Discussion in 'Stanley Cup Playoffs' started by Phaneufed, Apr 5, 2018.
Sounds like you are the one who has trouble dealing with emotions
Were you in Northern Manitoba in early 1962? If so then anything is possible.
And how is that?
None of the 3 are HFWild regulars.
Dude, you can't quote Tapi when making these statements, he hates the Jets and I don't think he even cheers for the Wild. There's been very few cocky Wild fans in here. As usual though, it's the worst ones that post the most about it, so you notice them more. I'm finding the majority of Wild fans to probably be more civil than they should be. (Maybe they're pretending to be what they think Canadians are like!)
I have not yet seen a Wild fan have poor emotional control.
Just say bad things about Spurgeon, LaPanta/Greenlay are awesome TV guys, Vegas expansion draft, or anything nice about Norm Green. Those are the triggers for Wild fans emotions.
Why Vegas expansion draft?
We were forced into a bad situation by the league, that's why. You think we wanted to let Tuch go for basically no return? So we could just keep all of Dumba, Staal and Zucker?
Where was that kind of expansion draft when we got our team? Did you see the rosters we had to suffer through? By comparison?
Right, right, you guys lost Tuch. Consolations, consolations.
Lost Tuch when they were already getting Haula too... we seriously had to give them Tuch for them to take Haula whom we couldn't afford at that moment due to the cap.
Ok, will stop now. Breathe
It's okay, it's okay. You guys still have Brodin, Suter, and Parise.
Suter is out for the year, and is possibly at risk to miss the start of next... (his talus bone is broken also in the ankle, which complicates his recovery, some say his career itself may be at risk because of it)
That's a mild emotional response. See we have emotional triggers.
Yeah, it's a consolation. I'm compassionate towards Minnesota, so I don't want to trigger you guys.
It's fun to stir the pot and get the Wild board riled up once in awhile. Not that I would ever do that.
That last game, got me **** scared, absolutely expected the Wild to kick back hard, but did not expect the level of disorganization and laissez faire attitude from the Jets we saw.
Hopefully we regroup and dont come in thinking we've already won.
I think the Jets sold off the Wild as easy prey after game 1 and 2, and they burnt their fingers because of it.
I want to see the Wilds at their absolute best tonight.
And the Jets at their absolute best tonight.
Don't you bring up Norm Green. Don't you f----- do it!
First three games the home team has done exactly like they should of and were expected to do. Game 4, looking forward to it, the be great.
The two best home records in the NHL for a reason.
Unfortunately for the Wild, they're technically the only team in this series right now that MUST win one on the road while holding serve at home.
Thus, even if the Wild manage to even it up tonight, the Jets still have the clear advantage.
Yes they must win tonight, a lose would be huge. Epic battle between two good teams and home team champs. Good luck as always, let the best team win and hope for no injuries or suspensions.
PS: It’s shorts & t-shirt weather here last couple days.....hope you guys lose the snow soon.
Jets will bounce back but will still probably be a close game considering Minni's record at home.
Just hoping for better reffing.