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shawn matthias goal on the PK.

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great shift by matthias on the pk here.

has anyone seen another player have a great shift while on the PK?

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Seriously awesome shift. Scouting report on him says he lacks hustle and intensity. Definitely proved the haters wrong on that one. Atta boy Shawn!

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akldfj;alj;fajfa;j HOLLLANDDD NOOOOO. WHYYY.

but seriously great shift. We need bert, our resident shoot out expert, back in the lineup one of these days.

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Matthias wasn't a great loss, but that shift was awesome. A Helm-like shift there, and the score at the end of it, he can brag about that for a while.


Speaking of Helm, anyone have a video of that one shift he had maybe three years ago, where it was him against basically the entire opposing team, and he kept getting the puck along the boards and carrying it around for a whole shift? Passing to himself and whatnot? That was one of the coolest things I've seen.

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Matthias wasn't a great loss, but that shift was awesome. A Helm-like shift there, and the score at the end of it, he can brag about that for a while.

Speaking of Helm, anyone have a video of that one shift he had maybe three years ago, where it was him against basically the entire opposing team, and he kept getting the puck along the boards and carrying it around for a whole shift? Passing to himself and whatnot? That was one of the coolest things I've seen.

You mean this one? :hehe:

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Chasing down that puck, then diving and getting the puck before the defenders legs, then getting up and controlling the puck, then scoring from in that close... Wow! All of those things take great skill alone, but putting them all together in a 5 second sequence is absolutely amazing

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