Practicing In Detroit Before Heading To Buffalo
Same lines for #RedWings at practice today. No need to change after one of their best games of the season. At Buffalo tomorrow at 1 pm: Namestnikov-Larkin-Raymond Bertuzzi-Suter-Fabbri Erne-Rasmussen-Zadina Smith-Veleno-Gagner DeKeyser-Seider Staal-Hronek Leddy-Lindstrom Oesterle pic.twitter.com/hiCip9V0JR — Ansar Khan (@AnsarKhanMLive) January 16, 2022
Mid-January Hockey Notes
from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun, - Ken Holland says he believes in second chances. Maybe math wasn’t his best subject. In the still undetermined matter of the National Hockey League vs. Evander Kane, the latest version in an ongoing series, the signing of the troubled Kane by Holland in Edmonton, or by any other general manager in any other city for that matter, would not represent a second chance for the troubled winger. What chance would it be? Five? Six? Eight? Depends on who is doing the counting. There have been issues over the years with assault, with off-ice behaviour, with decision making, with the law, with team rules, with teammates, with women, those he was married to and those he was not, with gambling, with lawsuits, with bankruptcy, and that’s just slightly brushing the canvas of the challenge Kane brings to whichever team that chooses to sign him, all of that possibly coming after he is suspended again by the NHL/// - The best Canadian players in the NHL this half-season: 1. McDavid; 2. Cale Makar; 3. Jonathan Huberdeau; 4. Nazem Kadri. - Frank Mahovlich turned 84 the other day and it got me thinking: How many wingers in NHL history were better than Mahovlich, who won four Stanley Cups with the Maple Leafs and still holds the Montreal Canadiens’ record for most points in a playoff season? My purely personal shortlist of those who rank ahead of Mahovlich: Gordie Howe. Rocket Richard. Bobby Hull. Alex Ovechkin. Jaromir Jagr. Guy Lafleur and Mike Bossy. So who am I missing? The next group would include Pavel Bure, Teemu Selanne and Jari Kurri. more on the first topic and other nottes too...
Any Offensive Help On The Way?
from Kevin Allen of Detroit Hockey Now, The Detroit Red Wings are 25th in goal scoring, 27th in shots on goal and 31st on the power play. In their past seven games, the Red Wings scored more than two goals only twice. They won only one of those games. This is an offensively challenged rebuilding team. This seems like the right time for an update on some of Detroit’s forward prospects. ... 1. Jonathan Berggren, Grand Rapids Griffins (AHL) The Red Wings’ collection of defensive prospects is stronger than their list of quality forwards. However, Red Wings remain bullish on Swedish forward Berggren. He got off to a poor start after becoming injured in the Prospects Tournament in Traverse City. Berggren never got a chance to show what he could do in training camp. He started slowly in the American Hockey League, but after the second-round pick adjusted to the North American game the points started to come. Berggren isn’t dominating yet, but he has seven goals and 21 points in 27 games.... 2. Elmer Soderblom, Frolunda (Sweden) The 6-foot-8 Soderblom has gone from a curiosity to an intriguing prospect. It’s fair to say the Red Wings aren’t sure exactly what they have in Soderblom. But excitement is growing about his potential. He could end up being the net front presence that the Red Wings hoped 6-foot-6 Michael Rasmussen would be. Soderbloom has some sweet hands and moves. Two years ago, he showed them at the World Junior Championships by scoring a couple of goals between his legs. As the season has worn on, Soderblom, 20, in his second season in Sweden’s pro league, has continued to improve. He has 10 goals and five assists in 30 games. more on each of the above plus three more names...
NHL Short Notes
* The Panthers and Wild each scored seven goals for the third time this season en route to wins on home ice. Only the Avalanche (7), who extended a trio of streaks Friday, have more seven-goal performances in 2021-22. * Saturday is lining up to be the busiest day so far in 2022, with 13 games scheduled over 13 hours, beginning with two contests at 1 p.m. ET and featuring a Hockey Night in Canada doubleheader.
