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Topic: Game 78 - Sens @ Blue Jackets, Fri, Apr 22, 7:00pm

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RE: Game 78 - Sens @ Blue Jackets, Fri, Apr 22, 7:00pm
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Damn, can someone take a dumb penalty??



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There goes the net off the moorings.



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Breakaway



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SensKat wrote:
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I'm thinking the chances of a goalie screened goal in OT are slim. blankstare


 Higher than a goalie pulled or EN goal.


 I need a shutout.

 

Or a player to end up in the net, followed by 2 goals in 90.  soooo


 is a goalie a player?



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Homer wrote:
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I'm thinking the chances of a goalie screened goal in OT are slim. blankstare


 Higher than a goalie pulled or EN goal.


 I need a shutout.

 

Or a player to end up in the net, followed by 2 goals in 90.  soooo



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Cathy wrote:

I'm thinking the chances of a goalie screened goal in OT are slim. blankstare


 Higher than a goalie pulled or EN goal.



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I'm thinking the chances of a goalie screened goal in OT are slim. blankstare



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Heading to OT

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Homer wrote:
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On the disallowed goal, I remember another instance where the door was inside the blue line and a goal was disallowed as offside because plyer left the ice inside via the door inside the blueline before tagging up.  I don't know if it's an actual rule, but do remember that. 


 I do to, I’m not sure if it was an Ottawa game or a playoff game? For some reason I’m thinking it was the Blues


 Now question is, does the play remain off side until that player gets back on the ice on the other side of the blue line?  Or is here a time that the play is no longer offside.  "ok, 3 minutes has gone by now I guess it's no longer offside."  You never know with the NHL. 


 ok, and what if..... the entrance to the hallway is on the inside of the blue line, and the player leaves the ice and goes directly to the dressing room?  He might stay offside for the rest of the game!



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tjlincoln wrote:
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On the disallowed goal, I remember another instance where the door was inside the blue line and a goal was disallowed as offside because plyer left the ice inside via the door inside the blueline before tagging up.  I don't know if it's an actual rule, but do remember that. 


 I do to, I’m not sure if it was an Ottawa game or a playoff game? For some reason I’m thinking it was the Blues


 Now question is, does the play remain off side until that player gets back on the ice on the other side of the blue line?  Or is here a time that the play is no longer offside.  "ok, 3 minutes has gone by now I guess it's no longer offside."  You never know with the NHL. 



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tjlincoln wrote:
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i'm at the cottage, watching game on laptop so can only check in during the intermission. 

BTW, I'm calling a refs suck on watson's penalty. he was just finishing his check. 


 Good for you ✅👍

What is considered a cottage in Canada? A vacation home? A vacation rental? Is it a 2nd home? 


 its a nice cottage, not a shack. my folks lived here for years. right on the Ottawa river, waterfront. 


 That’s great, are most on or near the water? 


 Most cottages are near the water here, yeah.  It's generally part of the "cottage life" to be able to go swimming, boating, etc.


 Thx Kat!! That makes sense. We do not call them that here in US 


 If it's not near the water, like it's more out in the woods, or a remote area, we would call it a cabin



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SensKat wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:
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i'm at the cottage, watching game on laptop so can only check in during the intermission. 

BTW, I'm calling a refs suck on watson's penalty. he was just finishing his check. 


 Good for you ✅👍

What is considered a cottage in Canada? A vacation home? A vacation rental? Is it a 2nd home? 


 its a nice cottage, not a shack. my folks lived here for years. right on the Ottawa river, waterfront. 


 That’s great, are most on or near the water? 


 Most cottages are near the water here, yeah.  It's generally part of the "cottage life" to be able to go swimming, boating, etc.


 Thx Kat!! That makes sense. We do not call them that here in US 



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tjlincoln wrote:
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tjlincoln wrote:
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i'm at the cottage, watching game on laptop so can only check in during the intermission. 

BTW, I'm calling a refs suck on watson's penalty. he was just finishing his check. 


 Good for you ✅👍

What is considered a cottage in Canada? A vacation home? A vacation rental? Is it a 2nd home? 


 its a nice cottage, not a shack. my folks lived here for years. right on the Ottawa river, waterfront. 


 That’s great, are most on or near the water? 


 Most cottages are near the water here, yeah.  It's generally part of the "cottage life" to be able to go swimming, boating, etc.



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Homer wrote:

On the disallowed goal, I remember another instance where the door was inside the blue line and a goal was disallowed as offside because plyer left the ice inside via the door inside the blueline before tagging up.  I don't know if it's an actual rule, but do remember that. 


 I do to, I’m not sure if it was an Ottawa game or a playoff game? For some reason I’m thinking it was the Blues



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Russell wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:
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i'm at the cottage, watching game on laptop so can only check in during the intermission. 

BTW, I'm calling a refs suck on watson's penalty. he was just finishing his check. 


 Good for you ✅👍

What is considered a cottage in Canada? A vacation home? A vacation rental? Is it a 2nd home? 


 its a nice cottage, not a shack. my folks lived here for years. right on the Ottawa river, waterfront. 


 That’s great, are most on or near the water? 



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Sens take a timeout before going on the PP



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Post #2 for Sens



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Homer wrote:

Chuckie does something and ties it up.

that was a pretty tic-tac-toe play.  good enough for an AYKM Lite?


 I'll accept it



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Chuckie does something and ties it up.

that was a pretty tic-tac-toe play.  good enough for an AYKM Lite?



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Chuckie did something

 
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