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Wild vs. Oilers 2/7/19 @ 7:00PM CST at the X

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All of Alberta must have laughed with Kassian. Bless Seeler for trying but Kassian recognized that Seeler wanted no piece of him....

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5 hours ago, EmptyShelf said:

Agreed.  Where is the 'eye for an eye' payback with a questionable shot to an Oiler?

Can’t. It’s the unwritten Minnesota Nice Code. The Stink Eye is preferable to a shot in the mouth. 

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That’s kind of interesting as last year seeler probably would have thrown down with him. 

What changed from this year to last. 

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4 hours ago, Tomdog said:

That’s kind of interesting as last year seeler probably would have thrown down with him. 

What changed from this year to last. 

Last year he was at most a 7th expendable d-man. This year they need to count on him.

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On ‎2‎/‎7‎/‎2019 at 9:58 PM, McMahon 6 said:

Suter is so freaking lazy I dunno how he ever managed to become a father.

LOL

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