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Alexandros Pitsironis

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Feb 15, 1995, 1:29:32 PM2/15/95
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Jack Pethtal (jpet...@vt.edu) wrote:
: Just had to get that out.
: Especially the QuietOne for that nice little flame posted earlier.
: Thanks, it kept me busy.

: THE GURU
Hey Guru, if you just do this to piss people off then I think you have to much
free time in your life. Stop sitting at the computer all day and go outside
and play with friends. GET A LIFE LOSER!

Alexandros Pitsironis

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Feb 17, 1995, 11:28:05 AM2/17/95
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Jack Pethtal (jpet...@vt.edu) wrote:

: Pissing y'all off is much more fun than going outside.
: I do have a life and it includes bugging Ranjerks fans to no end.
: DEVILS!!

: THE GURU


Well if this is what your life is then Guru; YOU HAVE A PATHETIC LIFE. I kinda
feel sorry for you know that I understand you. Don't worry we'll try to give
you some attention since obviously you can't get any from anywhere else. Poor
Baby!!!


IWANSKI JOSEPH S

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Feb 17, 1995, 2:37:57 PM2/17/95
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In article <3i19ej$m...@solaris.cc.vt.edu> jpet...@vt.edu (Jack Pethtal) writes:

>Pissing y'all off is much more fun than going outside.
>I do have a life and it includes bugging Ranjerks fans to no end.
>DEVILS!!
>
> THE GURU

Au contraire, little guru. This newsgroup would be incredibly boring
if only Rangers' fans patronized it. I mean, even as a Ranger fan I can
only stand so much "the Rangers are great; can you believe how GOOD
Messier is!?!; Richter was amazing last night!" type lines before I am
looking forward to a good post from some envious non-Ranger fan, seething
with jealousy because NOT ONLY did the Rangers win the Cup, but they have
been the toast of America ever since! MTV, ESPN, Letterman, and numerous
other prime media reps have toasted the team to high heaven.

Without the entertainment of your envy, little guru, I probably wouldn't
even read this newsgroup! So keep it up! We love it!

-JSI

Steven S Yau

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Feb 18, 1995, 1:38:37 PM2/18/95
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In article <3i4aln$c...@solaris.cc.vt.edu> jpet...@vt.edu (Jack Pethtal) writes:
>That's what the Ranjerks fans are all about, twisting words and just
>being generally ignorant.
Look who's twisting words, Ranjerks? Where's the Prof.?

> THE GURU


Dude, Chill out. No one takes you seriously anymore, not even your own
fellow Devil fans. So if you had any intellegence you would get the message
and talk some real hockey instead of the trash that you often post.
The Guru huh, what a contradiction to what the word really means.

Jack Pethtal

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Feb 18, 1995, 4:31:54 PM2/18/95
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Well well well. Looky what we have here. A poor attempt at a backhanded
compliment. A really poor attempt. If you enjoy those "jealous" (yeah,
right, try something more like resentful) posts from the Ranjerks haters
then keep reading, bud. It aint gonna get no easier.
It's gonna get pretty interesting when your "toast of America" Ranjerks
plummet off their mountain.
I can't wait.

THE GURU


PHIKAPSKUL

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Feb 19, 1995, 4:24:10 AM2/19/95
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Tho' it's been said, many times, many ways, Merry Christmas, Merry
Christmas, Merry Christmas to you.



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On the ninth day, OU kicked their ass
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Sooners,'Skins,NY Rangers,Twins,and HOP

PHIKAPSKUL

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Feb 19, 1995, 4:30:11 AM2/19/95
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Out of curiosity, since the Devils blew a 2-0 lead in Game 6 after being
nailed thrice by the Messiah, and since the Devils missed a chance in Game
7 to win by scoring 1 goal (and they were damn lucky to get that close),
how exactly did NJ deserve that series as much as the Rangers?

Keith Keller

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Feb 19, 1995, 3:13:02 PM2/19/95
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In article <3i6lr8$6...@solaris.cc.vt.edu>,
Jack Pethtal <jpet...@vt.edu> wrote:

>No, I refuse to chill out. I will talk intelligent hockey iwth anyone who wants

I've heard that one before.....

>do. Y'all dont want to admit that the Devils should have won that series
>just as much as the Rangers. You just want to claim how much they "kicked
>our asses", etc.

