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03-11-2011, 12:37 PM
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So Jimmi, I thought you said you were ready?

You arent really thinking of not honoring our bet are you?

Because welching in front of the whole board wouldnt look good dont you agree?

Anyway, in case you forgot, here is your new avatar. Wear it with pride.

What Bet are you talking about?

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I feel like I'm stuck in that Bill Murray movie.
This is a lot like Lost in Translation, isn't it?

Hopefully we can turn it into Ghostbusters next season!

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03-11-2011, 01:37 PM
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What Bet are you talking about?
Ok, be like that.

http://hfboards.com/showpost.php?p=2...&postcount=313

Put it on.

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Fair enough, I guess he won't be, I'll pop it on. Fair is fair, it's too bad he probably would have made it. Honestly less for the bet and more for the positive growth of a young player.

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lol looks like hes got you there




but really, **** this season, its dead to me

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Fair enough, I guess he won't be, I'll pop it on. Fair is fair, it's too bad he probably would have made it. Honestly less for the bet and more for the positive growth of a young player.
He may have hit fifty points, but he was never going to be a + player this year. Not at -15 at game sixty. At least you have a playoff team to cheer for now.

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He may have hit fifty points, but he was never going to be a + player this year. Not at -15 at game sixty. At least you have a playoff team to cheer for now.
Indeed, the Bruins?

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Stand to your Canucks, Jimmy! *g

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If the Canucks play the Flames in the first round, I'll be sporting a similar aviator.

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lol looks like hes got you there




but really, **** this season, its dead to me
Only thing left to cheer for is the Oilers to beat Calgary ... twice. Uyy, it's gonna be an ugly end to the season.

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Haha nice avy Jimmy at least the ladies of the forum can enjoy mine. I think. Is Kesler considered hot?

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Looks like 42 points is the line in the sand...Hemsky, Hall and Gagner all end the season with 42 points
did i miss something with Hemsky? isn't he only supposed to be out a couple weeks?

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Now we definently wont win the cup!

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Haha nice avy Jimmy at least the ladies of the forum can enjoy mine. I think. Is Kesler considered hot?
Maybe if he was slightly less of a massive d-bag.

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Some news about how long he will be out?
It is a big difference if he is out for 4 weeks or for 4 months.
Doesn't matter when the season is over.

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Fair enough, I guess he won't be, I'll pop it on. Fair is fair, it's too bad he probably would have made it. Honestly less for the bet and more for the positive growth of a young player.
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What Bet are you talking about?
Absolutely epic. Not too mention the Kesler avy.

IATL Let's make some playoff predictions.

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Some news about how long he will be out?
It is a big difference if he is out for 4 weeks or for 4 months.
Doesn't matter when the season is over.
No. It doesn't. He won't play in the WC's regardless. What matters is is how severed and what tendon. Modano had the same injury. What I liked was the preventative measure that Bob Mac presented. I brought a thread up here that revolved around mostly neck injuries by laceration. Since then, companies have popped up with NHL connections offering a product that is as close to cut proof as a product that is still breathable, comfortable and wearable can be. This is a very lucrative niche developing in terms of business. Something that can be created and sold to Under Armour for royalties. A portion of their under garments that is made with this material.

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No. It doesn't. He won't play in the WC's regardless. What matters is is how severed and what tendon. Modano had the same injury. What I liked was the preventative measure that Bob Mac presented. I brought a thread up here that revolved around mostly neck injuries by laceration. Since then, companies have popped up with NHL connections offering a product that is as close to cut proof as a product that is still breathable, comfortable and wearable can be. This is a very lucrative niche developing in terms of business. Something that can be created and sold to Under Armour for royalties. A portion of their under garments that is made with this material.
Yes it is important how severe it is. And it is also important if he could go healthy into the pause.
The need the recovery and then the full training for the next season.
So nobody knows ho severe it is?

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Yes it is important how severe it is. And it is also important if he could go healthy into the pause.
The need the recovery and then the full training for the next season.
So nobody knows ho severe it is?
I'm fairly sure it was preventative. Considering the fact that he was able to play with before the surgery. Pretty obvious sign if you ask me. I agree. It does matter so how long he is unable to use it and apply his reflexes.


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