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    On the Weber hit, its something I believe he should have gotten a game for. Kieth got 5 a few weeks ago for a retalitory elbow to Sedin, and I don't know that this hit was all that different. A late hit in a close game magnifies it even moreso in my estimation. He should be sitting tonight, but as we know, he's not.

    That whole game had some questionable calls from the officials tbh.

    Last night was a rough one for me. I was sure Toews coming out and scoring early would set a tone, but the Coyotes didn't back down and they just completely OWNED the second period. I'm still more than confident that Q will adjust and the Hawks will win one in the desert before coming home to get another pair of wins.

    St Louis and San Jose was actually a very entertaining game. I thought the Blues would play Hitchcock style hockey and slow the game down to a grind, but it was not nearly that way. It was physical and tough, but a really well played game.

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    This has been a very entertaining Flyers/Penguins series. I hate both teams, but seeing all of the fights and goals has definitely made this an enjoyable series.
    That hit was plenty fair. Atleast by a quarter of an inch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxilon View Post
    This has been a very entertaining Flyers/Penguins series. I hate both teams, but seeing all of the fights and goals has definitely made this an enjoyable series.
    It's more like watching a Genesis NHL '96 Game than real hockey.
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    If the Hawks were involved I don't think I'd enjoy the series as much, but I agree, there is something about that Flyers/Pens series thats just must see TV.

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    If the Hawks were involved I don't think I'd enjoy the series as much, but I agree, there is something about that Flyers/Pens series thats just must see TV.
    I'm shocked that the Flyers are up 3-0 in this series. It is entertaining but shocking how bad the Penguins have played.
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    With the Pens and Canucks both on the ropes, things could get pretty interesting in both conferences.
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    Very interesting indeed.

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    Just got done watching the Blues survive a late onslaught to go up 2 games to 1. Impressive power play tonight. Also, the Boston/Washington game was quite entertaining, especially down the stretch.
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    The Blues look like a faster, more physical team. The Sharks seem to be showing their age. If there was any question as to whether or not the lack of playoff experience would affect the Blues, I think that question has been answered.
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    Shanahan obviously told the referees to up their enforcement of the rules. Too bad, since this Flyers/Pens game is reminiscent of a Big 12 Football. Can't play defense or you'll be put in the box.
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    Up a touchdown now, but I'm sure the Flyers still have a shot.

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    Up a touchdown now, but I'm sure the Flyers still have a shot.
    I turned on the TV and I thought I left my PS3 on with NHL 12 in the console, lol
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    Those miserable hicks from Tennessee have made it past one of the O6. Hate to see that happen. I have nothing against the team, just the fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph View Post
    Those miserable hicks from Tennessee have made it past one of the O6. Hate to see that happen. I have nothing against the team, just the fans.
    Goalie series, just like 03 when the Ducks schooled the wings, kudos to them and him

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    He is amazing, and so are their defencemen. They just play such a frustrating style of hockey, such a grind overall. They are a real threat this post season unless Rinne just falls apart.

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