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Don Cherry Talks Skinner, Gives Mario the Business

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Don Cherry had some great things to say about Jeff Skinner and some words for Mario Lemieux on Coach's Corner tonight. http://tinyurl.com/66ozn74


Not Fun. Not Fun At All

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For those of us who thought that last night's performance following Brind'Amour's number retirement was the turning point in the season, tonight's performance shows that there's more than one way to turn. An uninspiring 4-1 loss on home ice was embarrassing. Even though the fact we played all out, 60 minute hockey last night could be used as an excuse, the Devils also played last night.

We got bailed out tonight as the Thrashers also lost, so no lost ground on them. Tuesday night's game against the Rangers will have more consequence as we're chasing them and out only a few points and also struggling to stay ahead of Atlanta and Buffalo. Another must-win.


Just found this...

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I found this image just now that I created to go on some t-shirts after we won the Cup. Thought it fitting to post it up this weekend.


Loss on Brind'Amour Night Frustrates Lavi

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Last Updated on Saturday, 19 February 2011 11:15

The Moment

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Well Rod Brind'Amour night has come and gone. The banner has gone to the rafters. The Hurricanes and Flyers both paid tribute and the ceremony was outstanding.

Upon his introduction, the fans at the RBC Center went nuts. The ovation probably lasted a good 5 minutes and you could see that it meant a lot to Rod. He thanked the fans first and another ovation began that nearly didn't end. He thanked everyone that had been a big part of his career and especially Glen Wesley, Ron Francis and Glen Hedican. He talked about how special the Cup team was and thanked Eric Staal, Erik Cole, Cam Ward and Chad LaRose for being a part of that special time. He also thanked Peter Laviolette, who as the Flyers head coach was on the bench for them, for "finally warming up" to him and allowing him the chance to realize his boyhood dream.

After all the talking was done, the Stanley Cup was brought out as Rod put on his sweater for the last time. As he hoisted it, the banner bearing his number began rising to it's place of honor next to Ron Francis and Glen Wesley. The music playing - The Rising.

I'll just let the picture speak for itself.

Last Updated on Saturday, 19 February 2011 09:59

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