That’s Not A Wall Lucas Raymond Has Hit
from Ansar Khan of Mlive, The Detroit Red Wings might describe what Lucas Raymond has experienced the past six weeks not as hitting the rookie wall but more like a soft barrier. Raymond has gone 14 games without a goal dating back to Dec. 1, following a hot start to his NHL career. But the 19-year-old winger is contributing in other ways. He has eight assists during that stretch and coach Jeff Blashill hasn’t seen a decline in his defensive play or work ethic. “He’s done a good job of making plays. He’s been on the puck. I haven’t seen a drop-off in his play at all,” Blashill said earlier this week. “He’s had chances in multiple games in a row. They just didn’t go in. And that’s the way it is. This is a hard league to score all the time. “I think he’s been a consistently good player defensively. I think he’s a guy who goes out and does the right things to win a shift. Ultimately that’s what you’re looking for. If every player goes on the ice and they win their shift on a consistent basis -- meaning you gain territory, you play in the O-zone more, you create more chances than you give up -- you’re going to win a ton as a hockey team. He’s done those things. He’s still continuing to contribute on the scoresheet and off the scoresheet. Ultimately, the goals will come.” continued Below, check out a goal from Jonatan Berggren last night.
Is It Really An All-Star Game?
from Luke Fox of Sportsnet, A quick mix of the things we gleaned from the week of hockey, serious and less so, and rolling four lines deep. Nothing to see here. Just a lil dancing. 1. I vividly remember Leo Komarov lonely sitting at his pod at the 2016 All-Star Media Day in Nashville, waiting for a crowd to form and questions that barely arrived. A couple local reporters and the Maple Leafs’ own film crew dutifully spoke with him. But the swarms went elsewhere, and he left the room early. I write this not to shame Uncle Leo. He’s a helluva character, a beauty quote, and was a terrific role player in his prime. What he was not, however, is an NHL all-star. But it didn’t matter that the Leafs were in blatant tank mode that season. In Gary Bettman’s circus of parity, every team must send an all-star rep. In 2022, we have Arizona’s Clayton Keller (tied for 75th in scoring) awarded his second appearance and Montreal’s Nick Suzuki (tied for 159th) awarded his first. Again, nothing against these talented athletes. But Keller’s all-star debut was made during (checks notes) a 14-goal season. Nazem Kadri In other words, we get where Nathan MacKinnon is coming from. “It’s silly,” MacKinnon said, twice. “It's silly. I don't think every team should send a guy. I think it's a silly rule that we have. It's an all-star game; it's not a participation game. Naz is [fifth] in scoring in the NHL, and he's got to get voted in still. So, I don't think that's right.” continued
Hockey Notes Galore
Bits and pieces from Matt Porter of the Boston Globe, - China, playing in a bracket with the US, Canada, and Germany, will surely finish last. The Dragons, currently ranked 32nd in the world, have finished no higher than 15th at the IIHF Worlds (and that was in 1982). The roster is mostly players from the KHL’s Chinese entry, Kunlun Red Star. Several North Americans are on the team, including former Bruins farmhand Jeremy Smith, ex-Boston University Terrier Brandon Yip, and defenseman Jake Chelios. The latter, an undrafted Michigan State alum, spent five years mostly in the AHL (Carolina and Detroit organizations). He was born in Chicago in March 1991, a month before his dad’s team, the Presidents’ Trophy-winning Blackhawks, were upset by the Cinderella North Stars in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Chris Chelios, also from Chicago, is a four-time Olympian, three of those tournaments as Captain America. He is of Greek heritage. “Obviously, his first choice would be to represent the US,” Chris Chelios said of his son. “He loves hockey. That was the only way for him to continue to play, to go to Germany or Russia or China. He appreciates the opportunity. He’s playing in the Olympics.” - Quite a week for Brad Marchand, who remained on a tear and had some of the best quips heard. On his prodigious proboscis taking a vicious high stick from Washington’s Nic Dowd: “I’m just happy it wasn’t my teeth. I can deal with a broken nose, but missing these beautiful teeth of mine, that would have hurt.” On the worst “injury” he ever thought he had, from blocking an Alex Ovechkin slapper: “The draw went directly to Ovi and I stepped out and he took a one-timer right into my foot. I was hobbled to the bench and I was yelling for the trainers: ‘It’s broken, it’s broken! I can’t move, it’s 100 percent broken!’ My whole foot just went numb. I thought it was at the time. I don’t think I missed a shift. I got back and I mean, it hurt, but it must have just hit a nerve or something. Guys gave it to me for that one for a while.” - The Oilers entered the weekend 3 points out of a playoff spot (18-14-2). No wonder Connor McDavid was all but offering to pick up Evander Kane from the airport. General manager Ken Holland turned heads around the league when, during a news conference, he balked at trading a first-round pick for a rental. “I think the answer is in that locker room,” Holland said. “Why would I trade a first-round pick or one of our top prospects to have somebody give us a little bit of a boost, then next year we have a press conference and you’re asking me about secondary scoring again . . . the depth has to be built internally.” more
Video- Jeff Blashill Today
I did not see any reports from the morning skate, but here is coach Blashill after the skate.
