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PostPosted: Sat Sep 26, 2009 11:34 pm
 


a bit ??


:lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 26, 2009 11:36 pm
 


I am trying to be as positive as him...gotta give him something for his loyality. Poor guy :lol:


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 2:32 am
 


LET'S GO LEAFS!!! :rock: :rock: :rock:

can we try and ensure no Tamil Tigers will block our route this time around...? hahaha :twisted:


Let's go Blue and White! [B-o]


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 2:33 am
 


Thank you very much Tattood, :)

If Leaf fans (speaking of which... Where mah crackers at?)
don't keep laughing, we'd probably kill ourselves by now.

WOO LEAFS. :lol:

It's totally our year, guys! Yeah!

And Leaf Nation could totally destroy the Tamil Tigers, :)


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 4:31 am
 


Hyack wrote:
Yo mama probably wasn't even around when the Laffs last won the Cup, so what's the big deal....1914–15 Vancouver Millionaires won it. But I don't think the Canucks will have to go 43 years without winning it. :lol:



Well...the Canucks have currently gone 39 years without ANY Stanley Cup (and we don't count PCHL in '48 either), so methinks that they'll make 43 years - no problem. :wink:

In Mr. Canada's defense, the Leafs are a significantly better team than last year. I'm not planning a parade route yet, but they've got a better defense corps, young forwards (this is the wild card) and possibly a star goalie in the Monster. But, this is the pre-season, and no, i don't think the fights will keep up, especially when enforces get little more than 4-6 min a game.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 6:40 am
 


I was actually kidding about the parade route...
There's 82 games that need to happen before I can really say whether or not we're even close, :P

I'm just poking fun at myself/The Leafs here.

I like The Monster. Epic fucking nickname, for one, and I saw his save
against the Wings last night, beautiful.

Anyhow, we play our final Pre-season game against the Sabres today, 7 PM T-Dot Time.
They're playing in Toronto.

Should be a good game. Go Leafs Go.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 8:08 am
 


commanderkai wrote:
*Pisses upon the Air Canada Center*


just so you know... its the Air Canada Centre

now clean that mess up! :evil:


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 5:39 am
 


Alright, today is the first Leafs game of the Season! It starts at 7 PM Toronto time, or 5 PM Alberta time, etc etc make more deductions and such.

It's LEAFS vs. HABS. The Ice is Toronto. It's playing on CBC.

The reason I'm posting this so early is that I'm incredible busy today. I've got school till 4, and then work directly afterword till 9, so I have no chance but to post this now.

Also:

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Season series -- Montreal and Toronto split their six-game season series last season, the last a 6-2 win for the Canadiens on April 4.

Big Story -- One of Toronto’s biggest additions, defenseman Mike Komisarek, will be facing his old mates in his first outing for the Leafs. Komisarek earned an All-Star selection last season for the Habs.

Team Scope:

[bi]Canadiens:[/i] One year after taking the East's top seed, Montreal had a disappointing campaign last season, costing coach Guy Carbonneau his job before the Habs barely squeaked into the final playoff spot. Montreal has had moderate success thus far, finishing 4-2-1 in the preseason, but coach Jacques Martin and GM Bob Gainey will be expecting more production out of an offense that finished eighth in the conference in scoring in 2008-09, after adding Michael Cammalleri, Brian Gionta, and Scott Gomez. The Canadiens' new trio of forwards totaled 200 points last season, but those points didn't come cheaply. The three will make a combined $18 million this year.

Maple Leafs: Brian Burke's rebuilding operation is in full swing, and the GM wasted little time molding the roster into a similar unit to the one he won a Stanley Cup with in Anaheim in 2007. Those Ducks were noted for their physical play, and with Toronto adding Francois Beauchemin, Garnet Exelby and Komisarek to accompany maturing defenseman Luke Schenn, the Leafs have enough brawn on the blue line that few teams will push them around. Newly-signed winger Colton Orr also brings toughness to the lineup. So far this has worked for Toronto, which went 6-3-0 in the preseason, but the goals may not come so quickly. Phil Kessel, perhaps the biggest fish reeled in by Burke this offseason, is out until at least mid-November.

Who's Hot -- After spending his entire career in the defensive-minded Devils organization, Gionta might be primed for a big season in Montreal. The winger is on a roll with three goals in the last three preseason games. For Toronto, Swedish winger Viktor Stahlberg is set to make his NHL debut, and if he produces as he did this past month, he'll become a mainstay. Stahlberg finished September at a blistering pace, netting five goals in the Leafs' final five exhibition games.

Injury Report -- With Kessel out of the lineup, Toronto's offense could prove sluggish, and the loss of Mike Van Ryn will make the Maple Leafs thinner on the blue line. The Leafs may also be without gritty center Jamal Mayers, who has not played since a collision with Pittsburgh's Tim Wallace last week. Montreal should have a full lineup for the opener.

Stat Pack -- One might assume the Kessel-less Leafs will want for scoring, but that may not be the case. Despite finishing outside the East's top eight, Toronto ended the 2008-09 season a respectable 10th overall in goals.

Puck Drop -- With the excitement of opening night, it's unlikely either side will come out flat. Look for Montreal to unleash their newly added firepower, but don't be surprised if Orr and Toronto's physical blueliners attempt to establish the tone early, both for the game and the season.

-- David Kalan, NHL.com

http://www.nhl.com/ice/preview.htm?id=2009020002

have a good day everyone, and Go Leafs Go!


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 5:44 am
 


I have complete confidence in the Leafs this year.

They WILL find a way to screw up. :wink:


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 6:12 am
 


We'll see, lol.

All I'm positive right now is that we'll do better then last year. There's no way we can get that low again.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 7:54 am
 


Looks like an interesting read....

http://www.amazon.ca/Why-Leafs-Suck-The ... 608&sr=8-1


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 8:04 am
 


Looks like Chapters also carries this book....

http://www.chapters.indigo.ca/books/WHY ... +suck%2527


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 1:03 pm
 


I have another book - "Why no one cares about the St. Louis Blues and their ZERO Stanley Cups". It will have lots of pictures little text and be drool proof, so the average Blues fan can enjoy it too!


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 1:08 pm
 


Why don't they serve tea in Toronto anymore?

...
No more cups. :wink:


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 1:25 pm
 


raydan wrote:
Why don't they serve tea in Toronto anymore?

...
No more cups. :wink:


Go to the Hockey Hall of Fame. They've got lots. :wink:


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