Yeah, right. I don't know what group you're reading. I know that it
has been acknowledged that the Devils played a good series, and that
they certainly deserved to win it almost as much as the Rangers.
Surely Brodeur was stellar, and (IMHO) the better goalie in the series,
though not by much. I'll tell you, though, that the Devils last season
(I haven't seen them this season) were playing the ugliest hockey
I've seen in a long time. They have enough talent to play a complete
game, but all they did was copy San Jose's strategy of choking up the
neutral zone, forsaking offense for the sake of defense. Buffalo
and New York both proved that that game just doesn't work, that an
actual strategy will beat no strategy most of the time, given that
the no-offense strategy should in theory work 50% of the time based
on pure luck. The fact that it *did* work exactly 50% of the time
for New Jersey, even though they had a lot of talent, is a sure sign
that it doesn't work. And *you* have to acknowledge that the Devils
simply had no game last season, and just got lucky goals and hard-nosed
defense.

>Everyone wants to claim how awesome the Rangers are and how much the Devils
>suck when that's a mile from the truth.

Well, certainly last season at least the Rangers *were* awesome. :)

Do you have any comments about everything I've said? Maybe you can
prove that you have some knowledge of hockey.

--Keith


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Jack Pethtal

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Feb 19, 1995, 5:08:29 PM2/19/95
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I don't consider that to be "no game". Putting the midice choke is just
strong defense with forechecking and neutral zone trapping. I will say that
a fast and strong skater would be able to beat that trap but most other
average player would get frustrated really quick. As for it working
50% of the time, where do you get that number from? We had 106 points.
BTW, consider who tought the Devils their "ugly hockey", Lemaire, a great
Montreal coach. How many Cups does Lemaire have? How often did he use
that choking and pinching in Montreal? He comes to NJ realizes that he
has the club that can effectively play that sort of D and employes it
and what happens? We go from 85 points to 106 points over 1 year.
Also, how did we forsake offense. Shit, we outscored the Rangers last year.
2nd most GF in the league.
8 players with 20+ goals.

>>Everyone wants to claim how awesome the Rangers are and how much the Devils
>>suck when that's a mile from the truth.
>
>Well, certainly last season at least the Rangers *were* awesome. :)

They were but the Devils didnt suck.

>Do you have any comments about everything I've said? Maybe you can
>prove that you have some knowledge of hockey.

So whaddya think?

THE GURU

Keith Keller

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Feb 19, 1995, 5:35:22 PM2/19/95
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In article <3i8fgt$h...@solaris.cc.vt.edu>,
Jack Pethtal <jpet...@vt.edu> wrote:

>I don't consider that to be "no game". Putting the midice choke is just
>strong defense with forechecking and neutral zone trapping. I will say that
>a fast and strong skater would be able to beat that trap but most other
>average player would get frustrated really quick. As for it working
>50% of the time, where do you get that number from? We had 106 points.

Like I said, with a better team, the trap works better, but it won't
win a Cup. Neutral zone trapping is a euphemism for sending in one
forechecker, if that, and sitting three guys on the blue line, two
at the red line, and sitting there waiting for the play to come to
them. It is hardly an opportunity-creating strategy.

I don't think that Montreal has ever played the extreme form of the
trap that New Jersey did. Montreal always had one or two scoring
lines which put the pressure on the defense and forced defensive-
zone turnovers. Granted, their other lines played the trap to a T,
but that's their job. Not every line should play the trap.

And, to throw your argument back at you, how many Cups does Messier
have?

>Also, how did we forsake offense. Shit, we outscored the Rangers last year.
>2nd most GF in the league.
>8 players with 20+ goals.

How many goals did the Devils score in the playoffs? Against the
Rangers? 16 in that series. 16/7 = 2.29 goals per game. Granted,
the Rangers went 18/7=2.57 goals per game, but New York fans were
pissed that the Rangers weren't scoring, whereas Devils fans were
happy they were scoring at all. Plus, two of those Devils goals
were desperation goals, yes? The reason they got those goals was
because they broke out of their trap to try to generate *offense*.
And it worked. (granted, they also had six skaters on the ice at
the time) And let's face it, a team which scores 2 goals a game
can't win too much, and it's only a tribute to Brodeur that they
went seven games at all.

>So whaddya think?

At least it's hockey-related and actually intelligent. Didn't think
you had it in you. :)

The fact of the matter is, the trap simply does not work often enough
against a talented team. The Devils got pretty lucky to go seven
games with the Rangers, despite their excellent play. In other words,
they went seven despite the neutral-zone trap.

My other problem with the trap is that when it works, it works like
a charm, but when it breaks, boy does it break. And it can break
pretty easily; if one player makes a mistake, there it goes. I'd
rather have a system where one mistake doesn't lead to a good
scoring chance most of the time (notice the Matteau goal in game 7).