Jeff Blashill Hopes The Off Day On Friday Will Help The Wings Tonight
from Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News, After a loss Thursday against Winnipeg in which the Wings looked a bit fatigued at times, coach Jeff Blashill decided to make Friday a complete day off. No work on the ice or in the weight room. No meetings. No coming down to Little Caesars Arena, at all. It was likely needed. "Sometimes fatigue shows up in your physical play in terms of how your legs feel, and sometimes it shows up mentally," Blashill said. "The reality is we have to find ways to be better when we are potentially fatigued. We have to find ways to make sure we don't make mental mistakes in those types of situations." During the recent West Coast trip, the Wings' game in Anaheim Jan. 6 was rescheduled to Jan. 9 because of a COVID outbreak within the Ducks. The Wings originally had a schedule where they had days off between games. After the rescheduled game in Anaheim was put in place, the Wings have three games in four days, four games in six days and six games in 10 days after they play Monday in Buffalo. It's a particularly rugged stretch, and one that eliminates any quality practicing, which can be an issue. "The difficult part when you don't practice is potentially you lose your structure and some of your habits," Blashill said. "You're not able to touch on as many bases as you'd like." read on added 4:23pm, Below, watch Ken Kal and Daniella Bruce with their game day preview.
Effort And Entertainment
The Wings are facing off against a Buffalo team that hasn't had much success lately, so, watch out. The Wings haven't had much to brag about either, since the start of the New Year which means nothing, really. I honestly don't know where the talking heads get their visions of Wild Cards spots from. Realistically, we can only keep asking for effort and entertainment. That's it, It's a Live Blog!
Hockey Topics Of Interest
from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, - If the Penguins hadn’t been able to make a dent with both Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin joining their squad within a year of each other in the early 2000s, would that equate to the white noise coming from the Oilers, with both Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl at the mutual heights of their powers? You’d say that the Oilers are the NHL’s version of MLB’s Angels, except that Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani have never really played a full season together and that almost every time I see McDavid speaking in any type of public setting it seems as if he has just been force-fed a pint of lemon juice. Though if you were sent out there to answer hypotheticals about adding Evander Kane without the accompaniment of owner Daryl Katz and general manager Kenny Holland, the people actually responsible for making the decision, you probably would be a bit sour about it, too. - Someone is going to have to explain how the Avalanche can be taken seriously as Stanley Cup contenders while they rank 29th overall in save percentage at .892, surrounded in that category by teams from Seattle, New Jersey, Arizona, Ottawa and Montreal, not one of which is even in the hunt for the playoffs. - It always catches me off guard when I see a Red Wings player wearing No. 14. It seems odd that Detroit management has not retired the number in honor of Brendan Shanahan, the player most singularly responsible for ending the franchise’s 42-year Cup drought in 1997. They’d had Steve Yzerman, they’d had Sergei Fedorov, they’d had Nicklas Lidstrom … and in 1994, the 100-point Red Wings were knocked out of the playoffs in the first round by the 82-point Sharks. In 1995, the 70-point Red Wings were swept in the Cup final by the 52-point Devils, and in 1996, 131-point Detroit was taken out in conference finals by 104-point Colorado. The next year, along came Shanahan, the quintessential power forward of his era, to change the culture and point the Red Wings to consecutive Cups and three in six years. more
Quick Recap- Detroit Red Wings-Buffalo Sabres
Wings win 4-0. Everyone happy? The Wings recently have been on the losing end in games like this and maybe they had enough of it. We'll soon find out when the Wings play in Buffalo for a 1:00pm ET game (MLK Day). Goals are below. Goals are below.
