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Stanley Cup Finals - Game 6: Blackhawks @ Flyers - June 9, 2010 - 8:00 P.M. (ET)

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I've never been so anxious for a game in my life.

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As if Ville Leino will say saada selkääni joukkue.







I used Google Translate, not sure how accurate that is.

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As if Ville Leino will say saada selkääni joukkue.







I used Google Translate, not sure how accurate that is.
Whatever this says, I like it!!!!

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I've never been so anxious for a game in my life.
I've thought that almost every game starting with the playoff clincher over the rags.

The stakes just keep getting higher.

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No way the NHL lets the Flyers lose tonight. I hope the PP clicks. The ratings have been too good for the NHL.

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Please win Flyers! Thank you!

I just noticed that my office vending machine has the Lance grilled cheese crackers. I might get some later today to help the cause.
I checked mine, just Peanut Butter and regular Cheddar Cheese. Oh well, I'll have to go for the sandwich at some point today.

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I went to a Tim Hortons when I visited Canada. I think it was in Kingston.

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We're talking about donut shops. Not coffee shops
Pfft. There is no such thing as a donut shop. Timmys is a coffee shop - while they sell donuts there, nobody goes there to get one. It's all about the coffee.

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Pfft. There is no such thing as a donut shop. Timmys is a coffee shop - while they sell donuts there, nobody goes there to get one. It's all about the coffee.
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I went to a Tim Hortons when I visited Canada. I think it was in Kingston.
When I left Kingston (about 10 years ago), the city had one of the highest per capita number of Tim Horton's locations in Canada.... probably still does.

It would have been hard not to go to Tim Horton's if you were in Kingston.

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I went to a Tim Hortons when I visited Canada. I think it was in Kingston.
I can think of 7 or 8 off the top of my head in Kingston. They're pretty much everywhere - even small towns have them. In Southern Ontario, you'd be challenged to drive 10 miles and not pass 4 or 5.

Did you guys (mainly Canadians) know that the Timmy's website has a trip planner? Man, I could have used that a few years back when we were looking for a Timmy's going through New Brunswick!

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I'm nervous.
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Did you guys (mainly Canadians) know that the Timmy's website has a trip planner?


That's terrible.

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That's terrible.
I know - it shocked the hell out of me! Although, as I said, driving through the middle of New Brunswick looking at trees and hills and not much else, it would have been handy to know where one was. But then again, we found one and it's become a routine stop now.

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I can think of 7 or 8 off the top of my head in Kingston. They're pretty much everywhere - even small towns have them. In Southern Ontario, you'd be challenged to drive 10 miles and not pass 4 or 5.

Did you guys (mainly Canadians) know that the Timmy's website has a trip planner? Man, I could have used that a few years back when we were looking for a Timmy's going through New Brunswick!
That's kinda like Wawa here in Jersey. You'd be hard pressed to go any amount of miles and not have at least 2 or 3 within a 2-3 mile radius.

And I actually know people that put together a trip just to go every Wawa. I know it's not all over the country, but that's still ridiculous and awesome all at the same time.

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That's kinda like Wawa here in Jersey. You'd be hard pressed to go any amount of miles and not have at least 2 or 3 within a 2-3 mile radius.

And I actually know people that put together a trip just to go every Wawa. I know it's not all over the country, but that's still ridiculous and awesome all at the same time.
I've seen you guys talk about Wawa - is it a restaurant or 7-11 type place?

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That's kinda like Wawa here in Jersey. You'd be hard pressed to go any amount of miles and not have at least 2 or 3 within a 2-3 mile radius.

And I actually know people that put together a trip just to go every Wawa. I know it's not all over the country, but that's still ridiculous and awesome all at the same time.
I wouldn't trade WaWa for any other place.

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I've seen you guys talk about Wawa - is it a restaurant or 7-11 type place?
7-11 but better and with hoagies

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Canada is the #1 consumer of coffee on the planet. I think a Hortons franchise fee is around a million bucks.

T minus 8hrs 12 min!!!!!!!

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7-11 but better and with hoagies
7-11 in Canada has hoagies,, we just call the Rubber Sandwiches !!

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Canada is the #1 consumer of coffee on the planet. I think a Hortons franchise fee is around a million bucks.

T minus 8hrs 12 min!!!!!!!
7 years ago I looked into getting one and opening it in Flin Flon. At the time they would loan you most of the money, but they required that you have $190 K in Cash, not assets , Cash in the bank !

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No way the NHL lets the Flyers lose tonight. I hope the PP clicks. The ratings have been too good for the NHL.
Well I fully expect one or two calls for Danny almost losing an eye and not being called. And It better be bloody murder before we get called for a penalty tonight.

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7-11 in Canada has hoagies,, we just call the Rubber Sandwiches !!
I 100% guarantee that these are better.

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