Easton wrote:relantel wrote:hooking call against malkin with 2;17 to go... come on ENG...
Sorry, but that was a really weak call. He touched, didn't even lift, but touched his hands with his stick for maybe...a half a second.
68forever wrote:all that tallking about the time and it didn't change anything but waste time and give everyone a bigger rest. BUT the pens get the win so I guess I shouldn't complain.
68forever wrote:I'll be the bad guy here...... do we thank LeClair for not playing and falling down creating a turnover for this win or is this simply the young ones getting it done. Although it was Recchi getting two goals. When does the love for good ol Johnny come in or does it? since it seems he's been a favorite to hate lately.
And I question whether Jagr is a team player anymore or ever was. Didn't he decline the captaincy last year as a Ranger... for what reason... he's been in the league 10 years now and still doesn't understand what it means to be a team player maybe. He's an awesome player to watch and would be great for a team that needs to add 1 more piece to a Stanley Cup team like with the Pens in the 90's, but he's not going to be a cornerstone anymore, nor was he ever with us -- and he proved that by ditching us when he could and times were tough.
LONG LIVE SIDNEY THE KING!!!
Deas wrote:Good game by the Pens! Now, if only the Islanders could start losing. Why are they doing this good? =)
SportsFan wrote:Ryan Hollweg and Colton Orr are in, so Therrien won't dress wither Cairns or Roy.. Pittsburgh will be punished physically tonight..
Gaucho wrote:Pffffft. His personality aside, Jagr was a great and he still is a great player. The fact that some people can't get over the fact that he is no longer a Penguin doesn't change that.
the wicked child wrote:I think it's time to give up the booing. Unfortuantely, in Pittsburgh, once they get it in their ehad to boo someone, it is for life.
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