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10-28-2003, 06:42 PM
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We really needed that after such a craptacular 2nd period.
That was definitely a buzzer beater, .6 seconds left. Did you see how many people got up and left their seats to head to the beer stands?

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10-28-2003, 06:45 PM
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well I watched the first period, but the lounge TV was usurped by fat chicks who wanted to watch CSI or some crap during intermission.
wow fat chicks, you are quite mature there.

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10-28-2003, 06:51 PM
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Yeah, and don't diss the best show ever. I love my CSI. (though it's probably Navy NCIS they were watching which is also a good show).

Anyway, hopefully the Canucks will play better in the 3rd and someone besides the Sedins will be able to get into their zone. And hopefully we won't self-destruct in the 3rd like we've had a knack for doing the past two weeks.

I think May has played well this game.

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10-28-2003, 06:53 PM
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Yeah, and don't diss the best show ever. I love my CSI. (though it's probably Navy NCIS they were watching which is also a good show).

Anyway, hopefully the Canucks will play better in the 3rd and someone besides the Sedins will be able to get into their zone. And hopefully we won't self-destruct in the 3rd like we've had a knack for doing the past two weeks.

I think May has played well this game.
Hey there is no doubt that Judge Judy is the best show ever

judy: Brent Sopel You stand here accused of falling over the bluelines and causing a great deal of stress. How do you plead.
Sopel: Ugly.

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10-28-2003, 07:28 PM
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My 3 Stars

#1 Chubarov (only b/c Naslund's had his share)
#2 Naslund
#3 Cooke

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10-28-2003, 07:31 PM
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Well the top line came out to play hockey in the 3rd. Nice to see. Naslund helps his stats out with a 4 point effort.

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Well the top line came out to play hockey in the 3rd. Nice to see. Naslund helps his stats out with a 4 point effort.
9 points in total for the top line.

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10-28-2003, 07:32 PM
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well we sorta got that blowout that I called. happened in a bit of an odd way though. personally i'd like to see us not let these sorts of teams back into games, but I'll take the two points anyway

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My 3 Stars

#1 Chubarov (only b/c Naslund's had his share)
#2 Naslund
#3 Cooke
D'oh, I forgot about Arvy.

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10-28-2003, 07:37 PM
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malik +3 tonight, now +11 on the season (far and away the best in the league)

nazzy was +3, now +9 (second in the league)

morrison was +2, now +8 (third in the league)

neat.

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10-28-2003, 07:41 PM
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My three stars:

1. SOPEL (leaves the game, Canucks pick it up dramatically)
Funny. Does that mean that Cloutier gets the #1 star in your book?

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10-28-2003, 07:53 PM
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Hedberg played okay.. wasn't great in my books though but didn't really need to be. Didn't really have a chance on any of the goals although I think his 2nd could've been saved by better positioning as he was cheating the pass.

 
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10-28-2003, 08:13 PM
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What was up with Braithwaite? He made the great saves but couldn't make the more easy ones.

I thought Arverdson played pretty soild tonight. He seems to getting more comfertable out there.

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10-28-2003, 08:20 PM
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6-3 Canucks

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10-28-2003, 09:03 PM
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My three stars:

1. SOPEL (leaves the game, Canucks pick it up dramatically)
2. NASLUND
3. CHUBAROV

i agree with you with Sopel, he helped the team a lot by leaving the ice early tonight.

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i agree with you with Sopel, he helped the team a lot by leaving the ice early tonight.
very true Ralph

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10-28-2003, 09:27 PM
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Weird goals, but Johan is rusty, to be fair if it was Cloutier in net, a lot of people including me will be all over him.
I wonder if Hedberg will start again next game against L.A or Cloutier will get the call.....we will probably find out on game day of Crow's decision

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10-28-2003, 09:43 PM
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i agree with you with Sopel, he helped the team a lot by leaving the ice early tonight.
Sopel is not only brutal Defensively, but what baffles the mind is the support he gets from the Coach!?!?!

Does he have nude pictures of Crow or what?!?! It makes no sense. Allen does something bad he is beched for 3 or 4 games. Sopel does something bad and the coach gives him more ice time?!?!

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10-28-2003, 09:47 PM
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I wonder if Hedberg will start again next game against L.A or Cloutier will get the call.....we will probably find out on game day of Crow's decision
Cloutier will get the start i would think about the Kings, but Canucks face Coyo the day about the Kings, so i can see Crow using Hedberg there.

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Sopel is not only brutal Defensively, but what baffles the mind is the support he gets from the Coach!?!?!

Does he have nude pictures of Crow or what?!?! It makes no sense. Allen does something bad he is beched for 3 or 4 games. Sopel does something bad and the coach gives him more ice time?!?!

I have no idea, but i would be very happy if Sopel can sit out for awhile.

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10-28-2003, 09:50 PM
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Cloutier will get the start i would think about the Kings, but Canucks face Coyo the day about the Kings, so i can see Crow using Hedberg there.
Hedberg is definately playing well for the Canucks so far this season, the same cant be said about Clouts

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I have no idea, but i would be very happy if Sopel can sit out for awhile.
yeah, the Canucks seem to look like a stronger team without Sopel on the ice....perhaps Slegr can play more since Sopel has a groin injury, which may not be a bad thing

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yeah, the Canucks seem to look like a stronger team without Sopel on the ice....perhaps Slegr can play more since Sopel has a groin injury, which may not be a bad thing

Bryan Berard? But Burke denied that today. For the most parts, Malik, Salo, Ohlund and Jovo are just so solid on the defensive end. Allen is ok with limited ice-time. Slegr and Sopel are kinda the weak spots. i guess 5 out of 6 aint bad. Although if Canucks can add one more quality defensive defenceman to the Top 4, than WOW that will be a hell of a defensive core.

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[QUOTE=MVP]Bryan Berard? But Burke denied that today.

Burke also said that "Kevin Weekes is the goalie of the future"

never believe a lawyer, or in this case a former lawyer

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Bryan Berard? But Burke denied that today. For the most parts, Malik, Salo, Ohlund and Jovo are just so solid on the defensive end. Allen is ok with limited ice-time. Slegr and Sopel are kinda the weak spots. i guess 5 out of 6 aint bad. Although if Canucks can add one more quality defensive defenceman to the Top 4, than WOW that will be a hell of a defensive core.
Jovo is solid in the defensive end? I dunno, he's been out of position and giving the puck a little too regular like for me to call him solid defensively. I like him alot, and he is dam exciting, but he craps out several times a game, and it often costs the Nucks goals. That said, he scores more than he screws up, so behind every cloud...

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