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  • Lightning at Blue Jackets, 4/8 7 PM ET

    LET'S GO BOLTS!

    Just win, please.

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    • #3
      Either Cernak is the most indispensible player on the team or Coop finally told the scoring lines he was getting sick of their you-know-what.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by TexasBolt View Post
        Either Cernak is the most indispensible player on the team or Coop finally told the scoring lines he was getting sick of their you-know-what.
        Not mutually exclusive
        If no government system will guarantee a utopia, then our best choice is to look for the least exploitive one

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        • #5
          Ugly.
          Yay, bottom 6 scored!
          Point still playing poorly and trying to stickhandle his way through everything ending up in turnovers.
          Johnson circling the drain on the 4th line sets up Colton.

          Stamkos inevitably paralyzed from the waste down ending his season/career on a harmless looking dump-in...
          D and F's still manage to give up 4 goals and everyone should focus on the fact that Vasy erased at least 2 sure goals in the 1st period. Only one thing to feel good about from that game. They scored some goals(even though ES the top lines are ass still). Puck management is still atrocious. Hopefully they sort that aspect out before the real games start.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by TexasBolt View Post
            Either Cernak is the most indispensible player on the team or Coop finally told the scoring lines he was getting sick of their you-know-what.
            2 from McD, monster game from 3rd line and Colton from Maroon/Johnson on the 4th line, with a chip in PP goal from Stamkos? Not liking the "scoring line" play at even strength one bit. They're invisible.

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            • #7
              Not bothered about the goals at the end unlike some real rays of sunshine. However, I’m already mad at Cooper for breaking up the Coleman and/or Maroon lines when Kuch returns so he can keep running Tyler Johnson out there.

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              • #8
                Point struggling. Looks a lot like squirt age youth who try to stick handle through players instead of passing. Hard to believe just a few years ago he was the center on the line that shut down the perfection line.
                Bolts72

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