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2013-02-20 11:38:50 AM
Wow. That was one of the most inept examples of defense ever.
 
2013-02-20 11:49:36 AM

SnarfVader: Wow. That was one of the most inept examples of defense ever.


All of the defenders were thinking one of the other guys would make a play to stop Datsyuk. Also, Datsyuk is a wizard.
 
2013-02-20 11:56:52 AM

Jubeebee: SnarfVader: Wow. That was one of the most inept examples of defense ever.

All of the defenders were thinking one of the other guys would make a play to stop Datsyuk. Also, Datsyuk is a wizard.


Yeah. He's a wizard, but that was the NHL equivalent of a MLB play where all three outfielders plus the shortstop and second baseman run into each other trying to catch a fly.
 
2013-02-20 01:05:16 PM
He's good but he ain't no PK Subban...
 
2013-02-20 01:14:54 PM
There is only one way to stop Datsyuk. Trade him to the rangers: where creativity goes to die.
 
2013-02-20 01:15:06 PM

SnarfVader: Wow. That was one of the most inept examples of defense ever.


The new NHL dictates you cannot attempt to physically impede any puck carrier on the grounds that may take away a scoring chance and cause the player to feel sad. Thus resulting in an attempt to injure penality and the scorn of Brendan Shanahan.
 
2013-02-20 01:18:01 PM

SnarfVader: Jubeebee: SnarfVader: Wow. That was one of the most inept examples of defense ever.

All of the defenders were thinking one of the other guys would make a play to stop Datsyuk. Also, Datsyuk is a wizard.

Yeah. He's a wizard, but that was the NHL equivalent of a MLB play where all three outfielders plus the shortstop and second baseman run into each other trying to catch a fly.


Also, that was quite a softie given up by Rinne.  Even with his defensemen standing around and watching, that wasn't exactly a power shot.  It went off his body, fell down and he pushed it back through.  Kinda weak at the end, but his puck handling was nice.
 
2013-02-20 01:20:33 PM

hitmanric: SnarfVader: Wow. That was one of the most inept examples of defense ever.

The new NHL dictates you cannot attempt to physically impede any puck carrier on the grounds that may take away a scoring chance and cause the player to feel sad. Thus resulting in an attempt to injure penality and the scorn of Brendan Shanahan.


You're either a Flyers fan or a Ducks fan.  I can smell you people a mile away.
 
2013-02-20 01:25:51 PM

taoistlumberjak: hitmanric: SnarfVader: Wow. That was one of the most inept examples of defense ever.

The new NHL dictates you cannot attempt to physically impede any puck carrier on the grounds that may take away a scoring chance and cause the player to feel sad. Thus resulting in an attempt to injure penality and the scorn of Brendan Shanahan.

You're either a Flyers fan or a Ducks fan.  I can smell you people a mile away.


Sorry, neither. Think more north.
 
2013-02-20 01:28:45 PM
Datsyuk is a great player but he gets a lot of calls his ways. The goal he scored against Kings a couple of games back was offsides and was allowed.
 
2013-02-20 01:32:31 PM

LemSkroob: There is only one way to stop Datsyuk. Trade him to the rangers: where creativity goes to die.


Or Calgary, where effort goes to die.
 
2013-02-20 01:40:56 PM
The goalie deserves an apology from his teammates.
 
2013-02-20 01:41:55 PM
I'm pretty sure Legwand reached out to shake his hand right before he shot. Either that or he was actually trying to touch Datsyuk to see if he was an illusion.
 
2013-02-20 01:59:53 PM

Flappyhead: LemSkroob: There is only one way to stop Datsyuk. Trade him to the rangers: where creativity goes to die.

Or Calgary, where effort goes to die.


Nope, I believe Buffalo has that distinction this year.
 
2013-02-20 02:20:56 PM
Here's how you stop Datsyuk...

Andrew Alberts

Drew Doughty


'Course, easier said than done. Datsyuk's getting up there, but he's still a hell of a hockey player.
 
2013-02-20 02:29:47 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VF-d_0zmJXA

This is how you stop him. But he then came back to score on the next shift.
 
