Sep 23, 2014

Die broons Die ! ~ pre-season Preview and Open Thread

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62 comments:

  1. Congrats on the lucky number 13 retirement AC!!!

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  2. Classic medioticy (regurgitated all over the web) from CotU's swhynno "Kadri, Gardiner, Reimer and Rielly bring worlds experience back to Leafs". Sick fuck.

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    1. He's right - worlds of experience in choking and and falling out of the playoffs year after year.

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  3. I lied. One more. Whiney fucking pieces of monkey shit. Okay, now I'm done.

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    1. the Maritimer4:11 PM

      I like it.

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  4. Our own 29.

    Great questions, great answers;

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/technology/technology-video/video-netflix-defies-crtc-now-what/article20741115/

    Quibble, needs a CH lapel pin.

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    1. Well done, HF29!

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    2. Man that Allen dude needs to stop blinking so much

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    3. fantastic performance 29! IMHO the core problem as you identified is Canadians want Canadian stories told. My solution a 1% tax on ISP fees to the consumer. All this money is given to me and I decide what to spend it on. Expect to see lots of Canadian ballet.

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    4. I live on the border, Americans call titty bars the Canadian Ballet

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    5. Chester7:46 AM

      What happened to the oven mitts?

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    6. now that 29 is a media star he gets all the fluffers

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  5. Go Habs and prospects Go!!!!!

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  6. Go Habs Go! Anyone know if this game is on line anywhere?

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    1. All pre-season games are on RDS and I believe RDS.ca.

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  7. snet, aka loooong=lasting leaf lovers despite some national nhl contract, says that the NY Yankees could NEVER be as popular as the leaf, EVER, even with 47 years of dismal results. The arrogance of the CotU has no fucking bounds, none.

    Also, according to them, how great is kadri? No really, answer that fucking question like you were pfuck daddy.

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  8. I'm out this evening unfortunately but

    DIE BROONS DIE

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  9. Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go!

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  10. Moment of silence for Vadnais, CH always classy.

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    1. *also mentioning he played for the bruins*

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  11. Love the anthem singer. 'Oh Canada' sounds so good at the Bell Centre.

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  12. If Sorkin makes the team, we should call him The Sorkin Man, that's who you call to kill cockroaches.

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  13. Damn, 2secs left but that was a nice kill.

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  14. Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go!

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  15. Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go!

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  16. Fucking broons up to their usual shit, McCarron hit after the whistle and hits his shoulder into the net.

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  17. Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go! Go Habs Go!

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  18. Subban saved their asses a few times.

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  19. Thomas!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  20. 1st star Bowman
    2nd star Sekac
    3rd star Spooner the brooner

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  21. Fuck you broons!

    McCarron - upper body injury after broon sent his shoulder into the net. Gagne got him in the knee earlier in the game.

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  22. 36 minutes ago
    @stevekouleas: RT @PKSubban1: 1st game, 1st shot, 1st Goal... Could not be more proud! @jordansubban #stud @NHL http://t.co/fBByJMFXUG

    PFK had to watch 2 games tonight.

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  23. "The Bell Centre crowd greeted Malcolm Subban, brother of Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban, with raspberries as he took over in Boston's goal for the third frame." What?? Maybe my ears deceived me? I thought I heard the fans cheer for him and even thought how classy the fans were doing that.

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  24. Haha! Clod called a timeout in an exhibition game. Suck it losers.

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  25. Wow
    "Staal was hurt on what appeared to be an innocent play with 6:35 left in the third period. He was skating up the right boards inside the Sabres zone when he was checked into the boards by defenceman Josh Gorges. Staal immediately fell to the ice and lay on his side for a few seconds before play was stopped."

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    1. now he starts breaking legs!

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    2. Just saw it, seems Staal pulled Gorges down on top of him and that's how it broke.

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  26. Seckc will make the team so our nickname quest has become hot. I maintain a tribute to the turtleneck is in order. So LP or P2. I like Petiu because that was all the French I ever lerned in school, my petit shane petiut.

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  27. Canadian Tire money can be used as actual currency at the Canadian Tire Centre for the Sens merchandise and at the concession. 690 is having fun with that one, imagine counting it out to pay for you beer and hot dogs.

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  28. Chester2:26 PM

    Hey His Flashyness's brother is a dark guy ...
    Wonder what that means ...
    Moody ?...
    Go Habs

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  29. Chester3:49 PM

    Not the sunny kid?
    Go Habs

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    1. http://www.thehockeynews.com/blog/vancouver-sun-publishes-apologizes-for-racist-photo-caption/

      “I heard about that,” Subban told The Province. “I had a chance to talk to a representative from the paper and it seemed like a pretty honest mistake. Am I worried about it? No. If people should be talking about something, it should be the way I played last night rather than that. Hopefully, it will just die down."

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  30. the Maritimer8:23 AM

    At last, some leaf schadenfreude for our reading enjoyment.

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/hockey/for-leafs-fans-let-the-annual-winter-of-discontent-begin/article20752675/

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    1. Chester11:20 AM

      OK
      I don't know what a Cathal is. Female I'm guessing, however,
      what a wonderful take on the upcoming dance of the leaf.
      A generation of defeat. It's why I'm starting to feel sorry for the leaf.
      Bad enough to live in the armpit of Canada.
      Go Habs

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    2. the Maritimer11:48 AM

      Nope, a Cathal is a male and one of the G&M's football "experts". I just enjoyed his presentation of the inevitable to leaf fans everywhere. And actually has it been TWO generations of defeat? Isn't twenty years considered a generation? Goin' on 50 for Loserville. Also, over twenty now for les Glorieux. Thanks, Bettman.

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    3. the Maritimer11:50 AM

      This from Google:

      In general we think of a generation being about 25 years - from the birth of a parent to the birth of a child. We also generally accept that the length of a generation in earlier periods of history was closer to 20 years when humans mated younger and life expectancies were shorter.

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    4. Chester1:11 PM

      Both my dad and myself were 35 when we had our respective sons.
      Although there were several NDG parties during which I mated, when I was younger ...
      However I digress.
      Go Habs

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    5. I will never feel sorry for the leaf.

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  31. Canada needs to fight ISIS like the COTU needs t buy lunch ounce it a a while!
    http://thinkingaboot.blogspot.ca/2014/09/elevator-logic.html

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  32. PFK (video link below) always eloquent in his response, answers question on his brother Jordan and Vancouver.
    http://montreal.ctvnews.ca/video?playlistId=1.2023762

    http://montreal.ctvnews.ca/spike-lee-receives-pioneer-award-at-black-film-festival-1.2023227

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  33. http://fourhockeyfans.blogspot.ca/2014/09/nordilanche-back2back-game-preview-and.html

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