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02-08-2010, 07:41 PM
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SPEAKING of Chase Utley.

He could totally be our goalie.




Why?

BECAUSE HES THE MAYUN.

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lol are you kidding me?

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02-08-2010, 07:51 PM
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Does Holmgren still plan on re-signing him in season?

Hello Montreal, plz give us a goalie.

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02-08-2010, 07:51 PM
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Niitty the sequal

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Ray Emery may have a torn labrum in his hip, but the Flyers think he can play out the season and have surgery - if needed - in the summer.
Although this is all hypothesis so far, as the team hasn't addressed it, if he does have a torn labrum and they decide to let him play the rest of the year, things will not go well for this team. You know it's going to hamper him for the rest of the year and he is going to struggle. I have a good feeling he's not going to play until after the break and if we don't win any of these games before the break, they may as well just throw in the towel already.

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Didn't they try this with Niittymaki?


If organizational standards hold true, Emery can forget about a contract extension.

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02-08-2010, 07:55 PM
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Didn't they try this with Niittymaki?


If organizational standards hold true, Emery can forget about a contract extension.
Holmgren's probably thrilled because this means another discount for Emery.

And yes they shredded Nitty's hips by having him play through injury.

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02-08-2010, 07:58 PM
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Honestly, I swear this team is cursed.

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02-08-2010, 08:00 PM
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this team wasnt going anywhere in the playoffs anyway. lets be honest.

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well the Emery experiment was nice while it lasted

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SPEAKING of Chase Utley.

He could totally be our goalie.




Why?

BECAUSE HES THE MAYUN.
<- This.

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02-08-2010, 08:47 PM
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would it be easier to find a new goalie during the season or during the off season, I just don't want another Adam Oates panic button trade

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Flyers goalie Ray Emery underwent an MRI on his left hip Monday, after complaining for days of experiencing “tightness” in the area.

It was the second MRI the 27-year-old goaltender has had on the hip this season. Emery was scratched from Monday’s game against the New Jersey Devils at the Wachovia Center. It was the third game in a row he missed.

Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren, who did not have results from the procedure as of game time Monday, said that Emery had skated Sunday, “and felt real good after that.”

“He took it easy [Monday], and is going to push it hard tomorrow with the idea that he'll be ready to play Wednesday,” Holmgren said.

The first indication that Emery was battling injury came on Feb. 2, when he was given the day off of practice. Despite participating in the morning skate Feb. 3 at Edmonton, he did not dress for the game that night.

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02-08-2010, 09:02 PM
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Sounds like he's OK.
If he is sore, its ok weve got a few weeks to rest during the Olympics.

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Hopefully, they'll have the results tomorrow or Wednesday and it won't be bad news.

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I suggest we scratch him till the olympics are over

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I suggest we scratch him till the olympics are over
This.

Keep NYI on speed dial for Biron just in case.

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Yeah there's almost no need to play him this week, the extra rest could do him good

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Let Leighton start the rest of the games, and give him a very light workload in practice. Give him the first week to week and a half of the Olympics off, and then get him working again.

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02-08-2010, 10:06 PM
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This.

Keep MTL on speed dial for Price just in case.
Fixed.

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Fixed.
I don't know what's more frustrating: that you have a hoard of angry Habs fans at my throat, or that they think I was schooled in "goalie 101" by a girl from the Flyers board.

Regardless, goaltending is still being severely overrated.

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Now he can party with blondes in the motels..

Take Boucher with you..

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I don't know what's more frustrating: that you have a hoard of angry Habs fans at my throat, or that they think I was schooled in "goalie 101" by a girl from the Flyers board.

Regardless, goaltending is still being severely overrated.


I didn't send them after you. You've done a good job arguing with them well before I came on the scene.

I respectfully disagree.

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Has a goalie ever played through a torn labrum at anywhere close to their usual level?

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Has a goalie ever played through a torn labrum at anywhere close to their usual level?
Well, if it's anything like Emery playing hurt earlier this season before going to surgery, I can assure you that it will be disastrous.

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