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4 minutes ago, Chester™ said:

 

What?

 

Pens 2003-2004 season:  58 points - last in the league.

Pens 2005-2006 season:  58 points - almost; Blues: 57 points.

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Chester™
15 minutes ago, Cory McNamara said:

 

Pens 2003-2004 season:  58 points - last in the league.

Pens 2005-2006 season:  58 points - almost; Blues: 57 points.

 

That is possibly the worst chirp I've ever seen on here.

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Gershwin
14 hours ago, Cory McNamara said:

 

Oh... how about the golden generation 2003 - 2004 and 2005 - 2006? "Unstoppables" - even lockout didn't stop them :qqb006:

 

 

But who is responsible for this:

 

 

 

I don't think anyone was responsible. Pavelski fell awkwardly.

 

The refs clearly punished the outcome, not the play on the ice.

 

The play itself was a 2-minute cross checking penalty at most, but you see those little two-handed thrusts from defencemen about 50 times every game and they go unpunished.

 

The Sharks have been pretty fortunate in the playoffs as they were almost certainly heading out and now they've benefitted from another shan call in OT. Unfortunately I might have to get right behind them in the finals :lol: 

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Cory McNamara

I want to say few things about Flyers and Canes legend - Rod

Brind'Amour; in his first season he made a deep and interesting run in a postseason. Carolina has a good record against the best teams in the league, so it's not a surprise how far they've gone. Fast and persistent team with a character.

Great work. What the future holds for them?

 

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What will Craig Berube show? He did a great job with Blues - from last to highest. Interesting team too, solid defence and deep roster.

 

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33 minutes ago, Gershwin said:

 

I don't think anyone was responsible. Pavelski fell awkwardly.

 

The refs clearly punished the outcome, not the play on the ice.

 

The play itself was a 2-minute cross checking penalty at most, but you see those little two-handed thrusts from defencemen about 50 times every game and they go unpunished.

 

The Sharks have been pretty fortunate in the playoffs as they were almost certainly heading out and now they've benefitted from another shan call in OT. Unfortunately I might have to get right behind them in the finals :lol: 

 

I think #26 made it intentionally - too much force (even a vertical one), guy without a puck more than 2-3 seconds + blood.

 

Sharks are leaders if we talk about numbers: 5 players with 20 or 15 points, we forgot about Karlsson (not the one on the roof) and his activity during attacks and Burns.

Strong team.

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Gershwin
1 hour ago, Cory McNamara said:

I want to say few things about Flyers and Canes legend - Rod

Brind'Amour; in his first season he made a deep and interesting run in a postseason. Carolina has a good record against the best teams in the league, so it's not a surprise how far they've gone. Fast and persistent team with a character.

Great work. What the future holds for them?

 

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What will Craig Berube show? He did a great job with Blues - from last to highest. Interesting team too, solid defence and deep roster.

 

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I think #26 made it intentionally - too much force (even a vertical one), guy without a puck more than 2-3 seconds + blood.

 

Sharks are leaders if we talk about numbers: 5 players with 20 or 15 points, we forgot about Karlsson (not the one on the roof) and his activity during attacks and Burns.

Strong team.

 

Hmm, not sure Stasny did much wrong. The refs only made the call because they saw blood pouring from his helmet.

 

I agree the sharks are strong. The only real weakness they have is Martin Jones in net. 

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Cory McNamara

I want to remember this comedy gold moment too:

 

Boston Bruins players fight with fans.

 

 

 

 

1 hour ago, Gershwin said:

 

Hmm, not sure Stasny did much wrong. The refs only made the call because they saw blood pouring from his helmet.

 

I agree the sharks are strong. The only real weakness they have is Martin Jones in net. 

 

They punished the wrong guy anyway.

 

Speaking about goaltenders and Boston - Tuukka Rask looks like a spiritual reincarnation of Tim Thomas right now:

 

Rask: goals against average 1.84, shutouts 2, save percentage 94%.

Thomas (2011): GAA 1.98, SO 4, SV 94%.

 

That's a big factor for Boston.

 

 

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Gershwin
1 hour ago, Cory McNamara said:

I want to remember this comedy gold moment too:

 

Boston Bruins players fight with fans.

