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11-03-2006, 07:52 PM
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Habs an example of Speedy new NHL

Here's an interesting article that interviews Trevor Timmins (Habs Scout) who talks about the emphasis on skating and mentions some of our players including Latendresse and Komisarek. http://faceoffmagazine dot com/articles.asp?articleid=2408

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Here's an interesting article that interviews Trevor Timmins (Habs Scout) who talks about the emphasis on skating and mentions some of our players including Latendresse and Komisarek. http://faceoffmagazine dot com/articles.asp?articleid=2408
fix your link.

A dot in a link is this . not "dot"

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I don't think HF allows you to link directly to Faceoff Magazine for whatever reason, hence the intentionally broken link.

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I don't think HF allows you to link directly to Faceoff Magazine for whatever reason, hence the intentionally broken link.
I have no idea why the links don't work to that site. It's a reliable site with no viruses and such. Maybe HFBoards has a deal with TSN or something where you're not suppose to link to any hockey news sites

That's why I break the link up. People are smart enough to figure it out.

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Never having seen him play, will Corey Locks trade potential (if there ever was one) increase with the new NHL rules? Or is he still to slow? Thanks

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