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Jeff, Please tell me that "Junior" is not a real movie. Tell me that it is a spoof by The Onion. If it is real I'm begginning to understand why the Taliban wants to destroy us. As you pointed out, yesterday was a snapshot of our season. From utter despair to a small flicker of hope - day after day after day. A, "I don't give a flyinf F," to we just may be able to beat the Canuckleheads. I believe the Wings had a big advantage because they could play loose yesterday. Datsyuk was incredible, I don't know if there is a player in the league who it's harder to take the puck away from. Although I've been a strong Leddy supporter, more and more I'm seeing some fissures in our defensive zone. God forbid Leddy and Camps get stuck on the ice for a long shift against Thing One and Thing Two. I'm thinking that doesn't turn out to well. Great picture of the twins cowering before Apollo. Didn't it appear Toews played the entire last 10 minutes yesterday. The look on his face as he sat on the end of the bench with sweat pouring down his face is another snapshot of this season. By the way, if we can possibly get to the Great Italian goaltender in Game One, perhaps the seed of doubt will enter Vigneaults and The Canucklehead fans. I had schneider in my Fantasy League and when he was given an opportunity to play, was an absolute rock. Lu's got a lot of skeleton's in his closet. I was reading the Nucksmisconduct website, and let's just say they are cautiously optimistic. For a team that steamrolled through the regular season, they feel a bit cheated that their playing the hawks and not Phoenix or LA. We're finally going to see what the defending Stanley Cup Champion's are made of. There's a few players on this team that knows what it takes. Hawks in seven - how's that for your typical Chicago homie!