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November 11, 2007

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A, I saw that save, and my boys were fucking ROBBED because that puck crossed the line. That score should have been 4-1. But you know what? I was still shaking my head in amazement cuz that boy stood on his HEAD to steal that, and you gotta give it up for that. I was on my feet, too.

What I wanna know is what Eaves and Hakstol were saying to each other at the end, cuz for a minute there, I thought that ND Asst. Coach Eades was gonna take a swing "Nobody messes with coach, dude." I was trying to remember if I've ever seen them just toss 10 players like that, I couldn't believe they just escorted all of them out.

Then, the other great picture I remember is the three Badgers, including your hot rookie, standing on the wrong side of the glass, watching, when the Badgers finally took Lammy's shutout away. The yearning. It was a great picture.

ND looked good, though, and I really loved being able to watch them. When they get flying and in synch, it is a thing of beauty. I freaking love this game - for 30 years, that team has been a source of joy.

what else does ND have. give em some hockey.

leinie, your guys deserved that win, they played well. What are ya'll feeding #2, fertilizer laced with crack? Dude is half a head taller than the biggest guy we have.

See you in the WCHA tourney!

A.

Oh, and the only other time I've seen that many ejections was a game against Alaska maybe 4-5 years ago, but that brawl cleared both benches. I remember it because both teams were so into it that when one of the refs tried to pull them apart, the AL player turned around and slugged him.

There's not a lot of fighting in college hockey, but when there is, they make it count.

A.

ooh, that musta been fun.

but who cares, the packers played damn good against the ickings, but they better beat those damn cowpies!

Athenae, a real battle of the goalies coming up this weekend--Shane Connelly vs Richard Bachman in Colorado Springs. Might be the first 0-0, 0-0 weekend in WCHA history, though I'm hoping my Bengals can sneak one or two past Connelly.

i just got a few minutes. horrid teevee yakers

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