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11-10-2009, 10:26 PM
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Did O'Marra play?

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11-10-2009, 10:27 PM
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Do I dare try again tomorrow?? Hmm...that GDT isn't looking so promising right now.
Now, now...none of that talk. Don't let this hurt your confidence. You just gotta keep shooting the puck. Get back on the horse. Soldier on.

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11-10-2009, 10:28 PM
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I'm loving the grit on this team.

I really hope Horcoff and Souray can come back on this road, trip- hell, tomorrow.

Penner-Gagner-O'Sullivan
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Hemsky better stay the **** off this team.

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11-10-2009, 10:29 PM
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Figures. We finally outplay a team and outshoot them, and lose. This hurts, but other than the continuing brain cramps of some guys, the effort is encouraging, and we'll need lots more of it tomorrow night. Penner is a beast, but I think I would have put Gagner in for the shootout instead, given my 100 % hindsight. Just that, at the time, I was surprised. I think Penner would have had a better chance to score if they stuck a d-man out there against him, and let him push the guy and the puck past the goalie.

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Nice find...

That's OK Rin - even the best GDT posters throw game-losing, heartbreaking, soul-crushing INT's sometimes.
She's playing like Jake Delhomme and having this reaction for her prediction:




Way to go Rin. Way to cost us the game!


Solid effort, bad disappointed for sure, but I'll take what I can get with a battered and bruised line up.

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Did O'Marra play?
He did, a few shifts, about 6 mins, 2 hits and a shot. Pretty good all things considered.

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Good effort, didn't get the result but not too upset with the loser point tonight.

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11-10-2009, 10:31 PM
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Actually - lets go to the rules:

http://www.nhl.com/ice/page.htm?id=26308
was it directly off the goalie thou........if JDD sweeped it in with his leg

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Actually - lets go to the rules:

http://www.nhl.com/ice/page.htm?id=26308
he made a backwards motion with the puck when he went back hand to forehand it was not lateral it was bakwards.

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11-10-2009, 10:32 PM
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Penner was a monster tonight, skating through people like they were Chinese paper walls.

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He did, a few shifts, about 6 mins, 2 hits and a shot. Pretty good all things considered.
That's good to hear.

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11-10-2009, 10:33 PM
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He did, a few shifts, about 6 mins, 2 hits and a shot. Pretty good all things considered.
considering he got to the rink 15 minutes before the game started...he did alright. nothing outstanding, but he didn't do anything stupid either. I'd say it was a successful first outing.

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11-10-2009, 10:33 PM
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He did, a few shifts, about 6 mins, 2 hits and a shot. Pretty good all things considered.
No PK... not sure if he would have played on it anyways.

He needs to be a center. And play more. Not sure why he was essentially benched... although none of his line played alot. Still, he didn't look like he deserved it.

Him and Cogs should switch places... although Cogs had a real good (62%) FO% tonight.

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Hugely entertaining game tonight. Kudos also to the broadcast crew. Lot of thoughtful comments from the guys upstairs and Gene did funny and friendly interviews without being cheesy. Much more professional than earlier efforts - guess it takes a while for the crews to find their game too.

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Effort or not, losses like this hurt more than getting shalacked and knowing that they played like crap.

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TSNBobMcKenzie: Penner's SO attempt wasn't great but his final shift in OT was a thing of beauty -- absolute domination. Size, speed and skill. Wow!

That's cool. Always nice to see our guys get national recognition like they deserve.

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he made a backwards motion with the puck when he went back hand to forehand it was not lateral it was bakwards.
If you watch it frame by frame he clearly keeps it in motion towards the goal line. In real time it looks like it might not stay in motion towards the goal line, but if you slow it down it clearly does.

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11-10-2009, 10:37 PM
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Effort or not, losses like this hurt more than getting shalacked and knowing that they played like crap.
Yes, these hurt. But, they are also the kind of efforts that teams like the Oilers desperately need to build upwards momentum from. Hopefully they can continue the hard work against Buffalo

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Good road effort.

Nothing to be ashamed about.

Penner is a beast.

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considering he got to the rink 15 minutes before the game started...he did alright. nothing outstanding, but he didn't do anything stupid either. I'd say it was a successful first outing.
Very successful! He also has the between periods interview down cold - saw Bull Durham again last night and Ryan is the exact opposite of Nuke LaLoosh - he's very well spoken.

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TSN must have some kind of diabolical rationale behind their Oilers matchup selections:

Chicago
Detroit
Buffalo

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On the, "we've got to fix that," front, the Oilers have given up the 3rd most goals in the NHL with 57 after Carolina (59) and Toronto (60).

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If you watch it frame by frame he clearly keeps it in motion towards the goal line. In real time it looks like it might not stay in motion towards the goal line, but if you slow it down it clearly does.
I don't know how to slow it down frame by frame but i keep wathcin on youtube from the high angle it looks like the puck is closer right when he goes from the backhand the forehand and then right when he changes his forward motion with his skates the puck seems farther back at that xact point but if you have seen it in frame by frame you prob have had a better look then me. Still mad that we lost


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11-10-2009, 10:46 PM
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Nice to see Penner turn his game around. Say what you will, if Mact were still here Penner would be buried again.

Staios played a good game tonight. Cant wait till Souray comes back. Gilbert disgusts me. He is so timid. Not what you want in a nhl d man.

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11-10-2009, 10:48 PM
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What was up with the Comrie shoot out attempt? Who does that? Should have used Gagner. Comrie should be slapped by every player on the team. Open hand, hard as they can.

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