Of course, in the case of the 1995 Rangers, the one mistake is
so bad that it usually leads to a scoring chance anyway. :(

Jack Pethtal

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Feb 19, 1995, 12:44:08 AM2/19/95
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In article <3i5erd$7...@adam.cc.sunysb.edu>, sy...@ic.sunysb.edu (Steven S Yau) says:
>
>In article <3i4aln$c...@solaris.cc.vt.edu> jpet...@vt.edu (Jack Pethtal) writes:
>>That's what the Ranjerks fans are all about, twisting words and just
>>being generally ignorant.
> Look who's twisting words, Ranjerks? Where's the Prof.?

I don't mean literally, dumbass. I mean they take something someone said and
changes it around to make that person look bad, eventhough they know damn
well that that is not what they meant.

> Dude, Chill out. No one takes you seriously anymore, not even your own
>fellow Devil fans. So if you had any intellegence you would get the message
>and talk some real hockey instead of the trash that you often post.
> The Guru huh, what a contradiction to what the word really means.

No, I refuse to chill out. I will talk intelligent hockey iwth anyone who wants
to but since all anyone wants to do is flame then that is what I will do.
For instance, I posted "How bout them Devils" with a small bit of sarcasm
but hoped that someone would like to acknowledge the fact that the Devils
won the game instead of saying "Well, we won the Cup" like y'all always


do. Y'all dont want to admit that the Devils should have won that series
just as much as the Rangers. You just want to claim how much they "kicked
our asses", etc.

This is the reason that I make my presence known in this group.


Everyone wants to claim how awesome the Rangers are and how much the Devils
suck when that's a mile from the truth.

THE GURU

Jack Pethtal

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Feb 19, 1995, 12:36:14 AM2/19/95
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In article <3i6b8t$q...@cnj.digex.net>, drj...@cnj.digex.net (QuietOne) says:

>Maybe you love it, but if you want to read it, let him
>mail you personally, this guy is a royal pain in the
>neck that goes far beyond posts in order to do things
>like flood mailboxes of anyone who coments on his
>crap.

Hey dildo, I didnt try to flood anyone's mailbox, though some pathetic
fool tried to do it to me but failed.

>PLease, do us a favor and don't invite more of his crap
>here..

Like I have to be invited to flame.

THE GURU

Jack Pethtal

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Feb 19, 1995, 8:40:52 PM2/19/95
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In article <3i8h3a$5...@netnews.upenn.edu>, kke...@mail2.sas.upenn.edu (Keith Keller) says:
>
>In article <3i8fgt$h...@solaris.cc.vt.edu>,
>Jack Pethtal <jpet...@vt.edu> wrote:
>
>>I don't consider that to be "no game". Putting the midice choke is just
>>strong defense with forechecking and neutral zone trapping. I will say that
>>a fast and strong skater would be able to beat that trap but most other
>>average player would get frustrated really quick. As for it working
>>50% of the time, where do you get that number from? We had 106 points.
>
>Like I said, with a better team, the trap works better, but it won't
>win a Cup. Neutral zone trapping is a euphemism for sending in one
>forechecker, if that, and sitting three guys on the blue line, two
>at the red line, and sitting there waiting for the play to come to
>them. It is hardly an opportunity-creating strategy.

Well, it does create oddnumbered rushes when the puck is intercepted
and breakaways but I realize that breaks are no way to run an offense.
Do keep in mind that the Devils didnt use this exclusively. They also use
the "rush the net" with the large defensemen such as Daneyko and Albelin.
This is where most of their goals came from.

>I don't think that Montreal has ever played the extreme form of the
>trap that New Jersey did. Montreal always had one or two scoring
>lines which put the pressure on the defense and forced defensive-
>zone turnovers. Granted, their other lines played the trap to a T,
>but that's their job. Not every line should play the trap.

Montreal did have more in the way of big scorers, so you have a point.
The Devils 1st line doesnt play the trap exclusively, as I said.
Plus, the Devils 2nd line of Zelepukin, Fetisov, etc don't use the trap
at all! Never once last year. They were for hard checking, and setting
up the first line for scoring chances.

>And, to throw your argument back at you, how many Cups does Messier
>have?

Not as many as Lemaire.

