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    OK, back on topic:

    Is joe sakic still playing?

    is steve yverman still playing?

    How about brett hull?

    And who are the contenders this season?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bd007h
    We're talking about the National Hockey League
    What is their name?
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    There is no San Diego Gulls in the NHL. You are probably thinking of a Minor league team.

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    Probably. They are our county team.
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    san diego gulls

    I think that they are ENHL or something like that.
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    Ryan Miller should probably be the starting goalie for the Sabres this year. Ryan Miller, Martin Biron and Mika Noronen are all about the same skill level, but Biron and Noronen are too inconsistant. Ryan Miller spent all of last season with the Rochester Amerks in the AHL, so he has some hockey experience over the lockout time period. He's young and has the potential to be a great goalie in the NHL.

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    I'm very optimistic about the Habs. We have a very talanted up and coming youngsters crop in addition to the already solid-core that won a playoff spot last NHL season, so it can only get better from there.
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    i wonder if these high scoring exhibition games are gonna keep up through regular season :| i dont want to be seeing 6-4 on a regular basis damnit
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    Quote Originally Posted by HornyPope
    I'm very optimistic about the Habs. We have a very talanted up and coming youngsters crop in addition to the already solid-core that won a playoff spot last NHL season, so it can only get better from there.
    It's been a while since I paid much attention to hockey (and it'll take a certain owner's death - preferably painful, but I'm not picky - before I get suckered into caring again) so I need you to tell me something: do the Montreal players still engage in the tradition of performing analingus on each other between periods?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Ozymandias
    It's been a while since I paid much attention to hockey (and it'll take a certain owner's death - preferably painful, but I'm not picky - before I get suckered into caring again) so I need you to tell me something: do the Montreal players still engage in the tradition of performing analingus on each other between periods?
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