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02-25-2011, 10:14 PM
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02-25-2011, 10:24 PM
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I love it when Kipper doesn't care about form and just makes the save, that last second shuffle over to hold onto the puck was priceless

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Ahh, that was always going to happen.. what do you expect when you try and clam up but can't get the puck out. History always repeats itself.

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02-25-2011, 10:28 PM
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It's always ****ing Clowe. Seriously.

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02-25-2011, 10:31 PM
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Well, that one point get the Flames to 6th place for now.

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02-25-2011, 10:32 PM
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Come on boys, you guys got this! Regroup and lets get it done!!

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That was just brutal of the Flames to let the Sharks tie this up. So close to a regulation win. Just win, dammit.

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02-25-2011, 10:46 PM
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Clowe again.

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**** sakes.. 1 pt is better than none but ****!

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This and the Anaheim game are gonna come back to hurt the Flames...

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02-25-2011, 11:19 PM
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Still alot of hockey left to be played, but 2 points sure would of helped tonight.

I think King should get stars painted on the top of the Dome, that way Bourque will think every game is being played outdoors.

Kipper played amazing tonight, anyone who says this guy isn't a top goaltender in the NHL needs to check if their Koolaid is spiked. There are times where this guy does not look human, I cannot get over the saves he has the ability of making. He is truly someone that is very special to watch!

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Why Brent did not call a timeout during the third is absolutely beyond me and a huge error on his part.

Now im not solely blaming the loss on him, becausethe flames just stopped moving their feet all together.

TIMEOUT!, I think I need one.

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Thought our slower dmen (Sarich, Staois) were taken advantage of by the Sharks. Sarich didn't look that great in particular.

Not a bad game by the Flames but Sharks had a little more jump.

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Why Brent did not call a timeout during the third is absolutely beyond me and a huge error on his part.

Now im not solely blaming the loss on him, becausethe flames just stopped moving their feet all together.

TIMEOUT!, I think I need one.
How could he call a time-out when there was no stoppage of play, we didn't touch the puck or get it out or ice it. The talking he got to do was in the TV time out.

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02-26-2011, 12:11 AM
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How could he call a time-out when there was no stoppage of play, we didn't touch the puck or get it out or ice it. The talking he got to do was in the TV time out.
That's true, the Sharks offense went into freaking god mode and we just couldn't catch up. Tough luck, but I'm glad we got the point. Keep on rolling.

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02-26-2011, 12:44 AM
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How could he call a time-out when there was no stoppage of play, we didn't touch the puck or get it out or ice it. The talking he got to do was in the TV time out.
They were all over us for 10+ mins of that third period, A timeout should have been taken somewhere in that span of time.

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02-26-2011, 01:06 AM
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They were all over us for 10+ mins of that third period, A timeout should have been taken somewhere in that span of time.
The only reason he'd want a time-out is a breather because it's pretty obvious that around halfway point of the third period, Sutter wanted them to clam up. The game plan from that point on was maybe some occasional offense (as it's clear they COULD play in their zone, but they didn't.) Now, they weren't very successful at it as it resulted in a goal, but it was the play he wanted. He might have thought about a TO, but he couldn't call one when it mattered.

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