seb146
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NHL Opening Night

Thu Oct 06, 2005 3:29 pm

One of the sports bars here in Portland showed all the games tonight. I went and watched my beloved Canucks beat up on the Coyotes in Vancouver 3-2. Sure, Phoenix had a 6-on-4 power play to get that second goal, but who's counting.

Anyway, anyone go to any of the games? Anyone see the Toronto/Ottawa shoot out? Your thought on the new season?

GO CANUCKS!!
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Thu Oct 06, 2005 3:32 pm

Florida 2, Atlanta 0...some preseason predictions have us actually being a playoff team this year, what a pleasant surprise that would be...GO PANTHERS!!!! And as for going to a game, not until winter break  Sad

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RE: NHL Opening Night

Thu Oct 06, 2005 3:34 pm

Quoting Seb146 (Thread starter):
I went and watched my beloved Canucks beat up on the Coyotes in Vancouver 3-2.

I was at a local BCHL game tonight (Vernon Vipers against the Burnaby Express) and they always kept us up to date on the Canucks/Coyotes game. Way to go Vancouver!

BTW, our team (The Vipers) won 2-1 as well.
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Thu Oct 06, 2005 5:53 pm

My Hurricanes lost 5-2 to the Lightning. Not surprising, but still disappointing. I'm thrilled that the NHL is back, but I don't get OLN here in my dorm, so I'm pretty upset about that. Looks like I'll be listening to a lot of internet radio coverage.
 
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Thu Oct 06, 2005 9:01 pm

I watched the Ottawa-Toronto shootout on OLN- it was kinda anticlimatic, but as a Sens fan, I'm thrilled they won. OLN's in-studio commentary showing the highlights seemed kinda rough... "And... um... here's another goal by... who is that?... Is the score now 3-0?... No, that made it 2-0..." Hopefully it'll get better as the season progresses. Loved Barry Melrose's outfit on SportsCenter this morning though. Where the #$%& does that man find his suits- and more importantly- why the @*$! do the producers let him go on air dressed like that. Still- I'm thrilled Hockey's back.
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Thu Oct 06, 2005 10:02 pm

Quoting USAIRWAYS321 (Reply 3):
My Hurricanes lost 5-2 to the Lightning.

I WOULD say that I'm surprised that TPASXM hasn't chimed in, but then again I can't imagine he was very sober when they raised the championship banner in TPA last night. Big grin I hope you had a GREAT time TPA!!!

Quoting USAFHummer (Reply 1):
Florida 2, Atlanta 0...some preseason predictions have us actually being a playoff team this year, what a pleasant surprise that would be...GO PANTHERS!!!! And as for going to a game, not until winter break

GO PANTHERS!!! Right there with you on this!!!
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Thu Oct 06, 2005 10:27 pm

Quoting Seb146 (Thread starter):
Anyone see the Toronto/Ottawa shoot out? Your thought on the new season?

Yep, seen the whole game as a matter of fact.

I was stuck to my seat. Getting rid of the red line is great. Constant attacks on net, fast paced game. I really enjoyed it even though the Leafs lost.

The shoot out was nothing special. I had thought there would be 5 shooters a side just like in soccer / football matches. Increasing the shots might make it more exciting?....i dunno.

I heard on the radio this morning that 11 of the 15 arenas were sold out and that the over all attendance for all games was at 98.1 % capacity.

So, how did your team do?....and was the flow of the game constant and fast?

Quoting CV990A (Reply 4):
but as a Sens fan, I'm thrilled they won.

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RE: NHL Opening Night

Thu Oct 06, 2005 11:16 pm

Quoting USAFHummer (Reply 1):
Florida 2, Atlanta 0...some preseason predictions have us actually being a playoff team this year, what a pleasant surprise that would be...GO PANTHERS!!!! And as for going to a game, not until winter break

I listened to it until the sattelite radio crapped out in the 3rd but I watched the highlights...tow of my favorite teams, but I like Florida more! GO PANTHERS!!!

I might go for Thanksgiving break and if not then I'll head out for Winter Break! GO PANTHERSSSSSS!!!!
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Thu Oct 06, 2005 11:21 pm

Predators 3, Sharks 2!!!

Karia got his first goal opening night.

NASHVILLE SOLD OUT LAST NIGHT! As with the looks of the other arenas, Hockey Fans are happy!

I got to go to one preseason, and they look good.

