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#21 njd3b1ink


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Posted 12 June 2012 - 02:48 PM

If the first sentence is true, the second sentence is, at best, an observation of little value.

So if the devils played amazing and still lost it wud have more value? No matter how u look at the game, and no matter how well or bad the devils played*, it doesnt take away from the fact that the officiating was horribly lopsided.

Edited by njd3b1ink, 12 June 2012 - 02:49 PM.

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#22 Hades



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Posted 13 June 2012 - 06:17 AM

Should have been a double minor. Worst case is the Kings score two goals. Then we still have a game.
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Posted 13 June 2012 - 07:28 AM

This is the worst kind of belly-aching. If the situation is reversed, you'd all be crying dirty player, cheap shot, not to mention the conspiracy theories if no 5 minute major was called.

Them's the breaks sometimes. Don't give up three f'n goals. Or score a goal when we have a one minute 5 on 3 pp in game three, and maybe we're up 3-2 in the series going into last night.

Devils lost to the better team. Get over it.

I'm over it, and believe, hard as it is to say, that we deserved to lose. That said, the refs are there for safety, and they failed at that. The game got chippy because the Kings could get away with murder, and the Devils began to retaliate. The refs tried to fix it with misconducts, but again called against the Devils. None of this affecte the outcome, and thankfully the Devils had enough class not to escalate it too much, but if the Flyers are playing, we could have seen a catastrophic injury.
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