Leafs win again!

Leafs win again!

Post by Cordial Bo » Fri, 31 Dec 1999 04:00:00


The Leafs knocked off the Isle tonight by a 2-1 score taking up right
where they left off before Christmas when they went into the Yule
Tide break secure in the knowledge that they are the best team in the
League.  Tonight's win was the sixth in the row.

Mats Sundin is the best centre in the NHL.
Jonas Hoglund is the most improved player.
Curtis Joseph is the best goalie in the world.
Tomas Kaberle is the best young d-man in the game.
Tie Domi is the toughest player in the league.
Pat Quinn is the best coach and the best GM.

Look for the Leafs to finish the season with about 110 points and a
Stanley Cup.

cordially, as always,

rm

 
 
 

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Post by Brian Scula » Fri, 31 Dec 1999 04:00:00

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> Mats Sundin is the best centre in the NHL.

Nope...I'd take Forsberg, Sakic, Yzerman or Lindros over him.

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> Jonas Hoglund is the most improved player.

Yes, he's been great.

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> Curtis Joseph is the best goalie in the world.

Possibly.

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> Tomas Kaberle is the best young d-man in the game.

Watch Tom Poti of the Oilers...

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> Tie Domi is the toughest player in the league.

Ha ha ha ha! Georges Laraque is THE toughest hombre in the NHL.

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> Pat Quinn is the best coach and the best GM.

Puh-leeze, Scotty Bowman is the best Coach.

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> Look for the Leafs to finish the season with about 110 points and a
> Stanley Cup.

Sorry, not this Year. I still believe Dallas or Detroit will win it all.
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> cordially, as always,


 
 
 

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Post by Alex Godda » Fri, 31 Dec 1999 04:00:00

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>Mats Sundin is the best centre in the NHL.
>Jonas Hoglund is the most improved player.

I thought Tomas Hoglund was?

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>Curtis Joseph is the best goalie in the world.

Not while Hasek breathes

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>Tie Domi is the toughest player in the league.

HA!  He's never been the champ.

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>Look for the Leafs to finish the season with about 110 points and a
>Stanley Cup.

...in the year 2134
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Post by Steve Olso » Fri, 31 Dec 1999 04:00:00


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> Mats Sundin is the best centre in the NHL.
> Jonas Hoglund is the most improved player.
> Curtis Joseph is the best goalie in the world.
> Tomas Kaberle is the best young d-man in the game.
> Tie Domi is the toughest player in the league.
> Pat Quinn is the best coach and the best GM.

Roger Maynard is the best troll in the world. :-P

- Steve

 
 
 

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Post by Marshall Willenholle » Fri, 31 Dec 1999 04:00:00


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> Tie Domi is the toughest player in the league.

( know this is a troll, but...)

Anyone who saw that last Toronto home game against Philly knows
otherwise.  :->

Hey Tie, why don't you run and hide from two players in one fight, and
then double up on the smallest guy on the team.  This guy has gone
from one of the toughest guys in the league to an object of ridicule.
He has no pride left at all, does he?

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Post by Cordial Bo » Sat, 01 Jan 2000 04:00:00


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>> Tie Domi is the toughest player in the league.
>( know this is a troll, but...)
>Anyone who saw that last Toronto home game against Philly knows
>otherwise.  :->
>Hey Tie, why don't you run and hide from two players in one fight,

Was he supposed to fight both at the same time?

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>and then double up on the smallest guy on the team.  This guy has
>gone from one of the toughest guys in the league to an object of
>ridicule.  He has no pride left at all, does he?

Tie Domi is not only the toughest player in the league but he is the
enforcer on the best team in the league.  Methinks that's something
to be proud of.

cordially, as always,

rm

 
 
 

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Post by Marshall Willenholle » Mon, 03 Jan 2000 04:00:00


Quote:

>>Anyone who saw that last Toronto home game against Philly knows
>>otherwise.  :->

>>Hey Tie, why don't you run and hide from two players in one fight,

>Was he supposed to fight both at the same time?

Sorry, dude.  He ran away from them in succession.  They weren't trying to
double up on him.  But maybe it gave him the idea to double up on the
smallest player on the Flyers?  :->

The guy is washed up, give up on him.

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Post by Jare » Mon, 03 Jan 2000 04:00:00

Opps, sorry they lost 8-1 to Buffalo that was fresh off their 7-2 loss to
Detroit.
 
