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dunkndollaz Banger Back to Back Survivor Since: 3.1.02 From: Northern NJ Since last post: 2 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: 125 days Last activity: 3 days
Y!: # 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: 889 days Last activity: 577 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: 7 hours Last activity: 7 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."
Could be worse... if Alaska keeps winning, they could potentially face Louisiana in the conference finals and Florida in the Kelly Cup finals. Not exactly natural rivalries.
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