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#521 msweet

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Posted 14 April 2008 - 07:24 AM

We deserved to win that one.
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Posted 14 April 2008 - 07:40 AM


Can anyone set up a whole lot of bauman rolls over at the Rag$ board? Here's Jagr's comments = Bauman...Sean Avery's antics = Bauman ... Dubinski's goals = Bauman

Staal's goal = OT game winner :giggle:
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Posted 14 April 2008 - 07:45 AM

We deserved to win that one.

Yeah which is why I was terrified that we were gonna lose since we can't hold a lead or get sticks that don't break on pks.
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Posted 14 April 2008 - 07:57 AM

Yeah which is why I was terrified that we were gonna lose since we can't hold a lead or get sticks that don't break on pks.


Well, I am just happy that they found a way to get it done. The Rangers suck.
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Posted 14 April 2008 - 09:57 AM

Reading Kevin Smith's blog on the game was another good way to relive last night:

http://fans.nhl.com/...h11/blogs/11197
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Posted 14 April 2008 - 10:06 AM

Reading Kevin Smith's blog on the game was another good way to relive last night:

http://fans.nhl.com/...h11/blogs/11197


LoL Great Blog! He talks about rupp cursing out mara on Vs. also lol. Anyone know if it is up on youtube?

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Posted 14 April 2008 - 10:08 AM

LoL Great Blog! He talks about rupp cursing out mara on Vs. also lol. Anyone know if it is up on youtube?


Someone posted the youtube link in a thread last night so you can probably just search youtube to find it.
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Posted 14 April 2008 - 10:09 AM

Someone posted the youtube link in a thread last night so you can probably just search youtube to find it.


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Posted 14 April 2008 - 10:11 AM

What goes around comes around buddy, now it's our time for some luck, we've EARNED it.



Game 3 the tables have turned in the Devils favor. It was about time since it was on the NYR side the whole season and the first two games of this series. It is now the Devils turn and time.
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Posted 14 April 2008 - 12:53 PM

I gotta comment on Avery's shinanegans last night. However juvenille they were, it was obviously effective. Why did we let this guy stand right in front of Marty? I can bet any amount of money if Scotty, Holik or Peluso was still on this team, Avery would have been knocked on his butt for that. We need our enforcers to protect Marty from things like this from happening. Which leads me to my next question.

Who is our enforcer? Years past, no skater in the NHL would dare to skate right into our zone as they could expect a wack from Stevens or Holik. I really haven't seen anybody step up and start tossing bodies around until only recently. That will be the key to the rest of this series I feel. We gotta start shoving back, harder than the rags do and keep attacking the puck to create opportunities for some one like Elias or Parise to score.

Hey, maybe I am not making any valid points or don't know what the heck I'm talking about. All I know is I still have visions of Lindros getting slammed to the ice by Stevens and would love to see a blue shirt get pulverised in the same manner. Maybe then Avery will think twice about poking someone int the face with his stick or waving his hands in the air in front of Marty.
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Posted 14 April 2008 - 01:44 PM

I gotta comment on Avery's shinanegans last night. However juvenille they were, it was obviously effective. Why did we let this guy stand right in front of Marty? I can bet any amount of money if Scotty, Holik or Peluso was still on this team, Avery would have been knocked on his butt for that. We need our enforcers to protect Marty from things like this from happening. Which leads me to my next question.

Who is our enforcer? Years past, no skater in the NHL would dare to skate right into our zone as they could expect a wack from Stevens or Holik. I really haven't seen anybody step up and start tossing bodies around until only recently. That will be the key to the rest of this series I feel. We gotta start shoving back, harder than the rags do and keep attacking the puck to create opportunities for some one like Elias or Parise to score.

Hey, maybe I am not making any valid points or don't know what the heck I'm talking about. All I know is I still have visions of Lindros getting slammed to the ice by Stevens and would love to see a blue shirt get pulverised in the same manner. Maybe then Avery will think twice about poking someone int the face with his stick or waving his hands in the air in front of Marty.

First, it was a 5-3 so the 3 defenders were preoccupied with the puck since avery was not interested in the puck and only tormenting Brodeur no one could really deal with him without leaving some area in triangle in front of the net exposed. Second, I think there's been lots of hitting and retribution going back and forth. You can't give someone like Avery too much attention cause thats all he wants you protect Marty obviously but other than that hit him and ignore him. The best revenge is on the scoreboard.
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