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10-13-2003, 03:32 PM
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Sweet! Beauty pass by Daniel.

Ohlund scores (Sedin, Sedin)

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Sopel looked awful... but I gotta love him cause he kept the puck in for the Ohlund goal.

Sami Salo should have had that breakaway.. he just needed to elevate the puck a little and it was in, Denis was down so early

Also, the Sedins were passing too much when they carried the puck in.. you cycle when you dump and chase. If they can get as far in as the faceoff circle, they should take a shot instead of dumping and cycling.

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10-13-2003, 03:58 PM
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The Big Line is a joke. Trying to make a pretty goal won't get them any where. Sopel is god.

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10-13-2003, 04:21 PM
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Way to go Cloutier for losing the temper and the goal

1 : 1


EDIT: Cloutier absolutely loss it since the penatly, at less this is happening in the early part of the season instead of the playoff.

2 to 1 Columbus

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10-13-2003, 04:28 PM
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Atleast it's happening early in the season? Not what I was thinking...I was thinking it's his second game, against a team with no rivalry and he's already had a temper tantrum. Not a good sign IMO. Especially in a game that they were winning at the time.

a game and a half and two bad goals at crucial times in the game.

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10-13-2003, 04:30 PM
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Atleast it's happening early in the season? Not what I was thinking...I was thinking it's his second game, against a team with no rivalry and he's already had a temper tantrum. Not a good sign IMO. Especially in a game that they were winning at the time.

I think it is a good sign, since i think Hedberg is a better fit with the team anyways.

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10-13-2003, 04:32 PM
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I think it is a good sign, since i think Hedberg is a better fit with the team anyways.
Well then we are in full agreement! Bad sign if they plan on using CLoutier as the main guy. Of course a couple of these and the situation rapidly changes. I just don't think Cloutier has the mental fortitude to stave off a serious challenge for his spot. It's up to Hedberg to provide that challenge.

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10-13-2003, 04:42 PM
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Way to go Cloutier for losing the temper
there is no way in hell that should have been a penalty in the first place. but yes, it was a pretty soft goal.

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Well then we are in full agreement! Bad sign if they plan on using CLoutier as the main guy. Of course a couple of these and the situation rapidly changes. I just don't think Cloutier has the mental fortitude to stave off a serious challenge for his spot. It's up to Hedberg to provide that challenge.

Completely in agreement. i don't understand why Cloutier acted the way he did and loss his temper, i mean it is clear that he has a bad reputation of losing his temper, and the other team often look at it as one of Canucks' s biggest weakness, but his lack of maturity continues to hurt the team.i thought Cloutier would of learn by now, but i guess you cannot teach old dog new trick.

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Cloutier got tangled up with Nash and they jostled a little. At the next whistle Cloutier skated over to Columbus' bench and started yapping at someone. Picks up 2 minutes for unsportsmanlike and then gives up a weak goal on the ensuing powerplay. I wouldn't have minded the penalty if he had kept the puck out on the PP, but he got caught cheating off the post.

2-1 Columbus now. (That was the first goal, they got a second about a minute and half later)

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10-13-2003, 04:48 PM
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I think outside of a stretch in the 2nd period there, we've been playing a great game. It seems to me that while the 'Bus are winning, we've had a bit of trouble connecting on our chances - but you know what, as we start scoring, confidence will be built up throughout our lineup. I mean, Naslund hasn't scored yet, but you can rest assured that when he does, they will come in huge bunches.

Anyhow, a strong third will turn this one around without too much worry, I don't think. The Jackets are good against us, but not that good

PS: I'm very impressed with Henrik's passing, again. The pass he made to Bertuzzi for a fairly good chance, albiet a missed shot, was just crazy! I love how the twins again got points. Thats 2 assists for both in 3 games. I think they've been playing sort of par for the course as far as they are normally concerned, too, they are just finishing their chances. Why does this make me so excited? Well, I think they can both turn it up a notch or 3 - especially in the goal scoring department.

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I wouldn't call the 2nd Columbus goal a bad goal at all with regards to Cloutier.

My question is what the hell are the 2 other forwards, and 1 other defenseman doing looking at the puck...Seriously. All 1 of those players had to do was have their head on a swivel, take a look and get inbetween Marchant and the puck, and chances are that doesn't go in.

People are so quick to blame Cloutier now. Yes, the first goal, he cheated, and got burned. The second goal WOULDN'T HAVE HAPPENED had the forward/dman taken a look at who was where.

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too much watching the puck, not enough taking the man

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10-13-2003, 04:58 PM
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I wouldn't call the 2nd Columbus goal a bad goal at all with regards to Cloutier.

My question is what the hell are the 2 other forwards, and 1 other defenseman doing looking at the puck...Seriously. All 1 of those players had to do was have their head on a swivel, take a look and get inbetween Marchant and the puck, and chances are that doesn't go in.

People are so quick to blame Cloutier now. Yes, the first goal, he cheated, and got burned. The second goal WOULDN'T HAVE HAPPENED had the forward/dman taken a look at who was where.
i don't think anyone is blaming Cloutier for the second goal, but the first goal was the direct result of Cloutier's bad temper, and Canucks had the game in control before that, those are facts.

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Morrison! Pretty goal!

(Ohlund, Sopel)

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now that's a start to a period!

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Morrison scores. 2-2 Was wondering when the big line would score 5 on 5.

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10-13-2003, 05:01 PM
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hey May won a fight!

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10-13-2003, 05:02 PM
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Damn Denis is the only reason were not winning right now, he's made plenty of saves on 2-1's and breakaways, damn he's pretty good, but I think we will get to him sooner or later.

May and Shelley had a scrap there.

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10-13-2003, 05:02 PM
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Bertuzzi and Arvedsson 2 on 1 on Denis, and Denis with the save.

And Linden with a clutch defensive play before that.

May fought and shown his toughness.

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10-13-2003, 05:06 PM
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God, stay in the net Cloutier, you can't stick handle, so don't even try, that almost cost us a goal there.

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Good start to the third.

Christ Cloutier almost cost us the game in the 2nd, he should have fought someone and go himself kicked out of the game.

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