I dont want to wish bad luck to Team Canada but...

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  1. ifesfor*

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    ...today i simulate one game computer vs computer of ESPN NHL 2K5 and the Czech beat Canada 7-2!!!!

    Ohhh my does it have something to do with Brodeur injury???I HOPE NOT!!! :eek:
     
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    I just played PONG on my black-and-white TV, with one paddle being the Czechs and the other being Canada.

    Canada won 17 -14, and I spilt a Fanta on my new rug-that-ties-the-room-together...
     
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    i simmed a fin can game
    heh, canada 5-3
    :handclap:
     
  5. No ifesfor, the Czechs are Nihlists. There's nothing to be afraid of here.
     
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    I dont want to wish bad luck to Team Canada but...

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    ...today i simulate one game computer vs computer of ESPN NHL 2K5 and the Czech beat Canada 7-2!!!!

    Ohhh my does it have something to do with Brodeur injury???I HOPE NOT!!!
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    ifestor........

    Funny you should say that........I did the same thing with my NHL 2004 and had USA defeating Team Finland by a whopping score of 8-to-2.........so much for using THAT system for predicting the outcome of Big Games. :D

    Cheers!~

    monkey_00
     
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    I just played ball hockey showdown with my son on the driveway: he was a visor wearin' Euro, and I was a toothless Canuck.

    I whooped his arce 28 to 7, and finished him off with a bag shot (the kid's only 4, so he'll get over it).

    Conclusion....well, firstly, wear a jock, and secondly, CANADA will rule!
     
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    You humiliated your son by beating him at hockey!? :eek:
     
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    Of course!

    Then I held his head in a toilet and said, "where's the money Rafalski?!? I cutofff your johnson!!!"
     
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    lol :lol
     
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    You trying to make sure you won't have grandkids or something? ;)
     
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