Discussion in 'Carolina Hurricanes' started by Unsustainable, Dec 31, 2018.
Experience the Redvolution! Take Warning!
This is Hurricanes Hockey, you'll know when you go.
What's the name of your team?
McGinn on 1st line is terrible as we all know. 2nd line is OK for what we got, at least giving Kuokkanen a shot for more ice time. Don’t mind that 3rd line. 4th line is exactly how is should be no more Wallmark slotted higher than he deserves.
Brews for Hughes.
Breathe it in. I’m like Gretchen, I’m making it happen.
McGinn worked out so well last time on the first line let's just keep that going
Chemistry, give them twenty games and then maybe we can see the results.
Or just change the lines again.
1554 is my favorite. Not for everyone but I recommend it for sure. It was one of their standards and for some reason they “elevated” it to one of their fancy series and charge more for it.
Like I’ve gotten a hat and stickers of it over the last 15 years favorite.
It’s very light for a dark beer.
Before they changed frambozen and added cocoa to it you could mix frambozen and 1554 for a delightful concoction.
Is brindy on board with the tank? That’s the only excuse for those lines
Disagree on the Wallmark comment. He's played well this year and significantly better than Rask. I do, however, believe this is an effort to get Rask going, perhaps in the hopes he goes on a little run so that he can be moved with the least amount of damage to our prospect pool.
Come the **** on rask
That Rask whiff sums up his season thus far.
This games looks a like 2 teams 11 points out playing each other
Rod going to get into the champagne early and dress for the 3rd period?
Nice snipe by Wallmark
That's it Wallmark, up your trade value!
Not a good game, they're losing the corsi.
I really dig accumulation. My wife still makes fun of me for a time we were out at a bar and I ordered one when i had a six pack of it sitting in the fridge at home. I like what I like
Canes is creating more chances shorthanded than on the PP.
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