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Topic: Game 64 - Sens @ Kraken - Thu Mar 9, 10:00pm

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RE: Game 64 - Sens @ Kraken - Thu Mar 9, 10:00pm
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Check out the faceoff stats: Sens at almost 67% for this game.

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Cathy wrote:

Why are so many Senators laying on the ground?!


 Time change. 



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I'm getting bleary eyed but I don't think anyone has 3 points.



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Why are so many Senators laying on the ground?!



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Good lord!!



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goalie pulled



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ShanghaiSenator wrote:

 

I hate expansion teams. I'm still salty about how these new teams get all kinds of breaks and the expansion Senators got screwed. We had nothing but spare parts and players past their prime to choose from in the expansion draft. 


 650 Million buys you better players 



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Hey, we got a lucky bounce!



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So what's the "true" score now? lol

Everybody putting them in their own net.



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I hate expansion teams. I'm still salty about how these new teams get all kinds of breaks and the expansion Senators got screwed. We had nothing but spare parts and players past their prime to choose from in the expansion draft. 



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Give it to pinto!!



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Cathy wrote:

****ing Pinto Beans!


 Never mind



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DeBrincat goal

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****ing Pinto Beans!



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Cathy wrote:
Russell wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:
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Cathy wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

Cathy - this is a lot of rain 🌧️

“The Santa Lucia Mountains above Morro Bay, Cayucas, Cambria, San Simeon, and Big Sur could see over 15 inches of rainfall tomorrow.” This last happened March 1995


 'lil bit, yeah


 It’ll still find a way to burn. 


 Sad, but true 


 What? We’re doing Metallica songs now?


 Just One.


 Ha!



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Russell wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:
Russell wrote:
Cathy wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

Cathy - this is a lot of rain 🌧️

“The Santa Lucia Mountains above Morro Bay, Cayucas, Cambria, San Simeon, and Big Sur could see over 15 inches of rainfall tomorrow.” This last happened March 1995


 'lil bit, yeah


 It’ll still find a way to burn. 


 Sad, but true 


 What? We’re doing Metallica songs now?


 Just One.



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tjlincoln wrote:
Russell wrote:
Cathy wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

Cathy - this is a lot of rain 🌧️

“The Santa Lucia Mountains above Morro Bay, Cayucas, Cambria, San Simeon, and Big Sur could see over 15 inches of rainfall tomorrow.” This last happened March 1995


 'lil bit, yeah


 It’ll still find a way to burn. 


 Sad, but true 


 What? We’re doing Metallica songs now?



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Russell wrote:
Cathy wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

Cathy - this is a lot of rain 🌧️

“The Santa Lucia Mountains above Morro Bay, Cayucas, Cambria, San Simeon, and Big Sur could see over 15 inches of rainfall tomorrow.” This last happened March 1995


 'lil bit, yeah


 It’ll still find a way to burn. 


 2025

Green this spring, dead by fall, it would *usually* burn two years later. But with wildfires now common in Dec/Jan…who knows.



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Russell wrote:
Cathy wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

Cathy - this is a lot of rain 🌧️

“The Santa Lucia Mountains above Morro Bay, Cayucas, Cambria, San Simeon, and Big Sur could see over 15 inches of rainfall tomorrow.” This last happened March 1995


 'lil bit, yeah


 It’ll still find a way to burn. 


 Sad, but true 



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Cathy wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

Cathy - this is a lot of rain 🌧️

“The Santa Lucia Mountains above Morro Bay, Cayucas, Cambria, San Simeon, and Big Sur could see over 15 inches of rainfall tomorrow.” This last happened March 1995


 'lil bit, yeah


 It’ll still find a way to burn. 



 
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