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Jet Lag - Game #43
#21
Gio gets a hs penalty.
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#22
Gio in the sin-bin for high-sticking Ehlers

The Chad coming up big on the PK
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#23
Kind of a normal first period for the Flames. Lotsa chances, no finish.
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#24
I am wanting to see goals from Bennett & Versteeg tonight...., as well as Tkachuk extending his streak!!
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#25
(2017-01-09, 08:33 PM)FlameFilosi4 Wrote: Worried about Gio. He has looked awful so far. Don't know what the issue is.

Maybe Engelland has convinced him LV is a great place to live.
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#26
I haven't been impressed with the no see-um passes either. You'd think pros would have a look first. Brodes is skating miles again and not doing much else. That one play on our first PP he's leading the rush and then passes back to Versteeg who is still behind our own blue line. North/South boys and take no prisoners.
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#27
Millions: So after you hammer a guy into the boards, what do you want to do next?
Ferland: You want to beat them up the ice.
Millions: Right. You want to beat them up.
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#28
Brock LOBSTER?
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#29
Brock Lesnar in attendance wearing a Jets jersey...,

Conroy in an interview..
just shut-up & let him talk Rog!!
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#30
I love Conroy's eyes...,
they are saying "shut up & let me answer your dumb question"
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#31
Tkachuk learns you can't just skate through Big Buff
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#32
Hathaway's big hit draws a crowd after the whistle.
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#33
Thorburn comes after Hathaway in retaliation for a hit on Ehlers
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#34
Garney runs Ehlers. Hostility ensues.
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#35
Versteeg with a slick backhand pass to try & set-up Bennett
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#36
THE CHAD!
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#37
Ferland and Bennett just missed connecting on a chance!
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#38
Dougie pinches too deep. The CHAD saves his bacon.
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#39
Wideman takes delay of game.
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#40
Dennis shoots the puck to someone in the crowd. PK time.
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