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Topic: Game 66 - Canes @ Sens - Sun Mar 17th, 6:00pm

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RE: Game 66 - Canes @ Sens - Sun Mar 17th, 6:00pm
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Poop!



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tjlincoln wrote:

5-3 Canes Aho GW they both are on back to backs no telling how this will go


 I got a shot at the score 



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Russell wrote:

Geez. Their brains are shutting off. 


 {raises hand}



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Geez. Their brains are shutting off. 



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Russell wrote:

How does anyone become a canes fan? if you don’t live there. 


 Maybe former Hartford Whalers fan? 

But then how did anyone become a Whalers fan? if you didn’t live there? 



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Russell wrote:

How does anyone become a canes fan? if you don’t live there. 


 People who "decide" to become hockey fans as adults sometimes just pick a team, regardless of geography. I have an internet friend in BOS, got into hockey as an adult, LAK fan.

I'm sure this doesn't exist in Canada. lol



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Cathy wrote:

My options:

Chuckie + lube

EN goal + AYKM save

Fight


 That’s quite a Sunday night. 



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Homer wrote:
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Post #2 for Chuckie?


 Yep, and a lost lid on Grieg


 Did he check the back of the net?


Hhmmmm, maybe it wasn’t a post, might have been side of net? 



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My options:

Chuckie + lube

EN goal + AYKM save

Fight



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How does anyone become a canes fan? if you don’t live there. 



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Russell wrote:
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Post #2 for Chuckie?


 Yep, and a lost lid on Grieg


 Did he check the back of the net?



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Homer wrote:

Post #2 for Chuckie?


 Yep, and a lost lid on Grieg



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Post #2 for Chuckie?



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Jbd deserved that for that stupid pass. 



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Cathy wrote:

68 more minutes; hockey game, ,


 Cathy can't math, 128 minutes. That sounds way worse in my current state.



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68 more minutes; hockey game, ,



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Homer wrote:
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 I feel like British curse words are used as terms of endearment as often as they are not


 Well the C word is used quite liberally, not as a  term of endearment.


Here’s your intermission entertainment then.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=L-YTKnLMBWE&pp=ygURTWlrZSB3aWxtb3QgY3VudHM%3D

Nsfw, or anywhere else. Be warnEd But it’s funny as hell. 

The relevant part starts around 1:50. 


 I never thought that word could be linked to hockey and here we are... 


 He's not wrong. I would not have been able to articulate the sound before that but he hit it on the nose.



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Russell wrote:
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 I feel like British curse words are used as terms of endearment as often as they are not


 Well the C word is used quite liberally, not as a  term of endearment.


Here’s your intermission entertainment then.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=L-YTKnLMBWE&pp=ygURTWlrZSB3aWxtb3QgY3VudHM%3D

Nsfw, or anywhere else. Be warnEd But it’s funny as hell. 

The relevant part starts around 1:50. 


 I never thought that word could be linked to hockey and here we are... 



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Russell wrote:
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Heard a guy from England here in Seattle on a sports radio show say that wanker is a curse word in England and they can’t say it on the air.


 The forums must be using a North American banned naughty word list then.  lol


 I call bbc Alex wanker all the time. He wouldn’t have it any other way.


 I feel like British curse words are used as terms of endearment as often as they are not


 Well the C word is used quite liberally, not as a  term of endearment.


Here’s your intermission entertainment then.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=L-YTKnLMBWE&pp=ygURTWlrZSB3aWxtb3QgY3VudHM%3D

Nsfw, or anywhere else. Be warnEd But it’s funny as hell. 

The relevant part starts around 1:50.

 


 



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Cathy wrote:

Just gotta be here for the first and last minutes


Twss 



 
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