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#81 Travis

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Posted 10 May 2010 - 08:52 AM

Strange how the Wings took over that game after that.

Hmmmm...


Could've easily gone the other way, though. In last year's Eastern Quarterfinals Max Talbot fought Daniel Carcillo in Philly with the Pens down 3-0. Talbot lost big time, but the game swung in Pittsburgh's favor after that and they closed the series out. I had a horrible feeling that Beauchemin baiting Kopecky into that fight was going to do the same for Anaheim.

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Posted 24 May 2010 - 10:32 AM

If Hossa and Kopecky raise the Cup ala Fetisov and Larionov, I may throw up.

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Posted 24 May 2010 - 10:38 AM

If Hossa and Kopecky raise the Cup ala Fetisov and Larionov, I may throw up.


They almost dropped it.

Hossa and Kopecky drop it and just giggle and call each other silly gooses.

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Posted 24 May 2010 - 10:48 AM

I said that if he maintained that level of play over the entire season, he would be a 30 goal scorer. That is a mathematical fact. I didn't say he would or could do it. Simply that if he did it, that is the kind of pace he was scoring at.

You really need to work on your reading comprehension skills because you don't seem to understand simple statements.




So many 'ifs' with you. You tend to spout off statements as if they are facts but there are so many 'ifs' attached, they are fiction. Try dumping 75% of your 'ifs' and then we'll see how your 'facts' hold up.

I could, very very easily, point to a time in every players career when they weren't producing, extrapolate it and make an argument for why they should never make more than the league minimum.

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Posted 24 May 2010 - 10:52 AM

So many 'ifs' with you. You tend to spout off statements as if they are facts but there are so many 'ifs' attached, they are fiction. Try dumping 75% of your 'ifs' and then we'll see how your 'facts' hold up.

I could, very very easily, point to a time in every players career when they weren't producing, extrapolate it and make an argument for why they should never make more than the league minimum.


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Posted 24 May 2010 - 11:06 AM

Never liked him still happy he's gone

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Posted 24 May 2010 - 01:29 PM

He's so great that he has been a healthy scratch for a long time!

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Posted 24 May 2010 - 01:33 PM

Plenty of Tomas Kopecky's out there. Its not like he has peaked or has us thinking "s***! Come back!"
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Posted 24 May 2010 - 01:35 PM

So many 'ifs' with you. You tend to spout off statements as if they are facts but there are so many 'ifs' attached, they are fiction. Try dumping 75% of your 'ifs' and then we'll see how your 'facts' hold up.

I could, very very easily, point to a time in every players career when they weren't producing, extrapolate it and make an argument for why they should never make more than the league minimum.


Meh, he's just a know-it-all who has an instinctive need for others to agree with what he says.

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Posted 24 May 2010 - 01:52 PM

Am i missing something, or did this guy only have a total of 21 points the entire season? Whoe the hell is going to say "look what he did after the olympic break, if we extrapolate that over an entire season hes a hall of famer?"i was unaware a few weeks of good play after 5 seasons of injury stricken weak seasons turned a player 4th liner into a 1st line sniper. This thread id ridiculous. The guy has all of 53 total points in his NHL career...why would we miss a guy like that? They come a dime a dozen and are not anything special or worth giving the contract to that Chicago gave Kopecky. The only reason he got the contract he got with the money he got was because it sweetened the deal for Hossa to go to chicago. kopecky and Hossa are best freinds from what ive heard, and Kopecky had alot to do with the fact that Hossa chose Detroit last season. Chicago knew that if they could show Hossa they had a good team PLUS had his Best Friend under contract, then chances are Hossa would follow. Regardless if this played a role or not, the guy only have 21 this season. A Whole 2 points higher than last season with the Red Wings and i i believe we we are all in agreement that he was uneffective in every aspect of the game last seaon. How did 2 more points make him someoone we should be missing? What a dumb thread.

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Posted 24 May 2010 - 02:07 PM

yeah he has been so good.... that 21 points in 74 games for the hawks... how did we ever do without him? how about that whopping 4 points in 11 playoff games. MAN DO I MISS THIS GUY!!!

eaves had 22 points in 65 games this year.... miller with 19 in 66

eaves and miller put up just as many points as old tomas... but bring a lot more to the team for less money, kopecky makes 1.2 per year.

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Posted 24 May 2010 - 02:11 PM

yeah he has been so good.... that 21 points in 74 games for the hawks... how did we ever do without him? how about that whopping 4 points in 11 playoff games. MAN DO I MISS THIS GUY!!!

eaves had 22 points in 65 games this year.... miller with 19 in 66

eaves and miller put up just as many points as old tomas... but bring a lot more to the team for less money, kopecky makes 1.2 per year.

Yeah they are alot faster and dont get beat to many pucks, and since they are faster theny dont take stupid penalties when they battle for pucks. Not to mention both are great on the PK and are defensivly responsible. Chicago can keep Kopecky so they can buy him out in the next few seasons...

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Posted 24 May 2010 - 02:21 PM

Yeah they are alot faster and dont get beat to many pucks, and since they are faster theny dont take stupid penalties when they battle for pucks. Not to mention both are great on the PK and are defensivly responsible. Chicago can keep Kopecky so they can buy him out in the next few seasons...





exactly... the only player on the team this year who is just as ineffective is williams but even so, he is solid in shootouts, can man the point on the PP idk about how well but he can. so you could still argue he brings as much to the table as kopecky does. even williams had 15 points in 44 games which by the math is a better average then tomas once again. .34 points per game, or tomas with his .28

for the 1.2 per year, id take helm, abs, miller, eaves, or even ritola any day over kopecky. this is what i will forever remember about having him... trying to fight and getting his cheekbone rearranged. it looked like it was going to be a good fight before haha




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Posted 24 May 2010 - 02:49 PM

I said that if he maintained that level of play over the entire season, he would be a 30 goal scorer. That is a mathematical fact. I didn't say he would or could do it.


youre retarded. what was the point of throwing that fact out there if the guy cant do it. congrats, anyone can state a mathematical fact.
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Posted 24 May 2010 - 05:58 PM

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