2013-02-20 02:32:36 PM

Rann Xerox: The goalie deserves an apology from his teammates.


Heh, reminds me of a funny story Pronger once told about Grant Fuhr.  He described him as a goalie who would always say "I should have had that one, don't worry fellas."  Pronger said an opponent could skate through the entire team, pick the top corner just under the crossbar and Fuhr would skate to the bench and say "My bad guys, I'll get the next one."
 
2013-02-20 02:39:37 PM
technically there are already Six skaters on the ice.
 
2013-02-20 02:43:32 PM

keylock71: Here's how you stop Datsyuk...


I'm pretty sure you can also just punch him in the back of his head.  At least that's what I noticed worked last night to stop one of those nasty Eastern European player's from having too good of a game...
 
2013-02-20 02:53:30 PM

chrisco123: He's good but he ain't no PK Subban...


Subban? Meh...over rated.
 
2013-02-20 02:54:47 PM

keylock71: Here's how you stop Datsyuk...

Andrew Alberts

Drew Doughty


'Course, easier said than done. Datsyuk's getting up there, but he's still a hell of a hockey player.


I'd agree with you... BUT...

Almost every big hit I've ever seen on Datsyuk has been followed up shortly after by him making someone look stupid and scoring a goal. You don't piss him off, it just makes him play better. It doesn't really show it in the video but right before he got the puck he got hit going into the boards with someone and took them out. It was a good solid hit, but as soon as it happened, down the ice and to the goal.
 
2013-02-20 02:57:45 PM

Flappyhead: Heh, reminds me of a funny story Pronger once told about Grant Fuhr. He described him as a goalie who would always say "I should have had that one, don't worry fellas." Pronger said an opponent could skate through the entire team, pick the top corner just under the crossbar and Fuhr would skate to the bench and say "My bad guys, I'll get the next one."


I was trying to think when Pronger and Fuhr would've been on the ice together when I remembered that Fuhr finished out his career with the Blues.
 
2013-02-20 03:01:48 PM

The_Pirate: Almost every big hit I've ever seen on Datsyuk has been followed up shortly after by him making someone look stupid and scoring a goal. You don't piss him off, it just makes him play better. It doesn't really show it in the video but right before he got the puck he got hit going into the boards with someone and took them out. It was a good solid hit, but as soon as it happened, down the ice and to the goal.


Yeah, that's the thing, right? ...The big hit only stops that one attempt.
 
2013-02-20 03:03:14 PM

kenfury: Flappyhead: LemSkroob: There is only one way to stop Datsyuk. Trade him to the rangers: where creativity goes to die.

Or Calgary, where effort goes to die.

Nope, I believe Buffalo has that distinction this year.


I didn't think there was a team with less hustle than the Jets until last night.
/what a goal
//hockey is farkin beautiful
 
2013-02-20 03:20:13 PM

SnarfVader: Wow. That was one of the most inept examples of defense ever.


Have you not seen a Florida Panthers game this season??

Wait, never mind. No one has.

\Yes, we still have an actual NHL team down here!!
 
2013-02-20 03:29:59 PM

Malcolm_Sex: kenfury: Flappyhead: LemSkroob: There is only one way to stop Datsyuk. Trade him to the rangers: where creativity goes to die.

Or Calgary, where effort goes to die.

Nope, I believe Buffalo has that distinction this year.

I didn't think there was a team with less hustle than the Jets until last night.
/what a goal
//hockey is farkin beautiful



Lindy Ruff just got fired.  That performance last night was the worst Performance I've ever seen them give.
 
2013-02-20 03:42:02 PM

Tiberius Gracchus: keylock71: Here's how you stop Datsyuk...

I'm pretty sure you can also just punch him in the back of his head.  At least that's what I noticed worked last night to stop one of those nasty Eastern European player's from having too good of a game...


Hey, Hansen says was just trying to grab the puck out of the air and didn't even notice that he was elbowing Hossa in the back of the head.  Was that wrong?  Should he not have done that?
 
