Sunday, November 26, 2006

Saturday in Review

By now you already know what happened last night. Here's what I liked/didn't like:

* Gagne and Nittymaki leading the Flyers to a win
* Ex-Leaf Boyes scoring to put away the Leafs
* Chara dominating in both ends
* Chistov showing small flashes that he may not be a bust afterall
* Columbus scoring goals - 5 of them
* Fedorov with 4 points
* Lehtonen shutting out Florida
* Nabokov shutting out New Jersey
* Thornton's sweet goal on Brodeur
* Frolov, Cammalleri, Brown and Kopitar all contributing offensively
* Wojtek Wolski with a four point night
* Lundvist v Fleury - a great goaltending dual
* Jagr. Enough said there
* Nolan and Perreault both getting goals
* Nashville making a statement vs Detroit
* Chris Mason stepping up in Vokoun's absence - the Preds will need more of that
* Nashville's offense from their D
* Jason Blake's explosiveness
* Rick Dipietro's consistency - can he keep it up?
* Islanders' ceremony for Bob Bourne with Bossy and Trottier in attendance
* Ron Maclean's pre-game interview of Colin Campbell - very tough but fair
* Kelly Hrudey's critique of Jose Theodore during Behind the Mark - very tough but fair
* Tony Granato on After Hours - he's a classy guy and his story is an inspirational one

* Sundin came back but the Leafs' offense sputtered
* Tucker as a fighter instead of a scorer
* The Habs giving up a late shorthanded goal down by one
* Yashin going down with a knee injury - sounds like nothing serious though
* Devils having scoring trouble, even with Gomez back
* Canucks having scoring trouble, with Daniel Sedin out
* Calgary's special teams vs LA
* Phoenix v St. Louis - somebody had to get two points
* Joey McDonald struggling

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