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Wild VS Ducks

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Tonights the night, puck should drop any minute here, this has grown to be one of the very best rivalries in the entire NHL, and by far the Wilds best rivalry. Used to be Blackhawks VS North Stars was the game to watch, but I would take Wild VS Ducks now anyday. GO DEREK BOOOOOOOOOGAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRD

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Boogaard vs May was a great show of Mays good defensive skills. Grade F

Boogaard plowing into Giguere was cheep, But that was solved as he got his clock cleaned by Parros. F for hitting a hall of fame goalie who just came off IR, and an F for getting knocked the f out in the fight afterwords.

Shultz vs. Getzlaf All I will say is you are lucky Getzlafs arm was caught in his sweater Mr Shultz. Grade C-.

Kind of funny to see Foster keep his gloves on when Niedermayer elbowed him in the head after he got back up from the first elbow. HMMM, cross check him or let Rob pounding his face in, he made a wize choice. This one gets a D- just because it was a good cross.

Actual hockey play was outstanding, Expecially the goaltending. Can they go 10-0-0?

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whats your problem with boogard?? He did what the wild needed him to do, set the tone for the game that the wild were going to take any crap!

May was too scared to throw punches, and Boogard lost his footing twice with Parros. and the collision with guigure was incidental!!

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Your grading system gets a F

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Your grading system gets a F


I like that. Thats funny!! I second the F

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Don't you guys agree though, probably top 5 rivalry now in the NHL???

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Hey cw642 did you get confused and think you were on the fishingAnaheim site or something? I agree I give your grading system an F also. Boogaard will be back to form soon(not soon enough for me tho!)

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I would have to agree about the Top 5 rivalry. It will probably only last a year though. Remember when the Wild and Canucks went at it in the playoffs and how everyone hated the Canucks. That seemed to only last about a year. Next year the wild will probably have a new one.

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walleyes12, why put down Mays for dropping his gloves against Boogaard, when Foster wouldn't against Niedermayer. I suppose Foster was looking for Boogaard to bail him out when Rob was knocking him in the head with his elbow. Niedermayer vs. Boogaard might be a good one the next time they meet. I am a die hard wild fan, but I love the game more than any team. I guess I was just hoping for a few good fights. By the way Boogaard is a pro skater, and any mite hockey player could have missed running into Giguere.

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Big Bad Brad may is a hero for dropping his gloves with boogard?? If you remember right big bad Brad May sucker punched Kim Johnson in the back of the head during the playoffs. You don't think we were going to go after him during the game. Come out and say you are a ducks fan. Everything your saying is sticking up for the ducks

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BTW- I have another grade for everyone. The Wild is 5-0 and the last undefeated team in the NHL, went into the defending Stanley Cup Champions house and shut them out. Grade- A+

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By the way Boogaard is a pro skater, and any mite hockey player could have missed running into Giguere.


Pro skater? He's not even close to a Bantam skater. What have you been watching? For what he is out there for... he doesn't need to know how to skate.

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