Apr 22, 2015

Scoop em' up bitCHes, Sip!

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  1. 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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  2. that's some big ice cream

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    1. The gal holding the cone doesn't have stone wrists.

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  3. Should the Habs win tonight, will stone shake hands with a fractured wrist?

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    1. You know he'll be holding it in the line and wincing. It's such ridiculous theatre.

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  4. Why did the ref wag his finger at (Y) when (Y) was the one cross-checked in back after a clean hit? fuck off

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    1. It was a 'major flop' according to Johnson. Dickhead.

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    2. We should email the NHL ref ASSociation that (Y) is sexy or at least the symbol (Y) is sexy. (It is Negroni time!)

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  5. the Maritimer8:44 PM

    I knew it was getting close to ice cream time.

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    1. The more Habs PP the closer we get to CASHing in on ice cream.

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  6. I kinda liked that face-off penalty call. Considering ALL the times PleXXXe gets fucking yanked in the circle. Eat the rules.

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  7. Ok, well after seeing Ryan knocking the puck out of the ref's hand, I'm not as embarrassed about the penalty. Hard to hide that.

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    1. Haha! I did that with a friend of mine after the fact to mock him.

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  9. the Maritimer8:48 PM

    Second intermission all Ottawa all the time, the Habs don't matter. SFU!

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  10. OK boys, you've eased into this third period unscathed, so bury this fucking game.

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  11. As the Negroni hits I am now realizing that that's some big ice cream.

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  12. Intermissionidiots - "What do Ottawa need to do to win?"

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  13. the Maritimer8:51 PM

    I guess Ottawa is "Canada's team" according to the SFUs. They are the only team worth discussion.

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  14. the Maritimer8:56 PM

    Just to change the subject for a second, we will be inundated with tv ads during the playoffs by Harper's Conservatives telling us how this new budget is going to benefit all Canadians. I have to say it does sweet fuck all for me why should I like it. Over to you Steve. Or moe. Or are you too drunk? Heh heh.

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    1. I need to read the budget docs but Harper can fuck off and die and I hope he has great lawyers because he can fuck off and die.

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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!!!!!!!!
    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!! 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. Cmon boys end this!

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  17. Now get out there and scorrrre

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  18. "If any other goalie that Carey Price, this would be a different game"

    Well, sorry about that you fuckers

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    1. jonathan burn yeah was third in line for the SoCHi Olympics. Sip!

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  19. Stone still following PK around slashing him.

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    1. But remember, only Subban slashes, and Stone is an innocent good ol boy. It's really black and white. I meant the simplicity of the situation, what did you think I meant?

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    2. That one of the two embellished.

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  20. There's like 5 pick plays by the Sens ever 2 minutes.

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  21. C'mon, boys pull up your socks.

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  22. I just can't take the BIAS anymore! Just shut up, everyone shut up.

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  23. heely says it could go 2 or 3 OTs. I said that an hour ago.

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  24. Uh ohm, Plaid gone to the room. Hope he's ok.

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  25. Price is a star, Anderson is a star.

    I guess I shouldn't be surprised by a network who puts Matt Stone up there with Mario Lemiux.

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    1. Price will share his Vezina and Hart with Anderson.

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  26. 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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    1. SN is very good at pointing out, re pointing out, then replaying, then discussing at length, penalties that could have gone against Montreal. No mention of the picks and interference from the Sens all night, though.

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    2. I don't know how that ended up as a response to you, juce, that was supposed to be a comment on its own. I'm losing my sight.

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    3. O'man, I know...about the penalties

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    1. Danny Gallivan just puked.

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  29. Some good CHances, but no finish.

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    1. juce, you forgot something.

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  30. hay... just noticed: wheres manny?

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  31. the Maritimer9:12 PM

    C'mon Lego win this fucker!

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  32. cmon boys how about some offense

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  33. If not for his wrist, that was a sure goal.

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  34. stone is pulling on Dish's jersey with a fractured wrist! OMG! stone, stop it!

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  35. Let me guess SN, that would have been another amazing goal if only Stone wasn't missing an arm.

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  36. There's that 1-0 lead.

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  37. I know it's just superstition, but of course right when they say SHUTOUT they score.

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    1. I'd like to break a mirror over a black cat under a ladder behind the Sens bench.

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  38. Whatever, they play better from behind.

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    1. Exactly
      Go Habs Go!! Go Habs Go!! Go Habs Go!! Go Habs Go!! Go Habs Go!! Go Habs Go!! Go Habs Go!! Go HabsGo!!!!!!

