1/24 @ Philadelphia (6PM CT) - WELL KLINGBERG USED TO WORK FOR MR. RUFF, DID YOU KNOW HIM?

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NO NUH-UH. OH WAIT ... WAS HE A GREAT BIG FAT GOAL SCORER?

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Raffl out a couple of weeks.
Faksa out with mud butt.
Oettinger starts.
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No Raffl and no Faksa, I think we're toast to play Dallas Stars hockey.

Philly is pretty desperate, having lost 12 in a row. The Stars have already spoilt the opportunity of being swept during this trip, let's have at least an OTL with a ton of ridiculous goals.
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He was 22 when his streak started.
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*poo poo*, that's impressive. Kinda thought no one would ever break that record.
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Bowness would've benched his ass. Ah, maybe not. Yandle is way too old and slow.
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Oettinger hasn't *poo poo* the bed yet. Nice to see some improvement.
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Lindblom rotates back to cover the point and shows he has zero instinct to play D. Easiest breakaway you'll see all season.
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No, any breakaway against Oettinger is easier.
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Sweet deflection by Klingberg.
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Klingberg scores a Matvichuk.
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This game is sooooo boring.
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Same *poo poo* as in Buffalo and Detroit, without the silly goals.
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Sweet RoboSlide to stop the wraparound goal.
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Gurianov benched for the entire third LOL.
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Ugh, looks like Bowness is safe for another few games.
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Knives Out wrote: Mon Jan 24, 2022 9:35 pm Gurianov benched for the entire third LOL.
If that's because of his shift where he made two awful turnovers, each offering a potential Flyers tying goal, then I fully understand it.

That was more Bowness hockey, but three goals scored is a bit much. Pavelski should have missed that empty-netter goal.
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From the shift chart it looks like Klingberg was paired with Hanley for 12 seconds.
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Knives Out wrote: Mon Jan 24, 2022 8:33 pm This game is sooooo boring.
I fell asleep in the third.
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Math wrote: Mon Jan 24, 2022 9:42 pm
Knives Out wrote: Mon Jan 24, 2022 9:35 pm Gurianov benched for the entire third LOL.
If that's because of his shift where he made two awful turnovers, each offering a potential Flyers tying goal, then I fully understand it.

That was more Bowness hockey, but three goals scored is a bit much. Pavelski should have missed that empty-netter goal.
It is funny how Gurianov is the only guy Bowness benches.
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FWIW, Gurianov got benched for only the last half of the third period, not the entire period.
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