Stamkos

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    Stamkos

    Extra kudos for this kid to take a Johnny Rocket off the noggin and play with/through that type of an injury. He's probably going to have a nose like Looch's now. He's a tough kid, no doubt about it! 
     
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    Re: Stamkos

    Ditto...nails all the way. Just very glad he wasn't up to speed to stop Horton on that lone goal. Awesome series Tampa Bay!

    GO B'S!!!!!
     
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    Yeah my friends and I were talkin about it as it happened.  Shows a ton of character and toughness.  Such a cliche thing to say but it's the damn truth.  That kid is a beast.
     
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    Yeah, really.  Any more questions about which sport's athletes are toughest?
     
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    Very true and kudos to horton who looked a bit shaken up before scoring the goal.

     
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    Cam you imagine that in baseball.  They would miss the season.  Basketball they would miss 3 season.  Hockey, it depends how fast they can stitch them up.  St. Louis and Duncan Keith getting teeth knocked out.  Hockey players are a different breed.  Throwing their heads into shots just in an attempt to stop one play. 
    I love hockey!
     
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    WRESTLING.  top 2 tough guy sports, hockey and wrestling. absolute machines. in wrestling, we  just glue it shut and throw a bunch of tape over it. max time lost, about 3 or 4 minutes. both sports' athletes are true warriors. not a surprise they are the most humble athletes also.
     
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    In Response to Re: Stamkos:
    [QUOTE]WRESTLING.  top 2 tough guy sports, hockey and wrestling. absolute machines. in wrestling, we  just glue it shut and throw a bunch of tape over it. max time lost, about 3 or 4 minutes. both sports' athletes are true warriors. not a surprise they are the most humble athletes also.
    Posted by adkbeesfan[/QUOTE]

    Do you mean wrestling like steroid jacked grown men in buttcrack shorts who enjoy having teenage boys yelling their names, or do you mean high school and college kids who wear tights and roll around with other males?
     
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    That bandaid they put on it was absolutely discusting.  i thought part of his nose was missing.
     
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    Re: Stamkos

    NAS....anyone homophobic? btw, to answer your question, the real stuff.

     
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    Re: Will Stern fix the Finals the same way he did last time Dallas and Miami played for the title?

    In Response to Re: Will Stern fix the Finals the same way he did last time Dallas and Miami played for the title?:
    [QUOTE]Lots of criticism of David Stern in this forum.  I wonder what the motivation is?  I think BOS had 3 championships under O'Brien's 10 year tenure, but only 2 in the last 27 years under David Stern's guidance.  Of course, we all know the proud history of the Celtics from 50 years ago.  Perhaps you all simply can't accept that your franchise is not as relevant as it once was, and have resorted to tinfoil on my head conspiracy theories, rather than facing the truth.
    Posted by ItsNot1966anymor[/QUOTE]

    No.  This forum and fans are not alone.  I don't know which team you support but I will guarantee that it is not Sacramento or Dallas.  Adrian Wojnarowski wrote a column after Stern disciplined Stan VanGundy.  There he stated that the commissioner would have used the threat of calls going against Orlando amongst other things.

    You are saying that NBA does not controll officiating?  Check out the first two games of the finals last year.  The games were called completely differently for some reason.  I am not saying that it was to some team's advantage.  But NBA does control and bias officiating to serve their perceived needs.
     
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    What the???? Who let the Celtics fans in here?
     
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    Tough kid, great character, unbelievable goal scorer...I was glad to see him come back in the game.
     
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    In Response to Re: Stamkos:
    [QUOTE]Cam you imagine that in baseball.  They would miss the season.  Basketball they would miss 3 season.  Hockey, it depends how fast they can stitch them up.  St. Louis and Duncan Keith getting teeth knocked out.  Hockey players are a different breed.  Throwing their heads into shots just in an attempt to stop one play.  I love hockey!
    Posted by shuperman[/QUOTE]
    Not to mention soccer. They require a stretcher sometimes to get back to the bench when they get kicked in shin. This is the best example of how tough hockey players are since that Flyer got hit by the car J-walking and said to the driver, 'It's ok, I'm a hockey player'.... 
     
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    Re: Stamkos

    If Stamkos wasn't wearing a face shield the damage would have been much worse. Possibly career or even life threatening. Here's hoping his recovery is a speedy one. The league needs players like him. And he would awesome in black and gold!
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Stamkos : Not to mention soccer. They require a stretcher sometimes to get back to the bench when they get kicked in shin. This is the best example of how tough hockey players are since that Flyer got hit by the car J-walking and said to the driver, 'It's ok, I'm a hockey player'.... 
    Posted by 49thparallel[/QUOTE]

    Brandon Witt of the Islanders at the time.
     
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    Re: Stamkos

    Stamkos showed toughness and grit.

    He'd be a great Bruin!

    That nose looked like it was going to hurt for a long time.
     
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    Re: Stamkos

    Pre draft there were comparisons of Seguin to Stamkos, by Chiarelli IIRC.  Let's hope some of that toughness is part of the package.  Can't hurt for a kid like Seguin to see that, and I'm sure countless other examples of the Bruins seeing the trainer, getting shot up with some drug, just to go out a play.  The learning continues. 
     

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