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  1. Olli Juolevi | D

    No, I don't think they have any one Dman capable of doing that. But as I said, I expect it to be done by committee. I could see Hughes taking Eddie's PP time, and OJ taking his PK time for example. It's not really necessary for one player to do it all.
  2. Olli Juolevi | D

    That sounds a bit like the idea that they have nobody to replace the twins 105 points. I expect both OJ and Hughes on the team next year, and if Eddie is not back, I expect his ice time to be divvied up among whatever Dmen are playing. If Eddie is not there next year, I don't expect any one Dman to be playing 25 minutes per game.
  3. Olli Juolevi | D

    As do shorthanded goals for, iirc.
  4. Olli Juolevi | D

    What a foolish thing to say. Do you have any information that indicates this, or are you just saying it because he is a Canuck property?
  5. Calgary sportsnet host pokes fun at EP concussion

    Matt T83 for one, with Googlie backing him up. In one of the other threads on this topic. Might be hard to find Matt's original post as it seems to have been removed, maybe because he started it with something like "The mods are morons..."
  6. Matheson hit on Pettersson

    Yeah, I'm expecting a reprimand and a $500 fine.
  7. Calgary sportsnet host pokes fun at EP concussion

    I don't know which is more repulsive - this media clown who thinks a dirty play that causes a concussion to this year's Calder favourite is funny, or the various "fans" on CDC who are ignoring the body slam that caused the injury and yammering on about how hits are part of the game, and this was EP's fault for not protecting himself. No actually, I do know - the "fans" who claim that there was no problem with what Matheson did are the most repulsive. I think those "fans" should stick with watching MMA.
  8. Matheson hit on Pettersson

    You go to great lengths to blame the victim here. Apparently in your mind it was EP's fault that a sleazy POS chose to pick him up and body slam him to the ice. Thanks for sharing that with us.
  9. Jay Beagle | #83 | C

    Well, that would be the silver lining, we should get to see Gaudette play.
  10. Maybe EP publicly stated that he weighed 160, but secretly told the Canucks brass that he was up to 170, was feeling stronger every day and wanted to play in Vancouver? Lol
  11. Jake Virtanen still doesn't realize how strong he is

    No, even up. Right now EP needs to get another 53 points in the next 78 games. As long as he doesn't lose any significant amount of time from injuries, I don't really see a problem; I have a lot of confidence in him. But the way Jake is going right now, I should have put some money on his production this year. I think he should be good for at least 15 goals and 30 points, either one of which my friend would have bet against, but probably wouldn't now.
  12. Jake Virtanen still doesn't realize how strong he is

    It's a bet with a friend. Brock only needs to score 20 goals this year for me to win, which sounds like a gimme, but I ended up giving my friend 4 to 1 odds to get him to put his money where his mouth was. I was starting to feel a bit nervous after the first few games, but not so much now. I also bet (even odds) that EP will score at least 60 points this year, which looks like a pretty good bet at this point.
  13. Jake Virtanen still doesn't realize how strong he is

    Yes, that whole sequence was gold, from beginning to end. Starting with seeing him look like Superman, with a (big) checker bouncing right off him, and ending with Stamkos falling back against the boards with a look of outrage and bewilderment on his face. I rewatched it even more often than Brock's goal, even though I have money riding on Brock's goal production this year.
  14. Jake Virtanen still doesn't realize how strong he is

    Yes. Also, something the posters who like to crap all over Jake don't want to acknowledge: when Jake scored his goal, he read the play well, anticipated where the pass was going to go, intercepted it and was off to the races. That took hockey IQ, regardless of whether or not the haters are willing to admit it.
  15. Jake Virtanen still doesn't realize how strong he is

    I guess that would explain the consistent (lack of) quality in your posts.