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GDT - Game #55: Sens @ Devils, Feb 16, 2017, 7:00pm

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tim1_2


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Ryan's gone back into witness protection but at least Phaneuf ripped home a PP goal.

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Ryan had a good game. Great pass backhand off the boards on the GWG.

Condon Sr should get the Hardest Working Sens award. All that worrying.

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tim1_2 wrote:
wprager wrote:I thought you weren't a fan of That's What She Said, and she is one half of that show.

 A few people here voiced their displeasure at that show, but I quite enjoy it. I find they have different (better) takes on sports than most of the guys on the radio.

I meant 504Heater/SpezzDispenser/SpezzDispensed/PTFlea.

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wprager wrote:
tim1_2 wrote:
wprager wrote:I thought you weren't a fan of That's What She Said, and she is one half of that show.

 A few people here voiced their displeasure at that show, but I quite enjoy it. I find they have different (better) takes on sports than most of the guys on the radio.

I meant 504Heater/SpezzDispenser/SpezzDispensed/PTFlea.
I think it was ev that said that. Obviously

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Nice win. Phaneuf temporarily went ahead of Karlsson on goals. Three points up on the Leafs now so takes pressure off heading to Toronto.

Four back of the Habs with three in hand.


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Tough to watch for the most part but the good guys won.

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Watching paint dry is more entertaining than a Sens/Devils game. Paint has layers.


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Yeah, Jersey sure played us tight. Saw some Devils fan tweet that we were out-devilling them. Condon played very well.  Feels good.

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Pretty much the most boring 2 points imaginable,  but huge just the same

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Lazar was actually good!

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Huge two points as it gives them a nice three point cushion as we head to Toronto. Still have a have in hand, too. Two up on the Bruins with three in hand.


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PTFlea wrote:Lazar was actually good!

Haha. Here we go again...

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One nice thing was the absence of penalties...other than Condon's delay of game right at the get-go, we didn't take another penalty, which is pretty incredible.

We gave up a grand total of 21 shots, including just 6 in the 3rd period. Impressive.

Cammalleri played just lest than 14 minutes for them, which was their 4th lowest among forwards. Maybe that whole "Ryan for Cammalleri" trade scenario isn't so far fetched...?

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Well, Bobby Ryan *is* from New Jersey, so from a marketing point out could help a little. Did you see all those empty seats on the lower bowl? The upper bowl was probably nearly empty.


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wprager wrote:Well, Bobby Ryan *is* from New Jersey, so from a marketing point out could help a little. Did you see all those empty seats on the lower bowl? The upper bowl was probably nearly empty.

I wouldn't go to watch that hockey team either.

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tim1_2 wrote:
wprager wrote:Well, Bobby Ryan *is* from New Jersey, so from a marketing point out could help a little. Did you see all those empty seats on the lower bowl? The upper bowl was probably nearly empty.

I wouldn't go to watch that hockey team either.

How has that team not been relocated? Not much in the news lately but they apparently lose a LOT of money.

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SeawaySensFan wrote:
tim1_2 wrote:
wprager wrote:Well, Bobby Ryan *is* from New Jersey, so from a marketing point out could help a little. Did you see all those empty seats on the lower bowl? The upper bowl was probably nearly empty.

I wouldn't go to watch that hockey team either.

How has that team not been relocated? Not much in the news lately but they apparently lose a LOT of money.

Good question.

http://www.espn.com/nhl/attendance

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tim1_2 wrote:
wprager wrote:Well, Bobby Ryan *is* from New Jersey, so from a marketing point out could help a little. Did you see all those empty seats on the lower bowl? The upper bowl was probably nearly empty.

I wouldn't go to watch that hockey team either.
How are they so boring year after year?

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