LEAFS WON CONVINCINGLY: LEAFS 8, SHARKS 3, IN GAME 4

LEAFS WON CONVINCINGLY: LEAFS 8, SHARKS 3, IN GAME 4

Post by Min J. Ya » Tue, 10 May 1994 22:06:46


Toronto Maple Leafs again demonstrated their total domination in the series
against Sharks.  It was such a great game to watch.  It seemed that the
Sharks had finally waken up the sleeping giant and they were paying for it,
ultimately by losing the series to the Leafs.  The following were some facts
of the game:
Toronto got two goals in three power play.
Toronto had two short-handed goals, three in total in the series.
Gilmour had 1 goal and 4 assists in the game even with a ankle injury.
Big # 14 had started scoring in this series.
Of course the final score: Leafs 8, Sharks 3.
After all, Toronto is a better team.

It was a big day for Toronto's sports fans.  Blue Jay won by a score of 3-1
and Team Canada took the world hockey title with a score of 2-1 ot over
Finland.

Go Leafs, Go!
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LEAFS WON CONVINCINGLY: LEAFS 8, SHARKS 3, IN GAME 4

Post by Stephen Hector (Bedford HS » Tue, 10 May 1994 22:52:43


Quote:
>Toronto Maple Leafs again demonstrated their total domination in the series
>against Sharks.  It was such a great game to watch.  It seemed that the
>Sharks had finally waken up the sleeping giant and they were paying for it,
>ultimately by losing the series to the Leafs.  The following were some facts
>of the game:
>Toronto got two goals in three power play.
>Toronto had two short-handed goals, three in total in the series.
>Gilmour had 1 goal and 4 assists in the game even with a ankle injury.
>Big # 14 had started scoring in this series.
>Of course the final score: Leafs 8, Sharks 3.
>After all, Toronto is a better team.

>It was a big day for Toronto's sports fans.  Blue Jay won by a score of 3-1
>and Team Canada took the world hockey title with a score of 2-1 ot over
>Finland.

>Go Leafs, Go!
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>Min J. Yang (MJ)
>Department of Chemistry, University of Waterloo
>Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3G1
>(519)885-1211 (x6940)
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Dont go jumping the gun min!  I've noticed a few things with the sharks this
year in the playoffs...#1-Irbe always rebounds with a pretty good
performance after a blowout. #2-The sharks usually win after a blowout (I
think detroit fans know all about this), #3-The shark Tank is a madhouse
BTW:I'm not a big shark fan yet, but it's hard not to be!
well good luck to both teams!
seeeeya

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LEAFS WON CONVINCINGLY: LEAFS 8, SHARKS 3, IN GAME 4

Post by David Coh » Wed, 11 May 1994 03:15:32

Toronto Maple Leafs again demonstrated their total domination in the series
against Sharks.  It was such a great game to watch.  It seemed that the
Sharks had finally waken up the sleeping giant and they were paying for it,
ultimately by losing the series to the Leafs.  The following were some facts
of the game:
Toronto got two goals in three power play.
Toronto had two short-handed goals, three in total in the series.
Gilmour had 1 goal and 4 assists in the game even with a ankle injury.
Big # 14 had started scoring in this series.
Of course the final score: Leafs 8, Sharks 3.
After all, Toronto is a better team.

It was a big day for Toronto's sports fans.  Blue Jay won by a score of 3-1
and Team Canada took the world hockey title with a score of 2-1 ot over
Finland.

Go Leafs, Go!
This is Bill Berg and I think you are totally right.  It was a good game last
night and Michael HOLLETT AND I ARE AT DAVID COHENS DESK AT METRO HOPING THAT
MICHAEL WILL WIN THE BET BETWEEN NOW MAGAZINE OF TORONTO AND METRO MAGAZINE
OF SAN JOSE.
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LEAFS WON CONVINCINGLY: LEAFS 8, SHARKS 3, IN GAME 4

Post by Michael Guid » Wed, 11 May 1994 05:43:45


Quote:

>Toronto Maple Leafs again demonstrated their total domination in the series
>against Sharks.  It was such a great game to watch.  It seemed that the

While I'm pulling for the leafs, I think if they were dominating so totally, the
series score would be a little more lopsided :)
 
 
 

LEAFS WON CONVINCINGLY: LEAFS 8, SHARKS 3, IN GAME 4

Post by Jim Budl » Wed, 11 May 1994 06:36:49


Quote:

>Toronto Maple Leafs again demonstrated their total domination in the series
>against Sharks.

Total domination?

Series TIED 2-2.

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LEAFS WON CONVINCINGLY: LEAFS 8, SHARKS 3, IN GAME 4

Post by Adrian Ear » Wed, 11 May 1994 06:14:53


Quote:
>Toronto Maple Leafs again demonstrated their total domination in the series
>against Sharks.  It was such a great game to watch.  It seemed that the
>Sharks had finally waken up the sleeping giant and they were paying for it,
>ultimately by losing the series to the Leafs.  The following were some facts
>of the game:
>Toronto got two goals in three power play.
>Toronto had two short-handed goals, three in total in the series.
>Gilmour had 1 goal and 4 assists in the game even with a ankle injury.
>Big # 14 had started scoring in this series.
>Of course the final score: Leafs 8, Sharks 3.
>After all, Toronto is a better team.

