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  2. Whatever happened to Carey (i.e. bumped by Chiasson, hit high with a shot, or something else), his injury won't impact the team's performance. The entire team has been mediocre since our hot start. And Price has been one of our worst performers.
  3. Of course all of the highlighted do or did when winning have top end talent. This is great to build around "if" you are "lucky" enough to get those exceptional draft choices. You can finish near or at the bottom for years and not be the team that hits on one or more of those type of players. Gamboling that you draft a superstar to build around is a crap shoot way to build also. It is frustrating I think we all know that but there were other teams in those years when Pitts, Chic, Wash, Tampa and even more recently Ed,Col. drafted those high end players that other teams were drafting close to th
  4. It could also be the spark the team needs! There is a history of rookies coming in and catching fire. Cale Makar jumped directly in from NCAA and made immediate impact which is harder at defense. Basically what does the team have to lose? You burn the call up , well if we save the call up and end up not making the playoffs what good is that?
  5. Jury is still deliberating in the Derek Chauvin trial.
  6. Since Edler has been suspended before, shouldn't the suspension been at least 5 - 10 games?
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  9. Looked at the replay again in slow mo & close up, & I was wrong. There does seem to be significant contact such that CP's head does snap back. Guess it would be tough to call on the ice, unless ref was in perfect position which they usually are not. I'm thinking CP will be out a while.
  10. Because it's not just about getting high draft picks alone, but I'm sure you know that. Spending to the Cap, being able to sign sought-after UFAs, proper player development, smart trades, and adding leadership/mentorship through veterans all help, as shown by Pittsburgh, Chicago, Washington, and Tampa Bay – and who knows, maybe Colorado, the Oilers or the Leafs are up next? The "once you get in" mantra applies to all teams, I'd rather improve my chances by having legit talent on the roster. True, the 2011 Bruins as they had no real gamebreaking supperstar, but they did have prime Chara
  11. Frederik Andersen skated with teammates for first time since March 19 ... came on the ice at the end of practice. Keefe said players were pumped; everyone wanted to get a shot on him before leaving the ice. Too soon to say when he plays, but this is an encouraging development.
  12. Edmonton Oilers forward Jujhar Khaira left Monday's matchup with the Montreal Canadiens and did not return. Khaira took a big hit from Alexander Romanov during the first period and was visibly wobbly skating off the ice.
  13. Sportsnet Staff @Sportsnet April 19, 2021, 10:41 PM 40 Removed from Monday's game against the Edmonton Oilers after 20 minutes work, Carey Price is apparently dealing with an upper-body injury, according to Montreal Canadiens coach Dominique Ducharme. Price left Monday's game after one period of play and was replaced with Jake Allen, observers unclear on why he was unable to finish the tilt after being told he would not return. After the game, Ducharme said an upper-body injury forced the star netminder to the sidelines. Ducharme also noted that Price's injury wasn't a cas
  14. @Sportsnet April 19, 2021, 12:47 PM 83 It's Max Domi's turn in John Tortorella's doghouse. The Columbus Blue Jackets coach told reporters that the playmaking forward will be a healthy scratch when the team takes on the Florida Panthers in the Monday opener of their back-to-back series. The fiery coach didn't go into detail when asked why Domi would sit, but, per The Athletic's Aaron Portzline, Tortorella was furious after the 26-year-old's outburst against the Chicago Blackhawks three games ago when he rag-dolled Connor Murphy, attempting to force him into a fight, and benched him S
  15. Albert Einstein's, widely credited, famous line: "Insanity, is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." STOP the insanity already!
  16. Might be like what campabee82 is saying, from Habs at the Oilers, " Just got here read through the thread and saw a replay of what I believe happened to Price. Shortly before he leaves he takes a shot high. If you slow it down and have the angle from the shooters position it looks like the shot goes under his mask off the collar bone area. Thinking he may be done for a while if that is the case." It didn't appear like any contact from the Oiler on the interference penalty.
  17. We have to hope for something. The alternative isn't working.
  18. 8 goals in the last 10 games. PATHETIC!!!
  19. DD says Carey has an "upper body injury".
  20. How much worse can it honestly get? We have 12 goals in our last 8 games and 1 in the last 2 games! We need any offense we can get, even if that means using a 20 Y.O. undersized rookie and burning our last callup in the process! We can't sit back and keep trying the same things over and over again and expecting different results.
  21. Patrick Marleau surpassed “Mr. Hockey” for the most games played in NHL history. Marleau skated in his 1,768th career game to break Gordie Howe’s record when the San Jose Sharks took on the Vegas Golden Knights on Monday night
  22. Toronto Maple Leafs forward Zach Hyman is out for at least two weeks after spraining his MCL against the Vancouver Canucks. Leafs’ head coach Sheldon Keefe informed the press of Hyman’s injury status during his media availability on Monday.
  23. I'm not sure, but don't the rules change in the POs?
  24. The New Jersey Devils have announced they have signed 2020 first-round draft pick Alexander Holtz to a three-year entry-level deal. The contract carries a salary cap hit of $925,000.
  25. The Department of Player Safety has suspended Vancouver Canucks defenceman Alexander Edler for two games for kneeing Toronto Maple Leafs forward Zach Hyman. Edler will miss Vancouver’s home games on Tuesday and Thursday and return for Hockey Night in Canada on Saturday.
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