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09-14-2010, 07:59 PM
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it cost 100 dollars for the season = all NHL games via stream


You can check it out at hockeystreams.com

there is a sample stream
Its worth it. I think I may invest.

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Delayed game is on the leaf site!
I've been waiting on their site, I would like to watch everyone with my own eyes

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That doesn't seem right. Then what would you be paying for if you could see it for free?
There are two other options that you have to pay for. By the way you can now catch the game on mapleleafs**.com

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Butler and Hoffman have good chemistry--they're complementing each other pretty well.

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I'm really liking Hoffman, he needs to put on some muscle but he is very skilled and that shot is deadly.

Butler is dangerous out there, he makes things happen.

Greening is looking good playing the big man with Hoffman and Butler.

Dzuirzynski might have some bottom 6 NHL potential a few years down the road. Really nice find for no risk. I hope we see him drop the gloves.

O'Brien has been playing better, whoever compared him to Donovan had the right idea. We might still salvage an NHL player out of him.

I'm a bit dissapointed in Daugavins, not much gumption, does not seem to have much imagination either.

Gryba is quite fast in a straight line once he gets going. I thought he would be much slower.

Massive dive by Mueller for the Wiercioch "trip". Pathetic. Derek Roy like 180%.

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8/10 on the dive. The landing was a little stiff.

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Butler has some AMAZING wheels.

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1-1...No idea how that one got through

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Good maybe some more fans will have faith in him. I hate what people are starting to think about Cowen.
I don't think its faith or people bashing him but just saying he needs more time. In prospect camp, some just went way over the top pumping his tires. Saying things like "he'll be this years Myers" and that he'll make the team for sure. He's just not ready. He has a lot of upside but the reality is that he is a defenseman who will need time to learn and develop. To expect him to turn pro right away and be an impact player is unrealistic.

There's no reason, I see, to worry about him. He's solid in his own end and his skating looks to have improved immensely. Would I like him to be a finished product at 19? Hell yes. But if you give him the proper time and guidance to develop into a solid two way #1 type guy, the franchise will greatly benefit. To do so, he absolutely needs to return to Spokane and Team Canada and likely play a full season in the AHL. That's not hate, that's just reality.

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Lehner plays WAY too deep in his crease.

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Cowen has gotta clear the crease better.

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Nice pass by Hoffman to Greening, kid's got some awareness.

Kadri is a piece of garbage. We're going to hate his guts in a few years.

Condra has a very quick/active stick.

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09-14-2010, 08:11 PM
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Kenny Ryan? Is he a cousin of Ricky Bobby?

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Dzuirw/e plays a lil like Foligno.

Culek has something special in him. Protects the puck amazingly well and is very aggressive defensively.

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who do we blame for that lame goal?

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Nice pass by Hoffman to Greening, kid's got some awareness.

Kadri is a piece of garbage. We're going to hate his guts in a few years.

Condra has a very quick/active stick.
And to think... if Burke didn't take him there would be a possibility of him being on the other team of this game.

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Damn I heard awkward bounce and then cheers. Not good

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So scoring summary so far:

Hoffman
Cowen
Hoffman


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Lol. Witness greatness. D'amigo scores off Hoffman's stick while trying to slide a pass over to his teammate. Sens down 2-1. That was a weeeaaaak PP. Where is Wiercioch?

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Wiercioch is going to be a very good player.

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kadri is doing nothing, as expected

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Lehner plays WAY too deep in his crease.
That's the knock on arguably the best goalie in the league in Henrik Lundqvist as well. Lehner's father has taught them both.

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who do we blame for that lame goal?
Probably Wiercioch. His skills are undoubtable but as a Defenseman he absolutely needs to learn the fine line of Defense. He's always making risky plays and jumping ahead without a whole lot of support. It's something that he'll figure out eventually, but I don't think he can get a spot on the NHL roster until he figures it out.

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Cowen has gotta clear the crease better.
Correction:
Cowen has gotta do everything better.

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kadri is doing nothing, as expected
Haha i don't understand the hype at all. D'amigo is playing much better than him.

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That's the knock on arguably the best goalie in the league in Henrik Lundqvist as well. Lehner's father has taught them both.
Thing is even though his dad thought Lundqvist, Lehner doesn't play the same way as Henrik. On that particular play, he needed to be out more.

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