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04-26-2006, 11:56 PM
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i think i am running a fever, please someone let me know if i was hollucinating or not. Did Savage dominate the first period tonight or was it just me? He seemed to be everywhere all the time on every play, and it was his goal that really lifted the flyers and put them in the game. I hate Brian Savage, but tonight i must give him credit by saying he was awesome

oh and maybe we should look into signing campbell and mccabe they both seem to have a knack for giving the flyers goals in the playoffs lol (hopefully campbell can keep up his good work, i know they are allready changing his #1 on the playoff debut's list to his goal against his own goalie tonight! lol)

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he played a really solid game, he seemed to have a TON of ice time tonight. He's one guy thats at least always defensively responsible and doesn't turn the puck over in our own zone often if at all.

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I wonder if he's playing like this for his brother.

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Savage definitely played well tonite. The goal he scored was HUGE. Big hits. Just everywhere on the ice.

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Savage has been great since being put on the PK and the PK, in turn, has been much better for it.

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Savage played a good game...Desjardins finally had one too...

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Savage played a good game...Desjardins finally had one too...
you have to be kidding about Rico... he was absolutely BRUTAL. he had about 5 consecutive passes that led directly to turnovers at one point.

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Savage totally stepped up last night. Awesome.

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you have to be kidding about Rico... he was absolutely BRUTAL. he had about 5 consecutive passes that led directly to turnovers at one point.
Yeah, I can count at least 4 times when I screamed his name at the TV. Pierre McGuire kept going on about needing a right-handed shot on the point with the PP and I figure that's the only real reason Rico is still on the team. His goose is not only cooked, but it's getting crispy.

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Yeah, I can count at least 4 times when I screamed his name at the TV. Pierre McGuire kept going on about needing a right-handed shot on the point with the PP and I figure that's the only real reason Rico is still on the team. His goose is not only cooked, but it's getting crispy.
i think we rely on him too much... and that leads to problems. this comes back to the fact that we really miss Johnsson who would be the guy out there with Hatcher if he wasn't hurt... i like Rico and i think he's still effective when used properly, but playing 20/25+ minutes a night is too much for him at this point.

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04-27-2006, 11:43 AM
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Savage is a very effective player when he is put in a checking role...he kind of reminds me of Paul Ranheim. He is a good penalty killer and solid in his own zone, but his offense is quite lacking (although i am very happy he netted one last night)

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