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#1 Posted on 6.2.04 1232.53
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What a game...gotta be one of the best of the season so far. Kudos to the Senators for shitting the bed again, and showing why even after three years of good hockey, they still don't have the mental makeup to be true Cup contenders. Heck, they lost to the LEAFS, who don't have that mental game either.

Ottawa will never win a Cup with Patrick Lalime in net, you can take that to the bank.
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#2 Posted on 6.2.04 1243.59
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It doesn't really matter because neither of them will ever get past the Devils in the Playoffs unless they assasinate Brodeur.
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#3 Posted on 6.2.04 1336.47
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I love seeing the Sens fall to the Leafs. I have some friends in Ottawa, and their inferiority complex as it pertains to Toronto is astounding. In the end, all thta matters is that Leafs fans fill their rink. Sens fans can't even be bothered.
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#4 Posted on 6.2.04 2125.23
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I have some friends in Ottawa, and their inferiority complex as it pertains to Toronto is astounding.

YOU'RE KIDDING!!!!

I friggin' hate hockey fans in this city. The arrogance about the team is frighting, based on the fact they've done jack squat.

I wish they'd stand back and take a realistic picture:

Win lots in the regular season. Choke in the playoffs. Rince, repeat.

At least MY team's fans (Carolina) are fully aware my team sucks. :-)
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#5 Posted on 6.2.04 2146.04
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    Originally posted by Big Bad
    What a game...gotta be one of the best of the season so far. Kudos to the Senators for shitting the bed again, and showing why even after three years of good hockey, they still don't have the mental makeup to be true Cup contenders. Heck, they lost to the LEAFS, who don't have that mental game either.

    Ottawa will never win a Cup with Patrick Lalime in net, you can take that to the bank.


Shitting the bed? They were shitting there pants....due to the FLU. Typical Leaf fans.

Take a look at the highlights, and look at the Sens bench. Count them....at one point there were 6 players on the bench...the rest were in the back pukin'.

No excuse to blow a 4 goal lead, but nothing a Leaf fan can be proud off. Beating a line up....destroyed by the flu, with seven regulars out of the line up..Hell even CAROLINA could have beaten the Sens last night..
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#6 Posted on 6.2.04 2212.03
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When the Leafs had half their team injured for the 7-1 loss to Ottawa last month, all I heard was "Ha ha, we beat you 7-1, you suck!" from Sens fans. Turnabout is fair play.

Besides, I don't care if your team has mad cow disease....if you're up 4-0 in hockey, you don't lose.
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#7 Posted on 7.2.04 0841.59
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I'm sure we've all gone through that strain of the flu when we're sprinting to the toilet for it to exit either end of our body...if you haven't, I certainly don't wish it on you. And I actually felt bad for the Senators.

I think the toll the flu took on the team had a whole lot to do with the comeback by the Leafs. Also, the Sens tend to have the Leafs on the brain, so once a goal or two was scored, there seemed to be a feeling of inevitability that the game would at least be tied. That being said, though, Lalime did let in at least two crappy goals when he should have been stepping it up a bit more.

I was more impressed with the Leaf victory 5-1 last weekend.

Also, the injury suffered by Hossa was scary-seeing him sprawl down the ice with a trail of blood streaming from his face. Good thing it wasn't too serious. I wonder if he thought about Bryan Berard that night.
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#8 Posted on 7.2.04 1153.04
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This game reminded me of a ProLine sports lottery commercial, the bad thing is I picked Ottawa to win and the other two teams on my ticket won. So I lost $35 because of this game.

Before all the Ottawa sympathy the Leafs were playing without their #1 Goalie Belfour, Nieuwendyk and Mogilny. Add to that Owen Nolan was playing with the flu as well.
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#9 Posted on 7.2.04 1258.30
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You're right, that game is a Pro Line commercial come to life! I'm surprised I didn't recognize it before.

When it comes to the Eastern Conference and the rest of the season, it's certainly going to interesting how the playoffs shape up.
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#10 Posted on 7.2.04 1549.44
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    Originally posted by Net Hack Slasher
    This game reminded me of a ProLine sports lottery commercial, the bad thing is I picked Ottawa to win and the other two teams on my ticket won. So I lost $35 because of this game.

    Before all the Ottawa sympathy the Leafs were playing without their #1 Goalie Belfour, Nieuwendyk and Mogilny. Add to that Owen Nolan was playing with the flu as well.


Since we are naming players that were out...

Spezza
Chara
Redden
Fisher
Volchenkov
Rachunek
Hossa
Varada
Vermette

That is almost an entire All Star team right there..In the end...the Leafs will still be dreaming about 1967
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#11 Posted on 7.2.04 1728.58
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That was brutal loss for the Sens. My inbox was filled with box scores and smack from the many Leaf lovers back in Halifax.

Is Lalime the problem? Has the team lost confidence in him? Are Prusek or Emery the answer in nets?

Go Sens Go
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#12 Posted on 7.2.04 1943.09
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Socks: In what circle of hell would Vaclav Varada be on an all-star team? You forgot to include Hossa, who left three minutes into the game.

In the great Leafs-Sens debate, we shouldn't ignore that Boston has overtaken Ottawa and are on quite a run right now. There's a good chance that first in the Northeast Division won't be in Ontario after all is said and done.

And it certainly seems like confidence has been lost in Lalime, both from his teammates and himself. I'm sure Kolzig is available, if not others. Prusek seems to have the right stuff, though.
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