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    Quote Originally Posted by GrandWazoo View Post
    Yeah I've had my shares of duds, but I've also watched some classics. I think my most memorable game was the 3 goals deficit comeback against the Bruins in the 2002 playoffs when Saku scored the winner.
    nice game to see
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrandWazoo View Post
    There is never any type of guarantee for sports events, you never know who might miss the game and what type of spectacle you are going to get.
    true
    but there is a difference if a player is hurt or is intentionally left out of the lineup
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCountofMonteCristo View Post
    yep, I paid 750 to watch us lose 7-1. It was disgusting but not much you can do.
    pocket change for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by worm View Post
    pocket change for you
    Maybe now ( or at least one night at Grand Californian in Disney) but in 2009 it wasn't

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    Quote Originally Posted by worm View Post
    true
    but there is a difference if a player is hurt or is intentionally left out of the lineup
    Only the intention, the end result is the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrandWazoo View Post
    Only the intention, the end result is the same.
    Sure just like if my flight is delayed due to weather or because #aircanada



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    Quote Originally Posted by GrandWazoo View Post
    Yeah I've had my shares of duds, but I've also watched some classics. I think my most memorable game was the 3 goals deficit comeback against the Bruins in the 2002 playoffs when Saku scored the winner.
    My most memorable that I attended was easily the Good Friday game in 84 against the Nordiques. It wasn't feeling like one when the Nords were up 2-0 early in the third after all the fights but then the Habs scored 5 in a row and eliminated their provincial rivals.

    My biggest regret was deciding not to spend the money to go to Game 7 of the Adams Division Final in 1986 against Hartford. I could have been there to see Claude Lemieux win the series in overtime but settled for watching it on TV instead.
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    My biggest regret (in hindsight) was turning down a last-second Game 7 ticket (at face value) in Pittsburgh when the Habs eliminated them in 2010, due to superstition. Because I had planned a viewing party at home with fellow Penguins haters and the Habs were 3-0 in the series when I watched the game with people and 0-3 when I watched it alone.

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    I rarely get to see Price play. It's always the backup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Habsy View Post
    I rarely get to see Price play. It's always the backup.
    you can say you saw Lindgren first when he wins the Vezina in 2020.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoiles View Post
    My biggest regret (in hindsight) was turning down a last-second Game 7 ticket (at face value) in Pittsburgh when the Habs eliminated them in 2010, due to superstition. Because I had planned a viewing party at home with fellow Penguins haters and the Habs were 3-0 in the series when I watched the game with people and 0-3 when I watched it alone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoiles View Post
    My biggest regret (in hindsight) was turning down a last-second Game 7 ticket (at face value) in Pittsburgh when the Habs eliminated them in 2010, due to superstition. Because I had planned a viewing party at home with fellow Penguins haters and the Habs were 3-0 in the series when I watched the game with people and 0-3 when I watched it alone.

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