 

 

 

 

 

They punished the wrong guy anyway.

 

Speaking about goaltenders and Boston - Tuukka Rask looks like a spiritual reincarnation of Tim Thomas right now:

 

Rask: goals against average 1.84, shutouts 2, save percentage 94%.

Thomas (2011): GAA 1.98, SO 4, SV 94%.

 

That's a big factor for Boston.

 

 

 

That's what I'm scared of. :look: 

 

Rask is playing lights out, every night now. 

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Cory McNamara
4 hours ago, Gershwin said:

 

That's what I'm scared of. :look: 

 

Rask is playing lights out, every night now. 

 

Look how many chances our teams had against mighty Tim, that's amazing:

 

 

Thomas plays, Rask takes notes.

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Gershwin
7 hours ago, Cory McNamara said:

 

Look how many chances our teams had against mighty Tim, that's amazing:

 

 

Thomas plays, Rask takes notes.

 

Tea Party Tim can **** off tbh. 

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Gershwin

 

:lol: 

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Cory McNamara

Absolutely terrible home game for Sharks. They looked tired and uninspired.

Karlsson mistake, goalie mistake, penalty shot - and they were done.

Schwartz has a hat trick and one baseball cap as a present.

Craig is moving forward, one step closer.

3:2 in the series.

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Gershwin
14 hours ago, Cory McNamara said:

Absolutely terrible home game for Sharks. They looked tired and uninspired.

Karlsson mistake, goalie mistake, penalty shot - and they were done.

Schwartz has a hat trick and one baseball cap as a present.

Craig is moving forward, one step closer.

3:2 in the series.

 

Yeah, they look done. Karlsson can barely move and Pavelski's looked pretty beaten up when Pietrangelo put him in to the boards.

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Cory McNamara
4 hours ago, Gershwin said:

 

Yeah, they look done. Karlsson can barely move and Pavelski's looked pretty beaten up when Pietrangelo put him in to the boards.

 

Pavelski got hit in the head again. Karlsson has problems in the leg. Hertl is out. Should find a balance. Harsh times for them.

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Chester™

#TeamBarclay

 

#DoitForBarclay

 

:jjyay:

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Cory McNamara

So, St. Louis Blues vs Boston Bruins; who would have thought.

First final for Blues since 1970.

 

 

St. Louis Blues championship teams: -

 

Boston Bruins championship teams:

 

1928-1929

 

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1938-1939

 

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1940-1941

 

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1969-1970

 

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1971-1972

 

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2010-2011

 

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St. Louis Blues:

 

Stanley Cup Finals: 1968, 1969, 1970, 2019.

Conference Finals: 1968, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1986, 2001, 2016.

Playoff Appearances:  42

 

 

Boston Bruins:

 

Stanley Cup Finals (20):

1927, 1929, 1930, 1939, 1941, 1943, 1946, 1953, 1957, 1958,  1970, 1972, 1974, 1977, 1978, 1988, 1990, 2011, 2013, 2019.

 

Conference Finals (16):

1969, 1970, 1972, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2011, 2013, 2019.

 

Playoff Appearances: 72

 

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Cory McNamara

Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues dream teams:

 

St. Louis Blues

 

Brian Sutter LW (1976-1988)

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Bernie Federko C (1976-1989)

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Brett Hull RW (1987-1998)

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Chris Pronger D (1995-2004)

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Barclay Plager D (1967-1977)

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Curtis Joseph G (1989-1995)

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Boston Bruins

 

Johnny Bucyk LW (1957-1978)

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Phil Esposito C (1967-1976)

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Ken Hodge RW (1967-1976)

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Zdeno Chara D (2006 - )

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Bobby Orr D (1966-1976)

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Tim Thomas G (2002-2003, 2005-2012)

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Cory McNamara

Boston will take the cup in six matches.

 

Big factors for Boston: strong and experienced group of players, 5 Stanley Cup champions, deep roster, outstanding goalkeeper, lethal power play (34%). Zdeno Chara is healthy and ready to play. This team is complete, they are prepared for a new story.

