DaneykoIsGod

Raising No. 27

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We had a ceremony for him in 07 at the Rock for his induction; I should know I was there, the game was against the Caps, and I got the poster from the night.

Stevens retirement ceremony was in February 2006 vs the Carolina. Devils won 3-0 nothing cuz I was there with my son and I recall the Hurricane players watching the events from their bench. When Stevens walked off the ice at the end of the ceremonies he was met by Brind'Amour.

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^Im talking to the night they honored him for when he was inducted into the HHOF.

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You asked for an honorable example and I took it as a generic example and I gave you one. It has nothing to do with Scott N at this point tho I will say this. Any player that says "my current teams is number on my list and then signs immediately with another team, i.e.Holik, is a LHRB. IMO Scott N had no intentions of re-signing with NJ unless his brother was signed to the Devils. He always wanted to play with his brother? Sorry but I don't care about type of occupation, in my opinion working with family is a bad idea.

How long before Scott signed with Anaheim did he say the Devils were number one on his list? I don't remember that.

I'm sure the Niedermayers would disagree with you that playing on the same team was a bad idea considering they won a Cup together, and I doubt the Sedins think playing together is a bad idea.

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You asked for an honorable example and I took it as a generic example and I gave you one. It has nothing to do with Scott N at this point tho I will say this. Any player that says "my current teams is number on my list and then signs immediately with another team, i.e.Holik, is a LHRB. IMO Scott N had no intentions of re-signing with NJ unless his brother was signed to the Devils. He always wanted to play with his brother? Sorry but I don't care about type of occupation, in my opinion working with family is a bad idea.

How long before Scott signed with Anaheim did he say the Devils were number one on his list? I don't remember that.I'm sure the Niedermayers would disagree with you that playing on the same team was a bad idea considering they won a Cup together, and I doubt the Sedins think playing together is a bad idea.

I never said he said that. Read the bolded in my post to which you are replying. :) I also said imo he never had any intention of signing.

You are quick to point out my not being exact and yet you did similar. I think I will call it a tie and agree to disagree. :)

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^Im talking to the night they honored him for when he was inducted into the HHOF.

Oh. OK.

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