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    EX-SEN-tricity

    Post by Cap'n Clutch on Sat Aug 23, 2008 1:44 pm

    Who is your favourite Ex Senator?

    Mine is hands down Hossa. He was a fast player that was strong on the puck and NO ONE on the Sen backchecked harder.


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    Post by wprager on Sat Aug 23, 2008 2:14 pm

    Cap'n' Clutch wrote:Who is your favourite Ex Senator?

    Mine is hands down Hossa. He was a fast player that was strong on the puck and NO ONE on the Sen backchecked harder.

    Lance Pitlick. Not sure why.
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    Post by Cap'n Clutch on Sat Aug 23, 2008 5:43 pm

    His last name is awesome so I give him props for that :D


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    Post by Guest on Sat Aug 23, 2008 10:56 pm

    Cap'n' Clutch wrote:Who is your favourite Ex Senator?

    Mine is hands down Hossa. He was a fast player that was strong on the puck and NO ONE on the Sen back checked harder.

    I gotta agree with Hossa. Infact, my desktop is Hossa in his Sens Uni. Besides Hossa, it would probably be the Dominator. Although he had limited time with us, he did innovate the position, and was nearly unbeatable at times. Also, Todd White grew on me pretty quickly, something about how great he was off the ice, plus a great team player.

    1. Hossa
    2.Hasek
    3.White
    4.Averdson
    5.Lalime
    6.Tugnutt
    7.McEachern
    8.Emery
    9.Leschyshyn
    10.Schaefer(just Because of the towel incident, that sealed it)
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    Post by Amnesia021 on Sat Aug 23, 2008 11:36 pm

    :x What... no Saprykin love?

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    Post by Acrobat on Sun Aug 24, 2008 12:00 am

    Towel incident?
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    Post by rooneypoo on Sun Aug 24, 2008 1:24 am

    Acrobat wrote:Towel incident?

    Schaefer put a white towel on the end of his stick and waved it in the air in one regular season game during the 2006-07 season. The refereeing at the game was terrible, a constant parade of Senators to the sin bin; Schaefer's gesture registered his as well as the whole team's displeasure with the officiating. It was a pretty classic moment. He got fined later that week, but it was well worth it.
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    Post by PKC on Sun Aug 24, 2008 2:15 am

    Patrick Lalime without a shadow of a doubt.

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    Post by Guest on Sun Aug 24, 2008 2:39 pm

    PKC wrote:Patrick Lalime without a shadow of a doubt.
    I was really hoping we'd sign him instead of Auld Sad
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    Post by rooneypoo on Sun Aug 24, 2008 2:42 pm

    tukker wrote:
    PKC wrote:Patrick Lalime without a shadow of a doubt.
    I was really hoping we'd sign him instead of Auld Sad

    I imagine that the only reason we didn't go for Lalime was the perception that we would be, as an organization, taking a big step backwards.

    Auld has struggled on and off for years, but he looked really good during his time in Boston. He might surprise us a bit, although I doubt that he's going to become our starter anytime soon.

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    Post by Guest on Sun Aug 24, 2008 5:19 pm

    rooneypoo wrote:
    tukker wrote:
    PKC wrote:Patrick Lalime without a shadow of a doubt.
    I was really hoping we'd sign him instead of Auld Sad

    I imagine that the only reason we didn't go for Lalime was the perception that we would be, as an organization, taking a big step backwards.

    Auld has struggled on and off for years, but he looked really good during his time in Boston. He might surprise us a bit, although I doubt that he's going to become our starter anytime soon.
    Im hoping Elliot is starter by mid season. Then we trade Gerber to Colorado for a 2nd, then trade for shneider, Gaborik, etc
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    Post by PKC on Sun Aug 24, 2008 5:46 pm

    tukker wrote:
    rooneypoo wrote:
    tukker wrote:
    PKC wrote:Patrick Lalime without a shadow of a doubt.
    I was really hoping we'd sign him instead of Auld Sad

    I imagine that the only reason we didn't go for Lalime was the perception that we would be, as an organization, taking a big step backwards.

    Auld has struggled on and off for years, but he looked really good during his time in Boston. He might surprise us a bit, although I doubt that he's going to become our starter anytime soon.
    Im hoping Elliot is starter by mid season. Then we trade Gerber to Colorado for a 2nd, then trade for shneider, Gaborik, etc

    Haha, anyone else? Maybe we can sign Forsberg at the deadline for the league minimum, trade Josh Hennessey and a 7th round pick to whichever team Sundin ends up on for Sundin.
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    Post by rooneypoo on Sun Aug 24, 2008 6:04 pm

    PKC wrote:

    Haha, anyone else? Maybe we can sign Forsberg at the deadline for the league minimum, trade Josh Hennessey and a 7th round pick to whichever team Sundin ends up on for Sundin.

    I think he was listing those as a list of options that we might pursue -- a list of players from which we might be able to land one, rather than a list of players we could all add to our roster.

    Anyway, Heater has already speculated about Elliott moving up full time and then trading Gerber, too, for what that's worth. It's possible, I grant, but, unless a great opportunity for another goalie emerges (i.e., Lehtonen, should he become available), I feel pretty sure (and saddened) that Gerber will be our #1 all year long. Gerber is not great but he can do what's needed when his head's in the right place, as we learned in the second half of last year. Promoting your rookie goalie to starter -- as with Huet/Price last year -- is not something you see every year. It's also a very risky move -- one that Murray, after the poor choice of coach (Paddock) and the team's poor showing last season and last playoffs, probably isn't going to make if he wants to keep his job secure.
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    Post by Acrobat on Mon Aug 25, 2008 12:06 pm

    rooneypoo wrote:
    Acrobat wrote:Towel incident?

    Schaefer put a white towel on the end of his stick and waved it in the air in one regular season game during the 2006-07 season. The refereeing at the game was terrible, a constant parade of Senators to the sin bin; Schaefer's gesture registered his as well as the whole team's displeasure with the officiating. It was a pretty classic moment. He got fined later that week, but it was well worth it.

    That was classic! I remember it now!
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    Post by Sensational Spezza on Mon Aug 25, 2008 4:18 pm

    Joe Cor_vo, his blueline fake pass, deke move was legendary Wink

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