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  1. #21

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafs View Post
    Tonight is the start for Ottawa / nj

    LETS GO SENATORS !!!!




    *cant root for a team that invented the trap and brought hockey to that evil time )
    Ya Ottawa just made it past them 5-4



    Jamie

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    1996 GMC Sierra SLE 1500 5.7L/4L60E

  2. #22

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    Stars are out. Crazy series.

    Steve
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  3. #23

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    Your Dallas Stars....


    Barch, Krys- Guelph, Ontario
    Barnes, Stu- Spruce Grove, Alberta
    Baumgartner, Nolan- Calgary, Alberta
    Boucher, Philippe- St. Appolinaire, Quebec
    Daley, Trevor- Toronto, Ontario
    Eriksson, Loui - Goteborg, Sweden
    Grossman, Niklas- Stockholm, Sweden
    Hagman, Niklas- Espoo, Finland
    Halpern, Jeff - Potomac, MD
    Jokinen, Jussi- Kalajoki, Finland
    Klemm, Jon- Calgary, Alberta
    Lehtinen, Jere- Espoo, Finland
    Lindros, Eric- London, Ontario
    Lundqvist, Joel- Are, Sweden
    Miettinen, Antti - Hämeenlinna, Finland
    Modano, Mike- Livonia, MI
    Morrow, Brenden- Carlyle, Saskatchewan
    Nagy, Ladislav- Saca, Slovakia
    Norstrom, Mattias- Stockholm, Sweden
    Ott, Steve- Summerside, PEI
    Ribeiro, Mike- Montreal, Quebec
    Robidas, Stephane- Sherbrooke, Quebec
    Smith, Mike- Kingston, Ontario
    Sydor, Darryl- Edmonton, Alberta
    Turco, Marty- Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.
    Zubov, Sergei- Moscow, Russia
    Barnaby, Matthew- Ottawa, Ontario
    Stefan, Patrik- Pribram, Czech Republic

    15 out of 28 players are Canadian...thats rather odd...hmmm
    Can we have our players back now...LOL

  4. #24

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    Well the Vancouver Canucks are out its all up to the Ottawa Senators now. Last Canadian team in...
    They just beat New Jersey Devils tonight to move on to eastern conference finals!


    GO Sens GO!!!!

  5. #25

    Default Sabres Eliminate Rangers, Will Host Sens

    The Buffalo Sabres are back in the Eastern Conference final thanks to a four-goal second period that led the east's top team past the New York Rangers in a 5-4 Game 6. Chris Drury had a goal and three assists and Dmitri Kalinin, Jason Pominville and Jochen Hecht joined in on the offensive onslaught that lasted 9:46.
    Michael Nylander gave New York a 1-0 advantage in the first period, Paul Mara tied it in the second, and Jaromir Jagr brought back the Rangers within 4-3. Hecht added his second of the game with 5:10 left. Daniel Briere, co-captain with Drury, had three assists of his own. Nylander struck again in the late stages with the Rangers' third power-play goal to make it 5-4 with 2:59 remaining, but it just wasn't enough against the NHL's highest-scoring team.
    That Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller made 32 and Henrik Lundqvist only stopped 24 didn't hurt things for Buffalo, who handed the Rangers their first home loss in the playoff in what was ultimately their last home game.
    The Sabres eliminated the New York Islanders in the first round and after two in-state series will now prepare to face the Ottawa Senators for the right to advance to the Stanley Cup final and considering the team posted the league's best regular-season record, anything less will be a certain disappointment.
    To exorcise those demons though, Drury and the Sabres must erase last year's bitter memories of losing Game 7 at Carolina against the eventual Cup champions.

  6. #26

    Default Ok folks now we're down too...

    2007 STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS CONFERENCE FINAL SERIES COVERAGE

    Eastern Conference:
    No. 1 Sabres vs. No. 4 Senators

    Western Conference:
    No. 1 Red Wings vs. No. 2 Ducks

  7. #27

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cableguy View Post
    2007 STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS CONFERENCE FINAL SERIES COVERAGE

    Eastern Conference:
    No. 1 Sabres vs. No. 4 Senators

    Western Conference:
    No. 1 Red Wings vs. No. 2 Ducks

    Whats going on in Ducky land. Detroit is poised...
    Poor Buffalo right to the edge again. Can they buy some MOJO

  8. #28

    Default Ok here it is kids. Down to the final 2 teams

    OTTAWA SENATORS vs. ANAHEIM DUCKS



  9. #29

    Default We'll give you game 1


    Ducks Take Game 1



    Travis Moen scored the game winner on Monday night as the Anaheim Ducks took Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final with a 3-2 come-from-behind victory over the Ottawa Senators.
    Moen scored with just 2:51 remaining. Andy McDonald and Ryan Getzlaf scored Anaheim's other goals.
    "It's huge," said Moen. "I think every kid dreams of scoring a goal to win a game in the Stanley Cup final. It's something special, something I'll never forget."
    Mike Fisher and Wade Redden both scored on the power-play for Ottawa.
    Senators coach Bryan Murray admits his team was outplayed.
    "They had the majority of the (scoring chances) and their checking line wound up getting the winning goal," he said. "That was the game in a nutshell."
    Game 2 is set for Wednesday.

  10. #30

    Default Sens Get On The Board With Game 3 Cup Final Win

    A return to the nation's capital was good for what ailed the Ottawa Senators.
    On the brink of an all but devastating 3-0 series deficit in the Stanley Cup final, the Sens rallied late in Game 3 Saturday night in what ended as a 5-3 win over the Anaheim Ducks. A disputed goal by captain Daniel Alfredsson and a gift for Dean McAmmond in a 2:20 span of the second period were crucial in the win and cut Anaheim's lead in the best-of-seven series to 2-1 with Game 4 set for Monday night at Scotiabank Place.
    Alfredsson's goal stood up after a long video review when a point shot redirected off his skate and past Jean-Sebastien Giguere to tie the game. The goal was initially waved off.
    "I felt it was a goal all along," said Alfredsson. "To me, it felt like I never kicked the puck. I never lifted my foot."
    A similar goal gave Ottawa the lead when McAmmond's centring pass was accidentally knocked into the net sending the sell-out crowd of 20,500 into hysterics. After managing just two goals in the first two games in the series, the Senators finally showed more life than their opponents.
    "The first two game we didn't have our legs," said Sens forward Chris Kelly. "For us to be successful we need to get in the forecheck and in the their zone, and I thought we did better job tonight."
    Anton Volchenkov's goal 8:22 into the final period sealed the victory.

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