Tuesday, November 01, 2005

In case you missed it - the Sens won 8-0!

And not on the scoreboard:
Comments: McGrattan tries to hit Domi along the boards. Domi gives him the elbow and they decide to go. Good, fair square off. They come together and hold on. They exchange a few punches and Domi lands a couple of jersey shots. McGrattan then lands a bomb and Domi goes down. Domi was cut and had to leave.
Voted winner: Brian McGrattan


  1. I think it's cute how every year Sens fans get so excited about beating the Leafs in the regular season.

  2. Ottawa fans are funny. If Brian "I can't play a lick of hockey but I can fight" McGratton played for the Leafs he would be a representation of all the worst things hockey has to offer and just another member of Toronto's 'goon' squad. But since he plays for Ottawa he is a hero and a saviour for a team who will no longer be pushed around as if one guy who plays 4 minutes of hockey per game has much influence on team toughness. It's quite funny actually.

    But hey, did anyone really expect big 24-year old McGratton wouldn't beat a much smaller 37 year old Domi?

  3. Where was McGratton when Hatcher pasted Spezza the other night - in case you missed it the sens lost 5-2 - Spezza didn't seem to be much of a factor after that.

  4. McGratton played a whopping 1:50 in that game. After playing a season high 6:21 the night before I am sure he was all tuckered out.

    But let's not short change Ottawa. The score was 5-3, not 5-2.

  5. They love winning their little regular season battles.

    These regular season blowouts make the Leaf playoff victories so much sweeter!

  6. Why do they even need McGratton?
    I thought Chris Neil was a legitimate NHL heavyweight?

    Although his hands have probably gone soft with all that power play time he's getting.

  7. Now now boys, let's not cry too hard.

  8. It's my Domi I can cry if I want to.

  9. 8-0?

    That's old news, what with Heatley dropping in four in a spirited performance after what the Laffs did to his former teammates.

    But what about 10-4?

    Heck, I was disappointed Heatley didn't even manage a Hat Trick, and Spezza didn't even score a single goal.

    What's the world coming to?

    With apologies to Buffalo fans, for whom a four-goal night would normally be a downright respectable evening.

    Then, as The Meatriarchy will be quick to point out, Toronto's points leader is on the "D" (... with a "-4" +/- rating!).