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    Okay BJ...what's the call? They don't get much bigger than this one do they? I really didn't want Calgary to win but the more I watch the more I think they're destined. They get every bounce, break, call in the book. It's gross really...but what are you gonna do? :o

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    'Ning looked good tonight, but were hanging on for dear life there towards the end.


    Watching both teams makes me realize just how old the Wings really are.

    This is a great series.

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    It is a fantastic series, both teams are full of young, fast, exciting players. However, the refs really need to get a hold of all the boarding incidents. If they don't start calling them, someone is going to get hurt, and badly.

    Finally called one at the end of the game.

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    Khabibulin was fantastic, and his defense played well dispite the loss of Kubina and Feditenko.

    Iginla is a great player, but a real baby when things don't go his way.

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    Lightning in 6.

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    Two younger teams -nice and feisty series-good for real hockey fans to enjoy. I honestly would not mind either team winning-

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    Originally posted by BucJeff@Jun 1 2004, 07:09 AM
    Khabibulin was fantastic, and his defense played well dispite the loss of Kubina and Feditenko.

    Iginla is a great player, but a real baby when things don't go his way.
    Give us Ruslan Fedetenko back! You Lightning are a bunch of thieves!!!

    I cannot wait til the Finals are over. It hurts to watch two teams.....neither of which is ORANGE OR BLACK!!!! Boo hoo. :[img]http://www.jetsinsider.com/forums/html/emoticons/mad.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='mad.gif'>

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    Originally posted by Gang Green Girl+Jun 1 2004, 11:38 AM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Gang Green Girl @ Jun 1 2004, 11:38 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin--BucJeff@Jun 1 2004, 07:09 AM
    Khabibulin was fantastic, and his defense played well dispite the loss of Kubina and Feditenko.

    Iginla is a great player, but a real baby when things don&#39;t go his way.
    Give us Ruslan Fedetenko back&#33; You Lightning are a bunch of thieves&#33;&#33;&#33;

    I cannot wait til the Finals are over. It hurts to watch two teams.....neither of which is ORANGE OR BLACK&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33; Boo hoo. :&#60;&#33;--emo&Angry:--&#62;&#60;&#33;--endemo--&#62; [/b][/quote]
    Are you kidding? Did you see Fedetenko&#39;s cheek? There&#39;s orange and black and purple and blue and red and.... LOL&#33;

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    Originally posted by Shadetree@Jun 1 2004, 08:12 AM
    Lightning in 6.
    If someone wins this thing in six, it won&#39;t be Tampa... B)

    The Bolts NEED to win the next one. If they don&#39;t, it&#39;s over in Calgary but if they do and even lose in Calgary, I don&#39;t think Calgary has a chance of beating them in a game seven. I know, I know...going out on a real limb here....

    There&#39;s no question who the better team is, okay, more skilled team is but all this Flamer team needs is a lead and with all the holding they do, it&#39;s almost impossible to come back. You guys (and gal.. ) should read the crying the Flamer&#39;s fans are doing. They think that two mnan advantage cost them the game. Someone should tell these idiots that you don&#39;t have much of a chance of winning with ZERO goals.

    Who said canadians know their hockey? :ph34r:

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    CJ, watching the last 2 games, I couldn&#39;t help but think 2 things:

    1) This Flames teams is like the last 2 Stanley Cup losers: Good defense; boring; hot-goalie comes out of nowhere; one season wonder.

    2) I would&#39;ve much rather seen Brian Burke&#39;s skilled Canucks match up with the &#39;Ning. That would&#39;ve been great to watch--Naslund, Bertuzzi, Ohlund, Sedin&#39;s, ect......These Flames may win games and hold on, but they stink to watch. Give me a Vancouver or Colorado anyday----Did the Bertuzzi situation cost the Canucks?


