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GDT - Game #8: Sens @ Oilers, Oct 30, 2016, 9:00pm

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wprager


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Andy playing pretty well. Sens hanging onto his cape until they score one. Hoffman goes to the crease and gets one. Almost had his second when he rang one off the post on the PP.

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I don't mind that "Pyes" Pyatt.

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Anderson looks unreal. He's going to have a big year going forward

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A goal is a goal. Lets get Bobby going. Anderson has been superb tonight. Must feel really good for him and the team. Nicely done. Now lets go back to lowering the amount of shots they allow on him.

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You can tell there's a lot of support from that win celebration with Anderson.
And what a classy crowd for Edmonton cheering for him.

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Wow, what a moment.   Shaky third at times, but damn...

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They were on pk a ton so the shots against were pretty decent.

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That's true, 6 minutes of the first alone.  Edmonton came on in the third, but I was surprised to hear the shots were that lobsided

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Phaneuf was a rock tonight.

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MarkStone wrote:They were on pk a ton so the shots against were pretty decent.

That's true.

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Pyatt was one of the steals of the offseason.   skates hard, is a Wing Dang Doodle in the corners, has some sneaky skills, excellent positionally.  Dorion looks great on that one.

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PTFlea wrote:Pyatt was one of the steals of the offseason.   skates hard, is a Wing Dang Doodle in the corners, has some sneaky skills, excellent positionally.  Dorion looks great on that one.
Boucher looks great on that one.

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Just finished watching the game...man...someone must be slicing up onions in here. 

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wprager

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And there's your NHL first star of the week. They should give Nicholle one as well.

They give up 3 minors in the first and come out having given up just 7 shots on goal? How did Edmonton end up with 37? I see from the face off stats the Oilers were 55%, so they must have kicked that up a few notches after the first (Sens were winning something like 80% at that time).

Hoffman learns a lesson that you score more often from closer in, perhaps. Say what you will about him, he's still leading the Sens in shots on goal. With his shot, eventually they start going in.

Phaneuf leads the way with 6 blocked shots and no PIMs. Solid game by the veteran. Let's hope this is the start of a trend.

Karlsson with more short-handed ice time than powerplay icetime. Take that you weenie hockey writers.

You can't coach something like this but you can certainly take advantage of it as a coach. What a team-building moment.

Sens leapfrog over Tampa into 3rd in the Atlantic.


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Very classy Oilers fans applauding Andy as he came out for the 1st star. Talbot (2nd star) hangs around to give his respects as well.


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Early season favorite for the Sens' Masterton nom?


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wprager wrote:And there's your NHL first star of the week.  They should give Nicholle one as well.  

They give up 3 minors in the first and come out having given up just 7 shots on goal?  How did Edmonton end up with 37?  I see from the face off stats the Oilers were 55%, so they must have kicked that up a few notches after the first (Sens were winning something like 80% at that time).

Hoffman learns a lesson that you score more often from closer in, perhaps.  Say what you will about him, he's still leading the Sens in shots on goal.  With his shot, eventually they start going in.

Phaneuf leads the way with 6 blocked shots and no PIMs.  Solid game by the veteran.  Let's hope this is the start of a trend.  

Karlsson with more short-handed ice time than powerplay icetime.  Take that you weenie hockey writers.

You can't coach something like this but you can certainly take advantage of it as a coach.  What a team-building moment.

Sens leapfrog over Tampa into 3rd in the Atlantic.

Dubnyk had three shutouts and will be first star

wprager

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Guess we'll see.


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