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    When hell freezes over, I’ll play hockey there too.

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  1. 3rd pair at best... Sabres need guys up front, that being said if they trade Risto... maybe
  2. Unless someone pics him before 7
  3. Given the Alternatives what do you have to lose?
  4. Helluv a game Dal v Nash... both teams were laying out for this one... overtime was something else... Wow. Bishop deserves Vesina
  5. Sure Ill just name it Sabrespace2.0
  6. Half the Sabres are too young to grow one, oh wait.. 😥
  7. Kid can catch and is shifty out the back field, but not a power back.
  8. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Norris_Memorial_Trophy Winners not finalists, still looking
  9. Best example I can think of distinguishing the two traits is Jonathan Toews in his prime was one intense guy but not overly physical vs someone like Victor Hedman who is physical and skilled but not overly intense
  10. No I think they are two distinct traits and Turcotte seems to have both. See other debate and why I agree I too like Turcotte.
  11. Interesting debate... though I think its both... intensity begets physicality and physicality can unnerve the other team and limit physicality especially if they see themselves as not being physical enough to stand up to other team. Skill and speed can negate physicality if a team doesnt back down and if a team remains intense. Really good teams have a blend of both imo.
  12. No its worse not in an Isle more like an ER bed... say holding B, is there a Doctor in the house?
  13. That is a heckuv a comparison... not saying you are wrong... and the more I think about it... spot on!
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