GDT: Game 22 - Detroit @ Boston, 7 p.m., Tuesday

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Re: GDT: Game 22 - Detroit @ Boston, 7 p.m., Tuesday

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Wizard of Corsica wrote: Tue Nov 30, 2021 9:30 pm
Barbrady wrote: Tue Nov 30, 2021 8:47 pm
Wizard of Corsica wrote: Tue Nov 30, 2021 8:43 pm Funky Cold Medina by Tone Lock?
Tone Loc, pronounced "Loke" rhyming with bloke.
Yeah I'm making fun of John Keating's pronunciation. I definitely had Funky Cold Medina on a mixtape or two.

Please can we go back to this time:

Damn. I missed John Keating being a classic old white guy.
Sorry I mistook his white boy gaffe for yours.
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They're lucky Marchand didn't get a longer suspension considering this was something like his 7th offense.
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Pop Zeus wrote: Tue Nov 30, 2021 10:02 pm Boston must be fuming. Rasmussen with a wicked slew foot, no call, as the Bruin goes down and his head slams on the ice.
Retaliation is called. Wings score with the extra attacker.
Reminds of the time Boston fans were calling the Blues dirty during the 2019 Finals. Many tears were shed.
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So is it time to throw Ned in the running for the Calder race too?
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Barbrady wrote: Tue Nov 30, 2021 10:56 pm So is it time to throw Ned in the running for the Calder race too?
I don’t see him picking up many votes unless he plays 55-60 games, puts up a winning record and has amazing stats. That’s just how it goes for tenders. Especially considering the forwards and defensemen challenging for the title, I don’t see him in the race yet. But hey, if he carries us into the playoffs, he’ll have a hell of a case for it.
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hiramnicak wrote: Tue Nov 30, 2021 11:06 pm
Barbrady wrote: Tue Nov 30, 2021 10:56 pm So is it time to throw Ned in the running for the Calder race too?
I don’t see him picking up many votes unless he plays 55-60 games, puts up a winning record and has amazing stats. That’s just how it goes for tenders. Especially considering the forwards and defensemen challenging for the title, I don’t see him in the race yet. But hey, if he carries us into the playoffs, he’ll have a hell of a case for it.
Not saying he'll win but he keeps this up I could see him being a finalist. He was last season after playing in only 23 of 56 games.

Kind of a weird rule where he could be a finalist 2 years in a row. Has that ever happened before?
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Barbrady wrote: Tue Nov 30, 2021 11:19 pm Kind of a weird rule where he could be a finalist 2 years in a row. Has that ever happened before?
Ned is the first I’ve heard of. Would’ve been sick if he won last year and again this year. That would for sure be a first.
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In 1971, Montreal brought in Ken Dryden, who played the last 6 games of the regular season and won all of them. He was then the starting goalie for Montreal in the playoffs and helped them win the '71 Stanley Cup. The following season, he became the starting goalie and was eligible for the Calder Trophy, in which he won.
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JimIsJustPlainOld wrote: Wed Dec 01, 2021 9:03 am In 1971, Montreal brought in Ken Dryden, who played the last 6 games of the regular season and won all of them. He was then the starting goalie for Montreal in the playoffs and helped them win the '71 Stanley Cup. The following season, he became the starting goalie and was eligible for the Calder Trophy, in which he won.
Yeah that's a cool bit of trivia. He won the Smythe with that Stanley Cup that year too I believe.
Matt Murray did something similar winning the Cup and then being eligible for the Calder. He finished 4th in Calder voting the following year, and obviously no Smythe either, but he technically won 2 Stanley Cups as a rookie.
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