Rich, that's a good idea. I can't remember exactly when I started doing it though. Maybe I'll do that leading into the playoffs so I can start sifting through the rest of the Boxings and pull out those parts. Thanks for the suggestion, dude.
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@Matt - Sorry for the mix up on that, but I could have sworn it was Seabs. Either way, sharing is caring. @Rich - I may have "abandoned" my post, but I did it for good reason: Five nights in Las Vegas to win a cool G. Glad you both enjoyed Boxing!
as that one Ice crew member that Sam secretly desire's would say - "Sheeeeiiitt!" Bt the way, the play Toews made on that play Matt referenced was pretty special. Can't imagine skating full speed ahead and catching a pass from behind you, knowing the thug chasing you wants to knock you over. Incredible paass to Stals for mere mortals; routine for Tazer. just a thought, it would be knid of neat to see a collection of the channelling between you and Toews on your site some day.
Graet to have the Boxing back. Tim did an admirable job filling in while you abandoned your post. The line about scent of a Woman will probably be the best desription of Pee Wee Herman's great Adventure. Was crow on drugs? Shoooot!!!!
Love "boxing," as always. It was Campoli, not Seabrook, who started what Pat called the "Slovak three-way." beautiful chip up the boards past three Panthers to spring the rush.