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About officerfarva

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  1. You have some set of stones asking me to scan my tix and blur stuff. But you're the same guy that comes here and asks the Devil fans to write your book for him. If you had any talent as a writer you would write your own book instead of asking Devil fans to do it for you. It doesn't matter because nobody is going to read it anyway.
  2. He is like most sports writers in Canada. They are so jealous of the Devils success that they write articles about how the boring Devils are killing hockey and how the Devils fans are terrible. Canadians believe what they read from these guys that's why the Devils are considered boring, even in the 2000 and 2001 seasons when the Devils were among the league leaders in goals scored. I was reading Tsn and hfboards and their were some fans in Canada that said this game was boring and the Devils must practice dumping the puck out of the zone.
  3. http://www.hockeybuzz.com/blog.php?post_id=7208 If you thought this nut was crazy before, read this blog. This Leaf lover really hates us and the Devils, it's laughable at this point. Devils Respond; Fans So-SoToday @ 2:35 AM ET | Comments (14) EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (Apr. 29) -- New Jersey's hockey fanatics are popping open the bubbly because the team announced that all 19,040 seats were sold for last night's Game 2 of the Devils/Senators series. Only in this region would that be so novel as to elicit celebration. In just about every other NHL city, selling out a playoff game would not be a
  4. http://www.hockeybuzz.com/blog.php?post_id=7205 29. NEW JERSEY: As clearly pointed out in this space, the Devils have a core group of loyal supporters, but an otherwise lethargic fan base that is chalk full of lame excuses for not attending games at Continental Airlines Arena. Devils' fans are, however, among the most loyal HockeyBuzz readers, breathlessly waiting by their computers for the latest mention of their team. But, no club in the NHL gets ripped off more spectacularly by its followers. The Devils have been the league's model franchise on the ice for years, but few people seem to care
  5. http://www.hockeybuzz.com/blog.php?post_id=7201 Final Thoughts On Devils' SituationToday @ 12:46 PM ET | Comments (7) EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (Apr. 28) -- Given the wildly defensive posture of those who support the New Jersey Devils, it's no wonder the team has an unfounded reputation for being one-dimentional. So, let's try for a final time to determine if people here can actually read and comprehend, without getting silly. It boggles me why anyone would think these thoughts are aimed at fans who regularly attend Devils' games. Loyal fans here are no different than those who pay to watch hocke
  6. http://www.hockeybuzz.com/blog.php?post_id=7192 Nets Set The Bar For DevilsToday @ 10:56 PM ET | Comments (1) EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (Apr. 27) -- I closed my eyes and wondered where I was for a few moments earlier tonight. Could it possibly have been the same, lifeless building I'd watched a hockey game in 24 hours earlier? Indeed, it was the Continental Airlines Arena, but the joint was hopping on this night, as Vince Carter and the New Jersey Nets eviscerated the Toronto Raptors in Game 3 of their NBA playoff series. Oh, there was the usual compliment of empty seats; the particular sport on
  7. TRAP! The Rangers are booooooring. They are playing good d and limiting scoring chances for the other team. The Rangers are killing hockey. I wonder if the Rangers win if we'll hear any of that sh*t.
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