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12-09-2006, 04:19 PM
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12/09 - Kings vs Snowballs @ Staples Center


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12-09-2006, 04:22 PM
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5-2 avs

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I wonder how many goals Miller - Blake - Norstrom will be on the ice for today.

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12-09-2006, 04:40 PM
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Please, don't mention Miller.

Please.

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12-09-2006, 05:02 PM
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I wonder how many goals Miller - Blake - Norstrom will be on the ice for today.
Considering that is half our Defense and that Blake plays with Visnovsky, Miller paired up with Weaver, and Norstrom with Harrold so if nothing changes with Crawford's lines and or puts Dallman in. I'd say there is a 90-100% chance one of Miller Blake and Norstrom will be out for every opponent Goal.

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Miller paired with Weaver......................

thank`s God for the possibility to experience that...........

both of them invent the Slowness new.......

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12-09-2006, 06:12 PM
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I expect the Kings to put forth at least as much effort as they did on Adam Deadmarsh night . . . by the way is any player being given an oil painting of a mountain before the game?

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I don't think the Kings have a "Snowballs" chance in Hell of winning this game.

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12-09-2006, 08:15 PM
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Considering that is half our Defense and that Blake plays with Visnovsky, Miller paired up with Weaver, and Norstrom with Harrold so if nothing changes with Crawford's lines and or puts Dallman in. I'd say there is a 90-100% chance one of Miller Blake and Norstrom will be out for every opponent Goal.
Let's not ruin things by interjecting logic. If he were to think things through before posting, we'd never hear from him.

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12-09-2006, 08:52 PM
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I don't think the Kings have a "Snowballs" chance in Hell of winning this game.


so seriously, is the A team or the C team showing up tonight?

the A team would beat the av's. The C team would lose by 2 goals.

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12-09-2006, 09:11 PM
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so seriously, is the A team or the C team showing up tonight?

the A team would beat the av's. The C team would lose by 2 goals.
The C team would loose by 6...

Anyway, I predict a win tonite.

I'm serious.

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12-09-2006, 09:26 PM
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The Kings have been unable to stop Statsny and Wolski from causing havoc on the forecheck; there's nothing that's happened since the last time these two teams played to indicate that somehow the Kings will be able to stop them tonight.

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wolski has moved up to sakic's line and svats is now playing with stats

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12-09-2006, 09:41 PM
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The NHL.com radio feed doesn't work...as always.

Any link that works?

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its working for me. should try it again.

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Great non-save by Cloutier there. How many times have Kings fans seen a puck go right through him and his five-hole?

*sigh*

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Ridiculous. Kings get outworked by Colorado's grinder line and they score.

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12-09-2006, 09:46 PM
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Dallman and Harrold were the two defensemen on that goal, so it shouldn't be a surprise to anyone... except maybe Crawford, who thinks that it's good to pair a rookie with someone with only a year of NHL experience.

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Kings look just as good as they did on Thursday night so far. Avs draw a penalty. Kings ****ing suck.

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Speaking of defenseman, I have never seen players on defense get burned on their assignments more frequently or consistently than the Kings d-men. And not just this season, but last year too. Who the hell is teaching these guys how to play hockey?

EDIT- Speaking of that, where the hell is the D? What the **** are they doing, butt-humping the guys in front of the crease? You can't stop a goal if you're behind the guy taking the shot. ****ing idiots.

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Cloutier really sucks. So weak in his crease.

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I think they need another meeting....

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I'm sick of all these slow players.

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2 down...great start

Cloutier is embarassing for hockey

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I wish MC would call out Blake on his poor play and lack of effort.

The guy looks like a big dumb idiot out there.

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