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  39. Habs seem disinterested.

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  40. Plaid is back after getting stiCHed up.

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  41. The cool thing is if there is a game 5 Geoff Molson we be forced to send some of the revenue to the sunbelt teams because the leaf isn't generating revenue.

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    1. Closing this out on home ice would be sweet.

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    2. ... but OT would be fun.

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  42. 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!! 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!! 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!! 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!! Go Habs Go!! Go Habs Go!! Go Habs Go!! Go Habs Go!!!!!!!!

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  43. Habs shittiest offensive effort and only down 1-0 on a fucked up D play.

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  44. wheres gonCH?

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  45. Anderson is really enjoying hot dogging it all night. Hope it bites him in the ass.

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  46. Remember, SFUs like snet only care to make revenue off playoff games. They need the sens to win. Love how they are fucked on their NHL contract.

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  47. the Maritimer9:30 PM

    If Ottawa hangs on to win, it will be 3-1 Habs but advantage Ottawa according to the cockroaches.

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  48. Are they....are they trying to lose?

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    1. well they're not trying to win

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  49. Oh well. It'll just hurt them more when they're taken out next game.

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  50. Ugh. Barely any effort and yet they only lost 1-0.

    Friday should be interesting.

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  51. Honestly though, that was the worst effort I've seen them give this series, especially that 3rd period.

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  52. Too bad, I guess they didn't want a nice long rest. Now, SFU will be all over themselves and stressing a shut-out.

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  53. Wow it took them over a minute to get Price out. They were already back at the Bell in their heads.
    Whatever, I picked them in 5 for my nhl.com bracket.

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  54. the Maritimer9:39 PM

    The only thing I'm going to say is Patches has been pretty much useless so far. I know they would be giving him some extra attention but c'mon fight through it a little. They better fucking win this Friday night.

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    1. I mentioned up-thread that PatCHes doesn't seem to be himself, maybe he's not up to 100% yet, still a bit foggy?

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  55. Funny, so much made about Stone's "injured" wrist, which obviously hasn't affected anything despite what SN tries to say. But Max is obviously not himself, and is a much better player, and not a word about it.

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    1. the Maritimer9:43 PM

      If he's concussed sit him. He's not doing anybody but Ottawa any favours being out there and doing zip.

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  56. So they schedule a game on Sexy Friday eh?!

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  57. WE'VE GOT A SERIES HERE BOYS!!!!!!

    Calm down. It was always a series.

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  58. I may not be the best at math but I do know you have to score at least one goal to win

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  59. Rags / Pens going to OT tied at 1
    GO PENS.

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  60. the Maritimer9:44 PM

    Good night all! Happy Ice Cream!

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  61. In a weird way maybe they needed this wake-up cheapass 1-0 call.

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  62. snet say Ducks should put pedal to the gas. Ducks aren't Canadian.

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  63. Gotta stay away from national media for a few days. It's all going to be about how the Sens are now dominating this series and the Habs are running scared. Cinderella is back on her feet, blah blah blah.

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  64. Rags take it 2-1.

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  65. Maybe the Ducks will sweep tonight.

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  66. I've always thought this and I'm probably wrong but being a fan since the early seventies when you're the superior team you drag it out longer than you should. Another game at the Bell Center - more money for the owner,. The Habs were in their prime back then and still lost games they should have won. My take anyway,

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    1. Can't win them all and FWIW I kinda like the Friday night game cuz there's no work for a couple days. A dozen Sens fan friends are all over this big win. So far I've copied and pasted 'enjoy the one win'.

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  67. Well, hey, they win tonight and then we have to wait 1.5 weeks for their next game. Now we have a Friday night/Saturday morning game, and they can finish them off in front of their fans. Well, slightly more of their fans anyway.

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  68. Kinda gives me a warn and fuzzy feeling,

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  69. I read a funny line somewhere yesterday (I don't remember where, it was the comments section of somewhere).

    Person A: Why are Sens fans so aggressive and petty?

    Person B: What do you expect? Their whole fanbase is made up of turncoats and children.

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  70. Orangeman, can you explain to me what a 'pick' is?

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    1. Basically, it's interference, but more when you're on the offensive. You make a pass, and then you skate in the way of the defenceman who is trying to go cover the other guy. Something like that; offensive interference.

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    2. what the leef screw up in the draft

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  71. Watching jets ducks in the background and weird to see the snet SFUs cheering the Canadian team. (FWIW, I don't like winnipeg).

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    1. Goon team, hope the ducks sweep.

