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  1. nah just showin off my twitter skills and acknowledging I read PPP
  2. 4-1 W at Columbus http://forecaster.thehockeynews.com/scores/32343 4-3 OT Loss at home http://forecaster.thehockeynews.com/scores/32457 Mitch was 2g 2a in the 2 games
  3. https://www.traderumours.com/index.php?blog=16945&fbclid=IwAR2PHJd9o_SDDy6vavZyOX8EAdhUzX8U5jI_V9YDh48WX0xHW-tADdIs29Y While there are still several details to be worked out, we know the organization representing NHL players (NHLPA) has accepted the league's 24-team playoff format proposal. However, it was recently revealed that two teams voted against it: Tampa Bay and Carolina. The Lightning's player representative, Alex Killorn, has now revealed why his team was not in favour of the format.“I brought the format to my team,” Killorn said via text to Athletic reporter Joe Smith. “They didn’t feel it was fair that certain teams that probably wouldn’t have made the playoffs would have a chance to make the playoffs in a best-of-five series. My team also felt it was unfair that the teams with a bye would not be as well prepared for a playoff series as the teams that had already basically played a playoff series to get into the playoffs."“This was not my opinion alone. As the PA rep I have a duty to represent the voice of my entire team. I don’t want people to think that we don’t want to play. Everyone on our team wants to play. In saying that, we are fine with the vote the PA took and we are ready with it going forward.”
  4. no different really then playing the Panthers at home
  5. surprised this wasn't mentioned before OHL Dman of the year Noel Hoefenmayer signed an AHL contract with the Leafs https://www.pensionplanpuppets.com/toronto-marlies/2020/4/4/21208168/toronto-marlies-sign-d-noel-hoefenmayer-and-rw-jeremy-mckenna-to-ahl-contracts-newfoundland-growlers On Saturday, the Toronto Marlies announced the signings of two CHL graduates to AHL contracts. Left defenseman Noel Hoefenmayer and right winger Jeremy McKenna will be joining the Marlies and Newfoundland Growlers for the next two seasons. https://dobberprospects.com/player/noel-hoefenmayer/ both players will need the attention of Barb to sharpen up their edgework both player's were draftcastoffs by Arizona and Calgary respectively both players have advanced offensive skills and scored prolifically in their CHL careers both players are a shot in the dark
  6. Gary, say's it's A-OK https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/maple-leafs-stack-blue-jackets-potential-playoff-series/ Why the Maple Leafs will totally win the series Goals, goals and more goals. How’s this for a stat? The Maple Leafs have four stars with a minimum of 59 points. The highest-scoring Blue Jacket, Pierre-Luc Dubois, is stuck at 49. The Leafs wield the third-best offence in the league, while Columbus’s is the fourth worst overall and the least frightening of all 24 teams that will be invited back to play. Toronto also boasts one of the best power plays in hockey, at 23.1 per cent; Columbus’s 16.4 per cent power play is the least effective of all 12 Eastern Conference teams standing. There is no wondering about identity here. This is a classic offence-versus-defence showdown. And Toronto’s firepower will only be jolted by the healthy returns of Morgan Rielly, Jake Muzzin and Ilya Mikheyev. (Winger Andreas Johnsson will not be ready to play this summer.)
  7. watched this game a few days ago I miss the Naz
  8. Winnipeg has a seating capacity of 15,393 I don't believe the NHL no matter how silly they can be would bypass Vancouver or Montreal for a smaller venue
  9. https://www.nhltraderumors.me/2020/05/radko-gudas-blasted-nhl-and-confirms.html?fbclid=IwAR1nYwf4-Y8zm9hbgf1HnveLJi23fkEucV19f0eOJExm55zaNRA2YlueDck I think we shouldn't play when the whole world is canceling seasons. Hockey would be the only sport trying to power through it like this. They won't let us go to the Olympics so we won't get injured, but they want to keep the NHL season running in these times. If we kept playing, our sport would be swimming against the current a bit. Money is money, it's what currently makes the world go round. It's a bit sad that they are willing to risk the health of so many players for money. If one guy is infected, basically the whole league has it in a week, given how they are planning to have everyone play against everyone. One stupid stumble and you can cancel it all again.
  10. I don't really have a plan, only because the thing that's going on doesn't allow for any solid planning. Believe me I'm not apathetic about this I feel ripped off that I didn't get to see Matty chasing 60 or Mitch putting up 90 points, or the Leafs downing the Lightning in 7 nail biting games. The NHL should just wait and see what happens next or wait at least until there's a vaccine, why risk your players, your fans or your employees over a game.
  11. it's always time for outrage on LC😏
  12. Donald Sterling is whole different kettle of fish, he wasn't ousted because of some secret tape recording, although the media sure made it look like that. He was a life long bigot and misogynist(self professed) which was common knowledge among anybody who he came into contact with. The only reason he wasn't a klan member is because he was jewish otherwise he'd have his very own monogrammed pointy hat In 2003 years before the NBA finally said enough he had been sued over racial discrimination, he'd had sexual harassment charges filed against him several times. The only reason he got bounced from the NBA is because the NBA could no longer deal with any more bad publicity, they were enjoying tremendous success after coming close to folding franchises in the 80's and 90's. They had climbed back up to the #2 position of NA sports with a big heavy TV deal and sold out houses. As for Sterling they'd known who he was all along, from the first time they opened the door to his money in the late 80's. {edit} seriously logan the act of breaking trust is as odious as whatever Leipsic said. I'm sure it was mean and nasty, I just don't bother getting into the nitty gritty detail of interweb outrage, just as I don't get into the idiocy of interweb celebrity
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