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    Today also marks the first time I’ve actually used the web browser on my Smart TV.
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    Someone tell Taylor he can sign whenever he wants. I got a pen.
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    Hughes through the legs drop pass to Gusev who froze the goalie and sent a perfect pass to Bratt. Bratt didn’t have a quick enough shot and the goalie made a phenomenal save but that was pornography.
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    What a shot by Hughes. He'll ease into it, a goal should help his confidence here
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    A little less than 20 years...I remember it becoming a thing more in the early 2000s (say, 2002 or so...I don't remember ever hearing it during the 2000 Cup run, or the deep 2001 run for that matter). But yeah, it's been around a while. I was indifferent to YS for a long time, but now I'm more amused by it, mostly because I find it funny that a few touchy suits decided that they were going to do everything in their power to squelch this thing (killing off R&R Part 2, etc)...only to fail at it in spectacular fashion...there's exactly one spot in "Howl" that fans can squeeze a "YS" into, and by Lord, they found it in record time. You even have the one upper section (forget which one, but everyone knows where it is) that "sings" the music to R&R Part 2, before launching into the same exact "You suck!" chant that the suits were trying to squash to begin with. In some odd way, I admire the dedication...and love the fact that some corporate lil' dweebuses were completely foiled in thinking they could just kill something off on their lil' terms, and couldn't just snap their fingers and make something they didn't like go away. Even if I'm not really that much of a YS fan myself.
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    On. fvcking. Repeat. Realtalk though, camera dude is ass. Couldn't follow the puck all night and then miss what could have been a great shot on that goal. Whatever, I'm not bitter or anything.
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    PK loved it, was doing the wave back and forth after the ot goal. There should be a stipulation if we end up getting stuck with this song that if we miss the playoffs it can never be played again in the arena forever.
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    This camera guy needs to go back to the Bing for a while.
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    Ok this is a message for all of my older folks on this forum. What the fvck is this nonsense with getting old? I’m 28. I’m healthy. Work out 5 days a week. Play beer league ice hockey. Very rarely get injured doing anything. I just hiccuped while reaching over to plug my phone in and now I can’t move my back. The fvck is this sh!t
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    This already looks more entertaining than the Giants season.
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    I seem to recall it earlier than that, but even if you except that date, it’s been around for a long time. I don’t love it, I’m not one of the people who advocate for it. But I’m also not one of the people who takes it too seriously, and ask questions about how you can say the other team sucks. They are the opponent, they suck. Simple math. There are many things that are far stupider that occur at our games.
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    They didnt have any TV crew there... prob just gave it to an intern social media person and said good luck. Even matt took a break from calling the game on the second goal.
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    Also completely missed the Hughes celly. Probably not the A-team tonight in the broadcast department
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    Yoooooouuuuu suuuuuuuuuuuck yoooooouuuuu suuuuuuuuuuuck
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    Hughes 2 goals hahahaha!! Goose with one hell of a pass!!
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    I would like to see that 50 times this year please.
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    Just throw Hughes, Gusev and PK out and let's end this quickly lol
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    No. No. Hip Hop Hooray. To repetitive. Boring. No.
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    I'm sending Bratt my medical bills, ears are bleeding. HIP HOP NO WAY!!!
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    That was great. Those are going to turn into goals.
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    Hughessssss that was awesome. That PK pass earlier was sick too.
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    Over in Montreal, McLeod had a beautiful zone entry and fed Butcher for a top-cheese snipe over Price.
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    WHAT THE fvck CAMERAMAN STOP IT Boqvist great individual effort, almost had our first
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    I’ve posted here for a while and I’m sure some people may think this isn’t Devils related, but I’d like to challenge us as Devils fans that it 100% should be. I respect if mods feel otherwise and want to move this topic. As you may or may not know, for the last 2 years, there have been issues with LEAD in the water coming from Newark’s pipes. The situation got worse about a couple months ago where the levels were identified as being as high as Flint, Michigan’s. Newark is Newark, so the national media largely doesn’t care, and it hasn’t become anywhere near the buzz issue that “Flint!” has. Anyway, I noticed after the recent MTV VMAs in Newark that most Devils fans seemed to be a combination of: 1) entirely unaware of this issue, or even 2) cynical of the protestors who took up the cause outside of our arena that night. I wanted to write this post because I get the feeling the protestors will be outside once the Devils season starts, and the more informed we Devils fans are, I hope the more we can all agree it’s very much justified. Most of us drive in or take the train so we can enjoy our beautiful little slice of Newark for a few hours each game day. We’ve seen businesses flourish and a beautiful new MODERN park get built that we will all get to enjoy soon; and then we walk to Penn Station or the parking lot and go home. All the while, local residents in the nearby area are being told they have dangerous levels of cancer-causing LEAD in their water; unsafe to cook with, dangerous to drink and brush their teeth with. These are largely middle class families like you and me, who pay their taxes, who pay their utility bills, and as these glass buildings and modern parks go up around their neighborhood, they’re being told, “sorry we haven’t replaced the lead cancer-causing water pipes, here’s some rationed bottle water!” When you think about it that way, it’s not hard to put ourselves in their shoes. Please don’t let this devolve into a political debate about which party did what; as a country we’ve slashed infrastructure spending and public works spending in our cities across the board over decades (so we can build highways and bridges and power plants in Iraq and Afghanistan), so which political party runs which city at any given time is largely irrelevant. After all is said and done, these funds need to be obtained from the federal government, so a whole lot of administrations have dropped the ball. [/politics] I’m not asking anyone to give money or volunteer or join the protestors. I just think we as Devils fans should be aware of this rather large issue that’s affecting the community. I’m sure the issue will continue and we may see protestors outside before the home opener, and I ask that we show them small signs of support; a thumbs up or honk as you drive by. The worst thing we can do is bus into the city for our 4 hour escapade to a Devils game once or twice a week and roll our eyes at them, resent them. Imagine how that’d look to these people. These are people whose children are drinking cancer-causing lead water, in a time where we’re debating how hard we want to make it for them to get healthcare when they grow up; you’d fight for your health and your kids too. Given some of the comments I’d seen from Devils fans during and after the VMAs, I feared that resentment or criticism might be the case, so (call me a hippie or whatever) I hoped that maybe better informing ourselves as members of the fanbase that call this city home, we can show up on home opening day and, not only understand where they’re coming from, but also show some level of support, and spread the word around the fanbase so our friends and family who put on the Devils jersey can be seen as allies, and not critics. Here is some more background if you’d like to read up: https://www.wired.com/story/first-flint-now-newark-the-water-crisis-is-far-from-over/
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