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11-15-2008, 08:33 PM
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Mike Ribeiro is a hockey god. 1-0 Stars on an Eriksson goal.

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11-15-2008, 08:34 PM
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Loui!!!! goal 1-0

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This just in!!!

Ralph Strangis is deceiving the fans, and Boucher is not a healthy scratch.

The injury is said to be an “upper body injury” or possibly between the ears. Shockingly, all the past injuries and age has caught up with Boucher and he’s lost the ability to contribute to the team. The diagnosis is bleak, and a game off probably won’t rejuvenate him.
This just in.

BiG44 can't or won't read. I'm not sure which.

Dude, I never said it was an injury. I said I thought he was injured OR because he was playing like he's scared of being injured. Then I said being called a healthy scratch means nothing because the disclosure rules have changed. He could have pulled a groin in the pre-game skate, or he could just be a head case. Being a "healthy scratch" means jack. And I STILL think he's either injured or playing scared of being injured.

If people losing the ability to contribute to the team is cause for a bleak prognosis, Matt Niskanen is on life support.

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11-15-2008, 08:34 PM
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Great shot from Loui!!!!!

and good hussle and set up from ribs...here we go!!

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i know this is way of topic guys but i just cant believ what i saw in the devils-caps game...

devils up 5-4 and ovie ties it with less than one second left...

maybe some of that kind of luck can come our way soon..

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11-15-2008, 08:37 PM
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This just in.

BiG44 can't or won't read. I'm not sure which.
It's BigG44

And the new rule is that the team doesn't have to give any detail about the injury, ie shoulder injury. It does not mean that they don't report what players are injured.

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11-15-2008, 08:40 PM
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Very nice road period.

But, as always, the problem with this team has been consistency. I want to see how they build off of it and, almost as important, how they play in their next game.

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11-15-2008, 08:41 PM
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Under the new policy, teams only are required to "disclose that a player is expected to miss a game due to injury, or will not return to a game following an injury."

Unlike the National Football League and Major League Baseball, the NHL is no longer required to go into detail about a player's injury. The change in policy comes after the general managers unanimously voted in June to pass the injury disclosure policy.

"The NHLPA supports the new injury disclosure policy as it helps protect the health and safety of our membership." NHLPA spokesman Jonathan Weatherdon said.
http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pitt.../s_596241.html

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11-15-2008, 08:42 PM
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It's BigG44

And the new rule is that the team doesn't have to give any detail about the injury, ie shoulder injury. It does not mean that they don't report what players are injured.
come on you 2 calm down..

we have a lead...

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11-15-2008, 08:43 PM
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I thought Kritter said Eriksson didn't have anything special? Why hasn't he been traded yet!!?

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11-15-2008, 08:44 PM
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It's BigG44

And the new rule is that the team doesn't have to give any detail about the injury, ie shoulder injury. It does not mean that they don't report what players are injured.
The new rule is that the team doesn't have to disclose injuries at all, and the Stars haven't this year until a player has missed a practice (i.e., Ott). Hell, Boucher played two months last year and missed a couple games with his shoulder injury that ended up being much worse than they thought.

But for the 14th time, I'm not saying why he's scratched. I'm saying I think he's either injured or playing like he's scared of being injured, and that either is a good reason for being scratched. If Jason (_______) can get away with attributing every Niskanen mistake for a month to a non-disclosed foot injury, then I can assume it might play a part here.

My bad on the spelling. Makes for a funny mistake.

Edit: I'd read the rule reported a different way, so some of this is obviously my faulty memory. I will amend my point to say "players play injured and miss games for injury all the time without it being reported." Again, witness Ott, Boucher, Lehtinen at times last year.

Caseman: Another person who fails reading comprehension! I have never said Loui doesn't have anything special. In fact, I think he'd be good trade bait precisely because he's a talented young player.

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11-15-2008, 08:45 PM
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I thought Kritter said Eriksson didn't have anything special? Why hasn't he been traded yet!!? :angryfire:
Alright, I apologize. I don't want to pile on or start a hate on Kritter thread.

No more BS from me.

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11-15-2008, 08:46 PM
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Alright, I apologize. I don't want to pile on or start a hate on Kritter thread.

No more BS from me.
I just pokin'

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11-15-2008, 08:47 PM
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The new rule is that the team doesn't have to disclose injuries at all, and the Stars haven't this year until a player has missed a practice (i.e., Ott). Hell, Boucher played two months last year and missed a couple games with his shoulder injury that ended up being much worse than they thought.

But for the 14th time, I'm not saying why he's scratched. I'm saying I think he's either injured or playing like he's scared of being injured, and that either is a good reason for being scratched. If Jason (_______) can get away with attributing every Niskanen mistake for a month to a non-disclosed foot injury, then I can assume it might play a part here.

My bad on the spelling. Makes for a funny mistake.
Like I said, I donít want to pile on anymore. Just look above to the quote I found. You are quoting the new policy wrong. Teams are still required to say if a player missed a game because of injury.

This was just a friendly FYI for the future.

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11-15-2008, 08:51 PM
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Like I said, I don’t want to pile on anymore. Just look above to the quote I found. You are quoting the new policy wrong. Teams are still required to say if a player missed a game because of injury.

This was just a friendly FYI for the future.
I went back and edited the post to reflect that, though I left the top because I hate ninja edits from an accountability standpoint. I coulda sworn about the injury thing, but I was obviously wrong. *shrugs* That's what I get for relying on memory and not double checking.

On a game-related topic, the Coyotes broadcast sucks money balls. They keep cutting into the play 20 or 30 seconds late.

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11-15-2008, 08:56 PM
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If Jason (_______) can get away with attributing every Niskanen mistake for a month to a non-disclosed foot injury, then I can assume it might play a part here.
So mentioning about a player in October vs St Louis, then on these boards vs the Islanders(about Niskanen's lack of agility) which was indeed caused by a injury is making up a excuse? It wasn't a injury that was going to get worse playing with it.
The stars had no options and other players were playing with injures as well(that never missed practice or anything), which I'm not going to name.

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11-15-2008, 08:59 PM
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11-15-2008, 09:00 PM
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tied game 1-1

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Jesus that was terrible.

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Darren Pang is worst announcer ever. Holy jumpin'!!!

Give me a break.

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So mentioning about a player in October vs St Louis, then on these boards vs the Islanders(about Niskanen's lack of agility) which was indeed caused by a injury is making up a excuse? It wasn't a injury that was going to get worse playing with it.
The stars had no options and other players were playing with injures as well(that never missed practice or anything), which I'm not going to name.
But that's my point. Players play with injuries all the time, and they're not necessarily reported. Boucher's skating is really awkward and not very mobile, which is why I suspect an injury or he's scared of hurting a hip or a groin for some reason.

Excuse is my interpretation (like Boucher, I believe if he's hurt enough to be a detriment on the ice, he shouldn't play at all), and one person's excuse is another person's reasonable explanation. So feel free to choose your own word.

Barch is awful. He can go away any time now. 1-1 after an odd-man rush, no one picks up the late man on the far side and no cutting off passing lanes. Gah.

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Really? What a WEAK call. Wow, make it obvious refs.

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Daley just needs to quit looking guilty. He throws his hands up in a guilty manner more than any player I've seen. He could have just put Dallas on a 5 on 3 kill.

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LMAO, and then a no call on that. Why bother?

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We should start a stupid Avery penalty chart, then mark which are stupid reputation (last night) and stupid dumb (that dumb hold).

Why does Shane Doan always play like a man possessed against the Stars?

And b.s. that's not a penalty? What the hell...

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