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Offline Leafer

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December 3rd Leafs Vs Canucks
« on: December 04, 2016, 02:14:29 AM »
Giving this a try:

The Good

1. The PK. They have been great lately, tonight included.

2. The leafs in general. Played a great game.

3. Being the ones to return from a 2-0 deficit for a change.

4. Andersen. Solid play once again kept us in the game.

5. 3 on 3 OT. Was that exciting, or what?

The Bad

1. The puck bounce over Matthews stick in the final minutes of third.

2. Andersen in the shootout.

The Ugly

1. Don Cherry's post game comments. He claimed to know more about hockey than anyone else in the game just because he predicted Gudbranson would take his visor off in expectation of having to fight Martin. A prediction he claimed to make to himself. I've been a Cherry backer, but I don't know. It might be time for him to hang his suits up.

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Re: December 3rd Leafs Vs Canucks
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2016, 08:04:35 AM »
The Leafs should have won the game they had opportunities to score but didn't.  I agree about Cherry. He made some comments a couple of weeks ago too that were off the track

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Re: December 3rd Leafs Vs Canucks
« Reply #2 on: December 04, 2016, 09:29:39 AM »
Giving this a try:

The Good

1. The PK. They have been great lately, tonight included.

2. The leafs in general. Played a great game.

3. Being the ones to return from a 2-0 deficit for a change.

4. Andersen. Solid play once again kept us in the game.

5. 3 on 3 OT. Was that exciting, or what?

The Bad

1. The puck bounce over Matthews stick in the final minutes of third.

2. Andersen in the shootout.

The Ugly


1. Don Cherry's post game comments. He claimed to know more about hockey than anyone else in the game just because he predicted Gudbranson would take his visor off in expectation of having to fight Martin. A prediction he claimed to make to himself. I've been a Cherry backer, but I don't know. It might be time for him to hang his suits up.


It's good to see them coming back for a change. The 3 on 3 Sure is exciting, I have no idea why they have to go to a shoot out.... I hate it in Hockey and I hate it even more in Soccer.

I've loved Don Cherry for many, many years but his comments now should be kept in a bar with a couple of his friends and not be highlighted across Canada and the US. I hate the way he always tells Ron to "shut up". Cherry is lucky he's had Ron "a true gentleman" by his side over the years.
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