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  1. Heres the link to the official website of 2004 mens world hockey championship http://live82.ihwc.net/english/
  2. http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/news_story.asp?id=82350 Canadiens' Juneau calls it a career TSN.ca Staff 5/1/2004 After 12 seasons in the NHL, Montreal Canadiens forward Joe Juneau is calling it a career. Juneau spent the last three seasons in a Canadiens uniform, collecting 73 regular season points and six post-season points. Drafted by the Boston Bruins in the fourth round (81st overall) of the 1988 entry draft, Juneau's greatest season came in the 1992-93 season when he chalked up 102 points (32 goals, 70 assists) with a plus-23 rating. The following season, he was traded to the Washington Capitals in exchange for defenceman Al Iafrate. Juneau ended up leading the team in scoring. Over the next five seasons, Juneau put up 193 points with the Capitals, helping the club reach the post-season four of those years. He spent the next three years with Buffalo, Ottawa and Phoenix before being traded to Montreal in 2001 for future considerations. Juneau also won the silver medal with Team Canada at the Olympic Games in Albertville, leading the tournament in scoring. He also played three seasons with the Canadian national team, registered 76 points in 70 games.
  3. And this one on the bottom of this is terrible too http://www.nhluniforms.com/1990s/Kings5.html
  4. I think the one on the bottom is really bad, not sure how to post the images on here so heres the link http://www.nhluniforms.com/1990s/Lightning4.html
  5. Its so stupid both games are on the same time but lets go sharks please send peter back to sweden I will be here for most of the game but I gotta leave early for a perfect circle concert tonight.
  6. Its so stupid both games are on the same time. I want the flames to win so the sharks will have home ice. I will be here for most of the game but I gotta leave early for a perfect circle concert tonight.
  7. i know im so happy i got the cbc broadcast tonight
  8. http://nhl.com/onthefly/news/2004/04/212190.html TORONTO (AP) - Sid Smith, a former Toronto Maple Leafs captain and three-time Stanley Cup winner, died Thursday after a long illness. He was 78. Smith played parts of 12 seasons in Toronto between 1946-58. He won the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy as the NHL's most gentlemanly player in 1951-52 and again in 1954-55 when he was an all-star. He was captain of the Leafs in 1955-56. "He was a great Leaf - great enough to be captain," current Toronto coach Pat Quinn said. "He'll be sadly missed by the fraternity." Smith was known for his speed and his ability to pick up loose pucks. He was also durable, playing in more than 400 consecutive games. In Game 2 of the 1949 Stanley Cup final, Smith scored all of Toronto's goals in a 3-1 win over Detroit. In 601 NHL games, Smith scored 186 goals and assisted on 183. When he retired only three active players had scored more goals - Gordie Howe, Maurice (Rocket) Richard and Ted Lindsay. After retiring, he became playing coach of the Whitby Dunlops senior team, leading them to the world championship in 1958. Smith, born in Toronto, lived in Wasaga Beach, Ontario, at the time of his death.
  9. They are good, but not the best. I like Gary Thorne the best because he makes every play sound important and excitng. Besides oleg tverDOORsky mistakes he is really good. But NO ONE compares to Mike Emerick. *shrugs* they are the only ones that dont annoy me. Gary is good but he gets to excited for me some times like on a simple play he gets a little too loud
  10. http://nhl.com/onthefly/news/2004/04/212192.html TORONTO (AP) - Philadelphia defenseman Kim Johnsson will play in Game 4 of the Flyers' second-round playoff series against Toronto after missing three games with a broken bone in his left hand. Johnsson, the Flyers' best defenseman, said he's eager to return for Friday night's game. The Flyers lost 4-1 on Wednesday night, but lead the best-of-seven series 2-1. "It's feeling good," Johnsson said Thursday. "It's going to be a lot of fun." Johnsson was injured in Philadelphia's clinching victory over defending Stanley Cup champion New Jersey in the first round when he was hit with the puck, breaking the bone that connects his ring finger to his wrist. "The healing has started, so I think it's going to be fine," he said. Forward Sami Kapanen will return to his normal forward spot after replacing Johnsson on defense. "Sami did a great job, but Kim's arguably our best defenseman," coach Ken Hitchcock said. "When you're adding good players into our lineup, especially in a heated series like this, it's a good feeling." Johnsson will be paired with defenseman Marcus Ragnarsson, who didn't practice on Thursday after being slashed in the leg on Wednesday. Hitchcock expects Ragnarsson to play.
  11. Does any 1 else but me think that Neil Smith and j.p dellacamera(spelt wrong) the best announcers that espn has?
  12. its over get your brooms out of your closets empty net goal for modin
  13. Well we will see if those open-ice dinosaurs can get by the flames first
  14. holy sh*t what a goal by brad richards 2-1 tampa
  15. tampa bay scoresssssssssssssssss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! oh yeah dan boyle 1-1 lets go tampa
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