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Which team is going to show up: the one that lost to the kittycats, or the one that beat the flightless birds?
GO SENS GO!
The way they've played this season so far, I'd say the team that beat Pittsburgh will be the team we see tonight.
Anyone know the lines?
The last time they were in Boston I believe was the last game of last season and TheLehner shut down the bears. 2-1 I think the score was and by winning that game they drew the Habs and kicked the sh*t out of them both literally and figuratively. So lets hope the Sens kick the crap out of the Bruins tonite like last game that 4-2 win.
Hey there Ralphie Boy!
... oops, wrong show
Anyone have a good game feed? I'm back in Leafs territory.
Well we made it through the "Keys to the Game" without getting scored on. That's a good start.
we missed Rene Rancourt!
I thought for sure they'd start Anderson didn't u guys?
try those SensGab u have to fight thru the spam stuff but.....
you never know with Stache.
Spezza loves to move the puck backwards
that frikkin Spezza never moves the puck deep into the zone, another backward pass to no one
Lehner: I don't care what tj thinks, I love my posts
Thanks tj, it'll do. :)
sorry Denis that wasn't a little bit of a break, that was a big break him hitting that post
obvious observation of the night: when the sens dont get scored on early, they do much better. their starts have been very good of late and not coincidentally, they haven't been allowing early bad goals.
TheLehner gave me a heart attack there
that could have turned out worse
Bryan Murray just got a few more gray hairs
pretty impressed with player 89 going hard to net with chara waiting for him.
"that could have turned out worse"
for sure, they could be losing 2-0 to the Slugs like the Leafs are
TheLehner: 2nd time's a charm
we as Senator fans have got to be very grateful that Boston traded away Sequin, in Dallas he's now a superstar