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Old 04-25-2008, 09:45 PM   #391
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Who is everyone cheering for in the Pittsburgh Rangers matchup?

I'm still unsure but leaning towards Rangers....(although Avery )
Rangers, reluctantly. I definitely want the Habs/Flyers winner in the Cup final though...hopefully we all can agree on that at least
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Old 04-25-2008, 09:54 PM   #392
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Wow, that must have been a sweet gig! You were very lucky to have been involved in that.

Is there any way you could go AWOL until May 18?
Well I could, but then I'd be broke.

PIT-NYR was a great game tonight.
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Nice comeback by the Pens tonight
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Old 04-26-2008, 01:00 PM   #394
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It's going to be really hard to try and finish my take home final this afternoon while game 2 is happening. :cursesfinalsweek:
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If the Habs don't get their act together in the third period...
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Full credit to the Flyers. Biron was fantastic.
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Old 04-26-2008, 10:04 PM   #398
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Credit to the Habs too - they played a great game!

Bonomaniac, you were right about Biron - Quebecois goalie doing his best at home and all that, grr
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Yes, the Habs definitely put forward a great effort to try and score.. it's just that Biron was amazing.
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I'll add to the Biron respect! He really was brilliant. On the other side, I thought Koivu was really great for Montreal. I had a feeling Philly might win last night, with the Canadiens coming off of two emotional victories. It seems like they always lose focus a bit unless there's a whole lot on the line.

I almost missed the first period of the game because I was outside playing ball hockey with a bunch of neighbourhood kids...scored four goals! Wooo! So much fun. I think the goalie was maybe 12 or 13. He was great, though...a mini-Biron.

Rangers/Pens game 2 in progress. This series will go to a seventh, I'm betting. I think I'm going for the Pens. Watching Crosby is a lot of fun, but his Gatorade commercial here in Canada is bugging me greatly: "CROSBY NEVER STOPS!" I'm very judgemental.
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Great game last night (and oh yeah, yesterday afternoon, too ).

Ok, wtf was Don cherry wearing??? My friend and I were wondering if they put something in our beers - the jacket was especially hideous, even for him.
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Ok, wtf was Don cherry wearing??? My friend and I were wondering if they put something in our beers - the jacket was especially hideous, even for him.
I noticed that that, as well! Hey, who couldn't? Definitely a unique floral pattern. It reminded me of wallpaper my grandmother once had.

Speaking of Hockey Night in Canada, that new guy, PJ Stock I think his name is, really irritates me.
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Well done Pens!!
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PJ Stock I think his name is
PJ Stock is on HNIC? That's awesome, I love PJ...how do you not love a little guy who fights?

Great game by Biron last night. He's going to have to stay that way though because Montreal is way too quick for the Flyers' D. Hatcher in particular looks very slow trying to defend against those speedy Habs' forwards.

Well this is the game they needed to get, when Biron outplayed Price...question is can they hold serve at home? Going to be a great series either way.
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PJ Stock is on HNIC? That's awesome, I love PJ...how do you not love a little guy who fights?
PJ comes across as a little guy who only fights. I just find his delivery a little too cartoonish, for lack of a better word...and he always states the obvious: "Crosby is skating fast here...that's a great save!" I don't think HNIC should be pandering to the style of other network broadcasts that sometimes push style over substance.

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Well this is the game they needed to get, when Biron outplayed Price...question is can they hold serve at home?
No, they can't...because the Kostitsyn Brothers are in town.
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