Video- 32 Thoughts Tonight
via Sportsnet, On this edition of 32 Thoughts, Elliotte Friedman and Jeff Marek discuss the latest in the Montreal Canadiens' ongoing search for a GM, John Klingberg's fate with the Dallas Stars, what's next for Evander Kane, plus Skills Day at the All-Star game.
Videos- Post Game Talk After A 4-0 Win
Game highlights first, below find Alex Nedeljkovic, Tyler Bertuzzi and Jeff Blashill. added 10:47pm, Mickey Redmond below.
NHL Short Notes
* The Panthers scored early and often Saturday, netting their second nine-goal outing in just over two weeks. * Auston Matthews, Alex Ovechkin and Chris Kreider, three of the NHL’s top four goal scorers this season, each found the back of the net in victories. * Marc-Andre Fleury became the 14th goaltender in NHL history to post 70 career shutouts.
Another Loss For The Edmonton Oilers
from Mark Spector of Sportsnet, Can’t kill a penalty, can’t get a save, can’t win a game. There are some serious, serious issues in Edmonton — and yes, they still need to find a goalie. “Same group,” began Zack Kassian. “Beginning of the year, we were one of the best teams in the league. Now it seems like we’re finding ways to lose. That snowball going downhill, that’s not an excuse anymore. We’ve had a long break.” The Edmonton Oilers had nine days off, and on the 10th day they rested, folding up like a tent against the Ottawa Senators. Edmonton turned a 3-1 lead after 40 minutes into a 6-4 loss to log their second six-game losing skid in their past 14 games. Allowing five third-period goals to the 30th place Ottawa Senators ranks as perhaps the biggest regular season disaster in Connor McDavid’s NHL career. “It’s definitely up there,” said McDavid, who was dangerous but pointless Saturday. “I’m not sure what to tell ya. It’s been a long layoff, we come in and work ourselves to a 3-1 lead… And we give it away.” What happened? “I wish I had an answer.” continued Below,watch McDavid post-game and the game highllights.
Video- A Much Needed Win For The Detroit Red Wings
from Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News, "This was a big win, especially at home after getting shut out the last game," said Bertuzzi, who added two assists. "We showed up and the guys had a real good game." The Wings also dominated the specialty-teams battle with the Bertuzzi and Fabbri power-play goals, while killing all five power plays for the Sabres (11-20-6). The power play has struggled, but now has scored in three of the last four games. "It (power play) was great, we made some good little plays and we supported each other all over the ice," Bertuzzi said. "We played pretty good. It was a weird game, not much five-on-five, a lot of penalties, but we played good." Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill would like the power-play unit to build off these recent successes. "Hopefully that just continues to build confidence," Blashill said. "Confidence matters, and special teams was a huge factor tonight. The power play gave us the lead early, and we played a very good first period, then we got in trouble in the second but the PK did an excellent job not giving them momentum." more Below, Bob Duff of Detroit Hockey Now plus the extended game highlights.
Disney Happy With NHL Ad Sales
from Michael Mcarthy of Front Office Sports, The NHL’s return to ESPN after 17 years is supercharging advertising sales for Disney, which has nearly sold out commercial time for the season. The Mouse expects to sell more than $100 million in NHL-related sales this season, sources tell Front Office Sports. “We are very, very well sold,” said Rita Ferro, president of Disney advertising sales, who declined to comment on numbers. “We have a couple of positions left, mostly in the playoffs and Finals. There was a lot of demand for the NHL on ESPN — and across Hulu and ESPN+.” continue
Video- Plays Of The Week
via Sportsnet's YouTube page, Here's the top 5 player performances of the week in the NHL, including Connor McDavid's 8 points in 3 games, Alexander Ovechkin sniping twice vs. the Rangers to move past Marcel Dionne, and Tyler Bertuzzi scoring a 4-spot vs. the Lightning.
