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I'd settle for a Crosby concussion or someone to lose a few teeth
I think it's kind of unrespectful- Ovie
Holy shit if McPhee even entertains trading Forsberg or Kuznetsov.....
what an unlikeable team. our best player may only be here this year. our top two money guys who are signed for a million years have 9 total points in 9 games. the only likable players are buried on the 3rd and 4th lines.
and good lord, fucking drop the gloves if you're going to kick your fans in the dick on super bowl sunday, while you let the fucking pens shoot the puck up 2 goals in the final minute.
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James Duthie and Bob McKenzie on TSN counts down the list of the consensus Top 30 draft prospects.
There's been a changing of the guard on TSN's Mid-Season 2013 NHL Draft Ranking, or more specifically a change to a rearguard.
Portland Winter Hawk defenceman Seth Jones has eclipsed Halifax Moosehead centre Nate MacKinnon for the No. 1 spot in a TSN survey of 10 NHL head scouts.
Jones was ranked No. 1 by seven of 10 - MacKinnon garnered the remaining three first-place votes - in a survey done on Jan. 17, exactly one month after a pre-World Junior Championship survey of the same scouts had MacKinnon at No. 1 by the same 7-3 margin over Jones at No. 2.
So what happened in the space of one month? See for yourself in this special edtition of Bob McKenzie's top draft prospects of the 2013 NHL draft.
If we somehow ended up with the #1 pick, I'd be legit scared we'd take Jones. I'd want a more physical Dman if we picked that high, but with the legit Cs in this draft, I'd be pissed.
I'd be happy with a top 4 pick to guarantee yourself one of MacKinnon/Barkov/Jones/Drouin. Prefer the first 2 obviously.
I'd lose it if they traded anything for that dude. That's like Snyderatto caliber thinking with this team.
Oatsie's quotes aren't reassuring.
Sky Kerstein @SkyKerstein
#Caps have not had any conversation with Vancouver on Luongo, nothing to it at all, they aren't the mystery team
The good news is that there are a ton of people with no head coaching experience that we can choose from for our next hire.
"It's just so hard," Greivis said. "It's my heart, my love. Maryland made me who I am."
What a disaster. I have no clue how McPhee has kept his job for so long.
Fan says we suck again.
Yup, looks like 10 years ago at VC again. Nice work pissing off the fanbase you fell ass-backwards into a few years ago, Ted.
just got home...terrible game, terrible atmosphere..
I have said it a million times, but I hate the crap of slapshot and his ATV..hope it flips unto him. Wes, keep screaming you idiot. This year's toy, is the decibel reader... congratulations, that is stupid to show every break.
As for players...
Green - playing like the old Green...he is singlehandly responsible for getting the puck moving into the zone
Alzner - best D man when it comes to pure defense
Poti - old, slow, etc
Carlson - keystone cop...i have no clue what happened to him
Schultz - lol...soft serve ice cream
Kundratek - too young right now...needs to be in the AHL
Backstrom - not sure what is going on, but his timing is off...i believe he will rebound
Beagle - he is what he is, a good 3rd line center
Brouwer - should be wearing the C, he comes to play every night and not afraid to mix it up
Chimera - same old Chimera, fast, no hands, but glad he is on the team
Crabb - he hustles, but who cares
Fehr - playing strong and has not been too bad
Hendricks - always need players like this, he is a good energy guy
Johannson - regressed, soft, terrible
OVechkin - his last couple games have been good...but at 10 million, I need more than good
Perrault - see Johannson
Ribiero - high risk, high reward...makes plays, but turns over the puck way too much..but would have loved to see him pass to Semin
Ward - playing great, he might be another candidate for the C...his only drawback is the money he gets paid, but that is not his fault
Wolski - fast, but not a fan of him on the top 2 lines...
Neuvy - should be starting, no question
Holtby - can get hot, but we do not have time this season
Too sum it up...our supposed stars are sucking...and you cannot win with 3rd and 4th line guys...
Jackie Robinson isn't dirty. This isn't Pack Pride.
Agree with your assessment of everyone except Brouwer. He hits, but is a passenger too much in the top 6 and seems to float sometimes, and his hands are worse than Chimera's, Friday's snipe notwithstanding.
Look on the bright side, if you can stand to attend the games, the StubHub prices are going to be dirt cheap. Season ticket holder nightmare.
thanks for the reminder sugarmag
I am sure to be out money this year
I know, this is terrible.
Everything we had going for us has been completely squandered.
When was the last time tickets to a weekend game against Pittsburgh were less than $60 the night before, as they were last night?
I'm just glad that like 95% of my account is paid off at this point. It's a sunk cost to me and whatever I get back is a bonus.
I'm really interested to see what the renewal rates look like this year, and if Ted tries to gouge us even more. I'm undecided on whether or not to do it at this point, if prices stay the same or go up.
What are the chances we can get a late first rounder for Ribiero?
Backstrom Gnome giveaway tomorrow night. Fitting given his play this season.
Tons of tickets still available on the team site.
Awesome, Keep Rockin' the Red!
Get on your feet, Caps fans! Unleash the fury!
That jersey number is so fitting b/c Wes is a zero.
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