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Neb00rs

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#1184044 It's time for Kovalchuk to step up and play hurt

Posted by Neb00rs on 06 April 2013 - 02:06 PM

Terrible OP.


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#1177820 Look What I Found in Penn Station.

Posted by Neb00rs on 12 March 2013 - 12:50 AM

Awwwwwwwwwwwww.  :giggle: Captions?            (Sorry for the blurriness) 
 
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#1173232 I just purchased nhl13

Posted by Neb00rs on 23 February 2013 - 12:40 PM

another thing that i noticed... sometimes i think im paranoid but since i mentioned it some of my friends said they saw it too.

 

obviously we all came across games were the game clearly decided you we're not winning that game lol. you could do all the cross ice one timer possible and crazy plays you wont be able to score and if you do well the AI will score on his next wrister from the blueline on an unscreened shot.

 

When that happen you can clearly see that the game won't let you do anything and one weird thing is that sometimes where the puck is, its like there's some kind of radius around the puck that your player can't go if he's going straight on the puck he'll be pushed around as if theres a big invisible bubble around it... its pissing me off.

 

or when you simply CAN'T score and you finally have a crazy obvious chance to score and the computer decide that you're not... like this... i had to film it.

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Holy sh!t....this just actually happened in the Devs-Caps game today. I guess it is possible.


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#1172954 I just purchased nhl13

Posted by Neb00rs on 21 February 2013 - 10:06 PM

And the things that stuck out to me the most.

 

5. Lunqvist is really easy to score on.

32 bit....64 bit.....10000 bit....they'll never have enough pixels to construct the actual size of Lundqvist's pads into a video game.


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#1143238 NSFW: Cam Janssen interview

Posted by Neb00rs on 12 July 2012 - 05:28 PM

This is actually a case of Cam not thinking for a second that anyone would ever hear about this back in NJ.

Funny thing is, if Cam was on the radio in St. Louis to talk about a charity event he was doing there, we would never have heard of it. Because it was negative, it explodes everywhere. Too bad really.
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#1142955 Lou inducted in US Hockey Hall of of fame

Posted by Neb00rs on 11 July 2012 - 03:34 PM

Status quo.


:clap2:If ever there was an internet to win sir...you just won one.
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#1142591 New TG post

Posted by Neb00rs on 09 July 2012 - 08:21 PM

I agree, for Kovalchuk to battle through and somehow manage to play despite this pain is beyond me and a showing of his character. I've been having sciatic nerve problems lately and there are times were I have to stop doing whatever I am doing since the shooting pain into my leg makes it unbearable to walk. I have no idea how the hell this guy skated with something like that.

"C"ovalchuk.
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#1142009 on November 11, when Minnesota comes to town, what do we do to Zach?

Posted by Neb00rs on 08 July 2012 - 10:14 AM

I'd take 'going home' a little more seriously if he wasn't also getting $98 million for it. People talk like he took a discount to go home :giggle:


My favorite part is the whole, "he's such a great guy for specifically making sure that him and Suter got the same exact contracts; that Suter didn't get any less money." Oh please...that's called being a spoiled brat...you didn't make Minny underpay you, you made them overpay Suter. Thankfully for them, the Wild are like bad, enabling parents.
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#1141946 on November 11, when Minnesota comes to town, what do we do to Zach?

Posted by Neb00rs on 07 July 2012 - 03:38 PM

I say that the best thing we could possibly do, is to not even acknowledge him. Imagine, all we did was chant "Kovy." Not, "Kovy's better," just chant, "Kovy,' all game. That would be perfect.
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#1141625 We will likely have to trade Zajac eventually

Posted by Neb00rs on 06 July 2012 - 01:12 PM

Zajac is a nice player not an all-star. Keep that in mind...


IMO Zajac is at perennial all-star level - his style of game just won't get him there that much. He is maybe a top 5 defensive forward in the game today.

Ok, then how 'bout this (in the event Zajac won't re-sign only, of course): call Cheveldaeoff and ask about Enstrom. See if Enstrom would be willing to sign an extension here. If he would, package Zajac and Greene for Enstrom and Little. Thoughts on that? Just spit-balling really.


we're getting ripped off there big time.
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#1141573 ‏Zach Parise has agreed to terms with the Minnesota Wild

Posted by Neb00rs on 06 July 2012 - 11:32 AM

Heard him on NHL Network this morning, He loved NJ and the fans and praised Lou and the organization. Leaving NJ was the most heart wrenching for him. Good Luck Zach.


awwwww poor guy...seems like nothing can go his way.
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#1141349 Lou's way of handling free agents

Posted by Neb00rs on 05 July 2012 - 08:11 PM

Yes we have had regular season success. But why weren't these teams good enough to win playoff rounds?!? I feel like they were good regular season teams, but in the end what does that matter? No game results can be "controlled", but you can add playoff type players that will help win postseason games/rounds. I think overall Lou has done a great job, but I am mystified by some of the people that give him a permanent pass, and never question ANYTHING he does....


we all question him sometimes - have you seen the comments on the Barch signing? The difference is that you are being ridiculous.
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#1140671 The Save that Saved New Jersey

Posted by Neb00rs on 05 July 2012 - 09:45 AM

step 1: delete this thread

step 2: don't ever let me see it again.

step 3: skullsmasher, seek help.
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#1139788 I am so happy Kovy can now lead.

