US wins it all - again and again and again ....

US wins it all - again and again and again ....

Post by Bad Attitud » Fri, 20 Sep 1996 04:00:00


The Great One helped Canada become losers now he will help the Rangers win
the Stanley Cup.

At this rate, the Stanley Cup will never make it back to Canada again.

When a Canadian team finally becomes good enough to the Cup, they go to the
US (like Colorado).

Ha, ha, ha, ha....

USA, USA, USA, USA, USA....

 
 
 

US wins it all - again and again and again ....

Post by bochum2 » Fri, 20 Sep 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

> The Great One helped Canada become losers now he will help the Rangers win
> the Stanley Cup.

> At this rate, the Stanley Cup will never make it back to Canada again.

> When a Canadian team finally becomes good enough to the Cup, they go to the
> US (like Colorado).

> Ha, ha, ha, ha....

> USA, USA, USA, USA, USA....

Does your mother no your wasting time writing on this newsgroup when you
should be doing your grade 7 homework?

 
 
 

US wins it all - again and again and again ....

Post by Nicholas Wint » Fri, 20 Sep 1996 04:00:00

There is no chance in hell the Rangers will win the cup.  Gretzky and Messier
will show the effects of the WC late in the season and will simply be too
worn
down to do anything.  Maybe Adam Graves will finally check in and find the
net - i mean
he was chosen for the WC team as a big favour from Messier.  Then you look
down
the line-up.  Is Kovalev going to show up?  He hasn't for several years - and
might be traded, for Daigle possibly.  Although, frankly, Daigle has more
upside.
Maybe the Rangers have some good young players who can help them - but
their leaders who are aged will be even more withered from the WC tourney
by season's end.

NIc

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Post by Michael R. Eisl » Sat, 21 Sep 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

>The Great One helped Canada become losers now he will help the Rangers win
>the Stanley Cup.

>At this rate, the Stanley Cup will never make it back to Canada again.

>When a Canadian team finally becomes good enough to the Cup, they go to the
>US (like Colorado).

You mean like the Montreal Canadiens? Haven't checked for sure, but the Habs
probably have more Cups than all the U.S. teams combined.
--
-Mike Eisler                    NFS group

 
 
 

US wins it all - again and again and again ....

Post by Ronald Salahu » Sun, 22 Sep 1996 04:00:00


Quote:


> >When a Canadian team finally becomes good enough to the Cup, they go to the
> >US (like Colorado).
> You mean like the Montreal Canadiens? Haven't checked for sure, but the Habs
> probably have more Cups than all the U.S. teams combined.

Well, first of all, Mr. Attitude made a poor assumption...much of what
assisted the Avalanche in getting to the Cup occurred in the last
season...and let's face it, one of those things wouldn't have happened
had the Avalanche still been the Nordiques.

It was basically two things...the Uwe Krupp injury (believe it or not!)
and the Patrick Roy tirade.

Had Krupp not been injured on Opening Night, the team would NOT, I think,
have taken the "desperate" action they did in acquiring Sandis Ozolinsh
from the Sharks for Owen Nolan...and the Avalanche needed a
point-defenseman far more than a fairly good power forward, which is,
IIRC, what Adam Deadmarsh is going to be *anyway* (if he isn't already).

This also gave the Avalanche the added benefit of having an excellent
regular season despite only six games from their best all-around
defenseman (IMHO...you may *prefer* Ozolinsh or Lefebvre, I don't)...and
his re-addition just in time for the playoffs was a big boost for the
team, which was pretty good already.

Uwe Krupp...more than just a Stanley Cup-winning goal.