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Andy is in again tonight. Will Auld ever start again?
Let's hope the Sens aren't singing the blues tonight.
Should be interesting to see if Lehner gets any games down the stretch. The Stache isn't showing any confidence in Auldy the Baldy.
Anyone have a stream for the game?
firstrowsports dot eu should do it Manny
Try this one Manny
My firewall blocks it, so I'm not sure if it works.
I swear I hear Tanks coming
Double whoops !!
Auld is going in. Gonna have to get Russell to change the title of the thread now.
rojadirecta.me also should work if Homers stream doesn't
this is really getting hard to watch
having to watch Blues telecast--the announcers are good but this game sure isn't
What's with the # 4 behind the nets?
I wonder what they are going to talk about in the next podcast because none of us will want to listen to a recap of these games
LOL Homer--- the Blues guys just answered your question--it's for Phillips because on Thursday he plays his 1000th
it just might be 1st sub 1 hour show.
oh ok, for a while was was scared that it's the number of goals Ottawa will spot the other team before they start playing.
Homer are u in Ottawa? Darren Pang the Blues announcer and a NHL Goalie is from there and he's talking about all his relatives there. Do u remember him when he played and that he was from Ottawa? Also do u follow guys who come from there?
Thanks for the streams fellas. Now that I started watching, I don't know if I want to keep watching...yikes...
Aye Caramba. Crossbar? Post? Gotta feel for these guys.
what Hockey God's did the Sens piss off---all these Posts and then a 2-0 breakaway and they still don't scoreTHIS EFFING SUCKS!!!!!!!
yeah, in Ottawa. Darren Pang played for the '67s our OHL jr team in the early '80s. I wasn't following hockey as much back then other than staying up on Saturday watching the Habs with my dad.
I did go to quite a few '67s games a few years later when Andrew Cassels was a highly rated CHL player.
Steve Yzerman played his CJHL (one level below the OHL) in Nepean (part of Ottawa) so he's always been a fan favorite in Ottawa.
Back in 77-78 Bobby Smith finished the season with 192 points for the '67s while Wayne Gretsky finished with 182 with the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds.
Other big names from Ottawa was Rick Vaive. His grandmother was on my paper route.and... ugh... Derek Roy is from Ottawa too. not to proud of that one...
Mike Peca also played for the '67s
lets hope DerekRoy never wants to come home and play---it would be very difficult to pull for him in a Senator jersey