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04-26-2006, 08:33 AM
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The View From The Tampa Papers

A Brutal Beating

Sens answer Dingman

General view of the playoffs

A look at Paul Ranger who playing very well for Tampa.

What momentum?

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04-26-2006, 08:57 AM
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I'm surprised how negative some of the viewpoints are.

It's just one game and it's just 2-1 in the series.

Overall though, I'm impressed that they didn't sink to the level of turning Neil into a caricature.

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Well you have to take it one game at a time during the playoffs. So one bad game = travesty of epic proportions every time.

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Great Quote from one of the articles :

"They were deadly," Lightning center Brad Richards said. "They were dangerous."

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Paul Ranger has been incredibly impressive. I'd never even heard of the guy before this season.

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04-26-2006, 09:45 AM
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Paul Ranger has been incredibly impressive. I'd never even heard of the guy before this season.
Yah. He's a rookie.

Wasn't he the victim of a vicious hit earlier in the year? Maybe against Atlanta?

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04-26-2006, 09:59 AM
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Wasn't he the victim of a vicious hit earlier in the year? Maybe against Atlanta?
Yeah, it was Atlanta "agitator" Eric Boulton.

I wonder what btn thinks of him.

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Yeah, it was Atlanta "agitator" Eric Boulton.

I wonder what btn thinks of him.
Hello

Definitely a cheapshot hit on Ranger, elbow right to the jaw. He served his suspension and if I recall answered the bell vs. Tampa.

Suprised at Rangers form, he never really stood out to me in any of the Tampa/Atlanta games. You never know who is going to step up their game in the playoffs though.

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04-26-2006, 10:24 AM
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I'm actually really caught off guard by how negative these are. When the Sens lose you can be sure that the media around Ottawa tries to sugar-coat it to rebuild confidence and up morale around the city.

This route may not be entirely appealing for anyone outside Ottawa as it makes us look like we are always coming up with excuses, but really - it helps to give a glimmer of hope when the team is down.

These articles are just entirely favouring the Senators, when you would think that they would want to pardon it.

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I'm actually really caught off guard by how negative these are. When the Sens lose you can be sure that the media around Ottawa tries to sugar-coat it to rebuild confidence and up morale around the city.

This route may not be entirely appealing for anyone outside Ottawa as it makes us look like we are always coming up with excuses, but really - it helps to give a glimmer of hope when the team is down.

These articles are just entirely favouring the Senators, when you would think that they would want to pardon it.
Nice avatar ... I love the way Mike Fisher plays hockey and Martin Havlat. Both players have fans on the edge of their seats when they get the puck in high gear.

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Nice avatar ... I love the way Mike Fisher plays hockey and Martin Havlat. Both players have fans on the edge of their seats when they get the puck in high gear.
Yeah, he is pretty neat.

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