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Re: Duncan Keith: "Wakey, Wakey Backes" after Seabrook hit.

Postby goon attack » Wed Apr 23, 2014 4:17 pm

Scott Hamilton was the toughest skater on the Men's Olympic Skating Team. Almost as tough as Tara Lipinski. All are tougher than Brent Seabrook.
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Re: Duncan Keith: "Wakey, Wakey Backes" after Seabrook hit.

Postby Portland Blues » Wed Apr 23, 2014 5:30 pm

goon attack wrote:Scott Hamilton was the toughest skater on the Men's Olympic Skating Team. Almost as tough as Tara Lipinski. All are tougher than Brent Seabrook.


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Re: Duncan Keith: "Wakey, Wakey Backes" after Seabrook hit.

Postby Misc. Blues » Wed Apr 23, 2014 5:46 pm

goon attack wrote:Scott Hamilton was the toughest skater on the Men's Olympic Skating Team. Almost as tough as Tara Lipinski. All are tougher than Brent Seabrook.
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Re: Duncan Keith: "Wakey, Wakey Backes" after Seabrook hit.

Postby goon attack » Wed Apr 23, 2014 6:40 pm

He's been known to frequent Cheli's hot tub parties...MEN ONLY.
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Re: Duncan Keith: "Wakey, Wakey Backes" after Seabrook hit.

Postby Kerfuffle » Thu Apr 24, 2014 8:43 am

We are guaranteed to see Seabrook again this series on Sunday. Any predictions? Brawl? Reaves/Ott vs Seabrook fight? Hard hit to settle the score? My prediction is this: nothing will happen. The Blues will stay disciplined and focus on the series. Just my opinion - but I could be wrong. We'll see.
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Re: Duncan Keith: "Wakey, Wakey Backes" after Seabrook hit.

Postby cardsfan04 » Thu Apr 24, 2014 9:02 am

Nothing will happen this year. Next year, he'll get it though. Unfortunately, playoffs aren't the time to settle scores.
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Re: Duncan Keith: "Wakey, Wakey Backes" after Seabrook hit.

Postby Kerfuffle » Thu Apr 24, 2014 9:35 am

cardsfan04 wrote:Nothing will happen this year. Next year, he'll get it though. Unfortunately, playoffs aren't the time to settle scores.

I agree 100%. But if you watch Dan Millbury on the NHL network he's one of these guys that believes scores should be settled immediately and usually lashes out against the team that doesn't. When Torres layed out Hossa in the 2012 playoffs we had against Phoenix, Dan was critical of the Hawks for not retaliating until the following season and said we lost that series cause we didn't do anything about it. But granted Torres was suspended for like 21 games so we wouldn't have been able to get him anyhow. In 1991 we won the President's Trophy and played the North Stars in round 1 - and lost. The reason was that we played undisciplined and kept trying to settle scores and ended up spending too much time in the box. I've just always felt that when my Hawks tried to get even in the playoffs we usually ended up getting hurt more by that.
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Re: Duncan Keith: "Wakey, Wakey Backes" after Seabrook hit.

Postby fargoblues » Thu Apr 24, 2014 10:15 am

Duncan Keith is a bitch. Don't believe me, just ask Dandy Don:

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Re: Duncan Keith: "Wakey, Wakey Backes" after Seabrook hit.

Postby cprice12 » Thu Apr 24, 2014 10:19 am

Kerfuffle wrote:
cardsfan04 wrote:Nothing will happen this year. Next year, he'll get it though. Unfortunately, playoffs aren't the time to settle scores.

I agree 100%. But if you watch Dan Millbury on the NHL network he's one of these guys that believes scores should be settled immediately and usually lashes out against the team that doesn't. When Torres layed out Hossa in the 2012 playoffs we had against Phoenix, Dan was critical of the Hawks for not retaliating until the following season and said we lost that series cause we didn't do anything about it. But granted Torres was suspended for like 21 games so we wouldn't have been able to get him anyhow. In 1991 we won the President's Trophy and played the North Stars in round 1 - and lost. The reason was that we played undisciplined and kept trying to settle scores and ended up spending too much time in the box. I've just always felt that when my Hawks tried to get even in the playoffs we usually ended up getting hurt more by that.


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And there will be plenty of time to get Seabrook back. And yes...there will be payback next year...but not in this series, not if the Blues want to win it.
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