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    Quote Originally Posted by electric_viking View Post
    ok, it's gut check time for our hockey heros. lets hope we have a good game and get back on track. Luongo better stand on his head and give the rest of the team their confidence back.
    There is no lack of confidence. That's one of the problems. Too much confidence, too old and too slow. Too many ommissions of good players from the roster.

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    hip hip hooray! 1-0

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6ffightr9 View Post
    There is no lack of confidence. That's one of the problems. Too much confidence, too old and too slow. Too many ommissions of good players from the roster.
    I agree with you regarding too many old players. And maybe it is over confidence that has been their nemesis. That loss to the US probably did bring them down to earth a little. Babcock is still juggling lines though trying to find the right combination of players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by electric_viking View Post
    I agree with you regarding too many old players. And maybe it is over confidence that has been their nemesis. That loss to the US probably did bring them down to earth a little. Babcock is still juggling lines though trying to find the right combination of players.
    They've improved on getting a guy in front of the net at least.

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    Good evening Qbee's its time to watch Canada win tonight !!
    Im just glad to be home again,a long day for me but now time to fill the
    jacuzzi and relax and of course get out the flannels!
    Thanks for the winning words today everyone and congrats to Virrys

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    FWIW, the average age of Team Canada is 27.5 years. Team USA is 26.6 years. Not a huge difference, IMHO.

    I also suspect that if you offered Brian Burke the chance to have Patrick Marleau (30), Brenden Morrow (31), Martin Brodeur (37), Roberto Luongo (30), Scott Niedermayer (36), Chris Pronger (35), Dan Boyle (33) and Jarome Iginla (32) on his Team USA roster, he'd have a pretty hard time turning you down, expecially since so many of them have played for him at some time in the past.
    Last edited by FlyGuy123; Tue, Feb 23rd, 2010 at 09:09 PM.
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    A poem of hockey wishes for our hockey playing men,
    Do not let your opponents outscore you again,
    All of Canada is routing for you,
    & scoring goals is all you have to do,
    The Gold Medal is waiting boys; itís within your reach,
    You can make it real & make life a peach,
    Sticks on the ice & shots on goal,
    Keep every play under your control,
    Cover your man & keep your stick on the ice,
    & that quite simply, is my hockey advice.



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    Quote Originally Posted by shaman2263 View Post
    I have returned to the scene of the crime.

    This was the thread I posted in for the first time so it seems only right that I post here on my
    50,000!!

    Wow, congrats dude. So that means, since you've been an SC member, you've had something to say 50,000 times. Hey, at least you're not shy.

    P.S I find it funny that you actually blocked out someones face from your pic with the Q gang. Good on ya dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyLoocie View Post
    A poem of hockey wishes for our hockey playing men,
    Do not let your opponents outscore you again,
    All of Canada is routing for you,
    & scoring goals is all you have to do,
    The Gold Medal is waiting boys; itís within your reach,
    You can make it real & make life a peach,
    Sticks on the ice & shots on goal,
    Keep every play under your control,
    Cover your man & keep your stick on the ice,
    & that quite simply, is my hockey advice.


    Once again Loocie, your words are perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyGuy123 View Post
    FWIW, the average age of Team Canada is 27.5 years. Team USA is 26.6 years. Not a huge difference, IMHO.
    This may be true, but Pronger has looked awful and until tonight, Neidermeyer wasn't much better. He seems to be playing the puck much better in this game. And, god bless Brodeur and his amazing accomplishments over the years but he's getting up there too and he made some suspect plays in the loss to the US team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    anybody out there know anything about flat screen tv's ( WHAT KIND TO BUY PLASMA OR LCD)
    its all about preference ]. google it, and you will see what is good or not good.
    LCD is most likely your best bet because they last longer. panasonic make the best plasma.
    DO your research.
    Anything else you need to know?
    Last edited by divotman; Tue, Feb 23rd, 2010 at 09:26 PM.

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    Saw this on a commercial break
    Some funny stuff
    The only question I cannot answer... why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by divotman View Post
    its all about preference ]. google it, and you will see what is good or not good.
    LCD is most likely your best bet because they last longer. panasonic make the best plasma.
    DO your research.
    Anything else you need to know?
    thanks i'll check it out

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    how's that for a hard shot? shea weber is amazing. 2-0 Canada!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyGuy123 View Post
    FWIW, the average age of Team Canada is 27.5 years. Team USA is 26.6 years. Not a huge difference, IMHO.

    I also suspect that if you offered Brian Burke the chance to have Patrick Marleau (30), Brenden Morrow (31), Martin Brodeur (37), Roberto Luongo (30), Scott Niedermayer (36), Chris Pronger (35), Dan Boyle (33) and Jarome Iginla (32) on his Team USA roster, he'd have a pretty hard time turning you down, expecially since so many of them have played for him at some time in the past.
    One year in the NHL is a lot. Burke and Wilson never would have taken Luongo or Brodeur And where is Stamkos? OK, maybe they would have taken Brodeur
    Last edited by 6ffightr9; Tue, Feb 23rd, 2010 at 09:30 PM.

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