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11-01-2003, 09:02 AM
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Why is Stevens fighting? So he won the fight, Colorado wins that battle with only Konawalchuk going out. Thank God it is only 2 minutes.

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2-2 game

Devils get some payback on the 2nd power play. Gomez gets his first of the season. Him and Elias are playing strong in this one.

 
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11-01-2003, 09:14 AM
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Devils get some payback on the 2nd power play. Gomez gets his first of the season. Him and Elias are playing strong in this one.
Give Schwabby the assist on that one too for getting Rafy's stick back to him on the PP. Great goal!

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11-01-2003, 09:18 AM
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Why is Stevens fighting? So he won the fight, Colorado wins that battle with only Konawalchuk going out. Thank God it is only 2 minutes.
I like it when Stevens and White play with more of an edge to their game. Stevenson is doing his part in this one as well.

 
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11-01-2003, 09:20 AM
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I like it when Stevens and White play with more of an edge to their game. Stevenson is doing his part in this one as well.
I completely agree with you, but Stevens usually does this by bringing the big hits. I don't want Stevens fighting unless we are down by 3 or more goals -- otherwise we lose one of our best defensemen. If White wants to fight, I'm all for it. He is good but not the defenseman Stevens is.

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11-01-2003, 09:22 AM
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Double minor to Gomez. This will be the turning point in this game one way or the other, imo.

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11-01-2003, 09:25 AM
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Great kill! Gomez, keep your friggin cool. Devils played very well on that PK to dodge the bullet.

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11-01-2003, 09:28 AM
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Great kill! Gomez, keep your friggin cool. Devils played very well on that PK to dodge the bullet.
That was a bad penalty. I think Gomez went after the wrong guy (Skoula) after he was spun around.

 
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11-01-2003, 09:51 AM
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Question.

1. Whose in net? I've seen Schwab here, but Yahoo! says Brodeur


Note: Rafalski is have a great season so far (point wise).

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11-01-2003, 09:53 AM
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Question.

1. Whose in net? I've seen Schwab here, but Yahoo! says Brodeur


Note: Rafalski is have a great season so far (point wise).
Brodeur is NJDB. Listen to the game live on NHL radio:

http://nhl.com/intheslot/listen/radio/index.html

Rafalski seems to be taking his offensive game to the next level with the early season talk of Niedermayer making a run for Norris.

 
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11-01-2003, 10:00 AM
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Brodeur is NJDB. Listen to the game live on NHL radio:

http://nhl.com/intheslot/listen/radio/index.html

Rafalski seems to be taking his offensive game to the next level with the early season talk of Niedermayer making a run for Norris.
Thanks for the infomation Unthinkable.

I just got up after a late night of gaming.

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11-01-2003, 10:01 AM
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What a great goal. Colin White with the go ahead goal. Turner Stevenson and Mike Rupp were both awesome on that shift. Rupp did a Todd Bertuzzi one hand on the stick power behind the net with a player draped on him move that was just sweet.

 
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11-01-2003, 10:03 AM
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What a great goal. Colin White with the go ahead goal. Turner Stevenson and Mike Rupp were both awesome on that shift. Rupp did a Todd Bertuzzi one hand on the stick power behind the net with a player draped on him move that was just sweet.
Sweet! I'm beginning to like this 4th line more and more.

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11-01-2003, 10:06 AM
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Unfortunate turnover in the Devils zone and Milan Hejduk fires one in to even the score. I think it was Gionta who messed up passing the puck right onto an Avs stick.

 
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11-01-2003, 10:08 AM
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Man...so many weak errors early this year.

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Friesen scores from just outside the right faceoff circle. Rupp again with another nice play to make it happen.

 
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Stolen by Friesen!! GOAL!

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4-3 Devils win

Jeff Friesen almost had an empty netter at the tail end. Great win against a team many consider to be the Stanley Cup Champs this year. I strongly believe our physical play today had a lot to do with this team getting the two points. Devils are sending the right messages to other teams with these last two wins.

Stevens, White, Stevenson, Rupp, and Rasmussen all were big factors.

 
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11-01-2003, 10:19 AM
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It's nice to know NJ can play a defensive game, or like today, run and gun.

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11-01-2003, 10:33 AM
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Listening to the game on radio, sounded like the Devils played a solid all around game and that the score really wasn't indicative of how well the Devils played. Elias sounds like he is playing up to his full capabilities right now. 3 wins a row...

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New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur makes a save on a shot by Colorado Avalanche's Milan Hejduk (23), of the Czech Republic, during the second period Saturday, Nov. 1, 2003, in East Rutherford, N.J.
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Colorado Avalanche goaltender David Aebischer of Switzerland makes a save during the first period against the New Jersey Devils Saturday, Nov. 1, 2003, in East Rutherford, N.J.
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Tremendous game by the Devils, the team's character is really showing through in how hard they are working.

The Elias-Gomez-Gionta is cycling well and has a ton of chemistry. It's amazing to watch, especially considering how awful the Elias-Gomez-Marshall line was this year.

Unfortunately, Gionta did pass the puck to Tanguay, which led to the Hedjuk goal. The goal really seemed to deflate the Devils, I guess they're still spooked by how they've blown leads this season.

The most exciting thing about this game was Burn putting Friesen on the Rupp line, which led to the GWG. I hope Burn keeps Friesen with Rupp, he can't use his speed when he's on a line with Larionov. Rupp has elevated his game and the streaky Freisen may finally be starting to heat up. I'm not sure who they should play with...

It's strange, I looked up "splarkplug" and there was a picture of Turner Stevenson. :p

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11-01-2003, 04:27 PM
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The most exciting thing about this game was Burn putting Friesen on the Rupp line, which led to the GWG. I hope Burn keeps Friesen with Rupp, he can't use his speed when he's on a line with Larionov. Rupp has elevated his game and the streaky Freisen may finally be starting to heat up. I'm not sure who they should play with...
Great point about Friesen and Larionov. I think its maybe time for a temporary Friesen-Rupp-Langenbrunner line just to kickstart the play of Jamie Langenbrunner, although it would detract from whats working pretty well with Turner Stevenson playing alongside Mike Rupp. The loss of Joe Nieuwendyk really seems to be impacting his offense more then anyone else on the team. I think Langs misses his old center and good friend quite a bit same as Elias did.

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It's strange, I looked up "splarkplug" and there was a picture of Turner Stevenson. :p
Thats funny. I looked up Turner Stevenson on Google and found a picture of this:




 
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Thats funny. I looked up Turner Stevenson on Google and found a picture of this:



I did the same, I found this for some reason:

<img src=http://www.horsecity.com/club/images/cash.jpg>

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11-01-2003, 05:51 PM
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I did the same, I found this for some reason:

Stevenson's a horse owning chick? Who knew?!?

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