 

Minuses: can't see any big ones.
Lack of concentration at some certain points of games (like in game five against Toronto). A lot depends on Bergeron, Marchand, Pastrnak, Rask and Chara, though there is nothing new in that. 

 

Big factors for St. Louis Blues: solid and confident defenders who are ready to face with any problems. Solid group of center forwards: O'Reilly, Schenn, Bozak. Though, I don't believe in Schenn as a first line center; maybe it's his golden moment and head coach Craig Berube knows him damn well since the Philadelphia Flyers days. Surely, they have a nice first line (good scoring ability, puck control) - no doubt in that.

 

Minuses: sometimes they seem too slow. Blues have big problems with fast and technically gifted forward lines - it was clear during the games with the Dallas Stars. At times Radulov RW, Benn LW and Hintz C did everything that they wanted with Blues in a attacking zone. They have scored a lot of points and in the end it could have been Dallas.

 

Schenn (24 games), O'Reilly (13) and Bozak (18) had a very limited amount of games in the playoffs before the current started.    
Will Schenn carry on? Does Schwartz have a few additional pucks in him?

 

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Posted (edited)

 

 

 

Ummmm?

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Konrad von Carstein

Mon the Blues...

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Cory McNamara

Absolutely crushing and lethal power play from Boston (4 out of 4).

Power play: 36%. Bruins first line has some problems at even strength (just one goal), but the same guys are so good during the power plays (5 points in one game). Players from 3d and 4th lines don't want to stop too (impressive 10 points).

 

St. Louis top centers (after 3 games): O'Reilly - two assists, Schenn - one assist and one goal, Bozak - two assists.

Schwartz - 2 assists, no goals. 

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Gershwin
6 hours ago, Cory McNamara said:

Absolutely crushing and lethal power play from Boston (4 out of 4).

Power play: 36%. Bruins first line has some problems at even strength (just one goal), but the same guys are so good during the power plays (5 points in one game). Players from 3d and 4th lines don't want to stop too (impressive 10 points).

 

St. Louis top centers (after 3 games): O'Reilly - two assists, Schenn - one assist and one goal, Bozak - two assists.

Schwartz - 2 assists, no goals. 

 

Watched the game last night - the bruins were on top in every department. Binnington was particularly bad though.

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Cory McNamara
16 hours ago, Gershwin said:

Binnington was particularly bad though.

 

Yeah, but the guys in front of him can't create something good. St. Louis concentrates too much on Boston first line; they shut it down at even strenght, but they can't stop the same guys during the power plays; players from 3d and 4th lines are on fire too - it's not a good sign for Blues.

 

Blues forwards are not productive enough. St. Louis: 5 wins at home and 6 defeats. Boston has 5 away wins in a row.

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Gershwin

Didn't see that win coming!

 

Injuring one of the Bruin's D seems to be the key to the win!

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Cory McNamara
6 hours ago, Gershwin said:

Didn't see that win coming!

Injuring one of the Bruin's D seems to be the key to the win!

 

It's Chara (puck hit). When will the Bruins first line score some points at even strength? That's the biggest question and problem right now.

 

Schenn: 1 goal, Tarasenko: 1 goal, O'Reilly: 2 goals - that's the only right answer from St. Louis.

 

Some important numbers:

 

Boston Bruins: power play 35% (1), penalty kill 87% (4), faceoff win percentage 53% (3).

 

St. Louis Blues: pp 17% (11), pk  74% (13), fow 49% (9).

 

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Cory McNamara

By the way, the last NHL players from the 90's, who are still in action:

 

 

Patrick Marleau (debut 1997-1998 San Jose)

 

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Roberto Luongo   (1999-2000 NY Islanders)

 

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Matt Cullen (1997-1998 Anaheim)

 

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Joe Thornton (1997-1998 Boston)

 

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Zdeno Chara (1997-1998 NY Islanders)

 

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Posted (edited)
10 hours ago, Cory McNamara said:

By the way, the last NHL players from the 90's, who are still in action:

 

 

Patrick Marleau (debut 1997-1998 San Jose)

 

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Roberto Luongo   (1999-2000 NY Islanders)

 

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Matt Cullen (1997-1998 Anaheim)

 

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Joe Thornton (1997-1998 Boston)

 

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Zdeno Chara (1997-1998 NY Islanders)

 

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Some cracking jerseys there (not the Boston ones though ?).

