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03-13-2010, 10:38 AM
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Ottawa @ Vancouver 10:00 PM EST, CBC

No GDT up again, figured I would post this to get some talk about the game going.

I assume Leclaire is starting since Clouston said he would play once on this trip.

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03-13-2010, 12:56 PM
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Ottawa Senators: We kick ass (recently just our own, but kicking ass is kicking ass), and Kovalev is my new desktop background. 5 pts for him tonight. Better win, I traveled across the ocean to see this game.
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Vancouver Canucks:Luongo carried the paralympic torch... Shows where he belongs.
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Projected Senators' Rosters



Left Wing
Center
Right Wing
MichalekSpezzaAlfredsson
ShannonFisherKovalev
ReginCullenNeil
RuutuKellyWinchester

Defense
Defense
PhillipsVolchenkov
SuttonKarlsson
LeeCarkner
Goalies
Leclaire
Elliott
**We suck and our couch doesn't know what he's doing.


Princesses' Line-ups



Left Wing
Center
Right Wing
D. SedinH. SedinSamuelsson
DemitraKeslerBurrows
RaymondWellwoodHansen
GlassJohnsonRypien

Defense
Defense
SaloEdler
BieksaO'Brien
AlbertsEhrhoff
Goalies
Luongo
Raycroft
**Line-up is subject to change


Team Comparison


Who's Hot?
Senators:

I guess Karlsson? He's really fast. Not even a camera can catch him. Kovalev's been okay, too. Had a long shift... yep.



Canucks:


Sedin? He's decent, I guess.


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I'm going to a strip club
After the game, yay!


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leclaire starting apparently. Not elliott.

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umm, isn't there already a GDT?

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03-13-2010, 01:04 PM
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leclaire starting apparently. Not elliott.
Changed. Thanks for that!

We need to get back on track... + I'm going to this game. I will NOT accept a loss.

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Not optimistic.

Sens record on HNIC and on the road is really bad this year.

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We need to get another streak going. A lot has changed since then but on paper you'd think it was for the better. We need Cheechoo back.

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I love PolakDave gdts. Keep up the good work!

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The boys have to be ready to play tonight, this is the Canucks first home game since way before the olympics (14 straight home games). I'm sure they're going to be pumped to be infront of their fans again. Looking forward to see if Leclaire can build on his last performance. Should be a good one.

Go sens go!

Also, your gdt kicks all kind of ass, good job Dave!!


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03-13-2010, 01:24 PM
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03-13-2010, 01:40 PM
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No GDT up again, figured I would post this to get some talk about the game going.

I assume Leclaire is starting since Clouston said he would play once on this trip.
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I was hoping they'd have a Sen on After Hours, but it appears it'll be Luongo. Oh well.

Go Sens.
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Are you kidding? Man they get so many opportunities to have a canuck or Luongo on AH, crap CBC ****s us over again
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Yep, Leclaire is starting - saw it on the Sportsnet ticker yesterday.
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MatthewT My hero...

I said they'd lose tonight, hope they prove me wrong. If we win, 3-1 again
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I'm pretty sure I heard that Alfie is going to be the first guest and Luongo is the second guest!
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That would be amazing if true.
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This is all I can find on CBC



I hope your right though
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They usually have someone on before the main guest for a few minutes. Makes sense, I guess.
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GM Place is dead to me. It should be known as Canada Hockey Place forever.

Go Sens.....
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A must win.
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And it will be.

Bieksa is back for the Canucks, so that will mean maybe an extra goal or 2 for you guys.

Plus Luongo has not been good at all. Raycroft outplayed him by a long shot.

Adding Bieksa + no Mitchell to shelter him + Luongo not himself = Canucks loss
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Michalek 225 - Spezza 215 - Alfredsson 200
Regin 197 - Fisher 209 - Kovalev 222
Kelly 198 - Cullen 200 - Neil 212
Ruutu 204 - Winchester 203 - Shannon 171

Phillips 216 - Volchenkov 226
Sutton 245 - Karlsson 175
Lee 206 - Carkner 231

Injured starters: Kuba 229, Foligno 209


D. Sedin 187 - H. Sedin 188 - Samuelsson 218
Demitra 200 - Kesler 202 - Burrows 188
Raymond 185 - Wellwood 181 - Hansen 195
Glass 210 - Johnson 199 - Rypien 190

Salo 212 - Edler 215
Bieksa 198 - O'Brien 230
Alberts 218 - Ehrhoff 203

Injured starters: Mitchell, Bernier
It floors me how small that team is, 5 Forwards in the Top-9 under 190 lbs.

