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11-25-2003, 08:04 AM
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Stltoday.com has an article about Osgood and how well he fits with the Blues team as a whole. It talks of his earning some respect around the league as one of the better goalies to play.

The Blues are also trying to earn that respect around the league as one of the better teams in the NHL.

My question is this:
If the Blues go through Vancouver, Colorado and Detroit in the playoffs and then beat New Jersey in the Cup finals, do you think that they will get any respect from the league for winning? Or will it be a fluke like Vancouver a few years ago, or Anaheim last year?

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11-25-2003, 08:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Blueski
Stltoday.com has an article about Osgood and how well he fits with the Blues team as a whole. It talks of his earning some respect around the league as one of the better goalies to play.

The Blues are also trying to earn that respect around the league as one of the better teams in the NHL.

My question is this:
If the Blues go through Vancouver, Colorado and Detroit in the playoffs and then beat New Jersey in the Cup finals, do you think that they will get any respect from the league for winning? Or will it be a fluke like Vancouver a few years ago, or Anaheim last year?
Yes, they'd get respect. The Blues are accepted as a 2nd tier team. Anaheim was not.

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Originally Posted by Blueski
Stltoday.com has an article about Osgood and how well he fits with the Blues team as a whole. It talks of his earning some respect around the league as one of the better goalies to play.

The Blues are also trying to earn that respect around the league as one of the better teams in the NHL.

My question is this:
If the Blues go through Vancouver, Colorado and Detroit in the playoffs and then beat New Jersey in the Cup finals, do you think that they will get any respect from the league for winning? Or will it be a fluke like Vancouver a few years ago, or Anaheim last year?
Most experts will probably be hesitant to give us respect, but it has been that way for a while so frankly dont let it bother you who gives a ****.

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11-25-2003, 11:59 AM
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Don't know about anyone else...but I've always liked and respected the Blues and hope that they will win the Cup (just not at the Devils' expense, of course).
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Good Luck!

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