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Old 05-17-2003, 06:14 PM   #76
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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.

Looked like New Jersey had more will and determination today. I don't think had anything to do with your so called "bad breaks."
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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.


OK, I think this about settles that. From here on out, neither of us can watch any more hockey for the rest of the season.
Which will suck for sure, but maybe Ottawa will have a better chance!
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Old 05-17-2003, 06:32 PM   #78
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Looked like New Jersey had more will and determination today. I don't think had anything to do with your so called "bad breaks.




quite the dynasty eh griffiths, if by dynasty one means underachieving in the playoffs every year, ottawa definitely fits the bill.
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Looked like New Jersey had more will and determination today. I don't think had anything to do with your so called "bad breaks."
Really? I thought you said that will and determination were impossible to determine? Seems you've contradicted your line of thinking.
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i think he was being sarcastic to make fun of you
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Really? I didn't know Zoni was ever sarcastic? Are you being serious? Wow, I think you're being serious. How crafty. I will look out for this "sarcasm" in future posts. Thanks for the heads up.
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Really? I didn't know Zoni was ever sarcastic? Are you being serious? Wow, I think you're being serious. How crafty. I will look out for this "sarcasm" in future posts. Thanks for the heads up.


From now on I will use [sarcasm]blah blah blah[/sarcasm]
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quite the dynasty eh griffiths, if by dynasty one means underachieving in the playoffs every year, ottawa definitely fits the bill.
[sarcasm]Ah, you Eastern Conference rookies... if you had watched any games in the past 4 years, you would know that Ottawa would tank[/sarcasm]. I didn't think the Senators were underachievers, but chizip has it nailed about the dynasty thing.
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I'm still trying to figure out when I said Ottawa was a dynasty? I posted an article in which the writer said the Senators *could* be the next dynasty, but I never said they were (and technically, neither did he). He said the ingredients are all in place, which is true. They have the most dynasty potential out of anyone in the NHL: they're young, talented, and have a new billionaire owner who bought them as a hobby team, not a cash making team.
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