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Socks Landjager Level: 62 Posts: 587/889 EXP: 1972488 For next: 12209 Since: 25.6.02 From: Ottawa Since last post: 573 days Last activity: 450 days # 1 Posted on 27.11.03 1208.52 Reposted on: 27.11.10 1210.32 Surprises?? I can think of a few... Who would have ever imagined the Thrashers doing as well as they have considering what they have been through? Ottawa Senators? Paging, the Ottawa Senators......are you there?? Boston is doing well again, but we all remember last year, they started to tank almost half way through the season... Any other thoughts? Promote this thread!
Freeway Scrapple Level: 113 Posts: 1464/3504 EXP: 15674149 For next: 144460 Since: 3.1.02 From: Calgary Since last post: 1340 days Last activity: 1027 days # 2 Posted on 27.11.03 1521.53 Reposted on: 27.11.10 1525.03 Flames over .500 and leading the league in fewest shots allowed per game?? The Canucks still kicking ass?? The Avalanche NOT dominating??
The Goon Banger Moderator Level: 98 Posts: 603/2511 EXP: 9509632 For next: 144755 Since: 2.1.02 From: Calgary, Alberta, Canada Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 1 day # 3 Posted on 27.11.03 2316.23 Reposted on: 27.11.10 2316.34 Crazy new(and old) uniforms everywhere you look! What's up with the third unis for Atlanta, Dallas, Minnesota, Columbus, etc? Crazy, baby!
richcon Linguica Level: 22 Posts: 14/76 EXP: 50073 For next: 8278 Since: 2.1.02 From: Victoria, BC, Canada Since last post: 2940 days Last activity: 2830 days # 4 Posted on 28.11.03 0137.48 Reposted on: 28.11.10 0138.03 Those third jerserys for Atlanta are... interesting. Atlantathrashers.com As far as surprises go, what about Ladislav Nagy having twelve goals or Jason King having eleven?
Dagent913 Bockwurst Level: 51 Posts: 444/567 EXP: 991391 For next: 22554 Since: 18.11.02 From: Strong Island Since last post: 4707 days Last activity: 4238 days
AIM: # 5 Posted on 28.11.03 1615.04 Reposted on: 28.11.10 1615.07 Here's a surprise from the Island: How 'bout Mariusz Czerkawski coming back and rocking the house even more than the last time he was here (take THAT Habs!). But the more recent surprise: The Isles drop their last four, thus ending up with 3 fewer points than the Rangers right now. D'oh!
mountinman44 Sujuk Level: 65 Posts: 778/974 EXP: 2271788 For next: 63852 Since: 8.5.02 From: San Diego, CA Since last post: 2286 days Last activity: 601 days
Y!: # 6 Posted on 28.11.03 1850.56 Reposted on: 28.11.10 1852.18 I would have to say the LA Kings are a surprise. With all of their injuries they've had (Allison, Deadmarsh, Palffy, Stumpel, to name a few), they're in second in the Pacific. (edited by mountinman44 on 28.11.03 1651)
fuelinjected Banger Level: 100 Posts: 1755/2679 EXP: 10217323 For next: 137109 Since: 12.10.02 From: Canada Since last post: 4297 days Last activity: 4297 days # 7 Posted on 28.11.03 1942.51 Reposted on: 28.11.10 1943.33 I'm surprised that anyone thinks the Flyers have a hope in hell in the Playoffs with Jeff Hackett and Robert Esche. :)
Net Hack Slasher Banger Level: 103 Posts: 1723/2805 EXP: 11223560 For next: 247885 Since: 6.1.02 From: Outer reaches of your mind Since last post: 4624 days Last activity: 3044 days # 8 Posted on 30.11.03 0856.04 Reposted on: 30.11.10 0856.34 A few surprises one has to be The Leafs, don't know how long they can hold up but doing much better then I expected... On the West side I'll say Nashville is a surprise For disappointments it has to be Ottawa. Washington is a total mess and are underachieving... In the west I'll say Edmonton is somewhat disappointing
J.T. Dutch Pickled pork Level: 33 Posts: 158/197 EXP: 208961 For next: 20221 Since: 3.1.02 From: SoCal 4 Life Since last post: 3707 days Last activity: 78 days
Y!: # 9 Posted on 4.12.03 0608.16 Reposted on: 4.12.10 0608.22 Originally posted by mountinman44 I would have to say the LA Kings are a surprise. With all of their injuries they've had (Allison, Deadmarsh, Palffy, Stumpel, to name a few), they're in second in the Pacific. ... Yeah, they've hung in there pretty well; and at the same time, they've been able to develop a few young guys. The recent trade for Straka adds some depth, and if Allison is able to return and get into game shape by the post-season, the Kings could do some pretty fair damage in the West. I haven't been this optimistic about a Kings' team in about 3 or 4 years. Cechmanek still makes me nervous, however. Very unorthodox goaltender; makes the easy saves look difficult and the difficult saves look easy.
Omar Padilla Chourico Level: 38 Posts: 179/287 EXP: 367446 For next: 3004 Since: 3.1.02 Since last post: 57 days Last activity: 57 days # 10 Posted on 4.12.03 1907.08 Reposted on: 4.12.10 1907.15 What? You guys didn't know the Kings are winning the Cup this year?
Hobbes Cotechino Level: 24 Posts: 11/94 EXP: 69019 For next: 9107 Since: 10.12.01 From: Kelowna Since last post: 221 days Last activity: 218 days # 11 Posted on 5.12.03 0312.17 Reposted on: 5.12.10 0313.30 The Kings don't even know that they're winning the cup this year.
mountinman44 Sujuk Level: 65 Posts: 780/974 EXP: 2271788 For next: 63852 Since: 8.5.02 From: San Diego, CA Since last post: 2286 days Last activity: 601 days
Y!: # 12 Posted on 8.12.03 2228.50 Reposted on: 8.12.10 2229.02 Originally posted by Hobbes The Kings don't even know that they're winning the cup this year. I prefer not to think like that. It hurts my brain. They are getting healthy with the return of Stumpel and Palffy last week. Straka is a welcome addition, and Michael Cammeleri is playing some top notch hockey right now. I haven't heard any news on when either Deadmarsh or Allison will return. Deadmarsh is going through the ever-nasty post-concussion syndrome, and the Kings obviously do not want to mess with Allison's neck. There's no need to rush them right now.
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