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, "Kevin Hasbrouck"
> Yeah they are on a 5 game roll when he dresses but I think when he
is a healthy scratch and the Isles lose that should count towards his
> If you count it that way it is like 10 games or more.>>
Oh, ok. Did not do it that way, just took his gamelogs.
> You said the Isles are 8-5-1 when Torres dresses but I believe the
5 losses all came in a row when the Islanders lost 6 games in a
Which in effect got him and Mapletoft send down in early November,
which they really did not deserve to this day, at least
in my opinion.
> The 8 wins came all apart from one another breaking up a number of
losing streaks and starting winning streaks. A lot of this is a
statistical anomalie but Laviolette used to always play the winning
lineup for superstition purposes mostly but when it comes to Torres
he is not superstitious all of a sudden?>>>
Agree, the bigger anomalie may be that the Isles have not lost two
regulation games since late November. That's amazing with all this
> Well this worked out well for me. I went to the Flyers/Isles game
Friday and the Pitt game last night and got to see Raffi twice which
equaled two wins!>>>
And I think his first goal is coming in the NHL, just have that
feeling and hope your there. Better get a ticket for Montreal.
> I think yesterday might have been the first time Torres and
DiPietro have ever played in the same game. They have been in uniform
on the same night many times but one of them was always a healthy
That's 1-0 together in the NHL !!!!