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charliemouse

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#42
He is still the greatest player in the world, though other players are closer to him than they were when he was in his prime.
 

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#43
Britain is back among the big boys!

An equalising goal with 15.8 seconds left in regulation has sent GB to the top flight of ice hockey for the first time since 1994.

Incredible performance by the guys to come back from 2-0 down. This along with Notts's champions league campaign it's great to see British ice hockey improving.
 
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Caps about to finish off Tampa Bay and get to the finals. Great old school fight between Coburn and Wilson, too


As you can see they had both just served minors for a scuffle and wasted no time getting after it.
 
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Caps about to finish off Tampa Bay and get to the finals. Great old school fight between Coburn and Wilson, too


As you can see they had both just served minors for a scuffle and wasted no time getting after it.
Absolutely loved seeing that fight, Hope Ovechkin finally wins a Cup he deserves one. And the whole Caps team committing to blocking shots was impressive, pretty sure one guy blocked one with the back of his head.
 
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#48
That gave me goosebumps even though I had no rooting interest in the series.

It's great to see him lift the cup after so many excellent regular season successes. It was awesome to see how emotional he was on the bench during the game, he was jumping up and down etc... The astonishing thing for me was how many shots he blocked in the playoffs (didn't watch much of the regular season).
 
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