Marty Midnight

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  1. That was Ryan Whitney. I think the would have taken it if Crosby hadn't won the most ever winter olympic medals for one country in overtime. Way to go USA. PS Shout out to my boy Brooks Orpik. Great tourney.
  2. Congratulations. As sad as I was to loose to you guys in todays game, I'm happy for you as a great neighbor. You did a great job in hosting the 2010 games and a great job performing in them. Hail Canada.
  3. Congratulations. As sad as I was to loose to you guys in todays game, I'm happy for you as a great neighbor. You did a great job in hosting the 2010 games and a great job performing in them. Hail Canada.
  4. I'm going to hold to form and say that: I 'personally' think Molsen in cans and cigars is an awesome way to celebrate a gold medal on home soil ...er ather frozen pond. If some body want's to fine them for giving an 18 year old a beer, then they are a jackass. The tournament (woman's) is over and the floors are being swept. The time is then to relish the moment on 'the top' of the mountain, not hiding in a hotel room. If the IOC can't recognize the magnitude of the human moment for it's participants, then it is a jackass too.
  5. I am the Adam Oates of bad taste.
  6. I'm shocked by the amount of hooking going on in a woman's game.
  7. Canada played like we all expected Canada to play for the first time in the tournament, but I don't think you can under estimate the effect of the total collapse in goal by that choking shark looser. That said, Canada is looking good for gold. Yet, you can't count any team out in a single game scenario, particularly the US (of the three potential opponents). The US defense, back checking, and goal tending aren't likely to loose their focus as massively as the Russians did. Should be a much better game if it comes to pass.
  8. They'll probably end up signing with Detroit over the same term for 31.5 each.
  9. I love to watch the cup skated. If the wings win I will watch the joy on the players faces. I will watch Hossa shake my teams hands and then skate with the cup. I'll watch every last minute of the coverage, and I may even watch the recording again some time over the summer. It will suck, but I wouldn't miss it for much.
  10. Good point. If he plays from game one at 100%, I'm not sure the Pens get to this point. I feel he'll definitely be back, but I not sure how much of him is going to be on the ice when he returns. Since the water is passed under the bridge it becomes impossible to say for sure.
  11. That's my gut feeling as well. But we do know for sure the looser will get another crack at it and probably shouldn't be counted out judging from the first four.
  12. The Pens have the momentum now, but the Wings had it just as big on Monday, and they are heading for Detroit. Both teams can be propositioned to be the prospective winner of the series with equally good arguments. You couldn't assemble any two other teams in the league and have the quality of players that play now before us. Goals are even. Series is tied. Both teams have a great chance to take the cup, and it all goes on the line in game five. Whatever the outcome, whether it be in 6 games or 7, and no matter who wins this series, we have some great hockey before us. Here's to it thus far.
  13. I expect passes to be passed up in favor of shots in this period. Oops. Quoted the wrong quote.
  14. Red whatever is either really drunk, or not a wings fan. Don't panic with home ice until you loose it. The Pens are better than many have given credit for. Buckle up.