Playoffs, here we come!
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Fri Oct 07, 2005 12:08 am

The post-Forsberg era began in Colorado. And it wasn't exactly pretty as they lost to Edmonton, 4-3. I'd love to see the Avs have a respectable season despite losing two key players in Foote and Forsberg.
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Fri Oct 07, 2005 2:05 am

Ah it sucked the Thrashers lost last night i was pretty dissapointed but Luongo put up one heck of a game and did great stopping the shots. It sucked that we had kari sit, i still dont know why he was benched other than possibly being injured but why he was still in pads past that i dont know? But it was a good game none the less cant wait for the next one GO THRASHERS!!!!!!!!!!
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Fri Oct 07, 2005 5:46 am

Luongo was incredible last night; I mean even if the Thrashers had Kovalchuk out there, he probably couldn't have scored against Luongo. The extent of the injury to Lehtonen has not been publicly announced, but Darren Eliot was on NHL Live on Sirius this morning hinting that it may not be good. Let's just say there's a good chance that Kari spends the bulk of the season back in the AHL and we get a backup for Dunham via trade or free agency (Neither Michael Garnett nor Adam Berkhoel [Who ended up being Dunham's backup during preseason after Kari got hurt and Garnett was sent back to the Wolves.] are even close to being ready to even be an NHL backup). Kari stayed on the bench in pads just in case Dunham got injured.

I'm planning on being there @ Philips Arena on Saturday night for the home opener.
 
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Fri Oct 07, 2005 6:11 am

In the closing minutes of the third period, Vancouver got a penalty, so Phoenix pulled Curtis Joseph. Phoenix scored a goal on a 6-on-4 power play and went down to Vancouver 3-2.

TSN showed "Hockey's Back" commercials. The one was a spoof of the "Scream" movie, but the one I liked were the guys singing the Flashdance theme. The one guy sitting with his girlfriend and the look on her face was priceless!

What was the play-by-play like on Sirius? I have their service. Are the games they are covering and channels listed on their website? I would think so.

GO CANUCKS!!
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Fri Oct 07, 2005 6:59 am

Quoting Seb146 (Reply 12):
What was the play-by-play like on Sirius? I have their service. Are the games they are covering and channels listed on their website? I would think so.

I listened to a few minutes of the Thrashers-Panthers game until I realized that there was quite a lag. I was watching the game on TV and trying to listen to the radio play by play and started noticing that the radio call wasn't matching with the TV broadcast. If I wasn't watching the game at the same time I guess I wouldn't have been bothered.

Here's the schedule for October (althought they only have part of the month listed):
NHL Schedule on Sirius

From what I have heard, the feed for every game is different. So perhaps one night you're listening to the Canucks play and Sirius will use the Canuks radio feed; the next Canucks game might have the opponent's radio feed instead. I'll find out for myself tomorrow night as I listen to the Thrashers-Caps game; hopefully for me it'll be the Thrashers feed, but if it's the Caps feed, perhaps it will be interesting to hear a game from the other teams' P.O.V.

Just out of curiousity, I went over to XM's site and they seem to have better NHL coverage than Sirius does. XM will have every Thrashers game this month on there, while Sirius has a total of 4 scheduled so far (including the game last night). XM will also be rolling out an NHL Channel pretty soon as well. I've got two more months on my Sirius subscription and am now contemplating switching to XM then.
 
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Fri Oct 07, 2005 7:00 am

I missed last nights game, but as I am a Vancouverite, I say, GO CANUCKS!!
 
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Fri Oct 07, 2005 7:22 am

My Dallas Stars came back from an 0-4 deficit in the first period to win 5-4. Got to love the new NHL...or as they say, "my" NHL. Zubov had 2 goals. He was made for this kind of rules.

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RE: NHL Opening Night

Fri Oct 07, 2005 8:07 am

Let's see if the Avalanches can do anything this year. GO AVALANCHES!!! Oh, and SCREW THE RED WINGS!!!
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Fri Oct 07, 2005 11:33 am

Quoting Srbmod (Reply 11):
Luongo was incredible last night; I mean even if the Thrashers had Kovalchuk out there, he probably couldn't have scored against Luongo. The extent of the injury to Lehtonen has not been publicly announced, but Darren Eliot was on NHL Live on Sirius this morning hinting that it may not be good. Let's just say there's a good chance that Kari spends the bulk of the season back in the AHL and we get a backup for Dunham via trade or free agency (Neither Michael Garnett nor Adam Berkhoel [Who ended up being Dunham's backup during preseason after Kari got hurt and Garnett was sent back to the Wolves.] are even close to being ready to even be an NHL backup). Kari stayed on the bench in pads just in case Dunham got injured.

I'm planning on being there @ Philips Arena on Saturday night for the home opener

Yea i just found out as of right now that Kari is on the IR with a groin, and we reassigned Jim Slater to the wolves. I hope he will be ok because hes a great goalie for us and it sucks that we lost pasi because he was quite a fan favorite! I think i may be going to the game on saturday i gotta scrap up some change because i miss seeing them so much, ill tell ya if i do!
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sat Oct 08, 2005 12:15 am



That's right baby!!!!!!

And how great is it to have Vinny Prospal back!!!!!!

Cory Stillman who? Carolina can have him, all 2 goals in 23 playoff games.

