Post-Game Talk: Knights slay Bruins 3-1 at home: NEW COACH beat by NEW NHLER:"Bruce Cassidy & the Shipachyov Kid"

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  1. Soundgarden Registered User

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    Glad to see Subban get his first win, as well as Ship and Tuch getting their first goals. Hopefully we'll find takers for our lesser defenders as more injuries occur.
     
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    So you're saying Gallant doesn't like Ship...cause he's a foreigner? And for that reason alone...he's in the doghouse? And they hoped....Ship would just go to Russia and leave a binding contract that neither side can get out of short of a buyout? Hoo boy. Wow.
     
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    Finally watched the rest of the game. It definitely picked up in the 2nd half! Good to see Ship and Tuch score after getting called up. Hope these guys continue to work hard and get more wins.
     
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    How did Merrill do last night?
     
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    I was there and caught up in the arena and everything going on, but I found myself complaining about him more than the opposite. Doesn't mean much though, I'm not advanced enough to analyze players in arena, I'm barely okay doing it while I'm sitting on my couch.
     
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    Lol, thanks.
     
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    Better get used to it, a huge part of the attraction of Vegas for pro sports is that attendance will always be boosted by visiting team fans. A high percentage of the season tickets are surely owned by the casinos with the intent of using them to draw in visitors. It is unlikely they'll ever have the type of home ice advantage that your typical team does.
     
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    Season tickets definitely aren't owned by casinos, but season ticket holders are dumping tickets and the visitors are picking them up. The article I posted earlier today says we've got a ridiculous walk up too

    The good thing about the large STH base we've got right now is that they'll likely stop dumping or the local demand will be higher if they do dump and visitors can probably be mitigated.

    We'll see how Buffalo and St. Louis go.
     
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    I saw him at the game a few times. Nothing too outrageous, but nothing too spectacular, either.

    Despite his size (6'3"), he really didn't have a big impact.

    Brad Hunt (5'9"), on the other hand, was all over the ice.

    Nate Schmidt appears to be the stud D-man, however. His passes were solid and his puck movement was usually smooth.
     
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    Both Buffalo and St. Louis got us good return on our season ticket sales
     
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    Schmidt has looked good offensively however has made multiple mistakes in his own end. Love when I see him in the offensive zone however.
    Hunt was a dud in Edmonton..slow, small, only saving grace is his big shot.
     
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    Thanks for posting. You are wrong. Do a quick search on the Vegas site and you will see the parameters of how you could buy tickets.
     

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