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Member Since 26 Jan 2006
Offline Last Active Feb 18 2006 12:33 PM

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In Topic: Spectors Trade Rumors 02/17/06

18 February 2006 - 12:30 PM

In what league were the Blues 'championship-caliber' the last few years? Not the NHL, not with the likes of Brent Johnson in net. They were never as good as Detroit, Colorado or Dallas in the last several years. The West was a bit stronger than the East over the last decade, we were the only Cup winner out of the East since '95 until Tampa in '04. They were a lot closer to being a championship team when they had Oates, Hull, CuJo etc, while Thachuk was in Phoenix.


In Topic: Spectors Trade Rumors 02/17/06

18 February 2006 - 12:16 PM

Id' take Keith for a playoff run but thats it.
The guy who I would much rather see in a Devils uniform is Owen Nolan.
He would fit in nicely. The bigger issue is getting a talented big center in the draft. We need a center and a defenseman in the early rounds.

In Topic: Fixing The NHL

17 February 2006 - 12:25 AM

How about this, The goalie can ONLY play the puck behind his net and he can not come out to trap the puck when his defenseman have brain farts. Creates more offense by allowing attackers to take a breakaway shot that the goalie must react to instead of smother 20 feet beyond his crease....
I think the rivalries are not what they used to be. I think that goalie pads could still be shrunken a smidge more. And the game needs better marketing. Those "My NHL" commercials are lame!
Alot of the players in hockey are foreign so their is a language barrier but most hockey players talk like they are robots.

In Topic: Why doesn't Norway produce NHL players?

17 February 2006 - 12:10 AM

Maybe they figure they are so far behind the eight ball at this point, why bother?
Anyone know why the Chinese or Japanese dont produce any hockey players?
I have always said that hockey is hard to put out there cause unlike basketball or baseball you need a specific place to play it. But China and Japan both contain alot of cold climates so whats the deal?

In Topic: Scott Stevens Autographs

15 February 2006 - 10:53 PM

For anyone interested Steiner Sports is going to be selling signed Stevens memorobilia soon. They can be quite expensive depending on what your buying but they are the most reputable place to get autographs.

You could check out Sports Express in the Livingston Mall, they have tons of Devils autographs. If they don't have it, you can ask for it -- one of the owners is neighbors and good friends with Elias so he often gets a lot of hookups and such.