Quoting TedTAce (Reply 5):
I WOULD say that I'm surprised that TPASXM hasn't chimed in, but then again I can't imagine he was very sober when they raised the championship banner in TPA last night. I hope you had a GREAT time TPA!!!

And you would be right! I had my District Manager and one of his cronies in my office this week so I haven't been around to post....but what a night! 22,021 crazy drunk lightning fans and a 5-2 ass kicking of Carolina...and Khabibulin got shelled with the blackhawks...I hope he enjoys his time up there!
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sat Oct 08, 2005 12:42 am



Let's Go Red Wings! Beat St. Louis two nights in a row baby!
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sat Oct 08, 2005 11:28 am

Ahhhhhhhhh yes kovalchuk signed its on baby!!!!!!!
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sat Oct 08, 2005 11:31 am

And the defending Stanley Cup champions get shut out by the Florida Panthers 2-0  Smile

2-0 record to start, with ZERO goals allowed...this is a good sign...could this be a playoff year in south Florida????

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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sat Oct 08, 2005 11:58 am

Maybe that defence is incredable the nhl better tip their caps towards florida because they are lookin like they are in mid season condition at the beginning of the season! Congrats to yall!
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sat Oct 08, 2005 1:22 pm

If the first two games of the season for the Blues are any indication of the season to come it may be a long winter. The first game at Joe Louis was awful but the second game of the home and home at Savvis was much better; however, we still lost. If we could have got the puck up in the last seconds we could have forced overtime(you had to be there). So close.

A little Blues update there is a man interested in buying the Blues and it looks promising. This man has a history in the NBA so maybe he will bring a team to STL.

Do you Bleed Blue?

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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sat Oct 08, 2005 2:16 pm

If the games continue like this, then it will be a great year as far as the action is concerned. However, it was still a bad move to go to OLN and cut your exposure in the states down significantly.
 
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sat Oct 08, 2005 2:18 pm

i cant see well enough to read through the entire thread. sorry. could someone explain the new rules to me about contgact. I watched a stars game, and it seemed a lot morem fast paceed, but i dont knpow the new rules. sorry i cant be more sspecific.

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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sat Oct 08, 2005 8:46 pm

Quoting Kovi17 (Reply 20):
Ahhhhhhhhh yes kovalchuk signed its on baby!!!!!!!

He's not signed yet, the two sides are close to an agreement and the earliest Ilya will probably join the team is the middle of next week (I going to say he'll make his return next Friday night against the Leafs.).

TSN is reporting a deal has been reached, but none of the other sports news outlets are reporting it. 5 year deal worth between $32-33 million.

The game last night was great, let's just hope the momentum is still there tonight.

[Edited 2005-10-08 14:03:25]
 
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 12:45 am

Quoting USAFHummer (Reply 21):
And the defending Stanley Cup champions get shut out by the Florida Panthers 2-0

2-0 record to start, with ZERO goals allowed...this is a good sign...could this be a playoff year in south Florida????

And what?.....no thank yous for us up here in Toronto for sending Newy and Roberts down there?.....talk about ungreatful!!

 Wink  Wink  Wink

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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 12:51 am

Quoting Wobbles (Reply 24):
it was still a bad move to go to OLN and cut your exposure in the states down significantly.

I hear what your saying, but think of it from Bettmans point of view. If he signs a contract with ESPN for significantly less $$, the players would be all over him "again" keeping in mind the profit sharing aspect with the new CBA...blah blah blah.....

He's damned if he did and damned if he didn't.

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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 1:05 am

Quoting YooYoo (Reply 27):
And what?.....no thank yous for us up here in Toronto for sending Newy and Roberts down there?.....talk about ungreatful!!

"Thank you"  Wink

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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 1:11 am

Quoting Wobbles (Reply 24):
However, it was still a bad move to go to OLN and cut your exposure in the states down significantly.

In the short term, it is a risk, but given Comcast's plans for OLN, it may be a game winner. The NFL is thinking about adding either a late season Thursday night or Saturday night game, and OLN will make a play for it. OLN is also trying to snag the Sunday-Wednesday MLB package that ESPN currently has that is about to expire. Getting the NHL deal may have opened the door for OLN to pick up additional pro sports. If OLN didn't have the NHL and tried to persue getting MLB or NFL contracts, they'd be laughed at. If OLN snags the Sunday-Wednesday MLB rights, look to see more cable systems pick up OLN, which in turn will give the NHL more exposure as well.
 
