Little Kurdistan @ Vancouver - 7:00 SPAC

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Re: Little Kurdistan @ Vancouver - 7:00 SPAC

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I am just so happy seeing Kassian play the way he is now. To be honest I had almost no faith in him for a while but he is starting to play with confidence now :D
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Hamhuis, how many chances is he going to get on that PP? As bad as Edler has played since coming back from injury, you have to believe he may have buried at least one of those chances Hamhuis whiffed. :bang: :bang:

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Perfect shot by Weise and perfect tip by Higgins.

That's something we haven't seen any of our top 6 do.

Has Kesler had ANY tipped goals this season?
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Does Kassian actually get better when his helmet is off?
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mathonwy wrote:Does Kassian actually get better when his helmet is off?
Channelling his inner MacTavish
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LotusBlossom wrote:
mathonwy wrote:Does Kassian actually get better when his helmet is off?
Channelling his inner MacTavish
We need to be riding Kassian like a donkey.

I wanna see Kassian on the ice for > 20 minutes.
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mathonwy wrote:
LotusBlossom wrote:
mathonwy wrote:Does Kassian actually get better when his helmet is off?
Channelling his inner MacTavish
We need to be riding Kassian like a donkey.

I wanna see Kassian on the ice for > 20 minutes.
He is playing with a ton of confidence. Kid has hands. Just wish he had shot on that 2-on-1.
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It's becoming a real Kassian love-fest around here! Yeah, sure is enjoyable watching the kinds of plays he makes ... always unpredictable and creative. So anti-Sedin.
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5thhorseman wrote:It's becoming a real Kassian love-fest around here! Yeah, sure is enjoyable watching the kinds of plays he makes ... always unpredictable and creative. So anti-Sedin.
Hard to predict because even he doesn't know what he will do..lol
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Our goal scoring prowess is dizzying, I can't handle our high octane offence, too much excitement for one to bear. 3 years running now of this crazy goal scoring onslaught. Can't stand it
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RoyalDude wrote:Our goal scoring prowess is dizzying, I can't handle our high octane offence, too much excitement for one to bear. 3 years running now of this crazy goal scoring onslaught. Can't stand it
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David Booth, no goals in last 13 games. The guy keeps getting better . $4.5 million well spent
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Richardson and Booth on a 2 on 1. What are the chances of that turning into a goal? Is zero to none ballpark?
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We've lost any momentum we had, and it wasn't much to begin with. We are playing this period not to lose. Games against the Preds are always boring, no energy, hard to watch.

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LotusBlossom wrote:
mathonwy wrote:Does Kassian actually get better when his helmet is off?
Channelling his inner MacTavish
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