4 in a row

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    I actually agree with you on this.  Stick to this stuff and quite playing GM and making predictions and calling yourself an expert.

     
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    Stanley, how do you pronounce the guy's name that won the game in the SO?

    is it LEM-on or Le-MON?

     
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    Yeah, that guy who scored the shootout game winner looked pretty good...

     
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    Peverly played for the stars the same way he played during most of his time in boston. He won faceoffs and created opportunities. We expected to see better results from Eriksson since Rielly Smith seems faster than Peverly, but, as yet, there's nothing to praise in Eriksson's game. Claude did make a move in swapping Marchand and Smith, creating better action for Kelly's line and stirring Marchand into a better game; but, then there is Eriksson [ who?what?]. Iginla is always active, but, as in earlier games he was fumbling the puck too often. Boychuck makes another big hit, and as in all previous hits, takes himself out of the play [ yikes]. The 4th line is less than helpful with Thornton on the ice. The younger D played well, but Boychuck had 4 or 5 slappers which noone could tip and only one hit the frame of the net. Lucic's goal was the result of a well aimed wrister[ not by Boychuck.]

     
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    Peverly looked pretty good last night.  Somewhere between his excellent play in 2011 and his mediocre play last year.

    It appeared to me that the takeaway on Rask was to shoot early in the shootout, no fakes, no dekes.  Seguin and Peverly did the same thing and it worked both times.

     
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