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01-13-2007, 01:57 PM
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All Star rosters being announced...No Frolov or Kopitar, Visnovsky's in, though.

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Ferraro says Henrik Sedin should be in because he has 42 points, but he's not because he's in the West. Ummmm, Frolov has 45.

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01-13-2007, 01:58 PM
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VISNOVSKY AN ALL-STAR. congrats

YANNIC PERREAULT?????????
At least we got Lubo in the All Star game.

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In fairness to Norstrom, the first goal was on the power play, so he's only -1.
Oops. You're right. I keep forgetting about that exception.

Chazz, what did you think of Crow's lines? It appears he is bucking the trend of switching lines around. Brown-Kopitar-Pushy have been on the same line with each other a few games now. Think our boy is finally going to leave it alone?

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Seems like the all star is just a popularity contest.. not based on points and productivity. Wish Frolov was there.

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Do they still have the rule that each team has to have at least one representative in the All-Star game?

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01-13-2007, 02:03 PM
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Blake got 20 stiches...wow, did you see that replay? Ouch.

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01-13-2007, 02:04 PM
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Oops. You're right. I keep forgetting about that exception.

Chazz, what did you think of Crow's lines? It appears he is bucking the trend of switching lines around. Brown-Kopitar-Pushy have been on the same line with each other a few games now. Think our boy is finally going to leave it alone?
Yeah it seems like he's tinkering less lately. The Willsie-Conroy-Avery line was together for awhile. He switched McCauley and Conroy today, but that's not a huge change. It actually looks like it's having a good effect today. Frolov-Armstrong-Cammalleri have been together for awhile now too. I definitely think he's starting to get comfortable with certain forwards playing together. I wouldn't be surprised if the constant line combo changing the first half of the year had to do with Crawford trying to find combos he was comfortable with.



Wow, they just showed Blake getting nailed in the face with a skate. Did they say he took 20 stitches? Ouch.

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01-13-2007, 02:05 PM
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BLAKE???? NOT WIDE LEFT OR RIGHT????? He hit the bullseye on that one!

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Hey! Blake hit the net!!! Pushkarev made the play there with the delay at the hash marks.

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01-13-2007, 02:06 PM
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Hey! Blake hit the net!!! Pushkarev made the play there with the delay at the hash marks.
LOL you read my mind Chazz! Blake hit the net....

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01-13-2007, 02:07 PM
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Well, so much for staying out the box, eh Zad?

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It's nice to see Pushkarev get the primary assist. That was a nice pass to Blake... nothing fancy, but on the ice and on the tape.

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Yeah it seems like he's tinkering less lately. The Willsie-Conroy-Avery line was together for awhile. He switched McCauley and Conroy today, but that's not a huge change. It actually looks like it's having a good effect today. Frolov-Armstrong-Cammalleri have been together for awhile now too. I definitely think he's starting to get comfortable with certain forwards playing together. I wouldn't be surprised if the constant line combo changing the first half of the year had to do with Crawford trying to find combos he was comfortable with.

Agree and hope you're right.

The line shuffling has given me grey hairs.

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Wow. Apparently Avery's the only one who gets called for dives.


I guess a stick tap on the shin pads equals feet flying out from below.

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01-13-2007, 02:08 PM
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That was WEAK! penalty???

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Well, so much for staying out the box, eh Zad?
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I missed the call on Conroy because I was typing, but the other three penalties on the Kings have been absolute horrible calls.

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That might have been a bit of a make-up call.

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01-13-2007, 02:11 PM
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That took long to call from the REFS!!! thought they changed their mind giving the blues a penalty....

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Lack of discipline.
Lack if discipline.
LACK OF DISCIPLINE

That Conroy penalty was painful.

Willsie...I am not sure about...I didn't see it, but the announcers seemed to think it wasn't a penalty.

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Nice move by cammy. Too bad he didnt score again.

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01-13-2007, 02:13 PM
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Ferraro says Henrik Sedin should be in because he has 42 points, but he's not because he's in the West. Ummmm, Frolov has 45.
I was thinking the same. You think Ray would know better, he's usually a better analyst than most of these guys

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Cammalleri has made several highlight reel quality dekes around people this year, but he hasn't been able to bury the puck after he's made the moves.

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Kopitar is not mean in the corners? Panger apparently hasn't watched too many Kings games this year. Kopitar has been wrecking people along the boards. He owns the corners.

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