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dunkndollaz Banger Back to Back Survivor Since: 3.1.02 From: Northern NJ Since last post: 9 days Last activity: 2 days # 1 Posted on 30.6.04 0715.56 | Instant Rating: 6.58 Good Riddance (nypost.com) Yet another former all-star who came to the Elephant's Graveyard of 50 Goal Scorers to cash his checks and underperform. I would have taken a left handed Koho and a bag of used practice pucks for him last year. If he is smart, he will take is 8-time concussed squishy head and retire. Folk singers are always liberal pansies, but not me.....I sing for my fellow conservatives...care to hear "Shoot the Hippie out of the Redwood Tree" ? Promote this thread!
JayJayDean Scrapple Since: 2.1.02 From: Seattle, WA Since last post: 692 days Last activity: 270 days
AIM: # 2 Posted on 30.6.04 1054.27 | Instant Rating: 6.91
I thought he played decently enough considering the giant fork sticking out from under his jersey... “To get ass, you’ve got to bring ass." -- Roy Jones Jr. "Your input has been noted. -- Guru Zim I hope you don't take it personally if I disregard it." "Speak English or face admin retribution." -- CRZ
Freeway Scrapple Since: 3.1.02 From: Calgary Since last post: 1456 days Last activity: 1144 days # 3 Posted on 30.6.04 1448.38 | Instant Rating: 6.24 Eric Lindros' career stats: 92-93: Flyers; 41 Goals/75 Points 93-94: Flyers; 44 Goals/97 Points 94-95: Flyers; 29 Goals/70 Points 95-96: Flyers; 47 Goals/115 Points 96-97: Flyers; 32 Goals/79 Points 97-98: Flyers; 30 Goals/71 Points 98-99: Flyers; 40 Goals/93 Points 99-00: Flyers; 27 Goals/59 Points 00-01: Didn't Play 01-02: Rangers; 37 Goals/73 Points 02-03: Rangers; 19 Goals/53 Points 03-04: Rangers; 10 Goals/32 Points According to the NHLPA, he made $3.3 Million last year. Let's compare him with, say, Theoren Fleury (another quality player whose numbers went south in Manhattan): 88-89: Flames; 14 Goals/34 Points 89-90: Flames; 31 Goals/66 Points 90-91: Flames; 51 Goals/104 Points 91-92: Flames; 33 Goals/73 Points 92-93: Flames; 34 Goals/100 Points 93-94: Flames; 40 Goals/85 Points 94-95: Flames; 29 Goals/58 Points 95-96: Flames; 46 Goals/96 Points 96-97: Flames; 29 Goals/67 Points 97-98: Flames; 27 Goals/78 Points 98-99: Flames/Avalanche; 40 Goals/93 Points 99-00: Rangers; 15 Goals/64 Points 00-01: Rangers; 30 Goals/74 Points 01-02: Rangers; 24 Goals/63 Points 02-03: Blackhawks; 12 Goals/33 Points Word is that New York is just too nuts to be a good hockey market, especially since anything players want is readily available...including drugs (FLEURY). CALGARY FLAMES: Your 2004 Western Conference Champions DVDs I Own
Peter The Hegemon Lap cheong Since: 11.2.03 From: Hackettstown, NJ Since last post: 39 days Last activity: 23 hours # 4 Posted on 2.7.04 1729.47 | Instant Rating: 6.07
The Rangers never should have even thought about making that trade in the first place. I said so when they did it, too: "Why? Because even if Lindros does play that well for the next two years, the Rangers still aren't going anywhere. If this was a playoff team as currently constituted, and adding one more big gun might bring in a Cup, things would be very different. But the Rangers simply aren't close."
Well, at least one team had success in MSG this season. I'm happy to see a Rangers win, especially over one of these lousy southern-based clubs in cities that don't give a crap about hockey.
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