How The Wings Were Built
from Bob Duff of Detroit Hockey Now, Tyler Bertuzzi is among a growing minority on the roster of the Detroit Red Wings. He was here prior to Steve Yzerman taking over as GM of the Red Wings – and he’s still here. Threre’s not many of them left. Bertuzzi is one of just eight holders from the pre-Yzerman era on Detroit’s current NHL roster that is off to a 2-0-1 start to the 2021-22 season. “Obviously it’s been a tough couple of years but that happens sometimes in sports,” Bertuzzi assessed of the team’s rebuild. “We have a lot of young guys coming in right now that are earning jobs and playing big roles that will help in the long run. “Just the chemistry and getting everyone together, building from the core and out. It feels good to get off to this start. We just gotta keep it going.” Let’s look at how rapidly Yzerman has reshaped this Red Wings team during his 2+ seasons in charge. continued
Videos- Talking After Practice
Daniella Bruce tweets, Tyler Bertuzzi said he’s really happy with his start to the season after missing almost a full year. Said it’s a great feeling. Bertuzzi confirms he can’t go to Montreal but will be in Chicago. Below find a video of Jeff Blashill and I will add Tyler Bertuzzi if available. added 1:43pm, Bertuzzi now below too.
Today’s Practice Lines
via Ansar Khan tweet, lines and D pairs in practice before facing Calgary tomorrow at ?@LCArena_Detroit? Bertuzzi-Larkin-Raymond Fabbri-Suter-Zadina Namestnikov-Rasmussen-Erne Smith-Stephens-Gagner Rowney DeKeyser-Hronek Leddy-Seider Staal-Lindstrom Oesterle-Stecher
Video- Joe Thornton Fined For ‘Slashing’
NEW YORK (Oct. 20, 2021) – Florida Panthers forward Joe Thornton has been fined $1,875, the maximum allowable under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, for slashing Tampa Bay Lightning forward Boris Katchouk during NHL Game No. 42 in Tampa Bay on Tuesday, Oct. 19, the National Hockey League’s Department of Player Safety announced today. Watch below.
Video- Recap Of The 11 NHL Games From Last Night
Just under 3 minutes to watch.
Youngsters Star In Florida Panthers Win Over The Tampa Bay Lightning
from George Richards of Florida Hockey Now, It’s not often that you see a contending NHL team have not one but two rookies perform in a starring role as was the case Tuesday when both Spencer Knight and Anton Lundell helped lead the Florida Panthers to a 4-1 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning. Usually if a team has two standout 20-year-olds, that means the team is rebuilding. Not contending. Which is what the Panthers are. A legitimate contender. With two pretty good rookies. “They are great,” Florida team captain Sasha Barkov said following the game. “They are special, special players. We’re lucky to have those guys on our team.” The Panthers played a good game on Tuesday, with Knight getting his first start of the season and pretty much picking up where he left off when we last saw him. continued Watch the game highlights below.
The Slumping Montreal Canadiens
from Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette, The San Jose Sharks didn’t surprise the Canadiens with their fast start Tuesday night, but coach Dominique Ducharme said his team didn’t handle the situation well. “We knew they play fast and have lots of puck support and they throw everything at the net,” Ducharme said after the visitors crushed the Canadiens 5-0. “We needed to box out, we needed to be good coming back killing plays and we got beat on those plays. It’s a lack of execution, a lack of engagement on certain plays that cost us and that was the case in the first period.” The Sharks scored twice in the first 3:36 of the game and, given the lack of production from the Montreal offence, the game was effectively over. Brendan Gallagher hit the nail on the head when he said there wasn’t just one thing that needs to be corrected. The Canadiens are 0-4 to start the season, they have scored only three goals, are 0-for-13 on the power play and have given up seven power-play goals. “A lot of people are going to turn on us and it’s important in that locker room that we don’t,” Gallagher said. “We have to do the right things to find solutions. It’s never easy to get out of those things. It’s disappointing that it’s happening in the very beginning of the year, but this is when you’re challenged. You want to test yourself in tough situations and that’s where we are now.” There were signs that the fans were turning on the Canadiens before the loss. The announced attendance was 16,095, more than 5,000 short of capacity. continued Game highlights are below.
