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02-04-2004, 10:10 AM
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GDT:Columbus at Dallas

3-0 Dallas.

Turco is read hot, and the lack of Nash really shows.

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02-04-2004, 10:39 AM
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3-0 Dallas.

Turco is read hot, and the lack of Nash really shows.
Actually, Turco is tired. He's played a NHL leading 52 games and tonight would be his 27th straight start. His stats in his last few games aren't anything special.

1 - 3 Jackets

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Actually, Turco is tired. He's played a NHL leading 52 games and tonight would be his 27th straight start. His stats in his last few games aren't anything special.

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Umpteen to zilch in favor of the Celestial Ones. We haven't a prayer in this contest.

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Umpteen to zilch in favor of the Celestial Ones. We haven't a prayer in this contest.
We dont need a prayer ...we have Errickson

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02-04-2004, 01:30 PM
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I think Dallas will overlook Columbus

We win 3-2, with goals from Svitov, Marchant, and Spacho.

Dallas scorers: Modano, Guerin.

Denis makes some unbelievable saves

Turco sits tonight in order to get a break before All-Star weekend.

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02-04-2004, 02:28 PM
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I've never been negative about the CBJ's chances in a GDT, but I can definitely see a scenario where the Jackets get caught simply looking to get on w/the A-S break, and calamity ensues.

That said, if MD can stay sharp and hold the CBJ in this thing into the 3rd,.........

After all, as gr88bd pointed out, we have Anders!

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3-1 Stars!!

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DAL gets off to a quick start...3-1 Dallas :mad:

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Where's everybody at?

I'm doing the radio-only thing again---sounds like MD is on tonight, so far. Anybody watching, w/an update?

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The first period just ended. It's 0-0, there's only been two penalties, one on each team. Not too much excitement so far.

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We had a PP where we never even got to set up once. The Stars were all over us.

Lots of scoring quality chances for Dallas, just a few for us. We were seriously outplayed in the last ten minutes of the period.

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02-04-2004, 08:43 PM
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1-0 Dallas. Pirjeta missed his check in the defensive zone and Arnott was allowed to walk in front. I know, hard to believe. But its true.

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1-0 Dallas. Pirjeta missed his check in the defensive zone and Arnott was allowed to walk in front. I know, hard to believe. But its true.

Who's that a picture of??

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Who's that a picture of??
Sydor with the Stars. A reminder of the warrior we traded. And what he could have been if we hadn't given up on him.

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02-04-2004, 10:09 PM
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Sydor with the Stars. A reminder of the warrior we traded. And what he could have been if we hadn't given up on him.
:: passes 63 a tissue::

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:: passes 63 a tissue::
:: accepts the tissue and pours out a 40 for my fallen hommey ::

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She asked, so I told her.

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Way OT, but since we're talking about Sydor......

I read something from a regular Stars forum poster---right after the Sydor trade w/TB---about Sydor breaking his leg in a Stars' play-off game a few years ago, and then crawling back in front of his goalie in order to at least try to block a shot until the play was stopped.

I hadn't heard this before, but it sure speaks to Daryl's competitive nature.

Anyone else hear of this?

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Way OT, but since we're talking about Sydor......

I read something from a regular Stars forum poster---right after the Sydor trade w/TB---about Sydor breaking his leg in a Stars' play-off game a few years ago, and then crawling back in front of his goalie in order to at least try to block a shot until the play was stopped.

I hadn't heard this before, but it sure speaks to Daryl's competitive nature.

Anyone else hear of this?
Yea it's true. The showed it a lot on the Emmy award winning coverage of Blue Jackets Hockey at the beginning of the year when they were intro ing Sydor.

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02-04-2004, 11:28 PM
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Yea it's true. The showed it a lot on the Emmy award winning coverage of Blue Jackets Hockey at the beginning of the year when they were intro ing Sydor.
I have no idea how I missed it.

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Sydor The Warrior.

It was awesome. For me, it epitomizes playoff hockey. He actually had his knee ligaments torn along the boards and then crawled out into the slot and laid down in the prime shooting area that was open.

It was his last play of the year as he had to have surgery to repair the damage.

I hated the Stars at the time, and therefore everyone on the Stars. At that moment, I changed my opinion. That guy is hardcore. He has definitely bought into the program.

Gutsiest move I ever saw, Mav.

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It was awesome. For me, it epitomizes playoff hockey. He actually had his knee ligaments torn along the boards and then crawled out into the slot and laid down in the prime shooting area that was open.

It was his last play of the year as he had to have surgery to repair the damage.

I hated the Stars at the time, and therefore everyone on the Stars. At that moment, I changed my opinion. That guy is hardcore. He has definitely bought into the program.

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Thanks for the info, DD.

Again, I'm not sure how I missed hearing about it at the time.

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After posting my response, I did a search for a post that I think it was Modano=God posted with a video link to that play. He posted it just after the trade and its the one everyone is talking about. Looks like the board stops just short of that time in search mode. I thought it was after the board crash though. Must only archive so much.

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02-06-2004, 07:21 AM
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After posting my response, I did a search for a post that I think it was Modano=God posted with a video link to that play. He posted it just after the trade and its the one everyone is talking about. Looks like the board stops just short of that time in search mode. I thought it was after the board crash though. Must only archive so much.
It was up on the team's website, if I recall. Their top ten moments, or something like that. I scanned their home page and I didn't see any link to it.

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