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Woke up with a rager this morning from thoughts about this one and the importance it holds. Let’s hope the increased blood flow in Sask is enough to push the extra bit of life southeast to give the boys an extra boost tonight.

WINNING IS OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE!!



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 Re: Pregame: Edmonton @ Calgary (Game #47) [message #751283 is a reply to message #751281 ]
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From the media notes, these are the on-ice officials for tonight's game in Calgary:

Referees: Francis Charron (6), Garrett Rank (7)Linesmen:Travis Toomey (90), Steve Barton (59)

Tippett said yesterday that Matt Bening won't be playing any games until January 29. I'm a fan/apologist for Benning, and look forward to his return to the lineup. I also worry about how well he will play coming off of IR. Hope he is healthy and productive down the stretch. Jones is a bit inconsistent, and I don't know if he would be as reliable as Benning as the playoff drive ramps up.

Hearing good things about Bouchard's recent play in Bakersfield, but I don't think he is "overripe" just yet.

Winning is indeed of the utmost importance.




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GabbyDugan wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 10:15

From the media notes, these are the on-ice officials for tonight's game in Calgary:

Referees: Francis Charron (6), Garrett Rank (7)Linesmen:Travis Toomey (90), Steve Barton (59)

Tippett said yesterday that Matt Bening won't be playing any games until January 29. I'm a fan/apologist for Benning, and look forward to his return to the lineup. I also worry about how well he will play coming off of IR. Hope he is healthy and productive down the stretch. Jones is a bit inconsistent, and I don't know if he would be as reliable as Benning as the playoff drive ramps up.

Hearing good things about Bouchard's recent play in Bakersfield, but I don't think he is "overripe" just yet.

Winning is indeed of the utmost importance.


Looks like Bouchard is paired with a born winner, descended from one of the greatest winners in NHL history (especially true if you exclude Montreal Canadiens players). Part of the overripening process? :) He was out killing penalties last night, and defending the 6 on 5 with the 1 goal lead (assist on ENG).

Poor Benning. 2 concussions back to back. I remember he came back to play a bit after the 2nd one. Really happy they are taking their time with him now. I hope it's not because he's having all kinds of issues still.

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 Re: Pregame: Edmonton @ Calgary (Game #47) [message #751298 is a reply to message #751281 ]
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Oscargasm wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 07:04

Woke up with a rager this morning from thoughts about this one and the importance it holds. Let’s hope the increased blood flow in Sask is enough to push the extra bit of life southeast to give the boys an extra boost tonight.

WINNING IS OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE!!


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4-way tie for #1 in the Pacific. Winner gets to go solo (or maybe share with Vegas).


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From the Oiler website:

"Lines at Saturday's morning skate appeared to be:

Neal - McDavid - Kassian
Nugent-Hopkins - Draisaitl - Yamamoto
Nygard - Sheahan - Archibald
Gagner - Haas - Chiasson

Nurse - Bear
Klefbom - Larsson
K. Russell - Jones

Koskinen
Smith"





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GabbyDugan wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 13:42

From the Oiler website:

"Lines at Saturday's morning skate appeared to be:

Neal - McDavid - Kassian
Nugent-Hopkins - Draisaitl - Yamamoto
Nygard - Sheahan - Archibald
Gagner - Haas - Chiasson

Nurse - Bear
Klefbom - Larsson
K. Russell - Jones

Koskinen
Smith"




Koskinen getting the start? Hope this doesn’t upset papa Smithers into another downward spiral with his play.



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 Re: Pregame: Edmonton @ Calgary (Game #47) [message #751292 is a reply to message #751291 ]
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Koskinen should be able to outduel the Calgary goalie.

