Discussion in 'Ottawa Senators' started by BarberPole9, Oct 22, 2018.
Pretty sure it’s OHL.
I think the Moose went undefeated on route to the Memorials Cup with McKinnon.
Wikipedia says they lost game 3 of the finals and a round robin game in the memorial cup tournament.
He was amazing. Such a fun guy
I meant literally on route, like just for the Q.
Yeah wasn't sure. Regardless they didn't sweep the finals.
DiPietro was on crutches post-game, which makes sense given that he clearly pulled or tore something - he went down like he'd been hit by a sniper. Now, 19 year olds have amazing recuperative abilities, but it's hard to imagine him back this week. Thank God for the great depth in goal the 67's have...
What a nail biting 3rd period that was!
I believe Tourigny has said he has a first degree high ankle sprain and will likely be out for games 3 and 4 at minimum.
If it's a high ankle sprain, he's not coming back
Big game tonight!
Some dude from the 67's called me cause I bought tickets to a game in the second round.
Asked me how I liked it (great fun) and what brought me (Sens sucking means I wanted some playoffs).
As silly as it may sound, that call probably means I'll go to a few more 67's games next season
They lost to Baie-Comeau in game 3 of the finals, same as the 67's
Oof - 67's pulled their first no show of the playoffs last night. I guess they were due. Now comes Game 4, the most pivotal game of any series. Are the 67's rattled, or ticked off and ready to come out flying? I watched last night's game on Rogers, and they didn't look anything like the team I saw at home in game 1 - they were flat, losing puck battles all over the ice.
The first ten minutes tomorrow night are critical - 67's need to take control, hopefully get an early lead, and send the message that it's going to be a different game.
What happened to MDP? Will he be back any time soon?
High ankle sprain - he won't be back for this series, and would have to be considered doubtful for the Memorial Cup also at this point.
Yeah massive blow to this team.
Although I thought I read that it was a grade 1 sprain so I suppose there is a chance he might return this series or Memorial Cup if we make it.
Wasn't he technically only ruled out for games 3 and 4 in Guelph so far?
I mean, I wouldn't expect him back for this series at all, but I haven't heard anything official ruling him out.
Classic Ottawa letdown incoming, you just know it is.
They were awful again last night. Quite a few guys out for a Sunday Skate. On Guelphs 4th goal in a 15 second sequence 3 players tried back hand sauce passes up the middle of the ice that were picked off. You dont even see that in pick up skates in the summer. This ones over in 6 if these guys dont start playing.
Relax guys, the series is tied at 2, and the next game is at home.
I agree the effort was lacking the past 2 games, but that happens in the playoffs. We were spoiled because they went on a 14 game winning streak, but that isn't the norm at all.
They will regroup and play a better game at home, hopefully pull out a win.
This talk of the series being over is nonsense.
"It's not a series until you lose a game at home"
The only reason I think it is over is because the 67's are an Ottawa team.
Ottawa teams tend to choke/disappoint/fail when everything is going their way.
Isn't this more of a Sens-centric thing?
This hasn't aged well. But it's a new series now and we still have home ice advantage. Just gotta get back in that lunch pail mentality and start scrapping for every inch again.
It is but I don't care about Runball so not a lot of options.
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