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  72. For some reason not able to 'reply' but thank you Oman.

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    1. No prob. I'm hardly an expert, but that's my terrible definition.

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  73. Looks like Kessler has just put the final nail in the coffin for the Jets.

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  74. Ducks take it 5-2.

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  75. I called this series to go 5 games so I am not surprised. Habs did what they needed to do in Ottawa - win one game. Bring it home Friday night boys!!

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  76. the Maritimer7:51 AM

    @Moey, your comment above, I've wondered that sometimes as well, "playing the gate". A few extra million for Mr. Molson, minus Gary's cut.

    I thought the Habs should have played a more offensive game last night, I don't understand why they would play so conservative, they really had nothing to lose. Worst case scenario they were going home up 3-1. All the pressure was on Ottawa, get them down a goal or two and force them to open up, the swedish meatball would have been pinching the rest of the game, the lads would have got a ton of odd man rushes. Lost opportunity in my book.

    Did anybody get MT's take post game?

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  77. I think it's for the best. Give them a taste of adversity. I think the top six guys were becoming too complacent, hopefully this lights a fire under their asses. I really hope so because they have been invisible this series (KidG has been a shit disturber, but they still need more). If they would have won they likely would have had about 9-11 days off till the next series. I think it's better to get one more in there (both for us and for them).

    The reality is both teams didn't play very well. I know the narrative is the Senderella (I just made this up, I should tm it for TSN) found her groove and played desperate hockey, but I really didn't see that. I saw a slightly, at times, intense regular season game in January. It's too bad they couldn't step it up. Anderson was good, but he didn't need to be great (I thought Price had a way more difficult game). The only real chance was Prust's breakaway and he hit the side of the net, it wasn't even a save.

    Patches was out 4 games, and the Habs scored 16 goals in that time. How did that happen? Well, I was reading one theory online today: With Patches out DDD was given a smaller role and less time on the ice (and on the PP). Other players were given the opportunity to step up and they totally did. Patches is back now, but since he's not 100% and DDD has been given the same staring role, it's like there is no first line or first wave PP. The three games he's been back, they've scored 5 goals total, with the first line getting only one and that was on the PP. There's a lot that goes into it, but it's something to think about.

    Scores have been: 4-3, 3-2, 2-1, 1-0. 0- -1 next game?

    GO HABS GO!

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  78. http://blog.francoismaillet.com/epic-celebration/

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  79. HMS Hal Gill just announced his retirement. I remember his time with the Habs fondly. He was instrumental in that playoff run in whatever year that was. Thx Hal!

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    1. I love this:

      Hal Gill Verified account
      ‏@Skillsy75

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    2. A true gentleman. Merci HMSC.

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    3. the Maritimer4:13 PM

      2010. He and Josh were penalty killers extraordinaire...and Squid was deadly on the PP...with MAB! Should have gotten Squid for this season.

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  80. We'll be hearing next game, all fucking game long, how stone is a calder finalist, if only he fucking writs wasn't broken, yada, yada, yada...

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    1. What's frustrating is that all the "experts" are using a 20 game stretch by the Sens to try and prove they are, as a team and individually, amazing. But let's think. What if Hammond was "injured" in game 1? They'd probably be telling us that it wouldn't have been 3-0 if he was healthy. But the truth is, he just regressed to the mean. And the same thing with Stone. He's a rookie who got hot for 20 games when his whole team got hot. But not only are they saying he would have kept that unprecedented pace up, but he would have apparently surpassed it and gone into Mario Gretzky mode. The way they were talking last night, Stone would have 10 goals by now if not for that slightly bruised wrist.

      It's even more absurd because Patches is obviously playing injured, and he's actually a proven goal scorer, and it's made an obvious difference to Montreal. But nary a mention of it on SN. Not that I really expect it, because players play injured all the freaking time in the NHL. It's not some new thing.

      The way they are sucking Stone's stones is just getting awkward. And the way he's playing it up, grabbing his wrist and looking directly at the camera and wincing whenever he has the chance, is just crazy. I feel like I'm watching the WWE, seriously. Can't wait to be done with these drama queens.

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  81. Bishop scores! ....on himself.

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  82. HA Bishop called for tripping....sneaky bastard wasn't sneaky enough.

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    1. Too bad they didn't cash it.

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  83. How do they keep getting those octupi in to toss on the ice? Surely you can smell them?

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  84. Goddamn it Detroit. Give up two late goals to Tampa.

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  85. Freaking Detroit, way to collapse. Darn it!

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