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03-04-2007, 12:24 PM
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GDT | March 4th | Pack @ Bears | PACK WIN 3-2 OT



Hartford: (35-21-3) - Last 10: (8-2-0)
Hershey: (37-13-10) - Last 10: (6-4-0)

Its going to be a tough game for the pack this evening. If they play like how they played yesterday night then they will definitely come up with a loss. Hopefully Dubinsky will score a few more goals tonight.

Listen to the game live



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Can't wait to see how my team does against another top oponnent.

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Whaddya mean "If they played like they did yesterday..."? The Pack dominated play, and doubled up Philly in shots. Munro stood on his head to keep his team in the game.

The Bears just demolished the league-doormat B-Sens 7-1 last night in a game that got feisty and featured a line brawl and a goalie fight.

Hershey is very very tough to beat at home though. However, both Giroux and Fleischmann, their 2 top scorers have been called up recently.

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Hey Fly, What were the lines last night for the Pack?

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Whaddya mean "If they played like they did yesterday..."? The Pack dominated play, and doubled up Philly in shots. Munro stood on his head to keep his team in the game.

The Bears just demolished the league-doormat B-Sens 7-1 last night in a game that got feisty and featured a line brawl and a goalie fight.

Hershey is very very tough to beat at home though. However, both Giroux and Fleischmann, their 2 top scorers have been called up recently.
i think he means that they were down by 2 goals early on

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theahl.com shows Giroux being sent back down as of today.

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"Wolf Pack Announce TV Schedule"
http://www.hartfordwolfpack.com/press_20060127.php

this is one of the only things i could find on the 'Pack site regarding television coverage.. and its from last year.. anyone working on that e-mail to MSG/FSNY/Rangers?

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Hey Fly, What were the lines last night for the Pack?
Eh lets see, I think Byers/Jessiman-Dubi-Callahan, Dawes-Korpi-Bourret, Lessard-Helminen-Moore if I remember right.

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Eh lets see, I think Byers/Jessiman-Dubi-Callahan, Dawes-Korpi-Bourret, Lessard-Helminen-Moore if I remember right.

That's how it started, but, by the end of the game, Dubi was centering Huge and Bourret, while Callahan moved next to Dawes and Korpi.

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in the ahl, the usually dress 11 forwards and 6 dmen... so either you play with 3 full forward lines and have to sit/jump in or you double shift a centre to also play with the extra two guys

EDIT: last night vs. philly phantoms, the wolfpack dressed 10 forwards and 7 dmen

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is there a place i can watch the game that has better video quality than b2?

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is there a place i can watch the game that has better video quality than b2?
ya... in hershey

sorry for being a smart-ass, i too wish there was a better option than b2

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and it begins.. gonna be here between writing a paper for class for constant (right?) updates..

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not playin too well right now. Hershey has been in the Wolfpack zone for basically the whole period. We did have a PP but nothing happened on it..

wolfpack just took a penalty

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c'mon pack, let's gooo.

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taylor and giroux almost got into a fight there...

2 min each

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Giroux? Haha woah...never see that side too often.

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still 0-0 guys... callahan just took a boarding penalty but a Hershey player took a roughing penalty as well so its still a wolfpack PP

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Dubi duking it out w/Chad.

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well this is getting ugly

degon and dubinsky collided on the PP, both are fine

bears take it down the ice, baranka takes a penalty

Dubinsky just dropped the gloves with Chad Wiseman (got a game misconduct). I'd say it was pretty even. Dubi threw some good lefts there.

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Hey Fly tell me a little about what you see Grag Moore doing when he's on the ice. Does he use that size and strength he has very well? Seems to me he could really dole out some crushing checks if he wanted to. Does he do that that you have seen?

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I can tell you about Greg Moore.

He doesn't score often, but he skates hard, tries hard, and can hit hard. I love his effort. He's not a Ryan Hollweg, but I like him.

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Hey Fly tell me a little about what you see Grag Moore doing when he's on the ice. Does he use that size and strength he has very well? Seems to me he could really dole out some crushing checks if he wanted to. Does he do that that you have seen?
Im not watching tonight game, but when i've watched Moore he uses his body, but hes not a bruiser(hollweg) by any means. He's decent on the forecheck when he uses his body.

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Korps get drilled in the face. This will now turn into a war.

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