From the Calgary website:

"FORWARDS

Matthew Tkachuk - Elias Lindholm - Andrew Mangiapane

Johnny Gaudreau - Sean Monahan - Mikael Backlund

Milan Lucic - Derek Ryan - Dillon Dube

Zac Rinaldo - Tobias Rieder - Sam Bennett

DEFENCE

Mark Giordano - TJ Brodie

Noah Hanifin - Travis Hamonic

Oliver Kylington - Rasmus Andersson

GOALTENDER

Cam Talbot"





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GabbyDugan wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 14:10

Koskinen should be able to outduel the Calgary goalie.

From the Calgary website:

"FORWARDS

Matthew Tkachuk - Elias Lindholm - Andrew Mangiapane

Johnny Gaudreau - Sean Monahan - Mikael Backlund

Milan Lucic - Derek Ryan - Dillon Dube

Zac Rinaldo - Tobias Rieder - Sam Bennett

DEFENCE

Mark Giordano - TJ Brodie

Noah Hanifin - Travis Hamonic

Oliver Kylington - Rasmus Andersson

GOALTENDER

Cam Talbot"




Oh great. Dadbot is reprising his role as an Oiler killer, however now on the outside
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In all seriousness, one would think Cam plays with an extra something tonight. Merp.



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Oscargasm wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 13:16

GabbyDugan wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 14:10

Koskinen should be able to outduel the Calgary goalie.

From the Calgary website:

"FORWARDS

Matthew Tkachuk - Elias Lindholm - Andrew Mangiapane

Johnny Gaudreau - Sean Monahan - Mikael Backlund

Milan Lucic - Derek Ryan - Dillon Dube

Zac Rinaldo - Tobias Rieder - Sam Bennett

DEFENCE

Mark Giordano - TJ Brodie

Noah Hanifin - Travis Hamonic

Oliver Kylington - Rasmus Andersson

GOALTENDER

Cam Talbot"




Oh great. Dadbot is reprising his role as an Oiler killer, however now on the outside
icon_rolleyes

In all seriousness, one would think Cam plays with an extra something tonight. Merp.

We should know by the 2nd shot on him how it’s gonna go.



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Zing!

Shoot, shoot, shoot, should be tonight’s mindset.



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NetBOG wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 10:59

4-way tie for #1 in the Pacific. Winner gets to go solo (or maybe share with Vegas).


Thought that seemed fishy when I read it and indeed this is not true:

Vegas 54
Arizona 54
Edmonton 53

Wild Card:
Calgary 53
Vancouver 52
Winnipeg 52

Definitely a logjam nonetheless after Vancouver won earlier.



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MJ wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 16:27

NetBOG wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 10:59

4-way tie for #1 in the Pacific. Winner gets to go solo (or maybe share with Vegas).


Thought that seemed fishy when I read it and indeed this is not true:

Vegas 54
Arizona 54
Edmonton 53

Wild Card:
Calgary 53
Vancouver 52
Winnipeg 52

Definitely a logjam nonetheless after Vancouver won earlier.


It's actually a 5-way tie after this mornings result.


Games Back
Vegas -
Arizona -
Edmonton -
Calgary -
Vancouver -
San Jose 9
Anaheim 12
Los Angeles 13



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NetBOG wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 17:53

MJ wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 16:27

NetBOG wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 10:59

4-way tie for #1 in the Pacific. Winner gets to go solo (or maybe share with Vegas).


Thought that seemed fishy when I read it and indeed this is not true:

Vegas 54
Arizona 54
Edmonton 53

Wild Card:
Calgary 53
Vancouver 52
Winnipeg 52

Definitely a logjam nonetheless after Vancouver won earlier.


It's actually a 5-way tie after this mornings result.


Games Back
Vegas -
Arizona -
Edmonton -
Calgary -
Vancouver -
San Jose 9
Anaheim 12
Los Angeles 13


Games back? When did the NHL become the MLB?