Edited by Gershwin

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Posted (edited)

St. Louis Blues vs Boston Bruins 2:1

 

This second goal (crucial) is illegal, there is nothing to talk about:

 

 

Ok, this was an average game with a lot of shots from distance and few sparks in attacking zones.

Zdeno is injured and it shows. Boston top forwards are quiet again; St. Louis first line doesn't exist (2-3 shots).

 

It seems like Craig Berube is the MVP of this series - his confidence is all over the place. He makes right decisions, that's why his team took game 4 and 5. Other than that, there is nothing to say about St. Louis - muddy defence with few good counterattacks. Sometimes defence is bad (like in game 3), sometimes top forwards are not good at all, sometimes the whole team doesn't work. Maybe next game will answer who are the real leaders on the ice.

 

Boston head coach has a lot to do. Team needs changes; Marchand, Bergeron have to score. They look lost, out of place.

 

Not the best game for both teams, it doesn't look like a final.

 

 

 

 

Edited by Cory McNamara

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On 07/06/2019 at 16:44, Cory McNamara said:

St. Louis Blues vs Boston Bruins 2:1

 

This second goal (crucial) is illegal, there is nothing to talk about:

 

 

Ok, this was an average game with a lot of shots from distance and few sparks in attacking zones.

Zdeno is injured and it shows. Boston top forwards are quiet again; St. Louis first line doesn't exist (2-3 shots).

 

It seems like Craig Berube is the MVP of this series - his confidence is all over the place. He makes right decisions, that's why his team took game 4 and 5. Other than that, there is nothing to say about St. Louis - muddy defence with few good counterattacks. Sometimes defence is bad (like in game 3), sometimes top forwards are not good at all, sometimes the whole team doesn't work. Maybe next game will answer who are the real leaders on the ice.

 

Boston head coach has a lot to do. Team needs changes; Marchand, Bergeron have to score. They look lost, out of place.

 

Not the best game for both teams, it doesn't look like a final.

 

 

 

 

 

I've felt that with a lot of the SC finals of late - teams are so beat up by the time they make it to the final, the games are a bit all over the place.

 

Annoyingly over in Sweden at the moment so it's going to be difficult to catch Game 7 tonight - hating these 8ET start times.

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Cory McNamara

Congrats to Craig Berube and St. Louis Blues, first Stanley Cup for the team. This is totally out of left field; these games were strange.

 

Key factors for Blues: Craig Berube and his actions & decisions, goalkeeper, outstanding counterattacks.

 

Again Boston top forwards without goals. We heard it all before. That was unexpected.

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4 hours ago, Cory McNamara said:

Congrats to Craig Berube and St. Louis Blues, first Stanley Cup for the team. This is totally out of left field; these games were strange.

 

Key factors for Blues: Craig Berube and his actions & decisions, goalkeeper, outstanding counterattacks.

 

Again Boston top forwards without goals. We heard it all before. That was unexpected.

 

Just caught the highlights. Binnington was something else in that game - almost deserved the conn smythe for this game alone :lol:

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Posted (edited)

 

 

 

 

:jjyay:

Edited by Chester™

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Posted (edited)
12 hours ago, Gershwin said:

 

Just caught the highlights. Binnington was something else in that game - almost deserved the conn smythe for this game alone :lol:

 

Boston should have scored 2 or 3 in the first period. Blues goals came out of nowhere. This was a top game for goalie, Boston had a lot of good

chances. That's why Marchand, Bergeron & Chara were so depressed after the final whistle. Had they scored during the first five - ten minutes the result would have been different.

 

 

On 12/06/2019 at 15:10, Gershwin said:

 

I've felt that with a lot of the SC finals of late - teams are so beat up by the time they make it to the final, the games are a bit all over the place.

 

I think the last great finals were in 2010 - with a lot of goals, moments, combinations and technically skilled and consistent players from both sides (Philadelphia & Chicago). Attractive attacking hockey.

