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Socks
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#1 Posted on 31.12.03 0039.18
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Lady's and Gents....Please welcome back YOUR Ottawa Senators!!!

7 games unbeaten, and they look like the team of old.

2004 will be a good year for "Canada's Team"!

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#2 Posted on 31.12.03 0049.32
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where are the Oilers?
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#3 Posted on 31.12.03 1048.39
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    Originally posted by Socks
    Lady's and Gents....Please welcome back YOUR Ottawa Senators!!!

    7 games unbeaten, and they look like the team of old.

    2004 will be a good year for "Canada's Team"!




They might want to save some of those wins, for, oh, I dont know, THE PLAYOFFS!
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#4 Posted on 31.12.03 1455.28
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How exactly is a team led by Daniel Alfredsson, Marian Hossa, Radek Bonk, and Martin Havlat - all Euros - Canada's Team?
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#5 Posted on 31.12.03 1457.21
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    Originally posted by BigVitoMark
    How exactly is a team led by Daniel Alfredsson, Marian Hossa, Radek Bonk, and Martin Havlat - all Euros - Canada's Team?


Oh....the jealousy...

It's tough being number one...it really is! :)
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#6 Posted on 31.12.03 1822.58
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Strange that the post goes from talking about the Senators and then to Canada's team(the Leafs). And yeah, it should be a good year for the boys in blue!
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#7 Posted on 31.12.03 2036.10
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    Originally posted by BigVitoMark
    How exactly is a team led by Daniel Alfredsson, Marian Hossa, Radek Bonk, and Martin Havlat - all Euros - Canada's Team?


The same way the Blue Jays were "Canada's Team" when they won the Series in '92 and '93. :)
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#8 Posted on 31.12.03 2046.00
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    Originally posted by Socks
    Lady's and Gents....Please welcome back YOUR Ottawa Senators!!!

    7 games unbeaten, and they look like the team of old.

    2004 will be a good year for "Canada's Team"!




I'm real interested in what happens tomorrow. There's this little team on Long Island that's been knocking off a bunch of top teams recently (Philly, New Jersey, and Toronto in one week!), and also Pittsburgh. Ok, that last part isn't so relevant, but it did happen today.
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#9 Posted on 2.1.04 0007.43
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    Originally posted by Dagent913
      Originally posted by Socks
      Lady's and Gents....Please welcome back YOUR Ottawa Senators!!!

      7 games unbeaten, and they look like the team of old.

      2004 will be a good year for "Canada's Team"!




    I'm real interested in what happens tomorrow. There's this little team on Long Island that's been knocking off a bunch of top teams recently (Philly, New Jersey, and Toronto in one week!), and also Pittsburgh. Ok, that last part isn't so relevant, but it did happen today.


Oh...but it didn't happen last night versus the Sens.

8 Games unbeaten and counting...

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#10 Posted on 2.1.04 1836.06
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    Originally posted by BigVitoMark
    How exactly is a team led by Daniel Alfredsson, Marian Hossa, Radek Bonk, and Martin Havlat - all Euros - Canada's Team?


Simple. They've been looked upon as the top team based *IN* Canada for the last few years and headed into this season. Nobody cares who leads the team, so long as the Cup is brought back into Canada.

Plus, by that logic, and with the way today's NHL is shaped, no team is Canada's Team. Or, for that matter, America's Team.
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#11 Posted on 2.1.04 2248.25
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Agreed...that's why I don't buy the notion of "Canada's Team". You know which team is "Canada's Team? Team Canada. They're currently playing in the WJHC, and they'll be in the World Cup come September.

By the way, Socks...check the standings in your Ottawa Citizen tomorrow AM...who was that that's #1? :)
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#12 Posted on 2.1.04 2301.15
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    Originally posted by BigVitoMark
    Agreed...that's why I don't buy the notion of "Canada's Team". You know which team is "Canada's Team? Team Canada. They're currently playing in the WJHC, and they'll be in the World Cup come September.

    By the way, Socks...check the standings in your Ottawa Citizen tomorrow AM...who was that that's #1? :)


Oh, I know....but....What goes up must come down. And it should be about time for the Leafs to implode...any game now....

In the end...the Sens will be a top the standings...and that much closer to bringing the Cup back to Canada.

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#13 Posted on 2.1.04 2316.04
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    Simple. They've been looked upon as the top team based *IN* Canada for the last few years and headed into this season. Nobody cares who leads the team, so long as the Cup is brought back into Canada.


Correction, Ottawa was the top team in Canada LAST YEAR and last year only. The previous three seasons saw them get their tails kicked by the Leafs in the playoffs.

Also, Vancouver might have something to say about this.
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#14 Posted on 3.1.04 1227.49
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    Originally posted by Socks
      Originally posted by BigVitoMark
      Agreed...that's why I don't buy the notion of "Canada's Team". You know which team is "Canada's Team? Team Canada. They're currently playing in the WJHC, and they'll be in the World Cup come September.

      By the way, Socks...check the standings in your Ottawa Citizen tomorrow AM...who was that that's #1? :)


    Oh, I know....but....What goes up must come down. And it should be about time for the Leafs to implode...any game now....

    In the end...the Sens will be a top the standings...and that much closer to bringing the Cup back to Canada.




I agree with you in part...the Leafs are about ready to implode. Their little streak was over, I'm sure it was just enough to get their idiot fans all worked up about how this is the year, but have no fear...they're the same group of over-the-hill B-level scrubs they were last year. Oh, sorry, and Joe Nieuwendyk, who I guess is supposed to be the difference.

The Sens, though...well, they're also the same team that couldn't get it done last year...or the year before...or the year before that. They peaked a year ago and I must say, for the money they spend and the guys that they've got, they made one hell of a run at it. No team based in Canada is going to win a Stanley Cup in the NHL as it exists today, and that suits me just fine.
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