USA vs. Canada...canadians blinked eh.

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"The Stanley Cup is going to get quite a suntan this summer courtesy of the Tampa Bay Lightning."

http://www.nhl.com/cupcrazy2004/serieso/game7.shtml

basically this sums up what i want to say to all our LOVELY canadian members at this great forum...

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Despite my Canadian citizenship, I must admit I was rooting for Tampa Bay *hides behind bunker to avoid flying stuff from Canadians* :mrgreen:

I play Fantasy Hockey on Yahoo with a bunch of guys from my old highschool, and I had several Tampa players on my team: Brad Richards, Freddy Modin, Vincent LaCavalier, Pavel Kubina, and Nik Khabiboulin (sp?). They got me an incredible amount of points compared to some of my other guys. I thought they were going to do well in the playoffs long before the playoffs started, and I'm happy they got that far. They are a young team with LOADS of talent, and should be a strong team for years to come if they keep the core together.

It's not that I don't like Calgary, but I just couldn't get myself behind them when I like Tampa that much.
 

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GO TAMPA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
 

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hmm, where are all those proud anti-U.S. canadians?? 8)

how bout those flames eh?
 
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I think they've adopted a clever reverse psychology strategy :lol: :lol: .
 

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the number of views and low replies OBVIOUSLY suggest that they saw this and the icing-on-the-cake-nelson probably made they cry.

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Frankly I don't watch hockey haha. I've been following NBA finals so closely that I forgot about the NHL finals lol.
 

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no, calgary beat Vancouver, therefore they deserve to lose
 

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I'm sorry to burst your bubble Justin but WE won the Stanley Cup!
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4 Vincent Lecavalier 6-4 207 4.21.80 Ile Bizard, Quebec :arrow:
8 Martin Cibak 6-1 195 5.17.80 Liptovmikulas, Slovakia
9 Eric Perrin ** 5-9 176 11.1.75 Laval Quebec :arrow:
19 Brad Richards 6-1 198 5.2.80 Murray Harbour, PEI :arrow:
27 Tim Taylor 6-1 190 2.6.69 Stratford, Ontario :arrow:


LEFT WING
# NAME HT WT DOB HOMETOWN
11 Chris Dingman 6-4 235 7.6.76 Edmonton, Alberta :arrow:
17 Ruslan Fedotenko 6-2 195 1.18.79 Kiev, Ukraine
25 Dave Andreychuk 6-4 220 9.29.63 Hamilton, Ontario :arrow:
29 Dmitry Afanasenkov 6-2 200 5.12.80 Arkhangelsk
33 Fredrik Modin 6-4 220 10.8.74 Sundsvall, Sweden
61 Cory Stillman 6-0 197 12.20.73 Peterborough, Ontario :arrow:


RIGHT WING
# NAME HT WT DOB HOMETOWN
7 Ben Clymer 6-1 198 4.11.78 Bloomington, Minnesota
26 Martin St. Louis 5-9 185 6.18.75 Laval, Quebec :arrow:
36 Andre Roy 6-3 221 2.8.75 Port Chester, NY


DEFENSE
# NAME HT WT DOB HOMETOWN
2 Stan Neckar ** 6-1 209 12.22.75 Ceske, Czech Republic
5 Jassen Cullimore 6-5 244 12.4.72 Simcoe, Ontario :arrow:
13 Pavel Kubina 6-4 230 4.15.77 Celadna, Czech Republic
21 Cory Sarich 6-3 204 8.16.78 Saskatoon,Saskatchewan :arrow:
22 Dan Boyle 5-11 190 7.12.76 Ottawa, Ontario :arrow:
37 Brad Lukowich 6-1 200 8.12.76 Cranbrook, B.C. :arrow:
38 Darren Rumble 6-1 200 1.23.69 Barrie Ontario :arrow:
44 Nolan Pratt 6-3 203 8.14.75 Ft. McMurray, Alberta :arrow:
55 Darryl Sydor ^ 6-1 205 5.13.72 Edmonton, Alberta :arrow:


GOALTENDER
# NAME HT WT DOB HOMETOWN
35 Nikolai Khabibulin 6-1 203 1.13.73 Sverdlovsk, Russia
47 John Grahame 6-2 220 8.31.75 Denver, Colorado

so 14 of them are Canadian and most of the others European.. sorry dude but we won :wink:
 

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Lords Stanley's win be seen and celebrated in Florida, NOT Canada, WE WON.

you wont see it in Calgary anytime soon no matter where the players are from. they played for the Tamba Bay Lightning, aka U.S. team in NHL :wink:
 

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justin syder said:
Lords Stanley's win be seen and celebrated in Florida, NOT Canada, WE WON.

you wont see it in Calgary anytime soon no matter where the players are from. they played for the Tamba Bay Lightning, aka U.S. team in NHL :wink:

yeah but all you have is money.. no talent so you have to buy your success... if you feel proud of that fakeness then it's your problem but the real winners are Canadian and European
 

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Canada is the cradle of hockey, its one of our freakin national sports!! What's the USA's national sport? Hmm?? :lol:
 

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M5Rangerover said:
Canada is the cradle of hockey, its one of our freakin national sports!! What's the USA's national sport? Hmm?? :lol:

foot *duh* ball and the wrong one...

I much prefer European Football aka Soccer
 

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Wow, Ren, I didn't know that many were Canadian - LaCavalier, Richards, Andreychuk (knew that one), St. Loius, all the best players. Yeah, that's right, the BEST players!!!!

Go Canada!!!! :D
 
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Renesis said:
foot *duh* ball and the wrong one...

I much prefer European Football aka Soccer

I'd like both sports better if they'd combine the two :lol: .
 

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ESPNSTI said:
Renesis said:
foot *duh* ball and the wrong one...

I much prefer European Football aka Soccer

I'd like both sports better if they'd combine the two :lol: .

rugby anyone?
 
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Well I was picturing a soccer player kicking the ball around, getting tackled, and not friggin act like he's dying :evil: .
Anyways, do they allow the ball to be kicked in rugby (other than a field goal)?
Something along the same lines that I find enjoyable to watch: Australian football :) .
 
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