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Old 05-14-2003, 02:41 PM   #61
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off topic, but have you all seen the latest canucks bobblehead?

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THAT IS AWESOME!!!!!
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OMC!
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On another note, this isn't good

Senators' Redden day-to-day with left knee injury


www.nhl.com gave the link, but then there was no freakin' story!!!!
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The Senators hope Wade Redden's injury isn't serious. Redden collided knee-to-knee with Devils winger Turner Stevenson behind the Sens net in the third period of Game 2 and was forced to leave, requiring medical attention. Some Senators players felt Stevenson should be suspended. "It looked like (Stevenson) stuck his knee out," defenseman Curtis Leschyshyn told The Ottawa Citizen May 14. "I'm sure the league is going to look at and deal with it in the proper manner. If you don't think you can hit a guy with your shoulder, I don't think that's a reason to stick your knee out." Stevenson said he was innocent. "I was just going around the net, and I didn't know which way the goalie (Patrick Lalime) was going. My leg planted and I couldn't move, I couldn't shift my weight," he told the newspaper. "I'm not out there to hurt a guy. Hopefully he's able to play. I've had the same thing. I've had a blown-out knee, and that's not something I would want to happen."
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So, uh... it showed up for you, eh?



I hope he can play.
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i found it on espn's site actually
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Senators' Redden day-to-day with left knee injury
Oh boo-hoo... he's ALWAYS injured. I can't remember a playoff where he has played more than 8 games... but that might have to do more with the Senators than his health

On a few occassions he's had bad luck with his legs... I guess it's from all that post-game cycling.
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i found it on espn's site actually





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Oh boo-hoo... he's ALWAYS injured. I can't remember a playoff where he has played more than 8 games... but that might have to do more with the Senators than his health

On a few occassions he's had bad luck with his legs... I guess it's from all that post-game cycling.

I did not know this. Poor guy.
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Chiz and LMPA...did you happen to see the ESPN special last night (I think it was on the duece, right before the game) about the Detroit Red Wings? AWESOME show! Very good insight to behind the scenes for an NHL team. Loved the trading deadline stuff.
I loved the first half, I taped the second but haven't watched it yet...

Apparently, my Red Wings friend had a small party to wtach, but ruined by getting depressed and whiney towards the end.

I wish more teams would do them. The Avs won't, too much crap going on behind the scenes. And their PR person for the last two, three seasons has sucked too bad.
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A little premature, don't you think? After what happened to your team in the first round, you think you would change that tune. Some people never learn I guess.

Today's game was very well played by both teams. Ottawa had most of the chances, but caught some bad breaks (pucks going in off heads, etc) at the end. Next game will be a very different story.
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I'm no longer rooting for any teams. Seems like I am the cursed one.


I'll just sit back, nod my head, and smile.
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I know what you mean PopAngel. I didn't even know the game was on until half way through the 2nd period when I came across the score online. The Sens were up 2-1, and I'm really liking this. So what happens? The Devils score 4 unanswered goals as soon as I sit down. Why do I even bother watching anymore? I think they're better when I don't watch the games. I mean, if you ask Chizip, the only thing that matters is the final score anyway. So there's really no point in watching the actual proceedings. Maybe there's something to that philosophy.
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