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NEELY wrote:Also, watching Anderson play this way... oh man.  I can't stand his injuries, his head games he plays with himself, and the general demeanor he carries sometimes but just wow.  He's a top 5 goalie when he plays like that and most importantly he is not intimidated looking at Price at the other end.

Is he really the guy the Sens should be trading?  I obviously think he is still but man, you have to stop and think a minute.

This is why you have to trade him.
Imagine if he contributes this way all the way to a game 7? Or dare I say the 2nd round?
His value will be up!
I'm not comfortable with Anderson being here long term and what that means for lehner. You couldn't ask for a better time.

I really want a package deal made to Edmonton but I don't think they move one of their big guys. It might end up being Pitts 1st they offer in exchange. To me that's not the deal the team needs to make but I don't feel we'll have that many dance partners.

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Flo The Action wrote:
NEELY wrote:Also, watching Anderson play this way... oh man.  I can't stand his injuries, his head games he plays with himself, and the general demeanor he carries sometimes but just wow.  He's a top 5 goalie when he plays like that and most importantly he is not intimidated looking at Price at the other end.

Is he really the guy the Sens should be trading?  I obviously think he is still but man, you have to stop and think a minute.

This is why you have to trade him.
Imagine if he contributes this way all the way to a game 7? Or dare I say the 2nd round?
His value will be up!
I'm not comfortable with Anderson being here long term and what that means for lehner. You couldn't ask for a better time.

I really want a package deal made to Edmonton but I don't think they move one of their big guys. It might end up being Pitts 1st they offer in exchange. To me that's not the deal the team needs to make but I don't feel we'll have that many dance partners.

You trade the guy that gets you the best return. If that's Lehner because a team likes his upside better than what Anderson would give them, you don't think twice.

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SpezDispensed wrote:You have to have nuts the size of coconuts to make that call in a 0-0 elimination game on the team's home ice.  Crazy.  I don't yell at refs often (from the couch) because they're really not out to get you (Prager), but what a Cussing ballsy, dumb call that was.

Or brain the size of nuts.

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I'm really happy about the win but I'm gonna be greedy and say that I'm disappointed that Subban and Price haven't joined Bo Loo on the IR by now. Let's make it happen along with a big win come Friday.

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Man...if we win Friday...plan the parade route.

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tim1_2 wrote:Man...if we win Friday...plan the parade route.

If?

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If indeed.


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I just don't see how a team that has a guy nicknamed "Patches" should ever win a playoff round. Can't happen.

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SeawaySensFan wrote:I just don't see how a team that has a guy nicknamed "Patches" should ever win a playoff round. Can't happen.

I refer to him as Maxy-Patchy.

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I actually prefer to call him Max Pack but, we're tight like that.


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SeawaySensFan wrote:
tim1_2 wrote:Man...if we win Friday...plan the parade route.

If?

Done

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Cap'n Clutch wrote:I actually prefer to call him Max Pack but, we're tight like that.

Maxi-Patch. Or Super-Maxi-Patch, for those heavier days.


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The world's grossest words..."heavy flow". Right up there with "placenta".

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i thought it was maxi-patch because of his frequent injuries(like he bleeds once a month)

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tim1_2 wrote:The world's grossest words..."heavy flow".  Right up there with "placenta".

Was watching some documentary many years ago. Some British family -- heavy accents, possibly Cockney. Anyhow, I had flipped to the channel half way into it. They were taking some kind of meat out of the freezer, cooking it up with some onions and then making a pate out of it and sitting down together to eat it. And then it came out that this meat stored in the freezer was the "afterbirth" or placenta.

So i you think "placenta" is one of the grossest words in the world, imagine it in context with "placenta pate" and "family reunion dinner".


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Oh yes. Cooking placentas is a thing. Actually, I had a placenta in my freezer for a couple of months...it was in an old ice cream container. Thankfully we didn't mix that up.

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tim1_2 wrote:Oh yes. Cooking placentas is a thing. Actually, I had a placenta in my freezer for a couple of months...it was in an old ice cream container. Thankfully we didn't mix that up.
Did you eat it?

What was the recipe? Tell me you didn't prags it with just onions and lemon juice.

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Flo The Action wrote:
tim1_2 wrote:Oh yes. Cooking placentas is a thing. Actually, I had a placenta in my freezer for a couple of months...it was in an old ice cream container. Thankfully we didn't mix that up.
Did you eat it?

What was the recipe? Tell me you didn't prags it with just onions and lemon juice.

Nope, didn't eat it. When you have a home birth, you have to dispose of the placenta yourself. It wound up in my green bin lol.

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