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04-10-2004, 06:39 PM
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GDT: Canucks @ Flames l Gm.3 l 04/11/04 l 9:30 ET l ESPN2

1st RD. STANLEY CUP Playoffs -- -- GM. 2




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Series Tied 1-1




Calgary Flames 2003-2004 Complete Schedule/Results


Vancouver Canucks 2003-2004 Complete Schedule/Results


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REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS

Flames: 42-29-7-3, 94 points.
*2nd Place in Pacific Division, 6th Place in Western Conference.*
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Canucks: 43-24-10-5, 101 points.
*1st Place in Northwest Division, 3rd Place in Western Conference.*



REGULAR SEASON SERIES

Canucks lead 3-2-1
Oct. 9: at Canucks 4, Flames 1
Nov. 29: at Flames 4, Canucks 4 (OT)
Dec. 4: Flames 4 at Canucks 1
Dec. 26: Canucks 2 at Flames 0
Jan. 3:Canucks 3 at Flames 1



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Sunday, April 11th, 2004, 9:30 pm ET.
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GAME 4: VAN @ CGY
4/13, Tue., ESPN, 10:00 PM

*GAME 5: CGY , @ Van
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*GAME 6: VAN @ CGY
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Absolutely disgusting. The crowd cheers as Cloutier is injured. No Class.

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Just turned the game on.

Why is Hedberg in??

Why is nobody posting?

What's going on?

AHHHH!

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04-11-2004, 09:26 PM
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Hopefully for the Nucks, Cloutier isn't badly hurt, or this could severely hamper their playoff hopes. Which to me seeing Clouts get helped off the ice, doesn't look too good.

Hedberg is a good goalie, but can he repeat his prior playoff perfomance.

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Hopefully for the Nucks, Cloutier isn't badly hurt, or this could severely hamper their playoff hopes. Which to me seeing Clouts get helped off the ice, doesn't look too good.

Hedberg is a good goalie, but can he repeat his prior playoff perfomance.
Thanks for the concern. i too hope he is not hurt to badly, and that hedberg can play some amazing hockey. I guess this is just another thing for the canucks to fight through, and i hope they come out stronger and with a hard fought win.

Drury77, also i would like to say, your GDT setup is awsome, i apperciate all the work you put in to setting it up!

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Cloutier made a save outside the blue ice on flames shot. As he was getting up his right skate slid away-and-under his body. For some reason the play wasn't stopped until the Flames took another shot at Cloutier. Eventually, He had to be helped off the ice by one of our players and trainer. Considering how wonky Cloutier's knees have been in the past, this could be a bad one.

Anyways, now we have Johan "Oops" Hedberg in net. Considering how inconsistent he has been this season, my confidence isn't exactly sky-high. Expect moments of praise mixed with moments of sheer underwhelment.


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And Canuck fans have class? Every team has some classless fans.
The Canuck fans weren't cheering when Moore was being taken off the ice on a stretcher and what Canuck fans do has absolutely nothing to do with my comment. BTW, it wasn't just a few fans.. it was the whole arena.

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this is not very good news for Vancouver.

despite what people say, Johan "Live Grenade" Hedberg has been very inconsistant this season, and has generally played poorly since arriving here. Cloutier has been one of Vancouver's MVP's and has at least been consistant.

all Calgary needs to do now is dump the puck in a rush Hedberg. it won't be long before they recieve a puck on their sticks for an empty netter.

i will gladly eat my humble pie if Hedberg pulls out some of the magic he displayed in previous playoffs... however i have my doubts.

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Did Cloutier hurt his knee? Has he had knee problems before?
He has a history of knee and groin problems.

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When Bertuzzi attacked Moore from behind, Canuck fans were cheering. My brother was at that game. They weren't cheering when he was taken off on a stretcher though.
They were cheering just like fans of any team would cheer when one of their players takes a run at another, the wouldn't have been cheering if they knew the seriousness. The Flames fans were chanting "CLLLOOOUUUTTTIIEEERRR" all game and when he couldn't stand up they cheered and when he was helped of the ice they cheerd some more..

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.......

and it begins

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Chris Simon makes it 1-0 early in the second.

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Naslund has a good chance, but is stopped by Kiprusoff...then the 'Nucks get a powerplay.

Nieminen with a good chance shorthanded.

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Naslund with a powerplay goal! It's 1-1.

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Anyone else watching this on espn?

Good god, why is Roloson doing the color commentary he is horrendous. He sounds like I did when I made my first speech in college, nervous, stuttering.

But at least as the class went on I settled down, where as Roloson is still doing his best Stuttering John impersonation.

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That Ohlund Check on Iginla is Suspension Worthy.

that was incredibly Dangerous

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...and Iginla gets him back the way he should.

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I can't wait to hear what Canuck fans say about the hit. If that was one of their players, God knows they'd be
Don't you have a bridge to sulk under?

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I can't wait to hear what Canuck fans say about the hit. If that was one of their players, God knows they'd be
It was a scary hit. the perfect distance away from the boards, check from behind. Iginla is Lucky. I cant wait for game 4 as well, but I sitll believe, with NHLs current suspension streak, he should get a game.

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No call on that? I hope Iginla rips his head off next game.

The continuation of the theme of poor and questionable referreeing in this years playoffs. You have to shake your head at how an official looking right at the play doesn't make that call.

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Iginla didn't really do much, punching a guy in the chest isn't going to hurt him, but I certainly applaud Iginla's response to it.

That was a bad hit by Ohlund and should have been called for a penalty. I do not think its suspension bad, but certainly a call.

Two thumbs up for Iginla to respond the way he was taught to, and not spear or hack at Ohlund. Dumb for Iginla though to take himself out of the last 15 seconds of a 1 goal game, though.

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I can't wait to hear what Canuck fans say about the hit. If that was one of their players, God knows they'd be
Jovo took a similar hit last game.

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I can't wait to hear what Canuck fans say about the hit. If that was one of their players, God knows they'd be
Jovo was hit from behind last game, one of our best players, no call on it, you see us *****ing?

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I really hated the reffing in this game. They went from calling everything to nothing, then called one penalty at a crucial junction, this over-officiating is really starting to annoy me.

And I better not hear Canucks fans complain about Minnesota (or any other team) sitting back and clogging up the neutral zone to protect a lead.

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At least Iginla didn't go and break Ohlund's neck.

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