Game 34: Flamers v Bruins (12/17/13)

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    Alright who's the weisenhiemer that went onto NESN and voted for "Youngblood" as best hockey movie ?

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    I liked Youngblood better than the Mighty Ducks! I'll take "Tea with Miss McGill" over the stupid "Knucklepuck!" 1000x more. 

     
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    Re: Game 34: Flamers v Bruins (12/17/13)

    wally - keep dreaming

     

     
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    So far Berra has been playing well, but man there's been some juicy rebounds that I wish the B's would get some puck luck & cash in on. Really like Spooner's game especially in his own end. Would love to see him get rewarded tonight. 

     
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    Re: Game 34: Flamers v Bruins (12/17/13)

    Look at that footwork by the big guy down low!

     
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    In response to NeelyOrrBourque's comment:[QUOTE] Alright who's the weisenhiemer that went onto NESN and voted for "Youngblood" as best hockey movie ?

    [/QUOTE] I liked Youngblood better than the Mighty Ducks! [/QUOTE]


    Do you still have your Patrick Swayze "Dirty Dancing" poster ?

    LoL

     
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    Re: Game 34: Flamers v Bruins (12/17/13)

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    So far Berra has been playing well, but man there's been some juicy rebounds that I wish the B's would get some puck luck & cash in on. Really like Spooner's game especially in his own end. Would love to see him get rewarded tonight. 

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    nite, I think you should use more cliches.

     
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    Re: Game 34: Flamers v Bruins (12/17/13)

    Sure had a brutal first shift, did Cunningham.

     
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    Sure had a brutal first shift, did Cunningham.

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    That's a Brick/Beers special right there.  Drives me nuts.

     
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    So far Berra has been playing well, but man there's been some juicy rebounds that I wish the B's would get some puck luck & cash in on. Really like Spooner's game especially in his own end. Would love to see him get rewarded tonight. 

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    nite, I think you should use more cliches.

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    Your parents hated you so much your bath toys were an iron & a toaster. How's that for a cliche'? Up yours! LOL

     
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    In response to NeelyOrrBourque's comment:[QUOTE] Alright who's the weisenhiemer that went onto NESN and voted for "Youngblood" as best hockey movie ?

    [/QUOTE] I liked Youngblood better than the Mighty Ducks! [/QUOTE]


    Do you still have your Patrick Swayze "Dirty Dancing" poster ?

    LoL

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    Don't fawkin insult me like that again Dawg! This is the only poster I had buddy, so get it right biche!

     

     
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    Your parents hated you so much your bath toys were an iron & a toaster. How's that for a cliche'? Up yours! LOL

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    nite, you're a freakin' riot.

     
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    Re: Game 34: Flamers v Bruins (12/17/13)

    Was there a game  thread tonight?

     
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    Just celebrating the start of my holidays my friend. Been a long, long semester.

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    ENJOY jmwaler !

     
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    Re: Game 34: Flamers v Bruins (12/17/13)

    Earliest Hollywood attempt at making a hockey movie.  1937, starring John Wayne of all actors.  Fascinating viewing as a cultural timepiece and a glimpse of how to film on-ice scenes back then, when camera rigs were incredibly bulky and the hand held technique was never implemented.

     
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    Earliest Hollywood attempt at making a hockey movie.  1937, starring John Wayne of all actors.  Fascinating viewing as a cultural timepiece and a glimpse of how to film on-ice scenes back then, when camera rigs were incredibly bulky and the hand held technique was never implemented.

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    Great movie.  You can watch the whole thing online on youtube.  What I thought was hilarious was the wedding night at the end, shot of the happy couple, then a shot of a train going into a tunnel.

     
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    Bruins played a solid game after the first. love some of the Caron comments. Of course the coaches have had him focused on playing responsibly rather than "go for it". Did anyone notice how Campbell's line, with Caron and Cunningham kept the puck in the Flames zone for most of their shift ? Not bad for young semi-rookies.

     
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    Re: Game 34: Flamers v Bruins (12/17/13)

    Yeah, but what about Fraser?

     
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    Re: Game 34: Flamers v Bruins (12/17/13)

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    Bruins played a solid game after the first. love some of the Caron comments. Of course the coaches have had him focused on playing responsibly rather than "go for it". Did anyone notice how Campbell's line, with Caron and Cunningham kept the puck in the Flames zone for most of their shift ? Not bad for young semi-rookies.

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    I personally thought Cunningham lacked creativity and didn't show me that he could win many battles. Maybe I just missed a few plays, but I don't think he's going to pan out.

    Caron? Poor man's Paille at best.

     
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    Earliest Hollywood attempt at making a hockey movie.  1937, starring John Wayne of all actors.  Fascinating viewing as a cultural timepiece and a glimpse of how to film on-ice scenes back then, when camera rigs were incredibly bulky and the hand held technique was never implemented.

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    Great movie.  You can watch the whole thing online on youtube.  What I thought was hilarious was the wedding night at the end, shot of the happy couple, then a shot of a train going into a tunnel.

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    Yup.  Good catch on the ending!  In those days, the studios had to abide by a really strict Production Code on morals, violence, etc., so directors/writers had to find creative ways to get messages across.  That edning was a pretty clever one actually.

     

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