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  1. NK55 strain of the flu
  2. something for thought in game five for the wings I did not see one face off where someone wasn't thrown out. in game seven with Boston, in the first period the were 15 face offs, no one thrown out.
  4. if there was no bias in this series, then why the NBC "star" cam only on crosby? why all the cosby and pen commercials? from both nbc and the league.
  5. for honnor We few, we happy few, we band of brothers; For he to-day that sheds his blood with me Shall be my brother; be he ne'er so vile, This day shall gentle his condition; And gentlemen in Detroit now-a-bed Shall think themselves accurs'd they were not here, And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks That fought with us upon Lord Stanley's day.
  6. from another site "Calls Don't Matter The losing team just played bad. How can anyone claim that seriously? Ever notice how the team ripped by the bad calls always seems to play bad? Maybe there is a connection? Maybe a team can't do what they want if they get whistled for every little thing, or maybe the other team is able to do more because they're not getting whistled for anything? Anybody who thinks refs can't control a game simply needs to remember back when the Pistons played the Cavs 2-3 years ago. The Pistons won the first game by 20 and the second game by 30. They go to Cleveland and somehow the Cavs win by 20. People, that's a FIFTY POINT DIFFERENTIAL. No way were the teams 50 points apart from one game to the next. In Detroit, the Pistons D got the close calls and Lebron had to play by most of the rules. In Cleveland, the Cavs got the close calls and Lebron could break dance and charge all he wanted. The refs certainly had a HUGE effect on the games. It might not be 50 points in hockey, but an inconsistently cheap call to let a team score a winning goal in the 3rd period certainly has an effect. Closing their eyes to six men on the ice, which led to a team scoring the winning goal certainly had an effect on the game. Throwing a team's most physical player out of the game for a LEGAL check, after not originally even calling a minor penalty, certainly has an effect on the game. Missing an obvious interference on a team's best defensive player on the play the game-winning goal was scored certainly has an effect on the game. Taking away a goal because the ref said he INTENDED to blow his whistle certainly has an effect on the game. These were all things where ONE GOAL decided the game. And all were set up by bad calls. Not 50/50 calls, but INCREDIBLY BAD calls. I'm hardly even notiving the NON-calls, like Pavel getting elbowed to the head last night and his helmet ripped off, or the Wing who got nailed behind the goal and even the announcers said it should've been a penalty. "
  7. What is best in life? Conan: To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of their fans.
  8. ESPN News anchors- "That's Justin Abdelkader, he has two goals, that's two more than Sidney Crosby this series"
  11. Great! they need to play "Train Kept A-rolling" every time he hits someone.
  12. 55 cus he's a little bit bader than fiddy
  13. steve yzerman hat trick: 1. Put C on chest and lead by example 2. when team doubts, put team on back and win regular season. 3. when team doubts, put team on back and win Stanley Cup. 4. retire and give all credit to others and none to self.