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Old 02-29-2012, 07:12 PM
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Methinks that will be the last time Emelin tries to cheap shot one of our guys. Maybe he learned a valuable lesson about hockey.
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Old 03-01-2012, 09:01 AM
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TYSON: Oh, you'll like me in there. I go about my business.

That's Stamkos - he goes about his business on the ice, doesn't he?
Thanks stang...and that reasonable, legitimate analogy pretty much wraps up any need for ever seeing a viscerally repulsive, criminally violent convicted felon mentioned in the same breath with the magnificent and eminently respectable Steven Stamkos (BTW Stamkos is really stepping into the role of impressively well-spoken ambassador for the sport of hockey, isn't he? Has been since we first met him on draft day...)

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Emelin does not fight because his face was caved in during a 2009 fight in Russia's KHL against former Lightning Alex Svitov and had to be reconstructed
Go figure, eh? Shocker. Best thing we've ever seen on the ice from Svitov.

Now we're even prouder of Bugsy and wish he'd rearranged it again for the gutless little puke. As far as the penalties, this was a perfect textbook illustration of why the instigator penalty needs to be ripped from the rulebook, used to wipe Malone's butt, and then burned to a crisp. (Sorry, SFY, but it does.) Without looking up the box score, the 2, 5, 10 and game suggest that he was given both the instigator and the exceedingly rare Aggressor penalty:
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46.2 Aggressor – The aggressor in an altercation shall be the player who continues to throw punches in an attempt to inflict punishment on his opponent who is in a defenseless position or who is an unwilling combatant. A player must be deemed the aggressor when he has clearly won the fight but he continues throwing and landing punches in a further attempt to inflict punishment and/or injury on his opponent who is no longer in a position to defend himself [or who is a gutless little Russian pansy-ass puke--Ed.]...A player who is deemed to be both the instigator and aggressor of an altercation shall be assessed an instigating minor penalty, a major penalty for fighting, a ten-minute misconduct (instigator) and a game misconduct penalty (aggressor).
Be smarter next time Bugs...pick your spots better, and nail that little snotnosed punk so as to only get a double minor, heheh...bringing a new meaning to "face off at center ice."
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Old 03-01-2012, 09:37 AM
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By far our worst d pairing was Clark/brewer. One of tbose must sit when micklesson is back, and the other when aulie gets here. Thank god for garon.
Sit Clark, for sure. I agree, that pairing was ridiculous. But, the only reason it was so bad was because of Clark. IMO, I would rather have Kubina around rather than Clark. I can't wait to see Aulie in action, though!
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Old 03-01-2012, 10:00 AM
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Sit Clark, for sure. I agree, that pairing was ridiculous. But, the only reason it was so bad was because of Clark. IMO, I would rather have Kubina around rather than Clark. I can't wait to see Aulie in action, though!
I wasn't as sold on Brewer as others. Sure, Clark was terrible, but Brewer did plenty of plays that left me shaking my head. I think because Brewer was the one to stick up for Malone, people are thinking more of his game than there was. You can go watch the great saves at NHL.com by Garon. Brewer was out there for like 12 of the 15 of them. So they really only got great chances on Garon 3 times when Brewer wasn't there. Constantly backing up, getting beat to the outside, letting 2 guys sit in front of Garon, and refusing to hit anyone. I just wasn't sold on his play.
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Old 03-01-2012, 10:58 AM
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I wasn't as sold on Brewer as others. Sure, Clark was terrible, but Brewer did plenty of plays that left me shaking my head. I think because Brewer was the one to stick up for Malone, people are thinking more of his game than there was. You can go watch the great saves at NHL.com by Garon. Brewer was out there for like 12 of the 15 of them. So they really only got great chances on Garon 3 times when Brewer wasn't there. Constantly backing up, getting beat to the outside, letting 2 guys sit in front of Garon, and refusing to hit anyone. I just wasn't sold on his play.
Brewer had a very good game. There was a reason he got the third star that night.
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Old 03-01-2012, 03:49 PM
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I would rather see ObergI here than Clark. And who thought up having Clark handle the puck on the PP? Talk about a brain fart.
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Old 03-02-2012, 01:37 PM
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Tonights GDT will be up by 330.
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Old 03-03-2012, 11:11 AM
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This needed to be posted. Didn't realize he'd gotten quite that high, very athletic!
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:52 PM
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You know that is amazing considering he is carrying almost another 40-50 pounds of gear loaded with sweat.
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:59 PM
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And he never took his eye off the play
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