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NHL 2005-2006 Season

Discussion in 'Sports Talk' started by ForbiddenPalace, Sep 19, 2005.

  1. SuperBeaverInc.

    SuperBeaverInc. Groucho

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  2. pboily

    pboily fingerlickinmathematickin

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    When will the Russians learn not to hire Russians to run their team?

    no, seriously, it can't hurt any less than having Tikhonov behind the bench...
     
  3. WildFire

    WildFire amour

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    Well the B's just lost to the Islanders in overtime.

    They also might lose Leetch for a few months.

    REALLY hope they start playing like the defending eastern conference champions cause they're truly playing like crap.
     
  4. De Lorimier

    De Lorimier North American Scum

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    Well, the Habs won again tonight. I'm beginning to think that they might actually be for real this year. If the rules are applied like this all year long they might fight with the Sens for the lead of the division. :eek:

    Ok, ok probably not... :lol:
    But it is very, very nice to have a good team in town after all these years.

    Go Habs Go!!!
     
  5. SuperBeaverInc.

    SuperBeaverInc. Groucho

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    Ottawa becomes the first team to break the 10-goal barrier with a 10-4 win over Buffalo. :dance: :clap:
     
  6. dgfred

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    4 goals for Alfredson and 4 goals for Havlat! :worship: :clap:
     
  7. pboily

    pboily fingerlickinmathematickin

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    The Sabres made a game of it... it was 5-3 at some point in the second.

    The point leaders so far:

    Staal 22
    Spezza 22
    Alfie 21
    Heatley 21

    Let's hope we can keep this up. Best start in franchise history. Top line on pace for 160 points apiece.
     
  8. dgfred

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    Staal of the mighty Hurricanes! :goodjob: :rockon: , the kid seems to be

    the 'real deal' :cool: .
     
  9. Rhymes

    Rhymes Drive 4 25 is back

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    At least one of these four will end the season with above 150 points.... Its almost like in the 80's!!
     
  10. Pasi Nurminen

    Pasi Nurminen Chieftain

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    It's pretty much impossible for the Senators to keep this scoring pace...I mean, they've only played teams like Philly and Boston once apiece; the Leafs three times, the Sabres twice. This won't keep as soon as they start facing tough teams on a regular basis.
     
  11. SuperBeaverInc.

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    Rick Nash is injured once again...at least he is only day-to-day...
     
  12. pboily

    pboily fingerlickinmathematickin

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    But there are no real tough teams in the East...
     
  13. WildFire

    WildFire amour

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    The Bruins once...

    Zhamnov is healthy
    Isbister is healthy
    Raycroft is healthy
    Leetch is healthy
    Thornton skates hard every game
     
  14. Pasi Nurminen

    Pasi Nurminen Chieftain

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    Boston, Philly, NJ...uhh.....Carolina?

    I see your point.
     
  15. WildFire

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    Bruins destroyed Pittsburgh tonight :D
     
  16. SuperBeaverInc.

    SuperBeaverInc. Groucho

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    And thats an accomplishment? :p
     
  17. pboily

    pboily fingerlickinmathematickin

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    6-0 against the Isles... nothing says sweet, sweet victory like blanking out Yashin.

    @WF: that's no loss in 8 for the B's. about time.
     
  18. sysyphus

    sysyphus So they tell me

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    Ahhh, the Leafs finally managed a win tonight, not coincidently with the return of Mats. Nice to see he racked up a goal and assist.

    Tampa Bay is not exactly a powerhouse, but they're no pushover either.
     
  19. Pasi Nurminen

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    Damn, now the Canucks are on pace for only 120 points...
     
  20. pboily

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    @Pasi: a loss against the Flaming Calgarys, no less...

    @sys: a win is a win is a win. No doubt, that 8-0 debacle would never have seen the light of day with Sundin in the line-up.
     

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