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Old 06-04-2006, 02:12 AM   #1
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Should be a great series.

Any Edmontonians care to wager a six-pack of local micro on the outcome?

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Old 06-05-2006, 12:05 AM   #2
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Any Edmontonians care to wager a six-pack of local micro on the outcome?
Come on, now! Where are all you hockey-lovin' Canucks at? I'm Jonesin' for some hockey banter!
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Old 06-05-2006, 01:09 AM   #3
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I plan on watching the finals....I like both teams though...just wanna see great hockey..or hawkey...depending on where you are from.....
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Old 06-05-2006, 03:23 AM   #4
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I used to be an Edmonton fan, but now I'm obviously with the Canes. I think our two Albertans are actually Calgarians, so I'm not sure if they're even watching anymore...?
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Any Edmontonians care to wager a six-pack of local micro on the outcome?
This will go unanswered as no Edmontonian is able to use a computer!


My Flames lost in the first round and soured everything for me (Flaming Lambic perhaps?) I would watch the finals, if I were 15000miles closer to home...
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It's about time we've hit the finals...hate days without games.

I expect the hurricanes to make it through this series, though I think they still belong in Hartford. I think the oilers will be rusty early on, but hopefully they'll find their legs early on and make this the fast-skating, lengthy series that it should be.

That said, just over three months til training camp...
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It was the Canes that looked rusty to me, at least the first two periods. That last goal was a bit anti-climatic, but I did let out a Nelson "ha ha!"
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I heard that only 611,000 households watched game 1. It was beaten in the ratings by game one of the women's college softball finals.
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what channel is it being played on?
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I heard that only 611,000 households watched game 1. It was beaten in the ratings by game one of the women's college softball finals.
OLN also reaches 20 million fewer households than even ESPN2. A better indication would be when it's on NBC starting after Game 2. Nothing like statistics...

I also heard it was 611,000 more households than watched any other NHL team this week.


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