 09:47 PM
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No doubt in my mind that Peterborough is the best team in the OHL. Any one of their top 9 forwards could play on the top line in Owen Sound that is for sure. I guess I will have to wait 'til Satruday to actually see the Pete's play as they come to Owen Sound...

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11-13-2005, 10:02 PM
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I think there are too many teams who are good. The name of the game in the OHL this year is parity. Right now it looks like Peterborough is the best, but two weeks ago it was London. Saginaw and Barrie have been excellent for most of the season as well.

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11-14-2005, 02:22 AM
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Peterborough, Guelph, and Saginaw both deserve consideration, alot of people don't like Saginaw, but i think they got everything they need... except experience to go deep in the playoffs, guelph is playing great, and peterborough is clearly one of th ebest in the league east sleeper is ottawa, never can be counted out proved that last year, and in the west is london and sarnia, both teams aren't getting much credit, but sarnia has an incredable team, a great rookie goaltender who is splitting time with a good overager, and Mark Katic who i saw in person a week ago, and is already being compared to Paul Coffey, which is alot to put on a guy, but i think they could shock anyone in the league

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11-14-2005, 08:54 AM
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Peterborough, Guelph, and Saginaw both deserve consideration,
Right now, IMO, Peterborough is clearly #1 and the team to beat. They have the best winning % and are on a 10 game winning streak. The trade for Downie only made them deeper up front. Defense is apparently a bit of a concern, but with these new rules defense seems less important - at least right now.

As for #2 - that's what we should be debating - there are 3 or 4 teams that are arguably #2. If we go by winning percentage - it's the knights. However, strong cases can be made for Guelph and Saginaw for #2 as well.

Should be a fun year.

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11-14-2005, 07:02 PM
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I think it's Peteborough, London then everyone else.

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11-28-2005, 01:01 PM
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Since when is LaCosta a great goalie?

what do you think now that he leads the league in both GAA and save percentage? (don't get me wrong i didn't predict this happening, i just think he deserves some dap for his amazing play so far this year.)

i saw barrie in mississauga and in brampton this weekend. little was fantastic in both games. he made wolski look like *****. i can't imagine how good wolski would be if he'd try every now and then.

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12-05-2005, 06:15 PM
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I'm a saginaw homer...their turnaround is pretty amazing

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12-06-2005, 07:50 AM
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I'm a saginaw homer...their turnaround is pretty amazing
Don't see too many saginaw fans posting - nice to see. They are a good team this year and will be dangerous in the playoffs.

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12-06-2005, 04:48 PM
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looks like peterborough, london, and barrie are doing well right now..the hometown team (icedogs) is the worst in the league..so nothing to cheer for!

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looks like peterborough, london, and barrie are doing well right now..the hometown team (icedogs) is the worst in the league..so nothing to cheer for!
haha you aint got nothing on us generals...we are actually 5 points back of you guys...but at least we have tavares...thats gotta count for something right?

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12-08-2005, 10:17 PM
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haha you aint got nothing on us generals...we are actually 5 points back of you guys...but at least we have tavares...thats gotta count for something right?
In a couple of years it sure will.

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12-09-2005, 08:31 AM
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Yeah, I think the new rink in Oshawa says even more than Tavares. It shows commitment to the organization and to winning.

I bet Tavares might have a troubled ex-linemate back by the end of the year.

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In a couple of years it sure will.
*begins counting the days until a couple of years*

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