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Old 12-02-2003, 03:12 PM   #481
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I don't know, but maple syrup works wonders to sweeten things up. I just hate it when the leaves stick to you though. Whatever that means.

Cuj and AvsGirl - I can't believe neither of you have posted in the Sidney Crosby "amazing goal" thread! It really is quite amazing.
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Old 12-02-2003, 03:18 PM   #482
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there was a goal a couple weeks ago where a guy had skated just pass the crease but the puck was behind him so he stuck his stick between his legs pointing out behind him, and was able to shoot and lift the puck up over the goalie for the goal, i liked that one better personally
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Old 12-02-2003, 03:27 PM   #483
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Heck, all my team's players can do that.

Oh wait, you were talking about his actual hockey stick...never mind.
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Shouldn't they be maple leaves?
this may cover what cujo has, but the res of us need (at the least) fig leaves.
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Old 12-02-2003, 04:30 PM   #485
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there was a goal a couple weeks ago where a guy had skated just pass the crease but the puck was behind him so he stuck his stick between his legs pointing out behind him, and was able to shoot and lift the puck up over the goalie for the goal, i liked that one better personally
You should have seen what Paul Kariya did back in junior when he played for the Penticton Panthers (Penticton is an hour away from my home town of Kelowna). The Panthers were in town, and all the hype was surrounding this kid from North Vancouver, touted as a "Mini Gretzky". Anyway, on one of his goals, he had the puck to the right of the net, and as began to drive around it - think, the very beginning of a wrap around play - he dropped the puck between his legs just before skating across the goal line area, and, as the goalie began to slide across to be ready for the potential wrap around, Kariya tapped the puck into the vacated side of the goal by putting his stick behind his back and popping it in. All at full speed, too. It was amazing. He scored another goal on a penalty shot another time, which I won't go into, but it was a jaw dropper, itself.

I still think the best goal I've ever seen scored was Gretzky's "home run" goal against Vancouver when he played for the Kings. He took a slapshot from the top of the right faceoff circle, on his off wing, and the puck hit Luc Robitaille in the butt and went way, way up in the air. No one saw where it was except for Gretzky, and as it was coming back down, Gretzky batted it right out of mid air - again, from the top of the right faceoff circle - and right into the top corner above Kirk McLean's shoulder! It was sweet. It made the greatest sports plays of the year.
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Yes, but did Robitaille get an assist?

I'm trying to remember if Forsberg was given an assist last season when it bounced hard off his manly areas and onto Hejduk's stick.
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Old 12-03-2003, 11:47 PM   #488
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Yes, but did Robitaille get an assist?

I'm trying to remember if Forsberg was given an assist last season when it bounced hard off his manly areas and onto Hejduk's stick.
Yes, Robitaille got an assist. Get it? "ASSist". hee hee....I'm so punny.

(Please be gentle. I had to say it.)
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Patrick Roy is the greatest of all time. I've been a fan since 1986 when he won the Conn Smnyth and Stanley Cup as a rookie. I was terribly sad to see him traded to the Avs but I grew to like them. Stll Montreal is my team .GO HABS GO!!!!!

Theodore is the shit now!
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another canadian???? don't we have enough of them here already? (just kidding)

montreal, huh? hmmmm...

i know next to nothing about hockey. i'm just being a jerk. and probably failing at that. i've never been a jerk to a newbie before. i'm assuming you have a sense of humor.
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the blues are absolutely pathetic
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the leafs are on fire.
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Old 12-05-2003, 01:48 AM   #493
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Don't they call that a mulch burning?

As for the Canucks, that 4 day layoff stole their legs tonight. This was their worst effort of the season. They're getting worse and worse. Totally uninspired, flatfooted.... they basically didn't show up again. Naslund didn't play much, and left the game early with a groin strain. This long homestand wasn't what the doctor ordered.
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But the Canucks are like watching a rock concert!

I guess it's a Creed concert.
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the leafs are on fire.
i'm glad i wasn't near a tv to watch that.
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