I see 3 teams with 54 points and 2 with 53. One of the 54 point teams plays tonight while both 53 point teams play eachother. So there will be a team at 55 points after tonight’s games so there definitely won’t be a 5 way tie with 5 teams at 54 points

[Updated on: Sat, 11 January 2020 17:24]


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Oscargasm wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 17:19

NetBOG wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 17:53

MJ wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 16:27

NetBOG wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 10:59

4-way tie for #1 in the Pacific. Winner gets to go solo (or maybe share with Vegas).


Thought that seemed fishy when I read it and indeed this is not true:

Vegas 54
Arizona 54
Edmonton 53

Wild Card:
Calgary 53
Vancouver 52
Winnipeg 52

Definitely a logjam nonetheless after Vancouver won earlier.


It's actually a 5-way tie after this mornings result.


Games Back
Vegas -
Arizona -
Edmonton -
Calgary -
Vancouver -
San Jose 9
Anaheim 12
Los Angeles 13


Games back? When did the NHL become the MLB?

I see 3 teams with 54 points and 2 with 53. One of the 54 point teams plays tonight while both 53 point teams play eachother. So there will be a team at 55 points after tonight’s games so there definitely won’t be a 5 way tie with 5 teams at 54 points


All those 5 teams being 7 games over .500 right now is still crazy. I know parity has been king in the NHL for a while, but this is pretty wild.



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Kr55 wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 18:30

Oscargasm wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 17:19

NetBOG wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 17:53

MJ wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 16:27

NetBOG wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 10:59

4-way tie for #1 in the Pacific. Winner gets to go solo (or maybe share with Vegas).


Thought that seemed fishy when I read it and indeed this is not true:

Vegas 54
Arizona 54
Edmonton 53

Wild Card:
Calgary 53
Vancouver 52
Winnipeg 52

Definitely a logjam nonetheless after Vancouver won earlier.


It's actually a 5-way tie after this mornings result.


Games Back
Vegas -
Arizona -
Edmonton -
Calgary -
Vancouver -
San Jose 9
Anaheim 12
Los Angeles 13


Games back? When did the NHL become the MLB?

I see 3 teams with 54 points and 2 with 53. One of the 54 point teams plays tonight while both 53 point teams play eachother. So there will be a team at 55 points after tonight’s games so there definitely won’t be a 5 way tie with 5 teams at 54 points


All those 5 teams being 7 games over .500 right now is still crazy. I know parity has been king in the NHL for a while, but this is pretty wild.


Fact. It’s often said within the MSM that the Pacific is the worst division in hockey, but man the race that’s on within the division makes it actually the best division in the game (my two cents).



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Oscargasm wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 17:47

Kr55 wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 18:30

Oscargasm wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 17:19

NetBOG wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 17:53

MJ wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 16:27

NetBOG wrote on Sat, 11 January 2020 10:59

4-way tie for #1 in the Pacific. Winner gets to go solo (or maybe share with Vegas).


Thought that seemed fishy when I read it and indeed this is not true:

Vegas 54
Arizona 54
Edmonton 53

Wild Card:
Calgary 53
Vancouver 52
Winnipeg 52

Definitely a logjam nonetheless after Vancouver won earlier.


It's actually a 5-way tie after this mornings result.


Games Back
Vegas -
Arizona -
Edmonton -
Calgary -
Vancouver -
San Jose 9
Anaheim 12
Los Angeles 13


Games back? When did the NHL become the MLB?

I see 3 teams with 54 points and 2 with 53. One of the 54 point teams plays tonight while both 53 point teams play eachother. So there will be a team at 55 points after tonight’s games so there definitely won’t be a 5 way tie with 5 teams at 54 points


All those 5 teams being 7 games over .500 right now is still crazy. I know parity has been king in the NHL for a while, but this is pretty wild.


Fact. It’s often said within the MSM that the Pacific is the worst division in hockey, but man the race that’s on within the division makes it actually the best division in the game (my two cents).


Is the Atlantic worse this year? SOme pretty horrid fodder at the bottom propping everyone else up. Only 4 teams over .500 in their division.



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