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10-06-2005, 03:23 PM
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NO team will be out by Christmas.
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you will be able to tell by christmas if the leafs have a shot at the playoffs. i mean sundin is out till christmas , allision , lindros( injury prone) , these 2 are the ones the fans most worried about . NOW sundin down plus jeff oneil having problems ...you can almost smell it lets talk again on this subject at christmas when were watching the

toronto marlies play on cbc

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10-06-2005, 03:25 PM
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They fear the wrath of the great and mighty Don Cherry and the scornful, scathing they would receive if they made visors mandatory.
It's sad, but that's probably not all that far off, the macho factor likely prevents guys from making the smart choice.

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10-06-2005, 03:29 PM
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tuggy ,

you will be able to tell by christmas if the leafs have a shot at the playoffs. i mean sundin is out till christmas , allision , lindros( injury prone) , these 2 are the ones the fans most worried about . NOW sundin down plus jeff oneil having problems ...you can almost smell it lets talk again on this subject at christmas when were watching the

toronto marlies play on cbc
The Leafs have shown remarkable resilience when bitten by the injury bug in the past. Even if they're not as deep up front as they once were, I still wouldn't count them out just yet.

What an odd and disturbing feeling - I just defended the Leafs.

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10-06-2005, 03:37 PM
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The Leafs have shown remarkable resilience when bitten by the injury bug in the past. Even if they're not as deep up front as they once were, I still wouldn't count them out just yet.

What an odd and disturbing feeling - I just defended the Leafs.

sundin " fractured orbital bone" ==== danny heatly injury
jeff oneil ---"shoulder" injury? =====questionable for friday
Allison--groin/hip acting up
lindros ---just a matter of time



like i said toronto marlies on cbc by christmas

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I wouldnt say anything about injuries Doug. It's just bad Karma.

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tuggy ,

you will be able to tell by christmas if the leafs have a shot at the playoffs. i mean sundin is out till christmas , allision , lindros( injury prone) , these 2 are the ones the fans most worried about . NOW sundin down plus jeff oneil having problems ...you can almost smell it lets talk again on this subject at christmas when were watching the

toronto marlies play on cbc
Sundin is out until Christmas? Might as well just fold and claim Kessel all to ourselves!

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Dont forget Belfour and his chronic back pains. Even if he had year off hes still 40.

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10-06-2005, 03:51 PM
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I wouldnt say anything about injuries Doug. It's just bad Karma.

im knocking on wood as i type this

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The Star reports he'll be out 4-6 weeks.

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This really bites. Sundin's definitely not one you want to see this sort of thing happen to.

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If I'm running a business and I'm paying an employee, millions, I couldn't justify losing him and he return on investment if he didn't wear the standard protection available.Take it out of the macho question amd make it economic and things'll change.

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10-06-2005, 04:08 PM
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Just let it be Doug.

I also frequent another board and Leaf fans were all over Flyer fans when Hatcher and Forsberg were out a few weeks ago. Then there were threads starting up this week pointing out (not laughing at) the Nieuwendyk and Mogilny injuries of a few days ago ....

And now KABOOM, their defense is all mashed up (Klee's foot, Berg's ribs, Belak) and now Sundin and maybe O'Neill.....

Like I said, just let it be.

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10-06-2005, 04:12 PM
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If I'm running a business and I'm paying an employee, millions, I couldn't justify losing him and he return on investment if he didn't wear the standard protection available.Take it out of the macho question amd make it economic and things'll change.
This begs the question, Who is standing in the way of making visors mandatory? You pointed out the business angle to the equation and I'm sure the Leafs and all other clubs look at it that way (especially when a player the calibre of Sundin goes down to what can only be described as an avoidable injury). I assume that the league cannot unilaterally make visors compulsary so that leaves the NHLPA as the only disinterested party, who object on the basis of personal choice.

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I feel for all the Leafs fan...

It sucks to loose your best player to injury...

Best luck to Sundin for his recovery.

It's so much more enjoyable when we beat them and they have a full lineup

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Tough break for the Leafs. Sundin's a class act and a great hockey player even if he looks like Frankenstein. Hopefully this injury isn't longterm to any extent.

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10-06-2005, 05:09 PM
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A fractured orbital bone is a small price to pay for staying in the good books of a visionary like Don Cherry. Everyone knows visors are for sissies - Nash, Ovechkin, Crosby, Iginla, Gonchar, Richards, Jagr, Niedermayer, Spezza...just a bunch of sweethearts.

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Let's not exagered (sp?).

We feel sorry for Sundin? Sure, I hope Sundin is fine with no sequel myself.
We feel for the Leafs and their fans?????? no, We are habs fans

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If I'm running a business and I'm paying an employee, millions, I couldn't justify losing him and he return on investment if he didn't wear the standard protection available.Take it out of the macho question amd make it economic and things'll change.
So that means your goat has... protection?

Just asking...

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10-06-2005, 06:11 PM
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Let's not exagered (sp?).

We feel sorry for Sundin? Sure, I hope Sundin is fine with no sequel myself.
We feel for the Leafs and their fans?????? no, We are habs fans
Was it 2001 that the Hab's set a new record for injurie's?Around 550 man game's lost,not including Saku.Just injurie's.I can still hear the laughter from the Leaf fan's.I don't want to see any player get injured.Do i feel sorry for Sundin?No.2nd injury of this type.Just stupid on his part.Equally stupid,Pat Quinn after the game,saying Marian Hossa's stick on Berard was intentional.

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10-06-2005, 06:12 PM
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I'm a die hard habs fan living in Toronto and always love to see the Leafs getting kicked by the Habs...BUT, as some have mentioned, seeing Sundin hurt and out for any amount of time just plain sucks. Seeing anyone hurt sucks. They should just make visors mandatory. All the best for a speedy recovery to Sundin.

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