A Wild Win In Minnesota
from Michael Russo of The Athletic, The Minnesota Wild didn’t need Xcel Energy to pump any juice inside the arena that holds its naming rights Tuesday night. With a capacity crowd excited to pack the arena once again after such a small number of fans were allowed inside last season, the kilowatts of electricity flowing through the building for a home opener that became an instant classic was absolutely off the charts. Nearly 22 months passed since the last time the Wild hosted the detested Winnipeg Jets, but it didn’t take long for the rivalry to reawaken and, without a shadow of a doubt, reignite. In a physical, chippy game that saw the Jets target Kirill Kaprizov over and over again, the Wild pulled together, stood up for each other and kept attacking Winnipeg’s net. In the end, Minnesota managed to rally from three one-goal deficits and ultimately one final two-goal deficit by taking advantage of an overturned Jets empty-net goal to miraculously force overtime instants later. continued (paid) Below, watch the game highlights.
A Good Night For Lucas Raymond
from Ansar Khan of Mlive, “I had some really nice looks today and especially this time of the game you want to score to help the team,” Raymond said. “Of course, you want to get that first goal. It’s something real special and it’s awesome, a special night.” Raymond opened the scoring at 6:17 of the third period, taking a pass from Dylan Larkin and wiring a wrist shot over goaltender Joonas Korpisalo’s glove on the short side. Shortly after that, Raymond side-stepped a check in the neutral zone and made a nice touch pass to Larkin, who set up Tyler Bertuzzi’s goal at 8:53, his fifth of the season, which proved to be the winner. “Those are a couple of dynamic offensive plays,” coach Jeff Blashill said. “The one thing (Raymond) does pretty consistently is play a complete game. That earns trust and you get minutes. Are there parts of his game that have to get better? A hundred percent. And he knows it, especially moving his feet. He’s a real cerebral player, sometimes he can get caught just thinking his way through the game instead of thinking and moving his feet. “Him and (fellow rookie Moritz) Seider both have a real good combination of confidence but yet real calm people and real respectful, real good inner drive. They’re not entitled people. I think (Raymond) has got a maturity beyond his years. That’s certainly going to help him as he goes through any upcoming trials and tribulations he’ll face.” more Below, watch the extended highlights.
NHL Short Notea
* Joel Eriksson Ek scored the NHL’s fifth hat trick of the 2021-22 season and helped the Wild outlast the Jets in a feverish finish at Xcel Energy Center. * Leon Draisaitl reached the 200-goal milestone and aided the Oilers to a 3-0-0 record to start the season. He required the fifth-fewest games by an Edmonton skater to hit the mark. * Spencer Knight maintained his perfect record in the regular season and backstopped the Panthers to victory in their playoff rematch with the Lightning.
Video- TSN Insiders Last Night
via the YouTube page of TSN, The TSN Hockey Insiders discuss the options the Sharks have with Evander Kane when he returns from his 21-game suspension, but explain why terminating his contract is not one of them. The Insiders also talk about Canucks GM Jim Benning saying he's not looking at the market for a defenceman, and much more.
Videos- Post Game Talk After A 3-1 Win Over Columbus
Tyler Bertuzzi first, below Mickey Redmond and Lucas Raymond. added 10:41pm, game highlights are below and Mickey explains the Hudson Bay rules. added 10:47pm, Jeff Blashill is below too. added 11:21pm, before my head hits the pillow, a picture below of Raymond and his puck We hear from Tyler Bertuzzi after he scores his fifth goal of the season, which also turns out to be the winner Tuesday night. #LGRW pic.twitter.com/UkuIsr4yPS — Bally Sports Detroit (@BallySportsDET) October 20, 2021
Quick Recap- DRW-CBJ
I was getting a bit nervous after 40 minutes of play, thinking the only video I had was the Nick Lidstrom interview. In the 3rd period, Tyler Bertuzzi scored, follow by the first NHL goal from Lucas Raymond. Columbus scored on the power play to make it 2-1. Namestnikov and Erne added an empty net goals to give the Wings a 4-1 win. Lidstrom interview and Detroit goals are below and team stats too. Next game is Thursday with the Wings hosting Cal-Gary.
Enjoy The Moment
If there's one thing to be said about the Wings this season, it's that they're fun to watch again. Not boring, not slow and old, and not the inevitable feeling of dread that we've all come to know in the last few seasons. These games are actually entertaining, and exciting. Larkin is back in the lineup tonight, T-Bert is on fire, and, the youngsters are really putting on a good showing so far. Yes, there is plenty of room for improvement, and that will come in time, but for right now let's just enjoy the moment, and have a good time. I do realize it's only game three in a long season, but, bring it on! It's a Live Blog!
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