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GDT: Sabres at Flames, THURSDAY 12/05/19, 9:00 pm ET

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1 minute ago, Let's Go B-Lo said:

It's like the old guy at the course who you out-drive on every hole but he beats you by 6 shots a side and you aren't sure how.

Yes, exactly. 

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Low camera angle is going to make it kind of tough to see pucks go in the net. I needed Dan on that first one.

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Don't shoot me, but Moulson, in his first run here, was the type of player who'd have tips sometimes like that Sam goal. 

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1 minute ago, Doohickie said:

The only urgency on that powerplay was on the part of the penalty killers.

Maybe it's time to give Larry or Gus a shift on the PP just to get some energy going.  When they move the puck crisply it's fine, but too often it goes to Jack and dies.

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2 minutes ago, ... said:

Talk about a morgue.

Okay, what do you want to know about morgues?

1 minute ago, Thorny said:

Don't shoot me, but Moulson, in his first run here, was the type of player who'd have tips sometimes like that Sam goal. 

No, you're right.

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2 minutes ago, Let's Go B-Lo said:

It's like the old guy at the course who you out-drive on every hole but he beats you by 6 shots a side and you aren't sure how.

Haha ... I’ve noticed the ones who don’t care for Reinhart as a player are the ones who point watch or puck watch when they watch games. Or the ones who only notice “talent” and “skill” is when the player plays fast, skates fast, or dipsy doodles like the second coming of Afinogenov. Not everyone mind you, but a lot. At least that’s what I’ve noticed.

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The hands aren't quite warmed up yet, presumably because of travel and 3 days between games, but they've started this game with very strong skating and effort. And perfectly timed aggressive forechecking plays and pinches 

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Learning opportunity for Asplund.  Luckily it didn't end up in the back of his net.

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The PP is just not good.  

No movement, no one in front of the next, all perimeter play.  

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