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Old 05-26-2024, 03:30 AM
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waldedw waldedw is offline
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A split on the road to open a series is just fine, only a few people thought this would be a Dallas sweep, but if you actually follow hockey and think with your head and not your heart you would know this has the makings of going 6 or 7 just like the Vancouver series. All 4 teams left are just one injury away from a dramatic swing in the series.
Do you think the Panthers are angry about a split in NY
The problem we have today is that the people who work for a living are outnumbered by the people who vote for a living.

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Old 05-26-2024, 12:17 PM
fishtank fishtank is offline
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Default That second goal…

Skinner it’s a positional goalie as long as he stay in position and play deeper and keep the puck in front, he can used His size to help him a lot then covering up . once he out of position or moved like that second goal he vulnerable. He not quick and and flexible as some of the other goalies.
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Old 05-26-2024, 06:40 PM
trapperdodge trapperdodge is offline
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The Oil played a perfect road game. Tied after 2. Win a period win a game. It didn't happen but they served notice. They've lost home ice advantage and aren't taking the Oil lightly.

Yeah, that Skinner can't play goal. He's one of 4 goalies out of 32 teams who's still playing.
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