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Don't know how many hockey fans there are here but the playoffs have started so.... GO PREDS!!!
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Go Sens !

(Ottawa Senators)

Sens all the way !

Broncsdale said:
No way !!!! Carolina or Ottawa will come from the, east the west is a little more up for grabs
Right you are, and I'll save you the suspense.....

Carolina is going to choke and die !:D

It's been ages since they got a game on Ottawa

granted they're hot in their own conference, I think they're already psyched out and ready to give it to Ottawa and fast.

Ottawa was robbed last night !!!!!!!!!!!

No mo' Mr. Nice guy next game !

Subject: Ah...The Good Old Maple Leafs

> Ah...the good old maple leafs
> Question: What do the Leafs and the Titanic have in common?
> Answer: They both look good until they hit the ice!
> Question: What do you call $37 million spent on mannequins?
> Answer: The Toronto Maple Leafs.
> Question: Why doesn't Hamilton have an NHL team?
> Answer: Because, then Toronto would want one too.
> Question: How many Leaf's fans does it take to change a light bulb?
> Answer: Six. One to change the bulb and five to tell everyone else
>how good the old bulb used to be.
> A Canadian peacekeeper is on patrol in the Middle East when he
>stumbles across a lantern half-buried in the sand. He picks the lantern
>rubs it and out comes a genie. The genie tells the peacekeeper he can
>him one wish - anything he wants. Thinking, the peacekeeper pulls a map
>the region out of his back pocket and says he wants nothing more than
>in the region - no more fighting.
> "Wow," the genie says, "that's a tough one. Do you have anything
> The peacekeeper thinks a moment and says: "How about the Leafs
>winning the Stanley Cup?" to which the genie replies: "Let me see that
> Question: Do you know how many Leafs players it takes to win the
>Stanley Cup?
> Answer: No? Me neither!
> A man dies and he goes up to the Pearly Gates and meets St. Peter.
>After they go through the usual business, the man asks him a question:
>Peter, all my life I've wondered what Hell actually looks like. Would it
>be possible for me to just get a look at it?"
> St. Peter thinks about this and finally replies: "Well, I'm not
>really supposed to do this, but you've lived a good life, why not just
>little look? See that elevator over there? Take it down to the very
>bottom. When you get there, the doors will open. Whatever you do, don't
>get out! Then, the doors will close and you'll be brought right back
> So the man jumps into the elevator and takes it down as far as it
>will go. When it stops and the doors open, the man is greeted not by the
>fire and brimstone that he'd expected, but rather a blinding snowstorm.
>doors then shut and he's brought back up to St. Peter.
> "St. Peter," the man says. "That wasn't at all what I was
> I always thought hell would be fire and brimstone, but instead it's
>ice and snow!"
> "Well," St. Peter replies. "The Leafs must have finally won the
> A guy buys a big-screen TV and invites a friend over to watch a
>hockey game one Saturday night. They're watching the game and the Leafs
>score the first goal. The guy's dog starts barking, jumping up and down
>wagging its tail like crazy. This lasts for five minutes. The friend
>"What's that all about?"
> "Ah, he always does that whenever the Leafs score a goal," the
>owner responds.
> "Wow, that's amazing! What does the dog do when the Leafs win a
> "Oh, we don't know. We've only owned him for two years."
> Question: What is blue and white and lives in the basement?
> Answer: The Toronto Maple Leafs.
> Question: Why is the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto?
> Answer: It's the only way the Stanley Cup will ever be in Toronto.

>Yesterday in Toronto it was reported that the hockey club would begin
>wearing brown uniforms next year. Apparently, Leafs do change colours
>they fall.
> Pat Quinn took $100 million worth of hockey players to the Turin
>Olympics and in just two weeks turned them into the Toronto Maple Leafs.
> Question: Why don't the Maple Leafs drink tea?
> Answer: Because the Canadiens have all the Cups!
> Little David was in his Grade 5 class when the teacher asked the
>children what their fathers did for a living. All the typical answers
>up: doctor, fireman, policeman, salesman, etc. David was being
>uncharacteristically quiet, so the teacher asked him about his father.
> "My father's an exotic dancer in a gay bar and takes off all his
>clothes in front of other men. Sometimes, if the offer's really good,
>go out to the alley with some guy and make love with him for money."
> The teacher, obviously shaken by this statement, hurriedly set the
>other children to work on some colouring and took David aside. "Is that
>really true about your father?" the teacher asked him.
> "No," David replied. "He plays for the Toronto Maple Leafs, but I
>was too embarrassed to say that in front of the other kids."
> Question: What's the difference between the Toronto Maple Leafs
>a cigarette machine?
> Answer: The cigarette machine has PLAYER'S.
> Question: When is the only time the Stanley Cup is paraded in
> Answer: When the Leafs change buildings.
> A 7-year-old boy from Toronto was at the centre of a courtroom
>in an Ontario courthouse this morning when he challenged a court ruling
>over who should have legal custody of him.
> The boy has a history of being beaten repeatedly by both parents
>the judge had previously awarded custody to the boy's aunt. The boy
>confirmed that his aunt beat him more than his parents and he refused to
> live there. When the judge then suggested that he be placed with
>grandparents, the boy cried out that they beat him more severely than
>anyone. The judge, in an unprecedented ruling, dramatically allowed the
>boy, in spite of his youth and obvious inexperience, to make his own
>as to who should have legal guardianship over him.
> In front of a packed and cheering courtroom this morning, custody
>was subsequently granted to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the boy stated his
>firm belief that they aren't capable of beating anyone.
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Ottawa Sens are kicking @$$

that series is as good as locked !

BorderBronco said:
Well here's a thread worth reading! :thumbup
Hard to know who to cheer on as my Canucks choked down the stretch. Watching the Sens has been fun all year, but I'm hoping the Oilers can clip the Wings, and the Flames finally convince Disney that the Ducks really need to lose the 'Mighty.'
We don't get to see the Vancouver games here

I miss that. The last time I saw them, when I lived on the island, they had pink and white uniforms and used "Islanders" in their name.

Looks like Ottawa's "in with a chance" touch wood.

I dunno

I had my hopes pinned on the Sens, but they barely pulled the 7th game out of the toilet.

Unless their "suck" factor diminishes, they're in a pile of trouble when they meet a team that can actually play hockey.

It's all over but the cryin' here in Ottawa

You'd think we'd get used to losing, but somehow it still hurts

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