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    Wednesday, May 03, 2006

    Flames drugged with Nytol

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    Calgary Alberta - After Anaheim cruised to an easy victory in game 7 of what was originally a tight series, it was found that the old Calgary trainer, Bearcat Murray was caught spiking the Flames' players water bottles with Nytol. When asked to comment on the incident, Murray declined to speak to reporters. It is suspected however, that since he was denied a visit to Disneyland as a child, he was easily turned by the offer of free passes for the famous family getaway.

    Seriously folks... I wish only one thing tonight after watching the game... I could have my few hours back to do something else. I have never seen a team play so flat footed and without drive as the Flames did tonight. Watching a team losing by two in the third play as badly as Calgary really hurt. Not just the fact that guys weren't skating, but coasting around, but plays like Amonte streaking off the face-off in the Calgary end only to turn back and kill time, or the drop pass in the neutral zone with only minutes left...

    At least Montreal gave it there all trying to win.

    No offence to Bearcat Murray. His name used in parody only... :)

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