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10-25-2003, 09:34 AM
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Koivu's not playing tonight

http://www.rds.ca/cgi-bin/nouvelles?...n&sport=#90324

Not playing tonight, unlikely for Monday.

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Not playing tonight, unlikely for Monday.

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this is getting weirdier and weirdier.. why? he has been skating with the team for so long now.. if its a serious injury why continue to skate with the team?? i dont get it.. something really weird is happening.. i wonder what..

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10-25-2003, 10:29 AM
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I think he's just posponed by management

as it seems CJ really want to test Ribeiro as much as he can before making final decision on who plays where, as team is on role right now and if he doesn't come 100% ready, he'll look out of place and maybe slow and we'll have tough week ahead and we need him ready for that.

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10-25-2003, 10:32 AM
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I agree with Mike Komisarek on that... playing in game situations is completely different. I'd rather we be safe than sorry.

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Why is it weird? Skating is one thing, but playing with physical contact, and playing at full speed on an injured knee that isn't fully healed is just plain dangerous.
That's definatly not weird. I think he's talking about the fact that for two weeks now, after every single game, both the management and Saku say he'll be ready for next game, and next thing you know: he's not in the line up. That's pretty weird. I don't care if it's a long-term injury, but why are we told it's only a matter of days every time?

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bg has something brewing i can smell it.

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It's weird because Koivu told us that he would had probably played the first game of the year, and that at each game he says he's not ready. It's also weird because I think BG is preparing something.

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Great Hainsey out and Bouillon in. Don't see the thinking in this. Also Hainsey scored against the Sens. Bouillon is too small down low,and gets continually beat. Oh well....

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bg has something brewing i can smell it.
and what is that....at trade with Saku?

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It's getting ridiculous now. They should tell us he's not going to come back before december, so we wouldn't be pissed every game night when we learn he won't play.

I want Koivu to come back. We need him to cut off Juneau's line's icetime and create more offense while being really good defensively. Yes, Koivu is a GREAT backchecker if you ask me.

My two cents!

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I seen Koivu on tv and he was flying around the ice like he was injury free.. I think Bob has a trick up his sleeve, something BIGG!

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Bye Saku. Nice to know you're trying hard to get back but, honestly, we don't need you. We're doing just fine without you. Do the numbers 5 and 2 mean anything to you? Good riddance. We're doing just find without you.

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Bouillon in .. Koivu , Hainsey out wtf

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Bouillon in .. Koivu , Hainsey out wtf
Ottawa is one of the best team of the ligue ; it is normal to play Bouillon because he have more experience...

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Ottawa is one of the best team of the ligue ; it is normal to play Bouillon because he have more experience...
Dhykuis has more experience and he won't play . It not like Bouillon was an NHL Veteran he played only 1 complete season in 99-00 .... and only 150 gfames in his carrer

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Bye Saku. Nice to know you're trying hard to get back but, honestly, we don't need you. We're doing just fine without you. Do the numbers 5 and 2 mean anything to you? Good riddance. We're doing just find without you.
I don't get how someone in their right mind could possibly say something like that.

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I never liked you, now i just lost all respect for you, bye.
bye bye , no one will **** on our captain !

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Why hate me because of Koivu's decision not to play? I didn't make the decision. Practically all his career he has been injured in some manner and this FACT has prevented him from becoming the superstar he could have become. My fault? No. He plays bigger than he can handle. If he put more focus on putting points on the board rather than being physica, which he should leave to the bigger players, he would easily in the Art Ross trophy. The proof comes in the one season he got lead the league in points before being injured and out for the season. Again, not my fault.

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10-25-2003, 04:29 PM
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I never liked you, now i just lost all respect for you, bye.
How can you respect someone you don't like? I'm just giving my opinion. It's hardly fair to judge me as a person just because you disagree with one thing I say, isn't it?

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10-25-2003, 04:41 PM
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do the number 6 and 2 mean anything to you ? face it we need Saku . We don't 'hate' you cause Koivu don't play .... but this comment really piss me off .

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Bye Saku. Nice to know you're trying hard to get back but, honestly, we don't need you. We're doing just fine without you. Do the numbers 5 and 2 mean anything to you? Good riddance. We're doing just find without you.
Wake up dude

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Why hate me because of Koivu's decision not to play? I didn't make the decision. Practically all his career he has been injured in some manner and this FACT has prevented him from becoming the superstar he could have become. My fault? No. He plays bigger than he can handle. If he put more focus on putting points on the board rather than being physica, which he should leave to the bigger players, he would easily in the Art Ross trophy. The proof comes in the one season he got lead the league in points before being injured and out for the season. Again, not my fault.
How does it not surprise me you don't get it again. We reacted about what you said, not about Saku's decision.

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10-25-2003, 07:56 PM
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How does it not surprise me you don't get it again. We reacted about what you said, not about Saku's decision.
Well I wish they would just tell us exactly how long he is going to be out of the lineup rather than waiting until game day and saying,"Oh he's not going to play today, maybe next game, maybe not!"

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Well I wish they would just tell us exactly how long he is going to be out of the lineup rather than waiting until game day and saying,"Oh he's not going to play today, maybe next game, maybe not!"
How is that your problem all of the sudden?

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