2013-02-20 03:54:36 PM

Kellner21: SnarfVader: Wow. That was one of the most inept examples of defense ever.

Have you not seen a Florida Panthers game this season??

Wait, never mind. No one has.

\Yes, we still have an actual NHL team down here!!


And may I say, thank you for making the Habs look good.  Why people insist the old-money teams don't get anything out of the southern ones I'll never understand . . .
 
2013-02-20 03:58:37 PM

ogie666: technically there are already Six skaters on the ice.


Goalies aren't skaters.  For an example:

http://www.nhl.com/ice/page.htm?id=26280

NHL Official Rules,
Rule 5 - Team

5.1  Eligible Players- A team shall be composed of 20 players (18 skaters and two goalkeepers) who shall be under contract to the Club they represent
 
2013-02-20 04:12:00 PM
Fantastic goal, pathetic play-by-play call.
 
2013-02-20 04:26:14 PM

caira: And may I say, thank you for making the Habs look good.

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I know Theodore was in net for that game, but this applies to him as well. I hope calling Markstrom up from SA lights a fire under Theo and Clemmer.

Let me tell you, this team is so f'n frustrating to watch... I get worried every time either team is on a powerplay, or the game goes to OT.

Okay, okay... I get worried when the puck is dropped for the opening faceoff.
 
2013-02-20 04:29:38 PM
That man is a god damn sorcerer.
 
2013-02-20 04:29:48 PM

Warlordtrooper: Malcolm_Sex: kenfury: Flappyhead: LemSkroob: There is only one way to stop Datsyuk. Trade him to the rangers: where creativity goes to die.

Or Calgary, where effort goes to die.

Nope, I believe Buffalo has that distinction this year.

I didn't think there was a team with less hustle than the Jets until last night.
/what a goal
//hockey is farkin beautiful


Lindy Ruff just got fired.  That performance last night was the worst Performance I've ever seen them give.


Lindy Ruff with the Sabres, Andy Reid with the Eagles, Arsene Wenger with Arsenal next(?)

/Not really hoping for that but...
//Might be best for everyone
///Datsyuk is a wizard.  That is all.
 
2013-02-20 04:48:06 PM
Anybody hear if Hossa is still alive after last night?
 
2013-02-20 05:05:19 PM
To all of you saying hitting Datsyuk is the way to stop him, I offer Pavel versus Shea:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuedKsOGUCw
 
2013-02-20 05:24:42 PM

usttsdw: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VF-d_0zmJXA

This is how you stop him. But he then came back to score on the next shift.


he cannot be stopped, he can only be contained...

also, he cannot be contained
 
2013-02-20 05:30:56 PM

mikaloyd: Anybody hear if Hossa is still alive after last night?


No news from the Chicago press but Hansen (?) has a hearing for it with the league office apparently.
 
2013-02-20 05:46:19 PM

Electromax: mikaloyd: Anybody hear if Hossa is still alive after last night?

No news from the Chicago press but Hansen (?) has a hearing for it with the league office apparently.


The hearing as already taken place (they're probably getting the video together right now) and I heard Hossa looked OK after the game (he did skate off last night). Still no word on if he'll be available for tomorrow night.
 
2013-02-20 06:03:45 PM
thanks for the update
 
2013-02-20 06:13:26 PM

desertgeek: Electromax: mikaloyd: Anybody hear if Hossa is still alive after last night?

No news from the Chicago press but Hansen (?) has a hearing for it with the league office apparently.

The hearing as already taken place (they're probably getting the video together right now) and I heard Hossa looked OK after the game (he did skate off last night). Still no word on if he'll be available for tomorrow night.


It didn't look like a violent hit to me if you're watching it at full speed but Hossa does have a history of concussions and even the slightest tap to the back of the head can cause another concussion.

I'm a Kings fan and I think that the league messed up earlier this season when they didn't suspend (or even have a meeting with) Stoll for his boarding. I was hoping that during the CBA they'd fix the way they deal penalties for on the ice incidents but I guess they still look for ways to pay attention to only some stars.
 
