That’s probably the message behind this 2-day break the team is taking from the ice.
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I caught a glimpse of the Miller-Carter game on Friday night and thought I saw the second coming of Kevin Greene.
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The Ducks have extended a contest to name their rivalry with the Kings.
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That’s what Randy Carlyle said after the Ducks’ 6-3 win over the Red Wings, when I asked him if he felt the Ducks’ offensive problems were relieved at all by the 6-goal outburst.
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Teemu Selanne’s body language said more than words could. As the sold-out Honda Center crowd chanted “one more year” to him and Scott Niedermayer before the game, the temporarily ex-Duck pushed his hands downward the “quiet, leave me alone with my Stanley Cup” motion.
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Talk about incongruence. The Nationwide Tour is full of Aussies, Welshmen, Mexicans, Canadians, Brits, all of whom came to this country to make a living as professional athletes, and what are the Americans in the grandstand watching?
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There won’t be room for this in tomorrow’s paper, but I was nonetheless impressed with Brad Elder’s scorecard Friday: 0 bogeys, 0 birdies, 18 pars. Elder, you might remember, won this tournament at Moreno Valley in 1999.
Looks like Chris Anderson, the surprise first-day leader and West Covina native, is going to finish tied for 9th place. He shot a 2-over today in weather that made me question if I was even in California anymore. I asked Chris Baryla, who could finish tied for first place at 9-under with another Canadian, Jon Mills, if it’s any coincidence that a pair of Canucks knocked off a SoCal dude in such miserable weather: “Probably not.”