glenhall

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  1. I don't disagree with you Yoop, but in a championship game, both teams are generally playing at their best and goals are very hard to come by. No doubt the 5 on 3 could have been a turning point. In my opinion though, Pollock assumed the puck was wrapped up by Murray and blew the whistle much too quickly. He was much more deliberate on other goal mouth plays. In the end, it doesn't matter. edit: I guess we might learn tomorrow what the pending big deals are that SB has up his sleeve.
  2. Very competitive game tonight, Kevin Pollock's inexcusable quick whistle cost the Predator's the game, imho.
  3. Now that's better. A couple of quick ones to get control.
  4. Well, here's to more Hawk joys before the old girl's demise.
  5. Typos like that make me think of one of Samuel Clements many memorable quotes. "Figures don't lie, but liars figure." By the way, aren't computers manufactured in your neck of the world? Sounds like it might be time for a new one. :-) edit: or "lies, damn lies and statistics."
  6. Pittsburgh has a pretty good farm system. Last year Sheary and Rust were the surprises. This season Guentzal. I think your stat might be a typo though. 8.25 ppg in 4 games?
  7. Jake Guentzal, a previously unknown player to me, has become quite recognizable. Bad omen for Nashville. Let's see if they can respond.
  8. that was quick. Smart shot by Rust, nice follow up by Guentzel. Rats.
  9. interpretation of gti sure differs from year to year and series to series.
  10. must have been a vacuum cleaner in goal to suck that puck in like that.
  11. a little flukey in that regard. Good to see that it hasn't seemed to bother him.
  12. Great patience by Aberg. Nicely done.
  13. oh no. 3-0 now. or 2 - 2 if counting the team of the player scoring.
  14. And now 2-0, Pens