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11-07-2006, 11:45 PM
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Good thing Bob's book is already out, because it would have been re-submitted to the publisher with an additional "tale" after tonight!

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11-07-2006, 11:49 PM
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Avery

This is the second interview I have seen with Avery this season and both times he just came off as someone who is not very tactful and just blurts out the first thing that come to mind.

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11-07-2006, 11:50 PM
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Well, Sean Avery... you either love him or you hate him, and despite two goals tonight, there was nothing to love after he completely disgraced himself with that post-game comment. What an a--!

Stupid NHL, Budaj gets the loss and not Theodore. So dumb.

Good news: Kings are 1-0-0 without Derek Armstrong in the lineup.

yeah that's pretty bad... they do need to do something about that rule. I understand the whole "they scored the winning goal against Budaj" thing but c'mon

crazy win but I'll take it. Cloutier finally equals his OT Loss total (2, wow!!), and GAA and SV% get even worse yet it's a win on the road in hostile surroundings. wow.

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11-07-2006, 11:51 PM
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I think Sopel is turning into the next Miller...

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11-08-2006, 12:03 AM
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well he was a UFA before the start of the year.

yeah and the Kings drafted him and he played his first 12 years here...

that's almost like not giving the Kings credit for Luc Robitaille. sure Blake's getting nearer the end of his career but in the end he'll be listed as one of the franchise greats. not that I'm a big fan anymore but hey gotta recognize

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11-08-2006, 12:07 AM
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This is the second interview I have seen with Avery this season and both times he just came off as someone who is not very tactful and just blurts out the first thing that come to mind.

I missed the start of the interview, he seemed very calm and gave all the "right" answers to the questions I saw. what the heck did he say???

maybe that's his way of joking with the guys in the booth who knows. I gotta know, Bob is a legend

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11-08-2006, 12:36 AM
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yeah and the Kings drafted him and he played his first 12 years here...

that's almost like not giving the Kings credit for Luc Robitaille. sure Blake's getting nearer the end of his career but in the end he'll be listed as one of the franchise greats. not that I'm a big fan anymore but hey gotta recognize
I just meant to outline what DT has been building, and DL is going to build with.

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11-08-2006, 01:00 AM
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I think Sopel is turning into the next Miller...
huh?

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11-08-2006, 01:12 AM
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huh?
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11-08-2006, 01:27 AM
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LOL I was gonna say..... Miller is in a class of his own though.

Sopel though, minus this 'injury' has had a great season!

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11-08-2006, 02:35 AM
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The other day I saw Andrew Raycroft interviewed on the ice after being named the first star. The last question asked was something to the effect of: "This is your eighth win this year; you only had eight all of last year; I guess a fresh start and a healthy body was just what the doctor ordered?"

His response: "Yeah; thanks for bringing that up again." Then he skates away.
I saw that, too. I fricking loved it.

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11-08-2006, 03:04 AM
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"Getting the breakaway short-handed seemed to lift our spirits a little bit," Kings coach Marc Crawford said. "We got some big saves from our goalie, so the second was our best period by far. We shot the puck very well, and whether that was a reflection of great shots or subpar goaltending, it was a game tonight where the shooters were good and the chances were plentiful.

"Thankfully, we capitalized on a few more than they did."

Is he really giving cloutier the credit for this win? And in the same breath saying theodore was subpar? lol wow...

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11-08-2006, 03:21 AM
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"Getting the breakaway short-handed seemed to lift our spirits a little bit," Kings coach Marc Crawford said. "We got some big saves from our goalie, so the second was our best period by far. We shot the puck very well, and whether that was a reflection of great shots or subpar goaltending, it was a game tonight where the shooters were good and the chances were plentiful.

"Thankfully, we capitalized on a few more than they did."

Is he really giving cloutier the credit for this win? And in the same breath saying theodore was subpar? lol wow...
I find it comical that he criticized Theo too...but I think it's clear from his statements that he was asked about the second period-a period in which Cloutier played very well.

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The Kings are finally starting to score a lot of goals. They're giving them up too, the trials and tribulations of a young team.

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