Posted by Neb00rs on 04 July 2012 - 12:47 PM

The past two years has truly defined today's hockey world and the world in general for me.

On one hand you have the American kid who has been a Devil for years, but always talking about how filled up Prudential Center is, how the fans react to the play, how "sick" other star players are and taking no personal responsibility, blaming a team that "could have won many times" for never getting past the first round. He whines like a little baby, especially when he walked away from the media in the playoffs bc he was cranky. And IMO he acted like he didn't want the "C" the whole year. He didn't act like he had any more leadership responsibility than the next guy. Yet, we can all see how much Parise wants to be seen as a Superstar.

On the other you have the adult, the Russian who played for years in sh!t. The one who only shows his fire on the ice. The one who in a perfect situation was perfectly justified leaving Atlanta, being that they were horribly run and gave him the big money deal. He came to the Devils and appreciated what they were about. He wanted to be a Devil. He took personal responsibility and redefined his game for the team. He never said one negative thing either through sucking. He stuck with it. We boo'd him. But he never said anything. Actually, we put all the blame on him - so much that it wasn't even fair. We only blamed him and he didn't react - he responded. What would Parise have done - he would have blamed the whole team and whined. But I digress, then Kovy comes out and has an MVP season this year and he doesn't talk about it once. He just says, "I should have scored more" or "Marty played great." Kovy never says sh!t but "I want to win" in interviews.


Fittingly, Parise has abdicated the Devils Captaincy. After all, the spoiled brat can't fill Scott Stevens's skates. He left, for money and to play with his friends. He'll have a sold out stadium every night and he'll be all over the media. But don't give me this "I want to win BS." You sucked in the last 2 rounds of the playoffs buddy. Did I even hear Parise once say that he needed to produce more since he's returned from injury? NO. But Kovy has.

AS A MATTER OF FACT, I feel a lot better than I did before about not winning the Cup now. I don't want to have won with the wrong guy holding the "C". That lightens my devastation just a bit.

Meanwhile Kovy has done everything right. He wants to be a Devil, he lifts his teammates up, he appreciates what he has. It is so symbolic that he Chose NJ over Hollywood. Sure they are winners and we are the losers, but he chose Jersey over the glitz and glamour of LA. Parise has always had it all - he takes it for granted. Being a Devil is not about just playing good D. Parise is better than Kovy at that. Its about doing whatever it takes for the team to succeed. And Kovy has much more potential for that.

So, we all know I'm biased bc I see things through Kovy shades but it's time to give Kovy the "C" and be a real Devils team again. No more leaders who were taught by Jamie Langenbrunner. Kovy, to me is the offensive Scott Stevens. He is an offensive game-changer and a silent leader, who will do anything for his teammates. Parise, was (admittedly) a Jamie-type guy: whine about this not being right, whine about that not being right.

So, losing Parise to me is the moment for me that says we can go back to being the Devils I know. We don't need another forward, we have plenty. We should sign someone but it doesn't need to be anyone of Parise level. Henrique who seems like a real Devil through and through will be a star soon anyways. We need to sign a monster D-Man in the next year and we will be a dominant team.

There was always something wrong in my mind with Parise having the "C" when I knew it should be Kovy...we ALL know it - we just didn't want to say it. As a matter of fact, we ALL know the truths of this post, but as loyal Devils fans we just didn't want to say it. Well now we can.

This is so 2012 in the material world. Zach want his face on game covers and cereal boxes. He wants sold out arenas and fame. He wants to play in Minny where he won't go to the supermarket in anonymity. He wants to be known - after all it's the pop culture he grew up in. He wants to have fun.

Kovy came to New Jersey in the 2012 world. No glitz no glamour. Just a tradition of winning and team play. And he chose to play his whole career here.

Get the fvck out of here Zach, don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out. Go have the fun career that you want, with all the accolades. After all, Minnesota is a great hckey town, you'll get to play with your boyfriend, your parents will cheer you from the stands, and you'll get paid way more than you deserve. And there probably won't be a pesky "C" to bother you. Thanks for your service here, I mean it - but seriously get the fvck out, we got our guy and his name is Ilya.

#THISISTEAM
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#1139259 VOTING THREAD: The Andy Greene Award

Posted by Neb00rs on 04 July 2012 - 12:19 AM

oh snap....... :e-drama:......this sh!t just got good.
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