    Back in October of 2000, the Mets were playing the Yanks in the World Series. Because of that, I was able to land some prime seats at the Garden for a Rangers-&#39;Ning game. I couldn&#39;t believe, that night (famous Piazza/ Clemens Sunday night), how talented Tampa&#39;s young players were: LeCavalier, Richards, Modin, Mara (traded), St. Louis; Kubina, ect.

    2 Things I thought the Ning had to do they did: One, they got some veteran talent. NO YOUNG teams can win without veterans--Brian Burke rule......Secondly, the &#39;Ning got rid of Kevin Weeks. To me, he looked like a typical NHL backup, not a primetimer.

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    It&#39;s official.

    Flames forward Ville Nieminen will receive a one-game suspension for his hit from behind on Vincent Lecavalier during Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals.

    Let&#39;s be honest, If it had been Roy on Iginla, Calgary fans would have been screaming for a suspension. Lightning fans were only hoping for one.

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    He definitely had the suspension coming. Flames fans have no reason to complain, considering the Fedetenko fiasco........His 5 minute penalty definitely put the Flames in a real tough spot as the last game wound down, despite their short-handed prowess.

    A team that has has thrived on defense in the playoffs, will miss a "shut-down" left-winger like Nemminen. No doubt.

    I&#39;m hoping the &#39;Ning will have Fedetenko and Kubina tonight.

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    Originally posted by Riggins44@Jun 2 2004, 01:09 PM
    He definitely had the suspension coming. Flames fans have no reason to complain, considering the Fedetenko fiasco........His 5 minute penalty definitely put the Flames in a real tough spot as the last game wound down, despite their short-handed prowess.

    A team that has has thrived on defense in the playoffs, will miss a "shut-down" left-winger like Nemminen. No doubt.

    I&#39;m hoping the &#39;Ning will have Fedetenko and Kubina tonight.
    Game 5 is tomorrow night. Not sure about those two guys status, but I here it&#39;s not good.

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    Originally posted by Riggins44@Jun 2 2004, 12:27 PM
    CJ, watching the last 2 games, I couldn&#39;t help but think 2 things:

    1) This Flames teams is like the last 2 Stanley Cup losers: Good defense; boring; hot-goalie comes out of nowhere; one season wonder.

    2) I would&#39;ve much rather seen Brian Burke&#39;s skilled Canucks match up with the &#39;Ning. That would&#39;ve been great to watch--Naslund, Bertuzzi, Ohlund, Sedin&#39;s, ect......These Flames may win games and hold on, but they stink to watch. Give me a Vancouver or Colorado anyday----Did the Bertuzzi situation cost the Canucks?


    Back in October of 2000, the Mets were playing the Yanks in the World Series. Because of that, I was able to land some prime seats at the Garden for a Rangers-&#39;Ning game. I couldn&#39;t believe, that night (famous Piazza/ Clemens Sunday night), how talented Tampa&#39;s young players were: LeCavalier, Richards, Modin, Mara (traded), St. Louis; Kubina, ect.

    2 Things I thought the Ning had to do they did: One, they got some veteran talent. NO YOUNG teams can win without veterans--Brian Burke rule......Secondly, the &#39;Ning got rid of Kevin Weeks. To me, he looked like a typical NHL backup, not a primetimer.
    Rigs,
    I think they&#39;re a little better than those two teams but I certainly don&#39;t think they belong there. The canucks would have matched up well but Bertuzzi took care of that on his own.

    I agree, Calgary stinks to watch and what infuriates me is how their fans talk about how good they are. "Hey ****stains, you haven&#39;t won a playoff series since the eighties until now. Get over yourselves&#33;"

    I hope Tampa wins. I have been hoping Calgary losses each series so BJ, get &#39;em rollin&#39; will ya?

    It&#39;s funny, some media types are comparing the Flames to the Broad Street Bullies up here&#33; Funny stuff...

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    BTW, Niemenen&#39;s a giant chicken sh*t, c**t. <_<

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