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09-30-2006, 04:55 PM
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Jimmy Bonneau totally beats up Dominic D'Amour in a fight.

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DeMoore (sp?) got DESTROYED by Bonneau. That sounded good

EDIT - Holy Milroy of Fire. Duncan gets his second of the night, sounds like Chip gets another assist (3rd of the night i think)

Marlies now score 6-2


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09-30-2006, 05:13 PM
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Goal for Milroy 6-1 Dogs
6-2 now Marlies score right after.

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Chipchura and Milroy seem to have good chemistry.

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09-30-2006, 05:15 PM
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Milroy and Chippy appear to have some chemistry together; two Western boys. Hopefully Duncan rediscovers his scoring touch.

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Aubin went 5 hole to beat Pogge. 7-2

Another PP to the Dogs. Something like the 10th hooking penalty to the marlies tonight

HAMILTON BULLDOGS WIN 7-2

Well done Bulldogs on your first win of the pre-season. Great job tonight, helped by the fact that shooting on Pogge high glove-side was close to a sure thing and they decided to spread their team out on two benches for the duration of the game, one either side of the ice.

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09-30-2006, 05:22 PM
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Great game by the Dogs.

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09-30-2006, 05:26 PM
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lmao pogge, good for chipchura

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Jimmy Bonneau totally beats up Dominic D'Amour in a fight.
Dominic D'Amour is a lover......not a fighter.

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09-30-2006, 05:27 PM
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Toronto's "goalie of the future" being lit up like a Christmas tree at the 'lowly' AHL level - gotta love it. Perhaps the Laff homers at Sportsnet will stop lamenting about how Toronto has too many great goalies in the system.

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09-30-2006, 05:28 PM
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Dominic D'Amour is a lover......not a fighter.
this created laughter within.

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LoL great avatar by the way.

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chipchura seems to have improved vastly over the summer.

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09-30-2006, 05:31 PM
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Toronto's "goalie of the future" being lit up like a Christmas tree at the 'lowly' AHL level - gotta love it. Perhaps the Laff homers at Sportsnet will stop lamenting about how Toronto has too many great goalies in the system.
Sounded like he put it all together for about 15-20 minutes, end of 1st, start of the second. But the rest of the time he sounded unconvincing. Wouldn't mind seeing the list of penalties his team took though. They must have spent close to half the game in the box. You can't fairly judge a goalie in such circumstances in the pre-season.

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09-30-2006, 07:44 PM
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Yup the Dogs had 10PP , the Marlies 5.

Lapierre named 1st star with 2goals!

http://www.hamiltonbulldogs.com/inde...isplay&nid=343

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Toronto's "goalie of the future" being lit up like a Christmas tree at the 'lowly' AHL level - gotta love it. Perhaps the Laff homers at Sportsnet will stop lamenting about how Toronto has too many great goalies in the system.
False. They had too many great goalies in the system......at least until Rask left....

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Sounded like he put it all together for about 15-20 minutes, end of 1st, start of the second. But the rest of the time he sounded unconvincing. Wouldn't mind seeing the list of penalties his team took though. They must have spent close to half the game in the box. You can't fairly judge a goalie in such circumstances in the pre-season.

That wouldn't stop the Laffs fans to talk that way about Price if that happened.....Come on, let us have some fun now until it last.....Pogge will be a good one, but not Brodeur-Roy and Kiprusoff all in the same guy, even we can't say Price will turn out that way.....

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Bulldogs will be unveiling new home and away uniforms for this season on Wednesday.

Supposedly they're pretty cool. They are independent from the Habs jerseys, but at the same time have a tie-in to the affiliation.

I was at the game in Syracuse on Friday night and they wore the 3rd jersey. They are like last year's 3rd jersey, but blue on the top and bottom. The middle has a white large stripe and two small blue stripes.

I know they ran a contest last year to design a jersey for this year. I forget which one won the contest.

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