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16All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Fri Mar 06, 2009 10:55 am

wprager


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I did! It's not in any of my live bookmarks but I saw this when I was looking at the standings at NHL.com:
http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=412671

17All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Fri Mar 06, 2009 11:01 am

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wprager wrote:I did! It's not in any of my live bookmarks but I saw this when I was looking at the standings at NHL.com:
[url=http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=412671
http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=412671[/quote[/url]]

again, didn't he just come off IR? my god, he is made of glass moreso than Leclaire.

18All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Fri Mar 06, 2009 11:10 am

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I'm pretty sure that was his first game back.

19All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Fri Mar 06, 2009 11:28 am

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wprager wrote:I'm pretty sure that was his first game back.

christ that bites, he just can't stay healthy this year can he?

20All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Fri Mar 06, 2009 11:51 am

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All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Habs_78193

Not a picture either of these guys want posted on TSN.

21All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Fri Mar 06, 2009 11:52 am

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SF71, Briere's injuries (groin and abdomen) are among the most difficult to heal completely because hockey intrisincally puts undue strain on those areas. Coming back too soon often leads to re-injury.

22All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Fri Mar 06, 2009 12:25 pm

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davetherave wrote:SF71, Briere's injuries (groin and abdomen) are among the most difficult to heal completely because hockey intrisincally puts undue strain on those areas. Coming back too soon often leads to re-injury.

I'm beginning to question the competency of the Philly medical staff.

23All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Fri Mar 06, 2009 1:19 pm

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davetherave wrote:SF71, Briere's injuries (groin and abdomen) are among the most difficult to heal completely because hockey intrisincally puts undue strain on those areas. Coming back too soon often leads to re-injury.

the groin I am sure I can understand, it just sounds brutal talking about rather than dealing with it. i know briere wants to play, and god bless him for wanting to come back, but for the length of his career, he might want to step off a bit.

24All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Gary Roberts retires on Fri Mar 06, 2009 4:55 pm

wprager

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Probably deserves a thread of its own, but TSN is reporting that Roberts is calling it a career.

25All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Fri Mar 06, 2009 6:06 pm

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I witnessed two crazy comebacks last night after I got home from the Sens game.

Zidlicky scored from center ice and the Wild won in OT 5-4 (making the Sens beating the Oil that much more sweet), then Hanzus scored from the half-boards on a backhand with 13 seconds left to take it to OT where LA beat Dallas 5-4 in OT.

Both teams were trailing by 3 at one point I believe.

26All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Fri Mar 06, 2009 7:47 pm

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504Heater wrote:I witnessed two crazy comebacks last night after I got home from the Sens game.

Zidlicky scored from center ice and the Wild won in OT 5-4 (making the Sens beating the Oil that much more sweet), then Hanzus scored from the half-boards on a backhand with 13 seconds left to take it to OT where LA beat Dallas 5-4 in OT.

Both teams were trailing by 3 at one point I believe.

504H, could it be 'Green Helmet Syndrome'? LOL

27All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Fri Mar 06, 2009 8:13 pm

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Just got back from the Loeb's on March road, took three of the kids to meet Mike Fisher. Did not see Carrie, unless she was hiding out in the frozen foods section. Kids all got their jerseys signed and I took pictures. Nice guy. The kid ahead of us was on a local minor team that Fisher must have visited earlier in the year. He remembered the kid, asked him how their season was going. My 11-year-old is in heaven -- Fisher is his favorite player.

28All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty R.I.P. Mrs. Hockey on Fri Mar 06, 2009 11:03 pm

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Colleen Howe, wife of Gordie, dies at 76.

29All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Fri Mar 06, 2009 11:09 pm

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Hayden wrote:They look so happy together did they score or did koivu preposeAll Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Habs_78193

Not a picture either of these guys want posted on TSN.

30All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Sat Mar 07, 2009 7:34 am

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Habs are 2 points out of 9th spot... with Buffalo and Carolina.

31All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Sat Mar 07, 2009 7:51 am

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Shabbs, you raise a good point.

Montreal is on the brink.

Carolina gave the Flames a caning last night. Watched that game, and looked like Erik Cole has already made a major difference there.

Caught bits of the Buffalo game...they are a different team with Vanek back, and when Moore gets his visa problems sorted (Vermette had the same hangup by the way, thanks to US immigration bureaucrats), Sabres will be tougher.

The Pens are marching again, and Torts has jumpstarted the Rangers (the addition of Morris, Antro and Avery also helps them).

32All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Sat Mar 07, 2009 8:08 am

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A win by Buffalo and Florida tonight punts the Habs down to 7th and even closer to the brink. And as you said, if the Pens and Rangers start to win... they'll be on the outside looking in very soon.

33All Hockey talk all the time - Page 2 Empty Re: All Hockey talk all the time on Sat Mar 07, 2009 8:22 am

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shabbs wrote:A win by Buffalo and Florida tonight punts the Habs down to 7th and even closer to the brink. And as you said, if the Pens and Rangers start to win... they'll be on the outside looking in very soon.

Shabbs, agreed...the Penguins are already better with Bylsma (7-1-1 since he took over). Bringing in Kunitz and Guerin and giving Miro Satan a bus ticket are net positives. Gonchar makes a huge difference as well.

IMHO Carbo has never gotten a handle on the Habs. He does not seem to know how to motivate or manage them. They missed the playoffs in his first season, and while they had a terrific regular season last year, they were shaky in the post vs Boston before Philly finished them. A number of Montreal fans were crowing this year, but the inconsistency was evident from Day One--underlined by many expert hockey observers in the Montreal media like Red Fisher, Pat Hickey, Yvon Pedneault and Dany Dube. When Lang and Tanguay went down the rest of the team couldn't pick it up, and the defense lost its hard center when Komisarek blew his shoulder out in that dumb fight with Lucic.

For the last twenty years, Habs head coaches have lasted not much more than three seasons, by the way.

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