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04-14-2004, 09:51 AM
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GDT: Leafs @ Senators l Gm.4 l 04/14/04 l 7 ET

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Leafs Lead 2-1 (ESPN)




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REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS

Senators: 42-22-10-6, 102 points.
*3rd Place in NorthEast Division, 5th Place in Eastern Conference.*
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*2nd Place in Northeast Division, 4th Place in Eastern Conference.*



REGULAR SEASON SERIES

Maple Leafs lead 3-1-1

Nov. 29: Maple Leafs 2 at Senators 1
Jan. 8: Senators 7 at Maple Leafs 1
Jan. 31: at Maple Leafs 5, Senators 1
Feb. 5: Maple Leafs 5 at Senators 4 (OT)
Mar. 27: at Maple Leafs 2, Senators 2 (OT)


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Wednesday, April 14th, 2004, 7:00 pm ET.


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GAME 1: OTT 4, @ TOR 2
Recap | Box Score

GAME 2: OTT 0, @ [color=blue]TOR [2/color]
Recap | Box Score

GAME 3: TOR 2 @ OTT 0
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GAME 4: TOR @ OTT
4/14 Wed., 7:00 PM

*GAME 5: OTT, @ TOR
4/17, Sat., 3:00 PM

*GAME 6: TOR @ OTT
4/18, TBD

*GAME 7: OTT, @ TOR
4/20, 7:00 PM


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nieuwendyk a no go for tonight badly hurts the leafs chances because there is no solid second line center so sundin will be easier to check. also, ponikarovsky and antropov are weak without niuewendyk.
this doesnt look good for the buds. 3-1 ottawa win tonight

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I think Toronto will find a way to win without Nieuwendyk.

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Alfie said "I don't think they'll keep us off the score sheet three games in a row," and the press ridiculously took this to be a guarantee. Well, Alfie stepped up and delivered. The media can shove it.

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Call me selfish but I want the Sens to win tonight so this series can keep on going and going...

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Hossa puts it where granny keeps the cookies!!! 2-1 Sens

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*ping* what a shot by Hossa

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Todd White puts it top shelf!!!

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sundin gone...not good
and omg as im typing, antropov with another penalty...wow


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4-1 now...meh let em have this 1. i called 3-1 ottawa tonight. a loss is a loss. 3-1, 12-1, whatever. im more worried about sundin and nieuwendyk.

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Sundin & Niewendyk out

This game could be the turning point in the series.

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Sundin & Niewendyk out

This game could be the turning point in the series.
It will be, most definately. Only one team has brought their game for all 4, and that's Ottawa. Belfour was far from spectacular tonight, and the Sens just dominated in pretty much every way again. Should be an interesting game 5 to say the least...

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Sundin & Niewendyk out

This game could be the turning point in the series.
Hmmm, I never knew you were such a Sens' fan.

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add tucker to that list...

those 3 dont play, its over in 6 for the leafs. although sundin did look ok, thats a good sign but the leafs need at least 1 more of tucker and nieuwendyk back [preferably nieuwy] to have a shot at winning this in probably 7 as i said before.

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Hmmm, I never knew you were such a Sens' fan.
Not so much a Sens fan, rather an anti-Leafs fan (if that makes sense)

I kinda like the Sens though.

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Nolan, Sundin, Tucker and Nieuwendyk all possibly out...?
Things look grim for the leafs, don't think they've had one game where there healthy all year long...although maybe this will turn out to be like two years ago when they had 9 key players injured and managed to push on, strangely enough until they got healthy...

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Nolan, Sundin, Tucker and Nieuwendyk all possibly out...?
Things look grim for the leafs, don't think they've had one game where there healthy all year long...although maybe this will turn out to be like two years ago when they had 9 key players injured and managed to push on, strangely enough until they got healthy...
Won't happen this year against the Sens...they're too good now to let that beat them. If Sundin isn't there for game 5 you can pretty much hand it to the Sens...if he is, we're in for a hell of a game. I'd expect the Leafs to come out hard as they've been outplayed bad this series.

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Let's not forget the series is tied 2-2, with two of the final three games played in Toronto. Belfour is still playing great, and we have yet to see the Leafs best hockey.

To top it off, the Leafs are traditionally more dangerous when they are wounded. They will most likely come out with their best game of the series thus far on Friday night, and it will take everything the Sens have to get that win in the big smoke.

Should be a hell of a game.

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Let's not forget the series is tied 2-2, with two of the final three games played in Toronto. Belfour is still playing great, and we have yet to see the Leafs best hockey.

To top it off, the Leafs are traditionally more dangerous when they are wounded. They will most likely come out with their best game of the series thus far on Friday night, and it will take everything the Sens have to get that win in the big smoke.

Should be a hell of a game.
at least some sens fans are smart and non homerish!!! I commend you...

and to all of you clapping cause of the injuries... have you no shame??? someone is injured it is just a game after all

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Must say however, Don Cherry was right...it was a frustrating game to watch as I think it was one of the poorest refereed games I've ever seen...for both sides...too many marginal calls at weird points in the game...plus I can't stand how they seem to over act every call...

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Let's not forget the series is tied 2-2, with two of the final three games played in Toronto. Belfour is still playing great, and we have yet to see the Leafs best hockey.

To top it off, the Leafs are traditionally more dangerous when they are wounded. They will most likely come out with their best game of the series thus far on Friday night, and it will take everything the Sens have to get that win in the big smoke.

Should be a hell of a game.
i can't believe what i just read because it seems like for once there is a sens fan that actually speaks from an open mind. respect to u man. i guess not ALL sens fans are stupid.

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The Leafs will win tonight!

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