Hits stats thus far:
Ottawa = 1637 (8th)
Vancouver = 1233 (27th)

Game plan should be exactly the same as last game; keep 'em to the perimeter, hammer them on the forecheck, rush their D-men and kill their break out.

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Where did you get the hit stats? I know you can get individual stats on nhl.com but I can't find the team stats.
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I wouldn't say they are small, Wellwood is the only one under 6 feet. Certainly lacking grit though.
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Team -> Real Time
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Can't watch the game tonight

I'm really hoping for a win!

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03-13-2010, 01:45 PM
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GDT : Sens v.s Vancouver

Michaelak trying to get = 30 goals

Alfy most points

Vancouver top player = Henrik Sedin

top goalie Luongo.

If the Sens lose they are in serious trouble. Maybe a coach demotion or bringing up Brodeur is in order.

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I'm going through withdrawal. I haven't seen the Sens play in about a month.

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OMG, thank you

I found this while looking for some videos:


That was a good one. Is this guy an Ottawa Native?

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Michaelak trying to get = 30 goals

Alfy most points

Vancouver top player = Henrik Sedin

top goalie Luongo.

If the Sens lose they are in serious trouble. Maybe a coach demotion or bringing up Brodeur is in order.
lol noottt aggggaaiinnn...

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03-13-2010, 02:42 PM
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Tough game tonight. Despite being pathetically small and incredibly soft the Canucks have managed to put up 26 goals in six games since the Olympics.

Against Wings, Preds, Hawks, Avs, Yotes and Jackets. Only crap team being the Jackets.

D needs to be good

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Michaelak trying to get = 30 goals

Alfy most points

Vancouver top player = Henrik Sedin

top goalie Luongo.

If the Sens lose they are in serious trouble. Maybe a coach demotion or bringing up Brodeur is in order.
Well regardless win or lose Murray should replace the PP coach. It's been horrendous all season. Still time to get the PP sorted for the playoffs if he hires someone new, but time is running out quickly.

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Well regardless win or lose Murray should replace the PP coach. It's been horrendous all season. Still time to get the PP sorted for the playoffs if he hires someone new, but time is running out quickly.
Players play, coaches coach. These players are good enough and have enough experience to do it on there own. Players just arnt performing on the powerplay, Kovalev for example.

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I hope the A train remembers who injured Karlsson last game and catches him on the tracks.

I also hope if Kesler has an upclose meeting with Karlsson's new defensive partner if he wants to try getting in Erik's face again. Unload on him Sutton!

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Michaelak trying to get = 30 goals

Alfy most points

Vancouver top player = Henrik Sedin

top goalie Luongo.

If the Sens lose they are in serious trouble. Maybe a coach demotion or bringing up Brodeur is in order.
You can do better.

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Players play, coaches coach. These players are good enough and have enough experience to do it on there own. Players just arnt performing on the powerplay, Kovalev for example.
Hartsburg and Paddock coached, players played crappy. Clouston coaches, players are winning. The teams they coached had players with a Stanley cup run experience, so by your logic they should have been able to win on their own.

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In case anyone's interested, the lineup for the Canucks looks slightly different than the one posted at the top of the thread.

Bieksa is back in, meaning the odd man out is Shane O'Brien, and not Aaron Rome as listed.

D-pairings should be:

Salo - Edler
Bieksa - Rome
Alberts - Ehrhoff

Also, Hordichuk draws in for Tanner Glass. Maybe some fireworks tonight with a Hordi - Carkner tilt, and a Neil - Rypien rematch? Hope so!

Should be a good one - my 2 favourite Canadian Teams going head to head.

Cheers Sens crew!

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Hey guys, I'm a Canucks fan. Hope I'm not intruding.

I was just driving up the coast of Vancouver Island and heard on the Team 1040 out of Vancouver an interview with the play-by-play guy for the Sens. Unfortunately, I can't remember his name.

He was saying that one of the Sens recent performances was one of the gutsiest he had ever seen anywhere by any team; with the main reason being that over half the team was sick. I didn't pick up which game it was and the impression I got was that the Sens lost (the AM radio signal wasn't that great) but this guy was impressed with the team. Now, he may have just been blowing smoke up the ass of us folks on the west coast, but I didn't get that feel.

Anyways, just wanted to say that according to one of the respected Sens allies, your team has a ton of heart. Good on them. And I'm looking forward to a great game tonight. Hope the Sens are recovered from the flu bug.

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