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01-25-2008, 12:04 PM
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Yvon Pedneault drawing!

I know this sounds stupid but I really think that the drawing Yvon did to try to prove koivu's goal was good influenced the descision in toronto who were tuned into RDS. What do you think?

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01-25-2008, 12:07 PM
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That drawing propably convinced people who dont understand perspective...such as ancient egyptians and people from the middle ages.

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That drawing propably convinced people who dont understand perspective...such as ancien egyptians and people from the middle ages.

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I also laughed out loud when the Habs got a penalty for too many players on the ice and Yvon tried to circle all the Habs players on the ice and as usual, he couldn't find the 6th player

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That drawing propably convinced people who dont understand perspective...such as ancien egyptians and people from the middle ages.
I was trying to say something along those lines but you put it forth so eloquently that i'll shut up now!
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Toronto watch RDS???

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That drawing propably convinced people who dont understand perspective...such as ancien egyptians and people from the middle ages.
I agree with you but its still a possibility, i think it planted a seed of doubt and when there is doubt the goal is good.

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Well you know my name is Yvon, and I like to do drawings...

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I know this sounds stupid but I really think that the drawing Yvon did to try to prove koivu's goal was good influenced the descision in toronto who were tuned into RDS. What do you think?
Toronto, tuned into RDS?!
If they are tuned to RDS, it must be on a black and white 12 inch eh?

I'm pretty sure that Toronto offices look like the NAZA (or a security office). They have all angles from all cams and they can pick whichever they want and put it on replay, slowmotion, etc... without having to call Yvon and ask him to draw some blue sketchy lines on the screen.

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I also laughed out loud when the Habs got a penalty for too many players on the ice and Yvon tried to circle all the Habs players on the ice and as usual, he couldn't find the 6th player
Haha, yeah, he does that a lot. I remember one game where he did the exact same thing adding "oh, well, the other player is not on screen but he's somewhere over here" he then draws a little indicator at the bottom of the screen, while you see the sixth guy skate by on top

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Toronto, tuned into RDS?!
If they are tuned to RDS, it must be on a black and white 12 inch eh?

I'm pretty sure that Toronto offices look like the NAZA (or a security office). They have all angles from all cams and they can pick whichever they want and put it on replay, slowmotion, etc... without having to call Yvon and ask him to draw some blue sketchy lines on the screen.
Well didn't you know Yvon was like the 91st most important person in the hockey world

Yvon likes to doodle so much.... he's so important an'all... the hockey world wouldn't survive without Uber-Yvon.

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I like when he cercles players. This is so funny. There is no one on the screen besides the player he wants to talk about but he takes the time to cercle him, like we are a bunch of idiots.

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I like when he cercles players. This is so funny. There is no one on the screen besides the player he wants to talk about but he takes the time to cercle him, like we are a bunch of idiots.


Yes, Pette-de-haut is pretty high on himself.


He's so full of it that he's been refusing to get fan mail for several years now...

I wonder why!

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That drawing propably convinced people who dont understand perspective...such as ancient egyptians and people from the middle ages.
Exactly. But he forgot to draw the triangle and find the angles using Sin and Cos. That'd be a good proof.

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I'm pretty sure that Toronto offices look like the NAZA (or a security office). They have all angles from all cams and they can pick whichever they want and put it on replay, slowmotion, etc... without having to call Yvon and ask him to draw some blue sketchy lines on the screen.


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I also laughed out loud when the Habs got a penalty for too many players on the ice and Yvon tried to circle all the Habs players on the ice and as usual, he couldn't find the 6th player
"We can see one player here, a second there, a third one.. and.. and.. 4,5,6"

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Well didn't you know Yvon was like the 91st most important person in the hockey world

Yvon likes to doodle so much.... he's so important an'all... the hockey world wouldn't survive without Uber-Yvon.
Jacques Demers: "Not bad, but don't forget that Gretzky's wife is 70th"

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01-25-2008, 12:35 PM
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Jacques Demers: "Not bad, but don't forget that Gretzky's wife is 70th"


LMAO so much....

Ra, you crack me up everytime buddy.

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That drawing propably convinced people who dont understand perspective...such as ancient egyptians and people from the middle ages.
I laughed so hard a snot flew out of my nose

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That drawing propably convinced people who dont understand perspective...such as ancient egyptians and people from the middle ages.
HAHAHA

Actually if Toronto was indeed watching, Yvon pointing out that koivu's stick deflecting the puck was exactly in line with the horizontal post could have cost us the goal.

The rule is the goal will be refused if it is proven without a doubt that there was an infraction, and Yvon's steady hand pretty much just did that!
<--- Yvon

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"It's official Pierre, Francis is a giant"

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"It's official Pierre, Francis is a giant"
LMAO so much

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"It's official Pierre, Francis is a giant"

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One more proof that Yvon is the idiot, not the other way around...

Damn I'm tired of that pompous piece of *****.

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HAHAHA i'm stealing this one for my avatar

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That drawing propably convinced people who dont understand perspective...such as ancient egyptians and people from the middle ages.
As in the people who built the Pyramids?

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