2013-02-20 06:18:20 PM

Warlordtrooper: Malcolm_Sex: kenfury: Flappyhead: LemSkroob: There is only one way to stop Datsyuk. Trade him to the rangers: where creativity goes to die.

Or Calgary, where effort goes to die.

Nope, I believe Buffalo has that distinction this year.

I didn't think there was a team with less hustle than the Jets until last night.
/what a goal
//hockey is farkin beautiful


Lindy Ruff just got fired.  That performance last night was the worst Performance I've ever seen them give.


It'll be interesting to see what the new coach does.  There's a lot of skill on that team and it would be nice to see it being used.
 
2013-02-20 06:38:13 PM

Vangor: To all of you saying hitting Datsyuk is the way to stop him, I offer Pavel versus Shea:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuedKsOGUCw


Yep, touché...
 
2013-02-20 07:11:19 PM

keylock71: Vangor: To all of you saying hitting Datsyuk is the way to stop him, I offer Pavel versus Shea:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuedKsOGUCw

Yep, touché...


dang, webers got 5 inches and 30lbs on him.  but still, dats couldnt penetrate into the zone and turned the puck over twice.  so it kinda worked.
 
2013-02-20 07:42:37 PM

ddam: desertgeek: Electromax: mikaloyd: Anybody hear if Hossa is still alive after last night?

No news from the Chicago press but Hansen (?) has a hearing for it with the league office apparently.

The hearing as already taken place (they're probably getting the video together right now) and I heard Hossa looked OK after the game (he did skate off last night). Still no word on if he'll be available for tomorrow night.

It didn't look like a violent hit to me if you're watching it at full speed but Hossa does have a history of concussions and even the slightest tap to the back of the head can cause another concussion.

I'm a Kings fan and I think that the league messed up earlier this season when they didn't suspend (or even have a meeting with) Stoll for his boarding. I was hoping that during the CBA they'd fix the way they deal penalties for on the ice incidents but I guess they still look for ways to pay attention to only some stars.


This. And the word has come down from the league office- 1 game suspension for Hansen.
 
2013-02-20 07:54:53 PM
Hey Pierre, just because they give you a mic doesn't mean you have to run your stupid mouth constantly.

What an annoying f*ck.
 
2013-02-20 08:00:31 PM

kenfury: Flappyhead: LemSkroob: There is only one way to stop Datsyuk. Trade him to the rangers: where creativity goes to die.

Or Calgary, where effort goes to die.

Nope, I believe Buffalo has that distinction this year.


That lack of effort cost Lindy Ruff his job today. Link
 
2013-02-20 10:41:27 PM

Flappyhead: Rann Xerox: The goalie deserves an apology from his teammates.

Heh, reminds me of a funny story Pronger once told about Grant Fuhr.  He described him as a goalie who would always say "I should have had that one, don't worry fellas."  Pronger said an opponent could skate through the entire team, pick the top corner just under the crossbar and Fuhr would skate to the bench and say "My bad guys, I'll get the next one."


That was probably formed by his experiences with the Oilers in the 80s, where you had to be an exceptional goalie to just look pretty good in net.  The Boys on the Bus weren't exactly the most defensive-minded team ever...

That's what I like a Dubnyk now, even though he's nowhere near that talent level...he doesn't let goals, even bad ones, bother him.  He really does seem like the kind of guy who can let in 4 goals on 8 shots...and then stop the next 40.
 
2013-02-21 01:36:55 AM
Jesus Christ, Vokoun.
 
2013-02-21 03:04:40 AM
Three words. Little Ball...OF HATE!

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2013-02-21 10:40:32 AM

Flappyhead: LemSkroob: There is only one way to stop Datsyuk. Trade him to the rangers: where creativity goes to die.

Or Calgary, where effort goes to die.


a team lacking effort is one thing. a coaching system that refuses to adjust is another. When the rangers had a team of Prusts and Dubinskys, fine, the "dump, crash, grind, dump, crash, grind" gameplan was fine. you made do with what you have. but the dedication to that system when you now have guys like Nash, Richards, and Gaborik is mind-numbing. DUMP. GRIND. JAM. BLOCK.
 
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