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Re: Tanks KHL coach says he's not NHL ready

Postby glen a richter » Mon Aug 06, 2012 10:10 am

Oaklandblue wrote:
glen a richter wrote:
Oaklandblue wrote:
glen a richter wrote:I predict the next coach after Hitchcock will be Mike Keenan.


Die


Be careful what you wish for...


To clarify, I didn't mean for you to die or Keenan or Hitch to die, it's a game, its not life and death or anything serious. I meant the -idea- of having Keenan again as Coach. I know you're kidding but the thought of it sent a shiver up my spine and took me back to a time when we had the kind of team that could have walked away with the Cup and Keenan jacked all that up to Hell.

If you took it any other way, I do greatly apologize.


No it's cool I've just been on edge the past few months. Let's just say I'm not the healthiest person in the world.
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Re: Tanks KHL coach says he's not NHL ready

Postby Oaklandblue » Mon Aug 06, 2012 11:58 pm

glen a richter wrote:
Oaklandblue wrote:
glen a richter wrote:
Oaklandblue wrote:
glen a richter wrote:I predict the next coach after Hitchcock will be Mike Keenan.


Die


Be careful what you wish for...


To clarify, I didn't mean for you to die or Keenan or Hitch to die, it's a game, its not life and death or anything serious. I meant the -idea- of having Keenan again as Coach. I know you're kidding but the thought of it sent a shiver up my spine and took me back to a time when we had the kind of team that could have walked away with the Cup and Keenan jacked all that up to Hell.

If you took it any other way, I do greatly apologize.


No it's cool I've just been on edge the past few months. Let's just say I'm not the healthiest person in the world.


I'm sorry to hear that :(. I wish I had something sage to say to help you thru it, all I can say is that you're still with us and reading this and that has to account for something. No one knows how long they'll be here or when they'll go, but we're here and still here now and all we can do is make the best of it and leave behind a part of ourselves that benefits others. I believe we do that by showing what others mean to us, commit random acts of kindness for others and through those things we leave behind memories that surely will be passed along to others. Beyond biological, it's kind of the only legacy, as humans, we can leave behind.

This is probably not the best place for this sort of post, but I feel like I had to say something because I feel we're all in this together.
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Re: Tanks KHL coach says he's not NHL ready

Postby WaukeeBlues » Tue Aug 07, 2012 6:04 pm

Oaklandblue wrote:
glen a richter wrote:
Oaklandblue wrote:
glen a richter wrote:
Oaklandblue wrote:
glen a richter wrote:I predict the next coach after Hitchcock will be Mike Keenan.


Die


Be careful what you wish for...


To clarify, I didn't mean for you to die or Keenan or Hitch to die, it's a game, its not life and death or anything serious. I meant the -idea- of having Keenan again as Coach. I know you're kidding but the thought of it sent a shiver up my spine and took me back to a time when we had the kind of team that could have walked away with the Cup and Keenan jacked all that up to Hell.

If you took it any other way, I do greatly apologize.


No it's cool I've just been on edge the past few months. Let's just say I'm not the healthiest person in the world.


I'm sorry to hear that :(. I wish I had something sage to say to help you thru it, all I can say is that you're still with us and reading this and that has to account for something. No one knows how long they'll be here or when they'll go, but we're here and still here now and all we can do is make the best of it and leave behind a part of ourselves that benefits others. I believe we do that by showing what others mean to us, commit random acts of kindness for others and through those things we leave behind memories that surely will be passed along to others. Beyond biological, it's kind of the only legacy, as humans, we can leave behind.

This is probably not the best place for this sort of post, but I feel like I had to say something because I feel we're all in this together.


I've been having a tough time as of late as well. Your post honestly helped.

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Re: Tanks KHL coach says he's not NHL ready

Postby sparty09 » Sat Aug 11, 2012 12:58 am

Tarasenko has announced that he'll play in the KHL if there's a lock-out. I guess that it makes sense somewhat for him to that and he'll be far from the only one to play there.
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Re: Tanks KHL coach says he's not NHL ready

Postby ViPeRx007 » Sat Aug 11, 2012 11:22 am

sparty09 wrote:Tarasenko has announced that he'll play in the KHL if there's a lock-out. I guess that it makes sense somewhat for him to that and he'll be far from the only one to play there.


Ugh. Why can't the NHL/Players get their shit together? Seriously. A lockout every couple of seasons is a complete joke.
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Re: Tanks KHL coach says he's not NHL ready

Postby STLADOGG » Sat Aug 11, 2012 8:23 pm

sparty09 wrote:Tarasenko has announced that he'll play in the KHL if there's a lock-out. I guess that it makes sense somewhat for him to that and he'll be far from the only one to play there.

I f a lockout does happen then we will never see Tarasenko in a NHL uniform. Why would he want to play in a league that doesn't play?
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Re: Tanks KHL coach says he's not NHL ready

Postby gaijin » Sun Aug 12, 2012 9:49 am

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sparty09 wrote:Tarasenko has announced that he'll play in the KHL if there's a lock-out. I guess that it makes sense somewhat for him to that and he'll be far from the only one to play there.

I f a lockout does happen then we will never see Tarasenko in a NHL uniform. Why would he want to play in a league that doesn't play?


Which is exactly what will happen, now that we could have someone who can chip in more than 25 goals.
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