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11-06-2003, 03:17 PM
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I think the defenceman were just as much to blame as Salo for the goal. Neither hustled back at all.. there is no way Hossa should be the first man to that puck! :mad: Man, it looked like the Senators gained a lot of momentum from that goal as well!
Bad play by the dmen for sure... but Salo didn't play the puck well at all. Actually, he never has been more than average at handling the puck... but at least he could have shot it up past Hossa and not into the boards.

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Tommy went out and played the puck into the corner, and Hossa beat everyone to it and banked it in off Salo.
Tommy put it essentially right on Hossa's stick, no one had a decent chance to get to that puck. Like was said, for a veteran goalie, that play was just plain STUPID. Momentum gone, Ottawa is awake, we've gone from 9-3 in shots to 11-10. What does that do to your bench? Watching your goalie do that........yuck.

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11-06-2003, 03:18 PM
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I think the defenceman were just as much to blame as Salo for the goal. Neither of them stuck close to Hossa at all! :mad: Man, it looked like the Senators gained a lot of momentum from that goal as well!
Still Salo needs to look past his defencemen and see Hossa flying in...

Though I am not really sure at what Brewer was waiting for, I mean it isn't like the Senators can't skate.

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11-06-2003, 03:19 PM
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Tommy put it essentially right on Hossa's stick, no one had a decent chance to get to that puck. Like was said, for a veteran goalie, that play was just plain STUPID. Momentum gone, Ottawa is awake, we've gone from 9-3 in shots to 11-10. What does that do to your bench? Watching your goalie do that........yuck.
The Shots were 9-6 before that goal... but anyways...

Brewer wasn't even moving his feet... tough to say that no one had a chance at it, seeing as the only player to get to it was the only player who was skating.

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11-06-2003, 03:21 PM
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Well, it looks the sens finally made a game out of it after the goal. Should be a good second period.

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11-06-2003, 03:22 PM
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Best line of the first period is definitely RPM... no question. They were skating out there and creating turnovers against the Alfredsson line. The Horcoff, Smyth, Hemsky line still isn't doing much out there.

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11-06-2003, 03:23 PM
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I'm not gonna get on Tommy about that one. It was a bad choice, but he's had a pretty good period.

Oilers were doing alot of good garbage collecting for the first half of the period. They seemed to have a little more trouble getting in close in the second half of the period.

I'm upset it's not 1-0 still after one period. But I'm glad they are not playing from behind with THIS club thus far. Sens started to skate finally after they scored. I don't want to see what the Sens will play like with the lead tonight.

Oilers need a big energy goal to start the period. They need to get in close on the goalie and rattle him some more.

Bang it out and garbage collect in the other end. I like that they are not getting fancy with impossible outlet passes. I like that they're throwing anything at the net.

Win ugly....

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Still Salo needs to look past his defencemen and see Hossa flying in...
Meh I agree.. it was a terrible play by Salo. It's only the first period though, I thought Tommy played well besides that one glitch.. hopefully the boys will come out hard next period and keep getting shots on Prusek. I'm really not sold on his ability myself.. I thought he looked pretty shaky throughout the first.

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11-06-2003, 03:27 PM
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Still Salo needs to look past his defencemen and see Hossa flying in...

Though I am not really sure at what Brewer was waiting for, I mean it isn't like the Senators can't skate.
Like I've often said, it's like Brewer has a depth perception problem or something. He's always lets forwards get right on top of him before he feels a sense of urgency in his own zone. Alot of his costly turn-overs.....ie Forsberg.

Then there's the shots off the glass on the PP all the time. Anyone see this guy in civi's? Was he wearing glasses?

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11-06-2003, 03:31 PM
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Rachunek and White are both out for the rest of the game because of injuries...

Rachunek's back, and White's shoulder.

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11-06-2003, 03:33 PM
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Like I've often said, it's like Brewer has a depth perception problem or something. He's always lets forwards get right on top of him before he feels a sense of urgency in his own zone. Alot of his costly turn-overs.....ie Forsberg.
Play him with Semenov. Trust me. His play gets so much more confident and intelligent with Semenov on the other side. Don't ask me why it works but it does. One of hockey's little wonders.

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11-06-2003, 03:34 PM
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I can't beleive Smytty hit the friggin crossbar...

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11-06-2003, 03:37 PM
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great save by Salo on Hossa on the breakaway

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11-06-2003, 03:39 PM
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Wow... that was a nice pass by redden (i think)...

Nice stop by Salo.

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11-06-2003, 03:40 PM
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great save by Salo on Hossa on the breakaway
Where was Brewer on the play? Changing? I saw Cross on the other side of the ice. And Reasoner, Moreau were behind Hossa. Where was the other d partner?

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11-06-2003, 03:41 PM
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oh man, someone needs to take Horcoff away from the top line before he drags Smyth and Hemsky into a slump. They're not doing squat diddly.

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11-06-2003, 03:42 PM
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TWO great saves by Salo!

See all the room Tommy gave Hossa on his glove side?

I think he's on.


Oilers are playing this first half of the second in their own end too much though.

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11-06-2003, 03:46 PM
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oh man, someone needs to take Horcoff away from the top line before he drags Smyth and Hemsky into a slump. They're not doing squat diddly.
That isn't really that fair to Horcoff. Smyth and Hemsky are both struggling at the moment and I doubt it's all due to Horcoff's presence.

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11-06-2003, 03:48 PM
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Yikes. Poor poor goal.

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11-06-2003, 03:50 PM
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Hossa gone now. The Sens are dropping like frikkin flys tonite!

Roll the lines with quick changes and wear em down?

Oilers need to capitalize on this.

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Hossa gone now. The Sens are dropping like frikkin flys tonite!

Roll the lines with quick changes and wear em down?

Oilers need to capitalize on this.
Hossa back on the bench now


bad play by Staois to try to keep the puck in

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11-06-2003, 03:52 PM
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2 goals down against the Senators.

Not good....

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11-06-2003, 03:59 PM
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Staios made an incredibly un-Steve-like play there. You never force that pass on the PP when there's a forward up top for the opposition. Bad play, not sure what he was thinkin. As the other d-man, in this case Bergeron, you're just furious after somethin like that.

Moreau scores. 3-2.

And c'mon already...get Horcoff off that line. Double Sarno if you have to...geez...

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finally good play and effort by Moreau 3-2 sens

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