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 2:05 am

I was checkin out canadian sports networks and they were reporting it and now they retract it and say its close thats pretty crappy. Oh well how bout tonights game! Should be a good one i believe and im interested in how mellanby and ovechkin are gunna behave i think someones gunna get layed out for what happened last night  Wink
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 2:21 am

I don't think I've ever been as excited for a Habs-Leafs game as I am right now. Odd, because it's early in the season. But the game is huge for both teams: The Leafs need a serious confidence boost already, having lost the first-ever shootout and having lost their Captain for some time, while the Habs need to show that their last two wins aren't flukes, and that they are real contenders in the division this year. If the Habs win, they'll be five points up on the Leafs after only three games. Big grin

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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 7:17 am

Ok now its official that number 17 Ilya Kovalchuk is signed! http://www.atlantathrashers.com/View...cd0f3d-5286-475b-b7e7-238096b447a6
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 9:53 am

Quoting Jean Leloup (Reply 32):
If the Habs win, they'll be five points up on the Leafs after only three games.

that will be tough considering the Leafs will only have 79 games left to close the gap....oh my !!  Wink  Wink  Wink


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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 10:09 am

Quoting USAFHummer (Reply 29):
"Thank you"

Greg

Your welcome. They may older than your average player but they make for it in the dressing room and with thier heat and will to win.

Needless to say, i was bitter when Toronto didn't sign them. And them they sign Domi to some crazy contract.....oh well.

I'll always be a Newy and Roberts fan no matter what jersey they wear.

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...oh Jean, its 3-3 now Big grin
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 11:16 am

Andreas;

You know as well as I do that 5 points can make all the difference in the world at the end of the season - it's not an insignificant advantage just because it's earned early in the year.

And, of course, the Habs won 5-4. Sloppy play at times, but I'd say the Canadiens deserved it, and are improving. They have so many rookies that every game is pretty well a "learning experience", and what's more, it's the young'uns who are doing most of the scoring.

The Leafs didn't play too badly, but I don't know - I'd be a bit worried if i were a Leaf fan, I think.

Quoting YooYoo (Reply 35):
I'll always be a Newy and Roberts fan no matter what jersey they wear.

Oh yeah? How many times have you come up to Uxbridge and golfed at Wooden sticks?  Wink

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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 12:15 pm

The Nashville Predators won tonight over the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 'new' overtime shoot out. It was really exciting and a great addition to the new NHL. I think this must be the first time this rule has been used in the new season...
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 12:53 pm

The Thrashers totally dominated the Crapitals 8-1, with 4 of the goals coming on the power play. Peter Bondra had two goals and an assist, Marc Savard racked up 5 points (a goal and 4 assists). Olaf Kolzig looks like he needs to retire; there were a bunch of Thrashers fans chanting "Kolzig" a bunch of times followed with a "You Suck". If Ilya was in the line up, it probably would have been 12-1 easily (They could have made it 10-1 they way they were playing tonight). I'm planning on going to Friday night's game against the Leafs, as that's the more likely of the next two games for Ilya to make his return.
 
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 1:16 pm

The best part of the new season: NHL Center Ice package on digital cable is free through October 12! Had a total of 11 hockey games on tonight to flip through! Even though my Stars lost to the 'lanche. Seriously, I'm getting to watch hockey Night in Canada, the Leafs/Canadiens game, and the Canucks/Oilers game! In the words of Stompin' Tom, "the good ol' hockey game is the best game you can name, and the best game you can name is the good ol' hockey game!" And with Sami Salo's PP goal, Vancouver goes up 3-2! Go Canucks!

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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 2:00 pm

Man i just got done watchin the oilers/nucks game and that was incredable, went down to a shootout i didnt even think the oilers had a chance cuz they were down 3-2 with 23 seconds left and torres scored. Then it went down to a shootout and the oilers won and thats pretty exciting for the fans i think.
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RE: NHL Opening Night

Sun Oct 09, 2005 10:50 pm

Quoting Jean Leloup (Reply 36):
it's not an insignificant advantage just because it's earned early in the year

Yes, i hear what you are saying. But, the significance of the points gained early on in the season or the points "not" gained by earning only a tie are only evident after the highs and lows of a season. There are many winning streaks and losing streaks yet to come.

Quoting Jean Leloup (Reply 36):
And, of course, the Habs won 5-4. Sloppy play at times, but I'd say the Canadiens deserved it,

Agreed, the Habs deserved the 2 points. Even though the Leafs lost i found it very exciting and yet very frustrating. Ah.....sports.....i love it  Wink

Quoting Jean Leloup (Reply 36):
Oh yeah? How many times have you come up to Uxbridge and golfed at Wooden sticks?

 rotfl 

Any time you wanna play, give me a shout. I dunno if you have been up there but, i hear the conditions are not that great. I'd still play it. Big grin

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RE: NHL Opening Night

Mon Oct 10, 2005 3:16 am

Seeing the Panthers in person last night...Luongo had better have a lot of shutouts this year....


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RE: NHL Opening Night

Mon Oct 10, 2005 11:08 am

Quoting TPASXM787 (Reply 42):
Luongo had better have a lot of shutouts this year.

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