Datsyuk Fan

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  1. Trogdor the Brunninator
  2. Or put it just outside the crease and call it inside.
  3. http://www.commodoreusa.net/CUSA_C64.aspx
  4. Yahoo Sports has it: http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/hockeynight/2011031927
  5. It definitely wasn't limited to just the lower bowl last night. Pretty much every section was at least 50% red. There were definitely some older people there, but it seemed to be mostly people in their 30s and 40s. Some of us move to Florida before we retire
  6. I don't live in the Orlando area (near St. Pete/Tampa), but I'll be at the game with my brother.
  7. I guess Holmstrom won't be getting a goal in his first game back.
  8. I'll be there with my brother, second level. Can't wait
  9. I agree completely... in goal/no goal situations at least. If they changed that, I'd be happy. Here's where I got that: What they said (if I remember and understood it correctly) was the war room called the refs to let them know it should be a goal, but the ref said he already blew the whistle, so the goal never actually went to review.
  10. I don't think that's the problem. If I remember correctly, the war room's decision is final. They're just limited in what kinds of things they can review. Like Brad May's disallowed goal last year, where the war room said it should be a goal, but because the ref said he already blew the whistle (or "intended to") the play wasn't reviewable. Another common problem that's not reviewable is goals getting called back for goaltender interference, no matter how obvious it is from the video that the player is outside the crease.
  11. Game 7 against Phoenix?
  12. That's correct. It was March 9th against the Flames, so he's 16-1-3 in his last 20 regular season games.
  13. I laughed when I saw that. We were also missing Lidstrom, Kronwall, and Rafalski on defense.
  14. I lost any respect I had for the Penguins after that game. Talbot slashing Datsyuk's injured foot was when I decided I hated them (and Maxime Talbot).