A couple of things to note that bode well for the leafs:

Wendel Clark actually hit somebody HARD!!!!  Its about time he started
playing like the captain.

Bill Berg is really starting to***off Larianov and he's losing his
concentration.

Toronto is strating to use their size advantage to really pound
the Sharks - especially their defen***.  If you don't think this
is important ask Suter and Chelios.  They were dead in game 6.

The Sharks are getting angry and losing their cool and taking shots at
the Leafs.  This in turn pisses off the Leafs.  The Leafs play MUCH MUCH
better when they are mad/hate their opponents.  The Leafs (actually any
NORRIS division team) KNOW how to play the mean dirty vicious kind of
hockey that wins playoffs.  The Sharks don't.

However this does not mean the Leafs are going to win easily.  San Jose
has shown remarkable ability to rebound from a bad game.  Detroit learned
that.  

Leafs in 7.

Adrian

 
 
 

LEAFS WON CONVINCINGLY: LEAFS 8, SHARKS 3, IN GAME 4

Post by Derek LeLa » Wed, 11 May 1994 11:31:33


Quote:
>Toronto Maple Leafs again demonstrated their total domination in the series
>against Sharks.  It was such a great game to watch.  It seemed that the
>Sharks had finally waken up the sleeping giant and they were paying for it,
>ultimately by losing the series to the Leafs.  The following were some facts
>of the game:
>After all, Toronto is a better team.

Funny how we didn't hear from you after game 3, though no doubt that was
because the Leafs "didn't show up" for that one.  How nice of them.
Just keep on like this, and maybe if there's any justice you'll end up like
the Wings fans did.  They get to repeat "After all, we were the better team"
to themselves all summer.

Derek [go sharks!]
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LEAFS WON CONVINCINGLY: LEAFS 8, SHARKS 3, IN GAME 4

Post by Anna Matya » Wed, 11 May 1994 20:36:39

On 09-May-94 in LEAFS WON CONVINCINGLY: LEA..

Quote:
>Toronto Maple Leafs again demonstrated their total domination in the series
>against Sharks.  It was such a great game to watch.  It seemed that the
>Sharks had finally waken up the sleeping giant and they were paying for it,
>ultimately by losing the series to the Leafs.  

With the exception of Game 4 I've seen no evidence that Toronto has had total
domination over the Sharks.  If that was the case the series would be over
by now.

Anna

 
 
 

LEAFS WON CONVINCINGLY: LEAFS 8, SHARKS 3, IN GAME 4

Post by Merton Smit » Thu, 12 May 1994 14:26:15

Leafs down 5-2 going into third period game 5.  they better dominate in 6 and
7 or they'll be dominating the putting green  soon.
 
 
 

LEAFS WON CONVINCINGLY: LEAFS 8, SHARKS 3, IN GAME 4

Post by Tim Irv » Thu, 12 May 1994 23:53:39


Quote:



>>Toronto Maple Leafs again demonstrated their total domination in the series
>>against Sharks.

>Total domination?

>Series TIED 2-2.

Nope.  The team which is being dominated has a 3-2 series lead.

Tim Irvin, Programmer/Analyst/Dinosaur Jockey
Lockheed Missiles and Space Co., Inc., Sunnyvale, California
Proud Warrior of the GenX Army--13th Brigade, Division #100865
***** all standard disclaimers apply *****
SOFTBALL '94--Games:  2  Team Record: 1-1  Tim's Batting Avg: .667

 
 
 

LEAFS WON CONVINCINGLY: LEAFS 8, SHARKS 3, IN GAME 4

Post by Mikhail V. Solod » Fri, 13 May 1994 02:58:28

Quote:




>>>Toronto Maple Leafs again demonstrated their total domination in the series
>>>against Sharks.

    I wonder what those Toronto fans say now.        
    Actually, I am surprised the Leafs were able to
    win a couple of games. It could have been a sweep.
    Michael.
 
 
 

LEAFS WON CONVINCINGLY: LEAFS 8, SHARKS 3, IN GAME 4

Post by Andrew W. Korb » Thu, 12 May 1994 07:55:32

Quote:

>This is Bill Berg and I think you are totally right.  It was a good game last
>night and Michael HOLLETT AND I ARE AT DAVID COHENS DESK AT METRO HOPING THAT
>MICHAEL WILL WIN THE BET BETWEEN NOW MAGAZINE OF TORONTO AND METRO MAGAZINE
>OF SAN JOSE.

Mr. Berg,

Here is a Helpful Hockey Hint from the Internet:  Next time you trip over
the blue line, please use your hands and not your face to break the fall.
I know you don't make your living from either, but I can vouch that the
former is less painful.

Just trying to help...  8^)
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 Dr.D [The Devils Advocate]