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02-22-2004, 05:19 PM
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Would you look what happens when Havlat shoots!!

A hatty for Marty today against the Pens. (I swear he was thinking pass first on that last goal! )

The one he blew by Aubin was what I'd love to see more of. Shoot the freakin' puck at the net already!

Good job today by the Sens. Looked tired, very tired, but I think I read that they have played 5 games in 7 days, plus another on Tuesday.

All in all, no real complaints.

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A hatty for Marty today against the Pens. (I swear he was thinking pass first on that last goal! )

The one he blew by Aubin was what I'd love to see more of. Shoot the freakin' puck at the net already!

Good job today by the Sens. Looked tired, very tired, but I think I read that they have played 5 games in 7 days, plus another on Tuesday.

All in all, no real complaints.
Yeah they didn't play all too well in the game but that's acceptable...they looked down right exhausted out there at times. I felt Vermette, Fisher and Havlat had very strong games. The only two I was dissapointed with were Redden and Hossa. Redden gave the puck away and that set up a breakaway, and Hossa just didn't seem to try at all tonight.

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amazing what happens when any of them shoot. last few games its been trying to be to fancy.

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What's with the pens making a stink about Marty's empty netter?

 
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What's with the pens making a stink about Marty's empty netter?
Distracting the media from their record-breaking effort Sunday.

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What's with the pens making a stink about Marty's empty netter?
They're crying cause Havlat was ahead of them waiting for the pass to put it into the empty net. I don't see what the big deal is...the Penguins would've had a 6 on 4 but they couldn't keep it in. That's their fault, not ours. The Sens always try to get someone a hat-trick when they're at 2 goals...there's nothing wrong with that imo. Havlat played for the team, not for himself.

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Distracting the media from their record-breaking effort Sunday.

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Totally agree on this one. The futility bowl in Pittsburg continues...

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Definately could see the tiredness in them, I think if anyone I am more disappointed in Spezza - he was trying to much to be fancy, he's common for doing that sometimes, and it was even worse when he turned over that puck that cause the 3rd goal

I didn't see all the game so I can't say I was disappointed in Redden or Hossa - but Redden came out with a +3 so he obviously was making good plays and playing well defensively

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Distracting the media from their record-breaking effort Sunday.

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Oh gosh... that's great.

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