GDT: Wild Things (1998)

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GDT: Wild Things (1998)

Post #1 by senate » Mon Jan 22, 2018 8:11 pm

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Post #2 by senate » Mon Jan 22, 2018 8:12 pm

Stone is out.
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Post #3 by senate » Mon Jan 22, 2018 8:14 pm

And less than a minute in, they are already losing. It is going to be a long night.
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Post #4 by TGR » Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:22 pm

I had a good laugh this morning listening to TSN 1200 when Boucher mentioned how much Burrows laid it out on the line Saturday night. Somehow forgot to mention Stone till later in the interview...

What the fuck is it with this management and Burrows. Might as well have Jimmy O'Brien up here.
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Post #6 by Ricard_Persson » Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:34 pm

It’s crazy. Burrows is on the power play again. He has 5 points in 44 games and is on the power play.

They’re so dysfunctional. Burrows was a Boucher’s guy and now it makes sense that Boucher was the one giving high fives to dorion when the trade was announced. It all makes sense.


Chabot is a really nice player. Karlsson is a mess. The team will really have to get the doctors word on his ankle. Maybe he’ll never be as good as he was. At this point it has to be asked. I don’t hold it against him that he can’t skate, but he’s become very lazy and it’s concerning. He cheats so much.

If Ottawa somehow wins the lottery, I would 100% trade Karlsson at the draft for a huge pile of stuff and pick up Dahlin, and not miss a beat with chabot/dahlin under the same roof.

Side plus would be Stone as captain. No cheating anymore.
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Post #7 by Ismellofhockey » Tue Jan 23, 2018 12:01 am

I'm not sure the ankle fully explains why HotKarl has turned into HotMess. It's obviously part of what's bothering him. Maybe it's having missed training camp, maybe it's playing for Melnyk or knowing he won't re-sign here... but he could still be a dominant player in spite of the ankle. I think his head just isn't screwed on right this season.

And please, someone teach them how to block cross-crease passes. It's as though they've never seen such trickery before, every time. Cover your man or block the puck-carrier, but for baby jesus's lamb's sake don't just stand in the middle watching the puck slide through your legs.
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