Give me the Dancing Clown and that 4th Line any Day!

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    Give me the Dancing Clown and that 4th Line any Day!

    What a great game those guys have played
     
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    What a great game those guys have played
    Posted by Stuke50

    Good effort by those 3 so far but I'd like to see Thornton shorten his shifts.
     
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    Re: Give me the Dancing Clown and that 4th Line any Day!

    I missed the first half of the game.  What did Thornton do?  I don't see him in the box score other than 9:19 played.

     
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    in all fairness.  ST played a solid gm.  His shifts are always too long but played well. 
     
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    I missed the first half of the game.  What did Thornton do?  I don't see him in the box score other than 9:19 played.
    Posted by Not-A-Shot


    Theres more to the game then just what shows up on the score sheet.  He played great,  big hit before their first goal too.
     
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    great when the forth line is able to put one in but that's not what's asked of them....

    Campbell, Paille & Thornton make all their shifts count and that's all that should be expected....

    Campbell's a +4, Paille & Thorton are both -1....

    try to find a better energy line in the league....

     
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    Re: Give me the Dancing Clown and that 4th Line any Day!

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    I missed the first half of the game.  What did Thornton do?  I don't see him in the box score other than 9:19 played.
    Posted by Not-A-Shot


    He had the shift of the game. Aggressive four check (the correct spelling still being banned), helping cause a turnover and a near miss on a wraparound roof attempt, followed by an aggressive backcheck to regain possession, followed by another rush up-ice.

    Actually the order might be wrong but it was still the best shift of the game for the B's. It's a shame that line didn't get many opportunities to follow up because the crowd was definitely waiting for them to come back out. I assume Claude was matching lines so they didn't really get much playing time late in the game but when they did they dominated.  Not that anyone else played poorly. The team as a whole outplayed Detroit as far as I'm concerned (not by a ton, Detroit was more efficient when chances were there). Just didn't convert on enough chances. 

    Separately, Pavel Datsyuk is ridiculous. 

     
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    great when the forth line is able to put one in but that's not what's asked of them.... Campbell, Paille & Thornton make all their shifts count and that's all that should be expected.... Campbell's a +4, Paille & Thorton are both -1.... try to find a better energy line in the league....
    Posted by days-of-Orr

    Actually, Paille happenned to score when he was out with Horton and DK.
     
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    Re: Give me the Dancing Clown and that 4th Line any Day!

    I'll grant you that Thornton played HIS best game, but mostly in his early shifts. Paille and Campbell give quality shifts every time, and actually look better when added to one of the other lines. Pouliot is still not much of a contributor for Kelly and Peverly since he does not handle the puck very well at all, and his only shot hit Howard mid-chest. IMO, but I'm not the coach, Caron would be a better addition to Kelly's line, and would make that line more dangerous, as he did when playing.
     
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    In Response to Re: Give me the Dancing Clown and that 4th Line any Day!:
    give me real goaler and win streak be 11
    Posted by tukka-fall

    Give you a personality and you might get your number of friends up to 1. Then you could talk to a real person instead of trolling hockey forums. I hope you get hit by a bus.
     
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