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04-08-2004, 07:32 PM
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I hope the flames beat the nucks, as a preds fan I can think of no better conference final to watch then the preds vs. flames. Come on Flames, not to mention I like the flames as long as they aren't playing the preds
To watch? I think the most fun to watch would be Vancouver vs Colorado

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To watch? I think the most fun to watch would be Vancouver vs Colorado
if your a vancouver fan I'm sure it would be, but not as a preds fan

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I hope the flames beat the nucks, as a preds fan I can think of no better conference final to watch then the preds vs. flames. Come on Flames, not to mention I like the flames as long as they aren't playing the preds
Darryl Sutter and Barry Trotz would be best buddies after that series wouldn't they?

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Darryl Sutter and Barry Trotz would be best buddies after that series wouldn't they?

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fight in the parking lot after game 1

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To watch? I think the most fun to watch would be Vancouver vs Colorado
Again, Vancouver fans are thinking likeTorono fans, as if they are the centre of the universe. Shocker to you guys. There are other teams out there!!

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Uhh... after the Moore-Naslund and Bertuzzi-Moore thing.. you guys are lying if you don't want to see Vancouver and Colorado face off in a 7 game series..

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Sure that would be fun, but any Flames fan would take Calgary and Nashville any time over some one else's series.

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Uhh... after the Moore-Naslund and Bertuzzi-Moore thing.. you guys are lying if you don't want to see Vancouver and Colorado face off in a 7 game series..
Nope. I hate,despise, loathe the Canucks. The only thing better than them missing the playoffs altogether is us taking you out in round one.

Listening to the Vancouver media and fans whine, cry and moan about the Avs and Moore for a seven game series is not that interesting.

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Sure that would be fun, but any Flames fan would take Calgary and Nashville any time over some one else's series.

durrrrrrrrr! just like every canuck fan would take a canuck and colorado series over anyone else's?

WOW! imagine that!

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Durrrr?

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just say it out loud and see how it makes you feel. with lots of "rrrrrrrrrrrrr"

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Sure that would be fun, but any Flames fan would take Calgary and Nashville any time over some one else's series.

Wow, talk about being hypocritical.

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hypocritical about what exactly?

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Again, Vancouver fans are thinking likeTorono fans, as if they are the centre of the universe. Shocker to you guys. There are other teams out there!!
That's about as silly and inaccurate a generalization as I've seen in months. It's about as useful and insightful as me saying that Calgary is a town of saloons and wooden sidewalks and tee-pees. In addition, it's a childish, unimaginative and predictable insult. Not surprisingly, you cannot even spell the noun Toronto.

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That's about as silly and inaccurate a generalization as I've seen in months. It's about as useful and insightful as me saying that Calgary is a town of saloons and wooden sidewalks and tee-pees. In addition, it's a childish, unimaginative and predictable insult. Not surprisingly, you cannot even spell the noun Toronto.
Wow, you must really not like ToronTo fans

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Hi lads. Firstly, kudos on making the playoffs well done.

Secondly, I am a Kings fan so it bloody well kills me to watch you lot here but, would rather you go on and win the west than anyone else.

I had a couple of compliments on a couple of your players.

I have watched a few of your games during the regular season and didn't think much of Leopold at the time but, he looks absolutely brilliant during the playoffs for you. He makes a nifty first pass and stands up when needed in front of the net. He is a nice skater as well. Well done on him.

I think that we are seeing a true rebirth of Jerome Iginla during these playoffs. Certainly he is a superstar but, so far during these playoffs he has played an amazing complete game.

He is hitting and grinding at times and is brilliant at cycling the puck. He plays with an edge and has a wicked shot. All things you could say before this series but, for some reason, he seems to have truly stepped up his play so far.

There are a couple of others but, I don't need to come and tell you lot what you already know. Playing hard and tough will get you there and so far you look to be on game.

Best of luck and wait until next year!


Go win the west mates.

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The power play has been absolutely pathetic. The complete lack of organization, in setting up, was difficult to watch last night. In the playoffs, this is such a critical element. A PP has to click any reasonable expectation of success. Even though it looked like the Canucks dominated (despite the close score), until they sat on their heals with the trap, this was still a winnable game. They'd better regroup and turn it around quickly.

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The power play has been absolutely pathetic. The complete lack of organization, in setting up, was difficult to watch last night. In the playoffs, this is such a critical element. A PP has to click any reasonable expectation of success.
I think we're on an 0-17 streak on the powerplay, or something similar anyway. Terrible.

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The power play has been absolutely pathetic. The complete lack of organization, in setting up, was difficult to watch last night. In the playoffs, this is such a critical element. A PP has to click any reasonable expectation of success. Even though it looked like the Canucks dominated (despite the close score), until they sat on their heals with the trap, this was still a winnable game. They'd better regroup and turn it around quickly.
I know its been bad but give the Canucks some credit for the PK. They were the 3rd best team on the PK all season.. has to stand for something.

Honestly, I think the best game Calgary played offensively was game 1. They got to the front of the net more and just had more chances. It will be a big adjustment to Hedberg though. The shoot ins have to be that much better now with Hedberg back there to toss them back out.

Saprykin has looked good although it seems his ice-time has dropped since game 1. Kobasew and Lombardi have as well.

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Right, and Simon leaving his feet to smash Salo's head into the glass wasn't a cheap shot? :. And Iginla instigating 'Nucks best defenceman into a fight wasn't unsportsmanlike? :.

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Again, Vancouver fans are thinking likeTorono fans, as if they are the centre of the universe. Shocker to you guys. There are other teams out there!!
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They should know it better,only Toronto is the center of the universe.

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Right, and Simon leaving his feet to smash Salo's head into the glass wasn't a cheap shot? :. And Iginla instigating 'Nucks best defenceman into a fight wasn't unsportsmanlike? :.
Sour grapes? It's understandable, especially when the 'Nuck's get shutout by a 6th place, talent-lacking team.

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Awesome game tonight
I don't think I'm going to get any sleep!
Let's see this again on Thursday!

Go Flames!

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Congratulations on the 4-0 win tonight. The Flames did what the Habs couldn't.

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GO FLAMES GO

Awesome game tonight.... its back on.

Ohlund has become Iggy's b!tch.

Kipper was outstanding.... so where the fans.

Bring it on Van City.... we're ready for ya.

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