 

St. Louis is another story - defensive-minded team, abrasive & spiky. I think Blues forwards are pretty much average ones, except O'Reilly and Tarasenko (both have wisdom and skills). They are strong as a team, mostly. This team like a system where everybody knows how to play and where to go in different situations (like Finland national team).

Boston depends on top forwards (their technicality, speed, thinking), when they score - everything is OK; when not - it's a tragedy.

 

And now I don't think that Blues defense is perfect - not at all, Boston demolished them twice (7:2, 5:1), while being far from home. Final game, first 5 - 10 minutes (moment after moment) - here you go again. Both teams are bad at home, this is something new for the National Hockey League.

 

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Cory McNamara

Life has so many twists.

 

Craig Berube (Washington 1993-1999, 2000-2001), Bruce Cassidy (Washington head coach 2002-2003).

 

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Rick Tocchet & Craig Berube

 

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jonesy

Enjoyed this one. Was unpredictable, controversial, and with some incredible goalkeeping in game 7.

 

Prefer hockey to football nowadays.

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Chester™

BARCLAY'S GOT ON THE PARADE!!!

 

 

:jjyay:

 

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:jjyay:

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:jjyay:

 

 

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Gershwin

Kessel traded to Coyotes for Galchenyuk. Reckon AG will do well on the PP in Pittsburgh. Not watched him in Arizona at all this year but Chester will be hoping he's not playing centre!

 

Looking like Zaitsev is getting traded to Ottawa for Codi Ceci too. Loving the Leafs Cap situation :lol: 

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Posted (edited)

Rather excited to see how the Habs' wee first round pick in the draft develops.

 

Loving how his 2018-19 goal highlights video on YouTube is 45 minutes long :jj: 

 

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Montreal just sent an offer sheet in for Aho :berra:

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Posted before but still:

 

 

 

:sob:

 

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Posted (edited)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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16 hours ago, Chester™ said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For cocaine,  a bit severe.

 

Should join the UFC.

 

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Posted (edited)
On 24/08/2019 at 05:59, ri Alban said:

For cocaine,  a bit severe.

 

Should join the UFC.

 

 

Is he banned from the NHL? Or just international tournaments? And was the ban based on that video that was circulating?

 

EDIT: JUST READ THE STORY

 

Didn't realise coke wasn't a banned substance in the NHL :lol:

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3 minutes ago, Gershwin said:

 

Is he banned from the NHL? Or just international tournaments? And was the ban based on that video that was circulating?

 

No

 

Yes

 

No

 

As detailed in the link, he failed a test during international competition.

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Cory McNamara

Dallas Stars this season:

 

Joe Pavelski, Corey Perry, Alexander Radulov, Jamie Benn, Roope Hintz, Tyler Seguin. Good goalkeepers and defenders. Now they have more than a solid first line.

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On 20/09/2019 at 18:10, Cory McNamara said:

Dallas Stars this season:

 

Joe Pavelski, Corey Perry, Alexander Radulov, Jamie Benn, Roope Hintz, Tyler Seguin. Good goalkeepers and defenders. Now they have more than a solid first line.

 

Perry is a bit of a punt, but they've made some decent moves. Pavelski is a great signing.

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3 hours ago, Gershwin said:

 

Perry is a bit of a punt, but they've made some decent moves. Pavelski is a great signing.

 

Aha, he had some health problems and all, but I think he has two-three solid seasons inside. Perry = Experience - World Cup of Hockey (gold), 2016 World Championship (gold), Stanley Cup, Olympic gold medals (2010 & 2014), 2005 World Junior Championship (gold) and Memorial Cup.

 

Benn - Seguin - Radulov

Hintz - Pavelski - Perry

 

Powerplay unit:

 

Benn - Pavelski - Radulov

Seguin - Klingberg

 

I can see a lot of goals here; and there too =>

 

Ok, and now our main rivals deserve a mention too:

 

NJ Devils second line right now:

Gusev - Hughes - Simmonds (a lot of potential here)

 

First: Hall - Hischier - Palmieri

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Cory McNamara

2019-2020 NHL alternate jerseys:

 

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Seems like Calgary & Buffalo are doing great.

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