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Ice Hockey

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Stazy, Oct 22, 2006.

  1. thekunk07

    thekunk07 Senior member

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    went to a few rangers games. i think the fans turned me off more.
     
  2. sonick

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    Damn flyers are shitting themselves again.
     
  4. AR_Six

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    ^From what I'm seeing it's Fleury more than it's their fault.
     
  5. ryoneo

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    ^From what I'm seeing it's Fleury more than it's their fault.

    Yea and the guy sucked during the regular season..... go figure, right? And the Flyers, one of the best offensive teams can't buy a goal in the playoffs.
     
  6. AR_Six

    AR_Six Senior member

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    Canucks go through! Carried by Bobby Lou, but they can be better.
     
  7. bawlin

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    They're playing the best hockey they've played in years. I'm not sure what you mean by they can play better. Of course they're not playing 100% perfect, but they're damn close.
     
  8. sonick

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    The canucks played much better on home ice, more jump and more tenacity. There was a bit of that in the third game, but this fourth game it seemed like they were playing more passively; more of a trapping game.

    I don't think woudl match up very well to a big team like the Ducks, where the top lines aren't afraid of getting gritty. Though big, the Canucks' first two lines (especially without Sundin) is fairly passive.

    Ryan Johnson is the unsung hero of the first round for the Canucks. Amazing what he puts his body through.
     
  9. AR_Six

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    They're playing the best hockey they've played in years. I'm not sure what you mean by they can play better. Of course they're not playing 100% perfect, but they're damn close.
    You clearly didn't watch every game in the regular season... they're capable of a lot more than they've shown. They've been somewhat undisciplined, the passes aren't getting to where they should be and they're not creating as much space as they have in the past with speed. They have yet to play a full 60 minute game, or even 45 minutes. Defensively they have been fairly responsible, there are occasional lapses but they're doing okay. The 2nd period wasn't pretty tonight and there was some running around. On the offensive side of the puck they're just not clicking the way they're capable of. That's why they're relying on their goalie and that's why the games have been close so late into them. They can play much, much better. I've seen it. The best hockey they've played in years was a game against Minnesota in March, they went down 2-0 early and then just absolutely massacred the Wild. If that Canucks team shows up to one of these games Luongo won't even be a meaningful factor, right now he is winning us games. Which is great, but it's better if he doesn't have to keep doing it through the whole playoffs.
    I don't think woudl match up very well to a big team like the Ducks, where the top lines aren't afraid of getting gritty. Though big, the Canucks' first two lines (especially without Sundin) is fairly passive.
    We don't play the ducks. If the ducks win we get Calgary or Chicago, whoever wins. If the Ducks lose we get Detroit. Of the 3 I'd prefer Chicago, I don't know if Khabibulin has won in Vancouver since the 90s.
     
  10. mgoose

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    I'm praying for a Chicago matchup after we steamrolled them in the regular season. But we always seem to do well even against Detroit, so I'm not to worried either way.
     
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    I didn't watch all their games, but the Canucks did look good against the Blues.

    I've also watched games from the Flyers/Penguins, Caps/Rangers, and Ducks/Sharks. I like the Flyers, but they are done now but there is still time for someone to knock Crosby out . Caps finally looked like they came to play in game 3, and after watching the Rangers play a number of times, I just don't think they are good enough to go anywhere. The Sharks win last night is nice, but I think they are going to lose in 6.
     
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    Ryan Johnson is the unsung hero of the first round for the Canucks. Amazing what he puts his body through.

    Please make sure you properly thank the University of North Dakota...
    See also:
    Parise, Zach
    Zajac, Travis
    Toews, Jonathan

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    I didn't watch all their games, but the Canucks did look good against the Blues.

    I've also watched games from the Flyers/Penguins, Caps/Rangers, and Ducks/Sharks. I like the Flyers, but they are done now but there is still time for someone to knock Crosby out . Caps finally looked like they came to play in game 3, and after watching the Rangers play a number of times, I just don't think they are good enough to go anywhere. The Sharks win last night is nice, but I think they are going to lose in 6.


    +1
     
  14. enjoiii

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    Canucks can still play better but Lou is playing well and were winning games. A 4 game sweep is impressive no matter what team your playing against. Hopefully we get Chicago next round which is a series I think we can win.
     
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    Ya this is one of their best seasons in recent history.
     
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    Well, it looks like the Caps are about to ruin my day...
     
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    It ain't over yet!
     
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    Flyers are still alive!!
     
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