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01-01-2007, 11:48 AM
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The Not A Bowl Game GDT: 1/1/07 Thrashers @ Sens 3 pm

I almost called this the "Nursing A Hangover GDT", but went with the Bowl Game reference instead:

:thrashers @

1/1/07 3 PM
Scotiabank Place

TV:

Thrashers: None
Senators: A-Channel

Radio:

Thrashers: 680 The Fan
Senators: Team 1200

Satellite Radio:

Sirius: None
XM: XM 204

Game Previews/Notes:
NHL.com Preview
Atlanta Thrashers Game Notes
Senators Game Preview

Alright, so Saturday night didn't go as planned. Time to regroup and get another winning streak started. The Sens are on a 4 game winning streak themselves, so it's time to spoil it for them.

I think Hossa will shine in front of his former team's fan, and Kovy and Kozzie will also factor in the scoring as well.

:thrashers 5
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Scorers:

Thrashers: Hossa (3), Kovy, Kozzie
Sens: Kelly, Heatley (2)

Vbookie has the Sens as the favorite @ 31/50 (.62) and the Thrashers @ 34/25 (1.36). I've put 600 vBucks down on the Thrashers.


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Coburn with his first NHL goal today!!!

I promise that this is the first time I have predicted it anywhere.

Thrash with a 3-1 victory.

Goals by Coburn, JPVJ and Hossa with the GWG.


And could someone please explain the whole odds thing to me?

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Just a minor note, but the Sens have won 4 in a row, not 5.

Should be an interesting game, Sens willl ikely have 2/3 of their top six forwards out injured.

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Haydar gets call to Atlanta

From the AHL website:

01/01/2007 11:59 AM

The Atlanta Thrashers announced on Monday that they have recalled right wing Darren Haydar, the American Hockey League's leading scorer, from the Chicago Wolves.

The 27-year-old forward currently holds the longest scoring streak in AHL history, registering at least one point in each of Chicago's first 36 games of the 2006-07 season. Haydar's streak will be considered intact until he returns to the Wolves.

The Toronto native, who is by far the AHL's leader with 53 assists and 75 points this year, has appeared in two career NHL contests, both with Nashville in 2002-03. He won the Dudley "Red" Garrett Award as the AHL's outstanding rookie that season, and led the Milwaukee Admirals to two Calder Cup Finals appearances, including a league championship in 2004.

Overall, Haydar has totaled 132 goals, 219 assists and 351 points in 329 career AHL tilts.

Atlanta visits Ottawa on Monday afternoon before heading to Minnesota on Tuesday night.


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Just a minor note, but the Sens have won 4 in a row, not 5.

Should be an interesting game, Sens willl ikely have 2/3 of their top six forwards out injured.
Misread the NHL preview, will fix the mistake...

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01/01/2007 11:59 AM

The Atlanta Thrashers announced on Monday that they have recalled right wing Darren Haydar, the American Hockey League's leading scorer, from the Chicago Wolves.

The 27-year-old forward currently holds the longest scoring streak in AHL history, registering at least one point in each of Chicago's first 36 games of the 2006-07 season. Haydar's streak will be considered intact until he returns to the Wolves.

The Toronto native, who is by far the AHL's leader with 53 assists and 75 points this year, has appeared in two career NHL contests, both with Nashville in 2002-03. He won the Dudley "Red" Garrett Award as the AHL's outstanding rookie that season, and led the Milwaukee Admirals to two Calder Cup Finals appearances, including a league championship in 2004.

Overall, Haydar has totaled 132 goals, 219 assists and 351 points in 329 career AHL tilts.

Atlanta visits Ottawa on Monday afternoon before heading to Minnesota on Tuesday night.


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Is he in the line-up? I didn't see him with any ice-time in the first period. Is someone playing hurt right now?

Alfredsson scores on the PP, 1-0 Sens.

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I'm here, better late than never... Come on Thrash!!

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And there you have it, Kovalchuk ties it on a nice goal on the power play. One timer, top shelf!

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Is he in the line-up? I didn't see him with any ice-time in the first period. Is someone playing hurt right now?

Alfredsson scores on the PP, 1-0 Sens.
Healthy Scratch, as was XLB.

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Yeah baby!!! Great to see Kovy score again...

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Yeah baby!!! Great to see Kovy score again...
Heh Nos, at least you dont have to sleep late tonight

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Yeah, that's a relief... New Year's party really took it out of me...

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Slater have a slow start but he seem to play very well lately.

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It's about time to show some meanness. These refs suck both ways and it's going to get nasty.

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That's what I'm talking about! Nice power moves by Hossa and Slava to drive the net for a goal.

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Slater have a slow start but he seem to play very well lately.
Nice to see guys that are not in the spotlight getting into a streak of well played games, that really proves it's a team effort in the end, you know... I mean if Ilya, Hossa, Kozie for some reason don't play well, somebody will have their back... That's what it's about...

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Kozlov rebound goal! Another top shelf goal. Do I see a pattern?

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It's about time to show some meanness. These refs suck both ways and it's going to get nasty.
Atlanta gets away with one. Refs missed a high stick that drew blood. You're right, it could get ugly.


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Atlanta gets away with one. Ref missed a high stick that drew blood.
It's funny, because against the Leafs, the officials missed a high-stick by Vermette, but then decided to call it later on well after play had ended and Ottawa had maintained possession for awhile.

The officiating can be truly astounding.

Apparently in that case, the linesman called it after the play.

It's a case of something happening in the last game, and then not happening in this game. No wonder the fans are getting a bit confused.

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I love Slava...

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It's funny, because against the Leafs, the officials missed a high-stick by Vermette, but then decided to call it later on well after play had ended and Ottawa had maintained possession for awhile.

The officiating can be truly astounding.

Apparently in that case, the linesman called it after the play.

It's a case of something happening in the last game, and then not happening in this game. No wonder the fans are getting a bit confused.
They replayed it a few times on TSN, and commentators thought that all four officials were watching the play go up ice. Still, I agree with the thought that the officating can get dicey. I watch the Wolves and the minor league refs truly make some calls that just leave you

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They replayed it a few times on TSN, and commentators thought that all four officials were watching the play go up ice. Still, I agree with the thought that the officating can get dicey. I watch the Wolves and the minor league refs truly make some calls that just leave you
It's possible they all missed it.

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Healthy Scratch, as was XLB.
OK, I'm confused by this move then. Considering that Haydar only has a certain amount of time to be with the parent club before he is subject to waivers, why call him up and scratch him? That's was why I asked if anyone was playing hurt.

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What a cheap *** attempt by Neil on Slater!!! He leg whipped him and deserves a giant grooin pull for that. Jerk play!

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Wow, Kelly a big hit on Sim right at the end of the second. Got to keep your head up, Jon. No harm no foul, though. I think Kelly was the one that was the bleeder on the high stick, so I think he was looking for a little revenge.

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whew, glad I looked at schedule at 4:00, i tuned in to CI between 1st & 2nd, got all the scoring. Lehts has been big

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