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01-06-2006, 12:32 AM
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It's just you... that WAS the first 60 minute effort they've SUCCESSFULLY pulled off in about 4 years...
thus marks the beginning of a new 328 season plan...

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I have been waiting for a shut out all season and I knew Garon would get one eventually because of the way he has been playing. That was solid 60 minutes of hockey!

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Holy Crap, Osprey praised Corvo and Dempsey in the same thread <faints>

Great game! Kings are rolling!

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With Luc finally getting back into his game, why would you want him to retire? He started off the year as well as anyone on the team, and the broken leg really set him back. Like I've been saying, once he's over that, it's going to be the Luc we know.

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Great game, but what in the world were Grebeshkov and Corvo doing playing so much (together, no less) in the waning minutes of the game? No wonder the team didn't have a shutout until tonight. Anyways, though, it's great for the team to get its first shutout. I'm quite happy for Garon. That save he had the 1st was phenomenal.
obviously trying to rest vis and matty...

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Even saying Luc should retire right now is disrespectful in my opinion. I mean it's Luc for Christ's sake.

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Great game tonight. Corvo with a PP Goal!! That's mad bragging rights for me and Kingz4Life over Reaper, and Osprey.

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Great game tonight. Corvo with a PP Goal!! That's mad bragging rights for me and Kingz4Life over Reaper, and Osprey.
Trade him

Our whole defense was awesome tonight. Grebs looked tentative out their at times but he didn't look lost. Dempsey had a very good game IMO.

Kepp it up guys!

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Garon earns the #3 NHL Star for his efforts.

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Way to go Mathieu!!

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I've recently restrained my whip on Joe Corvo. I suggest everyone else does too. He may have been subpar at the start of the year, and not so reliable defensively, but his offensive skills make it worth it.

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I've recently restrained my whip on Joe Corvo. I suggest everyone else does too. He may have been subpar at the start of the year, and not so reliable defensively, but his offensive skills make it worth it.
He has been solid all season long IMO. I have no fear with him controlling the puck anymore and no one mentions this guys toughness. He got hit by the puck in his face and suffered a broken nose but he came right back into the game. During last nights game he got elbowed in the face and fell down and he got right back up. Those are things that impress me and show me that he loves playing and I want guys like that on the Kings.

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