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  • Game 60 vs Red Wings

    Sens win 3-2 in OT. A bit of a surprising victory with the luck they'd been having. It could be said that Karlsson was responsible for both of Detroit's goals, but it really isn't in the case. On both occasions he's actually making solid defensive plays, but the 1% chance happens twice in one night. On the giveaway goal he's pretty much alone against three Red Wings, and on the own-goal he's breaking up a pass that leads to a sure goal if he isn't there anyways. It was a hair away from being an epic pokecheck blocked shot.

    Sens have won three in a row, but it still doesn't seem like it's going to be enough. They've got a while to rest before Tuesday in Edmonton.. maybe this is the beginning of a turnaround streak :)

    Phaneuf had a really good game and so did Mark Stone. Bobby Ryan keeps creating opportunities - he had one beautiful between-the-legs play and a very close breakaway - but remains seemingly snakebitten and was unable to score on both plays.

  • #2
    We're #12, we're #12!

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    • #3

      Originally posted by Stylizer
      We're #12, we're #12!
      A good year to trade our 1st for an asset like Drouin..

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        I went to this game. Sort of a snoozefest for a while, but the third period was pretty entertaining. Karlsson had a really good game despite what happened. I had to blame him a bit for the first goal, he could have found somewhere to put the puck but trusted the calling from the Red Wing and threw it out front. But when you have 65 points from the blue line, I'm not really worried about his mistakes.

        It was great to see Phaneuf get one pretty quickly with the Sens. I've been really satisfied with him. He's brought toughness, experience and leadership to the table along with a solid all-around game. From his interviews and play on the ice, I've been really pleased with him. Does he live up to his $7M contract? No. But he's a quality player.

        Originally posted by Josh View Post
        A good year to trade our 1st for an asset like Drouin..
        I don't think we'll even need to send a 1st to get Drouin. I think we'll end up with him soon, and still have our first, Ceci, and Chabot/White.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Alfie11 View Post
          I went to this game. Sort of a snoozefest for a while, but the third period was pretty entertaining. Karlsson had a really good game despite what happened. I had to blame him a bit for the first goal, he could have found somewhere to put the puck but trusted the calling from the Red Wing and threw it out front. But when you have 65 points from the blue line, I'm not really worried about his mistakes.

          It was great to see Phaneuf get one pretty quickly with the Sens. I've been really satisfied with him. He's brought toughness, experience and leadership to the table along with a solid all-around game. From his interviews and play on the ice, I've been really pleased with him. Does he live up to his $7M contract? No. But he's a quality player.



          I don't think we'll even need to send a 1st to get Drouin. I think we'll end up with him soon, and still have our first, Ceci, and Chabot/White.
          Stevie owes Murray for the Bishop trade.

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          • #6
            If the Sens give up a lot for Drouin I'll be disappointed. We have all the leverage in the world.

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            • #7

              Originally posted by Alfie11
              If the Sens give up a lot for Drouin I'll be disappointed. We have all the leverage in the world.
              It's definitely not a position of need so I agree that any deal for him should not cost us anything crucial.

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