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Game Day: Sens @ Ducks, Saturday, January 21, 2012 @ 4PM Large VS Game Day: Sens @ Ducks, Saturday, January 21, 2012 @ 4PM Large
Who: Ottawa Senators @ Anaheim Ducks
When: Saturday, January 21, 2012 @ 4PM
Where: RSN




The Story:

This is the first meeting for these two teams this season. Their last meeting was a 2-1 Anaheim SO win on January 18, 2011 - almost one year ago. Corey Perry (from Ryan and Beleskey) was the Ducks lone regulation goal, while Bobby Ryan scored the GWG in the SO. Jonas Hiller made 39 saves. Mike Fisher scored the Sens lone goal, Karlsson and Michalek contributed assists and Brian Elliott stopped 26 shots.




Ottawa (27-16-6)

Ottawa extends their winning streak to 2 with a 4-1 win over the San Jose Sharks Thursday night. The Sens scored 4 unanswered but the win came at a cost, as Zack Smith and Kaspars Daugavins both suffered injuries. Stephan Da Costa has been recalled from Binghamton, and will likely replace Smith. If Daugavins is injured, it is expected that Andre Petersson will make his NHL debut.

The Sens are 2nd in the Northeast and are now 4th in the East.

Team Leaders:

Goals: Milan Michalek [23]
Assists: Erik Karlsson [38]
Points: Jason Spezza [50]
PIMs: Zenon Kenopka [147]
+/-: Flip Kuba [16]

Players-to-Watch:

Starting Line-up:

Colin Greening - Jason Spezza - Milan Michalek
Erik Condra - Kyle Turris - Daniel Alfredsson
Nick Foligno - Zack Smith* - Chris Neil
Kaspars Daugavins* - Zenon Konopka - Bobby Butler

Filip Kuba - Erik Karlsson
Jared Cowen - Sergei Gonchar
Chris Phillips - Mark Borowiecki

Craig Anderson

Injuries:

Zack Smith(?), Kaspar Daugavins(?), Peter Regin, Jesse Winchester




Anaheim (16-22-7)

The Anaheim Ducks are on a 3 game winning streak since rumours of them shopping their "big three" started circulating. Their last win a 6-2 victory over Phoenix on Wednesday.

Anaheim is 5th in the Pacific and 13th in the West.

Team Leaders:

Goals: Corey Perry [21]
Assists: Teemu Selanne [29]
Points: Teemu Selanne [44]
PIMs: Corey Perry [61]
+/-: Saku Koivu [12]

Players-to-Watch:



Starting Line-up:

Bobby Ryan - Ryan Getzlaf - Corey Perry
Niklas Hagman - Saku Koivu - Teemu Selanne
Jason Blake - Nick Bonino - Andrew Cogliano
Matt Beleskey - Rod Pelley - George Parros

Francois Beauchemin - Cam Fowler
Luca Sbisa - Lubomir Visnovsky
Toni Lydman - Sheldon Brookbank

Jonas Hiller

Injuries:

Dan Ellis



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Stanley Cup Rematch circa 2007......fuk the ducks

tim1_2

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But it's not GAMEDAY!!!!!!!

Let's waste these lameducks!!!! AHAHHAHAH, SEE WHAT I DID THERE!!!!

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tim1_2 wrote:But it's not GAMEDAY!!!!!!!

Let's waste these lameducks!!!! AHAHHAHAH, SEE WHAT I DID THERE!!!!

See what I did there?... i nthe title? "PRE" Wink

And yes, you are punny.

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If anyone can find a stream, I would be super grateful. I'm going to be in New Orleans this weekend, and something tells me they won't be showing an afternoon clash between ANA & OTT on the TVs down on Bourbon Street. Smile

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rooneypoo wrote:If anyone can find a stream, I would be super grateful. I'm going to be in New Orleans this weekend, and something tells me they won't be showing an afternoon clash between ANA & OTT on the TVs down on Bourbon Street. Smile

You should get a SlingBox. I have one, and while I don't use it very often, it's the greatest thing in the world when I need it.

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I will have to look into that, long term. Of course, if I end up living in the states, I'm just going to get NHL Centre Ice (the online version). Great for out of market cities.

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rooneypoo wrote:I will have to look into that, long term. Of course, if I end up living in the states, I'm just going to get NHL Centre Ice (the online version). Great for out of market cities.

I don't think I'm ever going back to cable/satellite. I just got hooked up to over-the-air HD and it's sickening how superior it is to anything coming in on a wire. As far as sports go, if I'm going to pay, it'll be GameCentre for sure. Best thing going.

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Pre-Game Beers On Ice?

Awwwwwwwwwwwww yyyyyyyyyyeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhh!!!!

tim1_2

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SeawaySensFan wrote:
rooneypoo wrote:I will have to look into that, long term. Of course, if I end up living in the states, I'm just going to get NHL Centre Ice (the online version). Great for out of market cities.

I don't think I'm ever going back to cable/satellite. I just got hooked up to over-the-air HD and it's sickening how superior it is to anything coming in on a wire. As far as sports go, if I'm going to pay, it'll be GameCentre for sure. Best thing going.

I agree that GameCentre is awesome. My buddy who works for the Sens gets a free subscription to that, and I was at his place the other day and he was using it, through his laptop, to stream games to his TV. The picture quality was great (HD), you had a choice between the home or away broadcast, and all the summary/highlight videos of games that had ended were well-done.

Quite amazing actually.

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I don't get how if you get CBC-O over the air, you get it in HD (of course) but you can't get CBC-O in HD on Bell?

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shabbs wrote:Pre-Game Beers On Ice?

Awwwwwwwwwwwww yyyyyyyyyyeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhh!!!!

Don't leave them in too long Ahhhhh!

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tim1_2 wrote:
SeawaySensFan wrote:
rooneypoo wrote:I will have to look into that, long term. Of course, if I end up living in the states, I'm just going to get NHL Centre Ice (the online version). Great for out of market cities.

I don't think I'm ever going back to cable/satellite. I just got hooked up to over-the-air HD and it's sickening how superior it is to anything coming in on a wire. As far as sports go, if I'm going to pay, it'll be GameCentre for sure. Best thing going.

I agree that GameCentre is awesome. My buddy who works for the Sens gets a free subscription to that, and I was at his place the other day and he was using it, through his laptop, to stream games to his TV. The picture quality was great (HD), you had a choice between the home or away broadcast, and all the summary/highlight videos of games that had ended were well-done.

Quite amazing actually.
They need to come up with GameCenter on a Team by Team basis. Put together a package for just Sens games at a good price. I don't want to have to get every single game, just my team's games.

Same for NHL CI. Give me a the choice to choose NHL CI for just the Sens, for the season.

tim1_2

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shabbs wrote:They need to come up with GameCenter on a Team by Team basis. Put together a package for just Sens games at a good price. I don't want to have to get every single game, just my team's games.

GameCenter currently costs $120, which seems REALLY reasonable. Even $120 for just the Sens games works out to about $1.50 each.

I think this might be a promo price now that the season is half over, though? Anyone know if it's always this cheap?

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