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Re: Coyotes @ Leafs - Feb. 11th, 7:00pm - TSN4, TSN 1050
« Reply #150 on: February 11, 2020, 09:51:15 PM »
You see, on a team built for speed I'd be very reluctant to deal Kapanen.  He may not have the greatest hockey sense all the time, but he also gives some pure juice plays like that that most guys simply cannot make.  He's dangerous like that on PKs too.

I generally lean toward trading Kapanen if someone needs to go but if Kerfoot is getting moved to the wing permanently I think that makes Johnsson the more expendable one.

Kerfoot is perhaps the most versatile of the three.  I'd like to keep both 18 and 24 but it's probably not to be.

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Re: Coyotes @ Leafs - Feb. 11th, 7:00pm - TSN4, TSN 1050
« Reply #151 on: February 11, 2020, 09:52:47 PM »
No way they win that with Hutch in net

On a team with an iffy defense it helps to have a guy backing up who looks pretty economical in net.  Campbell fills the bill there, so far anyhow.

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« Reply #151 on: February 11, 2020, 09:52:47 PM »

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Re: Coyotes @ Leafs - Feb. 11th, 7:00pm - TSN4, TSN 1050
« Reply #152 on: February 11, 2020, 09:59:05 PM »

Upon further review, okay that call back is good
Arizona should still be a bit miffed
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Re: Coyotes @ Leafs - Feb. 11th, 7:00pm - TSN4, TSN 1050
« Reply #153 on: February 11, 2020, 10:04:04 PM »
I don't know about you guys but I'm liking Campbell slightly better than Hutchinson

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Re: Coyotes @ Leafs - Feb. 11th, 7:00pm - TSN4, TSN 1050
« Reply #154 on: February 11, 2020, 10:04:58 PM »
I don't know about you guys but I'm liking Campbell slightly better than Hutchinson
Slightly lol.

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Re: Coyotes @ Leafs - Feb. 11th, 7:00pm - TSN4, TSN 1050
« Reply #155 on: February 11, 2020, 10:08:23 PM »
This win is dedicated to the ghost of lc9.
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Re: Coyotes @ Leafs - Feb. 11th, 7:00pm - TSN4, TSN 1050
« Reply #156 on: February 11, 2020, 11:29:59 PM »
I don't know about you guys but I'm liking Campbell slightly better than Hutchinson


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Re: Coyotes @ Leafs - Feb. 11th, 7:00pm - TSN4, TSN 1050
« Reply #157 on: February 12, 2020, 08:21:50 AM »
This win is dedicated to the ghost of lc9.

What a way to go out

Dubas has to find a trade partner for Kapanen.   He does the same thing every time.  Fly down the win and then turn back and usually make a bad pass and turns it over.

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Re: Coyotes @ Leafs - Feb. 11th, 7:00pm - TSN4, TSN 1050
« Reply #158 on: February 12, 2020, 08:48:35 AM »
This win is dedicated to the ghost of lc9.

What a way to go out

Dubas has to find a trade partner for Kapanen.   He does the same thing every time.  Fly down the win and then turn back and usually make a bad pass and turns it over.

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Re: Coyotes @ Leafs - Feb. 11th, 7:00pm - TSN4, TSN 1050
« Reply #159 on: February 12, 2020, 09:14:46 AM »

I really think these last two games were a perfect example of what we talk about with regards to confirmation bias and the way certain posters talk about the team.

On Saturday, the Leafs lost a low scoring game in Overtime after leading in the third. This was categorized by some of being indicative of a significant trend this season and seen as a real failing on the part of the Leafs.

Last night the Leafs won a low scoring game in Overtime after trailing in the 3rd. This has not been held up as a real testament to the team's resiliency and competitive spirit by those same posters.

If all you do is highlight and focus on when things go wrong, of course you're going to come to faulty conclusions like "The Leafs always do X" or "The Leafs giving up a point after leading is hurting them in the playoff race". To say nothing of making for interesting conversation by occasionally letting what happens in games inform your opinion rather than the reverse, it's just leading to monotonous and faulty analysis.
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Re: Coyotes @ Leafs - Feb. 11th, 7:00pm - TSN4, TSN 1050
« Reply #160 on: February 12, 2020, 10:36:20 AM »

I really think these last two games were a perfect example of what we talk about with regards to confirmation bias and the way certain posters talk about the team.

On Saturday, the Leafs lost a low scoring game in Overtime after leading in the third. This was categorized by some of being indicative of a significant trend this season and seen as a real failing on the part of the Leafs.

Last night the Leafs won a low scoring game in Overtime after trailing in the 3rd. This has not been held up as a real testament to the team's resiliency and competitive spirit by those same posters.

If all you do is highlight and focus on when things go wrong, of course you're going to come to faulty conclusions like "The Leafs always do X" or "The Leafs giving up a point after leading is hurting them in the playoff race". To say nothing of making for interesting conversation by occasionally letting what happens in games inform your opinion rather than the reverse, it's just leading to monotonous and faulty analysis.

And my whole flu conspiracy is in the news now with reporters starting to mention that the flu is going through the team.  So I for one am impressed they got 5 of 6 points with multiple players under the weather.

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Re: Coyotes @ Leafs - Feb. 11th, 7:00pm - TSN4, TSN 1050
« Reply #161 on: February 12, 2020, 10:40:55 AM »
And my whole flu conspiracy is in the news now with reporters starting to mention that the flu is going through the team.  So I for one am impressed they got 5 of 6 points with multiple players under the weather.

Your flu conspiracy? ??? I'm pretty sure it's My unnamed illness conspiracy. :P
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Re: Coyotes @ Leafs - Feb. 11th, 7:00pm - TSN4, TSN 1050
« Reply #162 on: February 12, 2020, 11:09:37 AM »

I really think these last two games were a perfect example of what we talk about with regards to confirmation bias and the way certain posters talk about the team.

On Saturday, the Leafs lost a low scoring game in Overtime after leading in the third. This was categorized by some of being indicative of a significant trend this season and seen as a real failing on the part of the Leafs.

Last night the Leafs won a low scoring game in Overtime after trailing in the 3rd. This has not been held up as a real testament to the team's resiliency and competitive spirit by those same posters.

If all you do is highlight and focus on when things go wrong, of course you're going to come to faulty conclusions like "The Leafs always do X" or "The Leafs giving up a point after leading is hurting them in the playoff race". To say nothing of making for interesting conversation by occasionally letting what happens in games inform your opinion rather than the reverse, it's just leading to monotonous and faulty analysis.
And it's irritating having to see it over and over. Like how does new information not come into play? Boston keeps losing to the Red Wings and we forget no team is perfect.
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Re: Coyotes @ Leafs - Feb. 11th, 7:00pm - TSN4, TSN 1050
« Reply #163 on: February 12, 2020, 12:31:53 PM »
And my whole flu conspiracy is in the news now with reporters starting to mention that the flu is going through the team.  So I for one am impressed they got 5 of 6 points with multiple players under the weather.

Your flu conspiracy? ??? I'm pretty sure it's My unnamed illness conspiracy. :P


I dunno, people thought I was suspicious about why hockey players get the flu more often than me so in guess it's classified as a conspiracy on my part.

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