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02-24-2011, 07:41 PM
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Thought is get back in time but fail. Stuck listening to Detroit radio crew. What happened on the disallowed goal?

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02-24-2011, 07:42 PM
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Oh Holmstrom. Speaking of earned reputations.

FWIW, it was a legit waive-off because Lehtonen was in the crease and bumped by Holmstrom (though lightly) as the puck went by him. Holmstrom has all the responsibility to avoid the goalie when the the goalie is in the crease, not the other way around.

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02-24-2011, 07:43 PM
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Robidas can't avoid shooting it straight into the guy in front of him and Woywitka can't avoid shooting it wide.

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Thought is get back in time but fail. Stuck listening to Detroit radio crew. What happened on the disallowed goal?
Lehtonen was at the edge of his crease but with most of him in the blue paint. Holmstrom backed into him (with no defender in the frame) and bumped into him lightly as the shot went by both. Waived off for incidental GI.

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Oh Holmstrom. Speaking of earned reputations.

FWIW, it was a legit waive-off because Lehtonen was in the crease and bumped by Holmstrom (though lightly) as the puck went by him. Holmstrom has all the responsibility to avoid the goalie when the the goalie is in the crease, not the other way around.
He wasn't in the crease.

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02-24-2011, 07:46 PM
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.... Barch is the answer?

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02-24-2011, 07:46 PM
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Ok, Krys Barch just scored.

April 1st is over a month away, what the hell is this business?

It's 3-0 Dallas!

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ahahahahah Barch

He fell down out of nowhere earlier in his shift, then gets his pass to Benn blocked and shovels it in the net.

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He wasn't in the crease.
Lehtonen was in the crease (the edge of the crease counts as in the crease). Holmstrom's positioning is irrelevant because it was a bump, not a screen.

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02-24-2011, 07:48 PM
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lol barch

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Wow Franzen is a little *****.

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Ok, Krys Barch just scored.
I guess he was the missing piece. 10 yrs, $20 million, NMC on the way.

Ooooh...feistiness on the ice!

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Its early but I'm going to have to say we'll win this game when KRYS ****ING BARCH scores a goal.

Holy **** scrum.

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Franzen trying to exploit Burish's injury.

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Holy hell, Draper looked purple there.

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I have a feeling Morrow is going to run Franzen. At least I hope so.

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Oh Detroit. Salei knocks Ribeiro into his own goalkeeper and Howard somehow thinks its Ribeiro's fault. What are the chances we heard about how Ribeiro could have taken his head off because Ribeiro is so dirty?

And Franzen trying to go under the cage of a guy with a broken face. All class, that guy.

ETA: Without the jersey, Ribeiro looks like he weights like.. 150 pounds.

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"Pretty good slash by Ribeiro there" - Wings announcers on the replay of Osgood's dive back in 2008.

Now they're dissecting Ribeiro's pads while in the box, as if none of the Wings have the exact same pads. Good stuff.

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I missed it, how did that start?

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I missed it, how did that start?
Salei drove Ribeiro into Howard, Howard went bananas.

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Red Wings broadcast just out of control bawwwing about Ribeiro's shoulder pads.

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"Pretty good slash by Ribeiro there" - Wings announcers on the replay of Osgood's dive back in 2008.

Now they're dissecting Ribeiro's pads while in the box, as if none of the Wings have the exact same pads. Good stuff.
They're so why I have this game on mute. Grouchy old men who are homers to boot offer no reason for any non-Wings fan to listen to them.

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Holy hell, Draper looked purple there.
that was Franzen

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All jokes about Barch aside,
I really think Burish is the Locker Room guy we needed.

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*snickers*

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