 
 

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Post by Cordial Bo » Mon, 03 Jan 2000 04:00:00

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>Sorry, dude.  He ran away from them in succession.  They weren't
>trying to double up on him.  But maybe it gave him the idea to
>double up on the smallest player on the Flyers?  >->

Sorry, dude.  But you didn't watch the game or you are lying.

cordially, as always,

rm

 
 
 

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Post by Marshall Willenholle » Wed, 05 Jan 2000 04:00:00


Quote:

> >Sorry, dude.  He ran away from them in succession.  They weren't
> >trying to double up on him.  But maybe it gave him the idea to
> >double up on the smallest player on the Flyers?  >->

> Sorry, dude.  But you didn't watch the game or you are lying.

Lol.  Neither.

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Post by Marshall Willenholle » Wed, 05 Jan 2000 04:00:00


Quote:

> >Sorry, dude.  He ran away from them in succession.  They weren't
> >trying to double up on him.  But maybe it gave him the idea to
> >double up on the smallest player on the Flyers?  >->

> Sorry, dude.  But you didn't watch the game or you are lying.

From ESPN.com:

"Toronto enforcer Tie Domi, who had earlier rebuffed challenges from
McCarthy and Berube, got involved as the third man in a scuffle
between teammate Tomas Kaberle and Philadelphia's Adam Burt."

Hmmm.  Pretty much backs me up, doesn't it?

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Post by Cordial Bo » Wed, 05 Jan 2000 04:00:00

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>> >Sorry, dude.  He ran away from them in succession.  They weren't
>> >trying to double up on him.  But maybe it gave him the idea to
>> >double up on the smallest player on the Flyers?  >->

>> Sorry, dude.  But you didn't watch the game or you are lying.

> From ESPN.com:
> "Toronto enforcer Tie Domi, who had earlier rebuffed challenges from
> McCarthy and Berube, got involved as the third man in a scuffle
> between teammate Tomas Kaberle and Philadelphia's Adam Burt."
> Hmmm.  Pretty much backs me up, doesn't it?

Sorry dude.  It was McCarthy and Berube (I believe) who both backed
Domi into a corner while his hands were spread out.  McCarthy and
Berube have absolutely zip to do with Kaberle and Burt so it doesn't
back me up at all.  But I noticed that you had to look the game up so
it is clear to me that you didn't see the game.

Go back to sleep.

cordially, as always,

rm

 
 
 

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Post by Marshall Willenholle » Wed, 05 Jan 2000 04:00:00


Quote:




> >> >Sorry, dude.  He ran away from them in succession.  They weren't
> >> >trying to double up on him.  But maybe it gave him the idea to
> >> >double up on the smallest player on the Flyers?  >->

> >> Sorry, dude.  But you didn't watch the game or you are lying.

> > From ESPN.com:

> > "Toronto enforcer Tie Domi, who had earlier rebuffed challenges
from
> > McCarthy and Berube, got involved as the third man in a scuffle
> > between teammate Tomas Kaberle and Philadelphia's Adam Burt."

> > Hmmm.  Pretty much backs me up, doesn't it?

> Sorry dude.  It was McCarthy and Berube (I believe) who both backed
> Domi into a corner while his hands were spread out.

Nope.  Berube was chasing Domi while he was running away, then
McCarthey pulled Berube back to get at him himself.  They never
doubled up, but Domi ran the whole time.  He even hid behind his
teammates.

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> McCarthy and
> Berube have absolutely zip to do with Kaberle and Burt so it doesn't
> back me up at all.

They have to do with the fact that Domi is just about the only player
that I've seen in the league in the last ten years start to hit and
kick a player who was already wrapped up with someone else.  That is
doubling up.

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> But I noticed that you had to look the game up so
> it is clear to me that you didn't see the game.

Lol.  You're desperate aren't you?  The fact that ESPN had my story
and was directly oppossed to your story doesn't bother you at all?

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> Go back to sleep.

Hmmm.  Lame insults to try and deflect the attention of your loss of
this argument.  Well done.

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Post by Cordial Bo » Wed, 05 Jan 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

> Nope.  Berube was chasing Domi while he was running away, then
> McCarthey pulled Berube back to get at him himself.  They never
> doubled up, but Domi ran the whole time.  He even hid behind his
> teammates.

You didn't see the game.  Go back to sleep...

cordially, as always,

rm

 
 
 

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Post by Marshall Willenholle » Wed, 05 Jan 2000 04:00:00


Quote:

> > Nope.  Berube was chasing Domi while he was running away, then
> > McCarthey pulled Berube back to get at him himself.  They never
> > doubled up, but Domi ran the whole time.  He even hid behind his
> > teammates.

> You didn't see the game.

I, and millions of others, saw the wuss Domi embarass himself.

(Regardless of how many times you say it didn't happen.  At least
you've seemed to convince yourself)

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