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    Pigge, you see that penguins game last night??
    Happy, but a little lost
    Well, I don't know what I don't know so I'll kick my shoes off &run
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke_T View Post
    Pigge, you see that penguins game last night??
    I did not. I have an aversion against the black and yellow, so I'm not inclined to watch those teams. Looks like every shot found the net by the look of the highlights.

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    Re: NHL thread

    this is way better than the nascar thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aztecs01 View Post
    this is way better than the nascar thread.
    Is nascar even a sport? It feels like a hobby...

    And ducks are on a 5 day break, and we dont have another home game for even longer, so i was watching the nhl network and caught most of that high scoring game. What wasnt in the highlight was a guy throwing his body in front of the puck like a good little grunt and getting hit in the back of the neck and going down on the ice for about 3 minutes
    Happy, but a little lost
    Well, I don't know what I don't know so I'll kick my shoes off &run
     
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    2017: 8,035-6,518 (.552) ~ 8 WS
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    i can't wait to get hockey in the south!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke_T View Post
    And ducks are on a 5 day break, and we dont have another home game for even longer, so i was watching the nhl network and caught most of that high scoring game. What wasnt in the highlight was a guy throwing his body in front of the puck like a good little grunt and getting hit in the back of the neck and going down on the ice for about 3 minutes
    Ouch. Pitchers should try doing that more in baseball. Throw a knuckleball and rush the batter to block the shot.

    Pittsburgh is probably a good bet for neutral viewers. They have some of the best players on offense and their defense sucks.

    Quote Originally Posted by jkoller View Post
    i can't wait to get hockey in the south!
    They even named the Predators to fit in with you creeps.

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    Are the three best teams in the league really Tampa Bay, Las Vegas, and Boston right now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jellyinsd View Post
    Are the three best teams in the league really Tampa Bay, Las Vegas, and Boston right now?
    You could argue they are. Tampa Bay is for sure. Nashville, Washington, Winnipeg and St. Louis would need to be in the conversation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellyinsd View Post
    Are the three best teams in the league really Tampa Bay, Las Vegas, and Boston right now?
    Depends on your definition of right now. If you go by the standings there are a few teams above Boston, and if you go by the last ten games there are a few above Tampa. It's absurd that Vegas are doing so well, but I'm also shocked by Boston. Their great players are getting too old and I did not think their kids were all that talented. And I still don't understand how Marchand all of a sudden went from being a third line pest to a top ten player in the league. It's an impressive organization.

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    Also worth mentioning Colorado. They are a bit streaky, but from what I've seen Nathan MacKinnon is the league MVP so far.

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