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Jan. 15, 2009.
Since then, bupkes.
And sooooooooo boring.
haha, the semester is almost over.I have my fair share of essays and readings. Good luck to you though!
I think JM just wants to have an extra defencemen on board in case of whatever, last-minute flu or groin pulls and such. Makes sense, don’t want to get caught with a short bench.
- I shall always remember Captain Koivu. Habs and Hockey.
you can do my readings/write my paper for me if you really want something to do
I’m kind of curious to the Weber call up. I mean, wouldn’t it better to have Weber playing rather then waiting in the wings as the 7th d-man? We have an extra forward already in Boyd, and Picard is playing well. I do think Weber is NHL ready but he’s still somewhat a liability in his own end (he’s -5 right now). The powerplay is clicking too, so its not like we need him immediately.
I guess it could be as simple as ensuring that there is still competition for a roster spot. Same reason why they keep on carrying Boyd: if aren’t playing your best, there is someone who is waiting for a chance to get back into the lineup
Weird coincidence. Mike Richards vs black people all over again….
Im so bored. can 730 come sooner?
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