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  • Chris Shaffer
    Oct 30, 2008
      Not if it's the Devil's way..That in itself really hurt hockey when those systems were really starting to be employed..That, on top of the clutching and grabbing that the ref's never enforced..It's good strategy but I still hate it..My intimidation is really light this year so that will also play a factor for whomever plays me as well
      --- On Thu, 10/30/08, Jason Connor <jconnor@...> wrote:
      From: Jason Connor <jconnor@...>
      Subject: Re: [bash-som] Orlando home opener
      To: bash-som@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Thursday, October 30, 2008, 1:17 PM

      I never get tired of winning.

      It was amazing how little intimidation there was due to the lack of
      inside chances.

      On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 1:06 PM, Chris Shaffer <Alliance255@ yahoo.com> wrote:
      > I know a win's a win,but don't you get bored taking all those outside
      > shots(LOL)
      >
      > --- On Wed, 10/29/08, Jason Connor <jconnor@alumni. cmu.edu> wrote:
      >
      > From: Jason Connor <jconnor@alumni. cmu.edu>
      > Subject: [bash-som] Orlando home opener
      > To: bash-som@yahoogroup s.com
      > Date: Wednesday, October 29, 2008, 10:32 PM
      >
      > Construction on the Knights' new arena in the Sunshine State was
      > delayed, but the belated home opener thrilled the home crowd.
      >
      > The Knights came out in the trap against the Hornets top line and
      > completely shut them down. Then the Knights' 2nd line scored back to
      > back goals on the 14th and 15th cards. Derek Roy scored on the
      > powerplay (one of Christian Ehrhoff's 3 trips to the sin bin) on an
      > inside shot, then off the rush on the faceoff, Roy shot, tried a put
      > back, then Corey Perry but another rebound shot past a flopping M-A
      > Fleury.
      >
      > The Knights returned to their trap and shut the Hornets down the rest
      > of the first period.
      >
      > The 2nd period saw little action until the latter half of the frame
      > when Marco Sturm scored (from Perry) on the 20th card. Then as Bobby
      > Holik sat in the penalty box, Alexander Frolov got the Hornets on the
      > board, (the improbable an unassisted rebound shot).
      >
      > The Knights buckled down in the 3rd, settled into their trap, and took
      > 15 (mostly outside) shots to the Hornets 7 in the 3rd period. Alex
      > Steen got an outside shot by Fleury on a screen late in the game to
      > make the score 4-1 and send the Hornets home frustrated.
      >
      > The home crowd saw plenty of shots, 37 for the Knights, 30 for the
      > Hornets. The Knights were 1 for 5 on the PP. The Hornets were 1 for
      > 4.
      >
      > 3 stars:
      > Roberto Luongo, 29 saves.
      > Alex Steen, 1 goal, stellar defense
      > Corey Perry, 1 G , 1A.
      >
      >

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