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01-02-2004, 03:19 PM
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Comrie with 2 goals tonight...

I think Philly is starting to put their foots in their mouths.

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Clarkie Changes his mind.

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I think Philly is starting to put their foots in their mouths.

Brewer next or Staios.

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It's only been 4 games but he really has been instant offense whenever he takes a shift. Gagne and Williams are no slouches either though.

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Yeah who really cares what Comrie does anymore, certainly not me. He could win the Art Ross and I wouldn't give a rats ass.

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We can have a 4 page thread about Parise and Stewart, but we can't talk about Comrie?

Are we going to have to start wearing stars soon too?

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We can have a 4 page thread about Parise and Stewart, but we can't talk about Comrie?

Are we going to have to start wearing stars soon too?
If people don't want to read the thread, they don't have to. This is still somewhat relevant to the Oilers, so I see nothing wrong with the thread. If this interests Dawgbone, he should be allowed to post it. If it doesn't interest anyone else, they don't have to respond to it, and the thread will disappear. I mean, why even give the thread a bump if you don't like it?

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And as I did in a previous Comrie thread, I shall update everyone on Dan Cleary's season. :p

He had two assists against Dallas tonight.

It is the Stars after all.

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Boy the Stars got a butt kicking. I love it!

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We can have a 4 page thread about Parise and Stewart, but we can't talk about Comrie?

Are we going to have to start wearing stars soon too?
I was kidding.

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Boy the Stars got a butt kicking. I love it!
If there is one thing that can drown the sorrow of an Oiler's fan, it is seeing the Stars struggle.

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If people don't want to read the thread, they don't have to. This is still somewhat relevant to the Oilers, so I see nothing wrong with the thread. If this interests Dawgbone, he should be allowed to post it. If it doesn't interest anyone else, they don't have to respond to it, and the thread will disappear. I mean, why even give the thread a bump if you don't like it?
Sorry Mr. Johnny Cochrane......but I didn't think I would be taken seriously.

No travesty of justice here.

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Hate him all you want, He's getting it done in Philly. You look at most guys who miss training camp and come into the league mid-season, and they usually look terrible (Gaborik etc) Comrie has adapted automatically in Philly.

I guess size doesn't matter.

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Good for him.

That said, it was a goal off of his shin pad, and a rebound from a Gagne shot to him open in the slot.
Against Florida.
In the afternoon.
On a hot day.
Etc.

I hope he does well, but I'll wait for more than a few games to start prognosticating...

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Good for him.

That said, it was a goal off of his shin pad, and a rebound from a Gagne shot to him open in the slot.
Against Florida.
In the afternoon.
On a hot day.
Etc.

I hope he does well, but I'll wait for more than a few games to start prognosticating...
Not much different from the 60 odd goals he scored as an Oiler...

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We should all get used to it. I think Comrie will excel as a supporting player on this big, tough contender.

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Sorry Mr. Johnny Cochrane......but I didn't think I would be taken seriously.

No travesty of justice here.
As LMHF#1 once told me, if you're joking, add a or something similiar. I have no idea what tone you are taking, so I have to take what you say at face value. Of course there are exceptions--if you say "my dog could coach better than Mac-T," I know you are joking. But in this case, how could I possibly know what you truly meant? Also, notice I didn't actually quote your post. I was just making a general comment.

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Man all three of his goals so far were kinda flukey looking to me no finesse just johnny on the spot (lucky bounces and gaping nets), but he has looked good in general. Yes I know- When you keep saying someone gets lucky its really a testament to their vision and instincts ,and we all know Comrie has this ability but it seems odd that his timing would come back so quick , it just seems to me that he stuck a horse-shoe with 10 4 leaf clovers super glued to it up his butt.

goal one nice pass to Comrie and a tap in to the open side.
goal two crashing the net and off his shin pad.
goal three a fanned shot just floats over to him and he puts it in the open side.

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Man all three of his goals so far were kinda flukey looking to me no finesse just johnny on the spot (lucky bounces and gaping nets), but he has looked good in general. Yes I know- When you keep saying someone gets lucky its really a testament to their vision and instincts ,and we all know Comrie has this ability but it seems odd that his timing would come back so quick , it just seems to me that he stuck a horse-shoe with 10 4 leaf clovers super glued to it up his butt.

goal one nice pass to Comrie and a tap in to the open side.
goal two crashing the net and off his shin pad.
goal three a fanned shot just floats over to him and he puts it in the open side.

holy crap, with this kind of forensic dissection of Comrie's performance's,
this board is going to be very un-readable soon

(PS. Marchant assisted on both Columbus goals tonite, and they won 2-0......... .. and somewhere outthere.... Jason Bonsignore did not "SCORE"
this friday night)

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holy crap, with this kind of forensic dissection of Comrie's performance's,
I'd agree w/ FB, both of his goals against the Panthers were almost all b/c of Gagne.

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Good for MC.

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I'd agree w/ FB, both of his goals against the Panthers were almost all b/c of Gagne.
Eh. Those are the kinds of goals Comrie always does score anyway. It's really something to be expected from him. Getting a loose puck in the crease here, a deflection there... It probably does sound a bit flukey but that's just how Mikey scores.

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Eh. Those are the kinds of goals Comrie always does score anyway. It's really something to be expected from him. Getting a loose puck in the crease here, a deflection there... It probably does sound a bit flukey but that's just how Mikey scores.
no kidding. the guy is a player because of the way he reads the ice offensively, not because of his physical skills. Just a really smart player, offensively anyways.

I still hope that Laraque drops the gloves with him and throws him a huge beating. It'd be worth the "instigator".

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no kidding. the guy is a player because of the way he reads the ice offensively, not because of his physical skills. Just a really smart player, offensively anyways.

I still hope that Laraque drops the gloves with him and throws him a huge beating. It'd be worth the "instigator".
Wishing injury on somebody is the sign of a great fan.

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I still hope that Laraque drops the gloves with him and throws him a huge beating. It'd be worth the "instigator".
And what, is Laraque going to hit him with his purse? Laraque isn't that fearsome anymore. He hardly throws down and doesn't intimidate like he used to. He's gone the way of Sandy McCarthy and believes he's a scorer now. His hired gun days are over.

As for the whole Comrie situation and how Lowe should feel about it, well this says it all.

Adam Oates... 16 GP, 0 G, 3 A, 3 Points, -4.
Mike Comrie... 4 GP, 3 G, 2A, 5 Points, +4

Button was a complete moron for dumping Savard for nothing, and he paid for that foul up with his job. We'll see how the Oilers owners feel at the end of the season when the Oilers have had tee times since February and the Flyers are a cup threat with Comrie on their second line? Lowe's job could be on the line, and rightly so.

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