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Postby Grasshopper » 19 Mar 2004, 10:36

Who's gonna win this year? I think Ottawa has a strong chance. But anybody but Toronto or New Jersey or Detroit would be ok.


Let's go Sens......
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Postby OldToeSave » 19 Mar 2004, 11:19

I may be able to get big screen action up at ChitChat. Why don't you fans talk it up on this board and I'll show the boss how many people could be interested. I mentioned it yesterday and he said that only Canadians would want it. Help me prove to him that buying a satellite would be in his best interests. We'll get something set-up in time for The National Anthem.

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Postby Grasshopper » 19 Mar 2004, 11:23

Americans like hockey as well.........Most teams are there. Used to go to Taichung to watch games. Maybe Brass Monkey'll have games...
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Postby ski » 19 Mar 2004, 12:08

Oilers! :lol:
All the way! :lol:

There going to make a come back. :lol:

Mark my words!!!

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(PS don't hold me to my prediction. It's hard to accept reality)
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Postby sticks of fury » 19 Mar 2004, 21:09

Favorite: Sens
Underdogs: Flames or Sharks
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Postby OldToeSave » 19 Mar 2004, 21:26

sticks of fury wrote:Favorite: Sens
Underdogs: Flames or Sharks


Flames are gonna make the PS? :noway: They have not won a PS series since winning the cup in what....'89? Oh that your prediction could be true.
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Postby sticks of fury » 20 Mar 2004, 12:35

Stewart Pendous wrote:
sticks of fury wrote:Favorite: Sens
Underdogs: Flames or Sharks


Flames are gonna make the PS? :noway: They have not won a PS series since winning the cup in what....'89? Oh that your prediction could be true.


Well, Calgary has the ingredients for a good run. A good coach, solid players with not a lot of sissy superstars, an excellent goalie who has seen some limited but intense playoff games. I would say they are like the NJ devils of the west. :D Anyways, streaks are meant to be broken.
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Postby ski » 20 Mar 2004, 13:07

Oilers 2 points out. Flames Beat Nashville on Sunday (here) Edmonton wins against San Jose. Kings lose to Detroit. Here we go.

8 in a row with out losing. There hot. Could make oa go of it. Especially with Colorado really not being able to win a game as of late.


Short of an Edmonton Miracle I'll take the Canucks, Sens, Leafs, then The Flames.


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Postby sticks of fury » 20 Apr 2004, 22:12

Canucks got knocked out.

Calgary advances to the second round.

Montreal comes back from a 3-1 games deficit.

Tomorrow we'll find out the Ottawa / Toronto game 7 winner.
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where can i watch the Leafs in taichung?

Postby Tsung » 22 Apr 2004, 10:40

for all who predicted the sens, it's too bad. the leafs have their number, but philly has the leafs number so now I'm scared. I'm living large in toronto right now, basking in the glow of victory, but I'll be in taiwan for the rest of the playoffs. just wondering if anyone knows of a place to get some beers and enjoy some hockey action in taichung.

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