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16 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Sun Apr 23, 2017 2:35 pm

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Beleskey in for Krejci; Spooner remains out.

17 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Sun Apr 23, 2017 3:16 pm

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Stalberg in. Kelly's ice time was always going to be low but losing a winger also messes up the lines.
Lame prediction: this game is a blowout, just not sure for whom.

18 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Sun Apr 23, 2017 3:24 pm

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So I'm trying out the free feed of the game on CastStream, using Chrome to play out and then casting to my ChromeCast. This isn't casting my display, it streams directly to the device. Anyhow, quality is very decent. Looks a little bit like film (ad opposed to tape) but still way better then SD. Likely 480i (DVD quality). If I donated then I could use a better stream (they even have some 60 fps).

19 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Sun Apr 23, 2017 5:02 pm

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I fell asleep on the couch and missed both goals. I should doze off more often.

20 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Sun Apr 23, 2017 6:14 pm

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Mcarthur wins it for the Sens!!!!!

21 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Sun Apr 23, 2017 6:37 pm

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No words   amazing

22 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Sun Apr 23, 2017 6:39 pm

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I got to say, that NEEDED to happen! I don't know how many more of these overtimes i can take.

23 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Sun Apr 23, 2017 6:53 pm

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Just a thought. Did anybody bother telling these guys there's no loser points in overtime?

Karlsson brought the OT to another level. That right there was the captain leading

24 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Sun Apr 23, 2017 7:23 pm

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Karlsson was unreal all series.  He got hit a lot the last two though and he can expect more of that

25 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Sun Apr 23, 2017 7:40 pm

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PTFlea wrote:Karlsson was unreal all series.  He got hit a lot the last two though and he can expect more of that

At this point I almost feel like rangers will be easier on the body. Problem will be shutting them out and solving lunqvist

26 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Mon Apr 24, 2017 12:07 am

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The Rangers are a much faster team than the Bruins. The Sens better be prepared to ratchet up in the speed department. I don't just mean skating. I'm talking decision making and passing.


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27 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Mon Apr 24, 2017 12:19 am

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The rangers aren't that good. IMO this Will be another easy matchup. Rangers don't have guys like Marchand and Bergeron who can take over a shift and pin you for the whole thing. I like sens in 6

28 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Mon Apr 24, 2017 6:43 am

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Watched regulation at home, OT on the bike at the gym. There were a few hoots and hollers when the puck went in.

Every single other series I looked at featured faster skating. By a lot, really. It's not that the Sens can't play faster, but the style of both teams is to slow it down. Hopefully they will adjust to whatever style the Rangers bring.

Karlsson played with two hairline fractures in his heel. Thank heavens it's not his ankle. Three days off will help.

Wingels had a good game but he's still nothing more than a 4th liner. I still think White would bring more (younger, faster, can play center, higher skill level). Hopefully we see him at some point.


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29 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Mon Apr 24, 2017 11:38 am

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What a great feeling. This is the only relaxing time of the playoffs...in between series when you know you've moved on. The Rags/Habs series was actually VERY physical, so this isn't going to be easier on the body, but they are certainly beatable.

30 Re: PGDT #6, Sens @ Bruins, April 23, 3:00PM on Mon Apr 24, 2017 2:38 pm

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tim1_2 wrote:What a great feeling.  This is the only relaxing time of the playoffs...in between series when you know you've moved on.  The Rags/Habs series was actually VERY physical, so this isn't going to be easier on the body, but they are certainly beatable.

There was a little hate in that series. Gallagher, Radulov, Ott, Shaw. But they love Brassard and the Senators are still fond of Mikachu. It will be one big love-fest.


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