>>Also, how did we forsake offense. Shit, we outscored the Rangers last year.
>>2nd most GF in the league.
>>8 players with 20+ goals.
>
>How many goals did the Devils score in the playoffs? Against the
>Rangers? 16 in that series. 16/7 = 2.29 goals per game. Granted,
>the Rangers went 18/7=2.57 goals per game, but New York fans were
>pissed that the Rangers weren't scoring, whereas Devils fans were
>happy they were scoring at all. Plus, two of those Devils goals
>were desperation goals, yes? The reason they got those goals was
>because they broke out of their trap to try to generate *offense*.
>And it worked. (granted, they also had six skaters on the ice at
>the time) And let's face it, a team which scores 2 goals a game
>can't win too much, and it's only a tribute to Brodeur that they
>went seven games at all.

That's not fair. We were not happy that the Devils were scoring.
We expected them to score as Rangers fans did. The truth is neither
team lived up to their billing during that series (scoring-wise).
The defense is what made that series the greatest I have seen in my 20
years on this planet. Hey, we love Martin and honestly, whatever it
takes!

>>So whaddya think?
>
>At least it's hockey-related and actually intelligent. Didn't think
>you had it in you. :)

Yes, I do have it in me and I can flex it when I want to.

>The fact of the matter is, the trap simply does not work often enough
>against a talented team. The Devils got pretty lucky to go seven
>games with the Rangers, despite their excellent play. In other words,
>they went seven despite the neutral-zone trap.

Well, the truth is is that it did work and pretty well. Granted, Buffalo
and Boston gave us some problems but nothing we couldnt overcome.
About the NYR series, the reason the series went so far (for either team)
is because Martin and Richter played fabulously, the Devils trap created
several oddman rushes that scored goals, the Rangers backed up their
mouths (albeit rather cocky I think) but they did it nevertheless, and
finally the Devils took advantage of the few opportunities the Rangers
gave them. It was the greatest series of all time.

>My other problem with the trap is that when it works, it works like
>a charm, but when it breaks, boy does it break. And it can break
>pretty easily; if one player makes a mistake, there it goes. I'd
>rather have a system where one mistake doesn't lead to a good
>scoring chance most of the time (notice the Matteau goal in game 7).

Yeah, true. Mogilny showed that.
That Matteau goal was still pretty lucky.

>Of course, in the case of the 1995 Rangers, the one mistake is
>so bad that it usually leads to a scoring chance anyway. :(

Wouldnt it suck that after all this woofing between NYR and NJD fans
that we both get our asses kicked in the playoffs? It seems like a good
possibility.

THE GURU

IWANSKI JOSEPH S

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Feb 19, 1995, 8:46:44 PM2/19/95
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In article <3i5p0a$2...@solaris.cc.vt.edu> jpet...@vt.edu (Jack Pethtal) writes:
>Well well well. Looky what we have here. A poor attempt at a backhanded
>compliment. A really poor attempt. If you enjoy those "jealous" (yeah,
>right, try something more like resentful) posts from the Ranjerks haters
>then keep reading, bud. It aint gonna get no easier.
>It's gonna get pretty interesting when your "toast of America" Ranjerks
>plummet off their mountain.
>I can't wait.
>
> THE GURU

Little guru, you bear out my previous words with more envy and resentment.
I love it! Keep it coming, oh exalted one! Don't burst a vein, though!

hehehehehe!

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Keith Keller

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Feb 19, 1995, 11:13:54 PM2/19/95
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Okay, I am outta this discussion; real life calls. Some residual
comments....

In article <3i8rv4$5...@solaris.cc.vt.edu>,
Jack Pethtal <jpet...@vt.edu> wrote:
[snip]


>gave them. It was the greatest series of all time.

You think? I haven't been around too long, so I am in no position
to say. But it certainly is the greatest series I've ever seen.

>Wouldnt it suck that after all this woofing between NYR and NJD fans
>that we both get our asses kicked in the playoffs? It seems like a good
>possibility.

What would *really* suck is neither team making the playoffs.

(hey Jack, trim down the end of your articles, willya? you leave
something like 20 blank lines at the end, and it's annoying to have
to cut 'em all.)

Jack Pethtal

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Feb 20, 1995, 12:23:08 AM2/20/95
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In article <3i94u2$3...@netnews.upenn.edu>, kke...@mail1.sas.upenn.edu (Keith Keller) says:

>You think? I haven't been around too long, so I am in no position
>to say. But it certainly is the greatest series I've ever seen.

Well, the best in my 20 years on the planet.

>>Wouldnt it suck that after all this woofing between NYR and NJD fans
>>that we both get our asses kicked in the playoffs? It seems like a good
>>possibility.
>
>What would *really* suck is neither team making the playoffs.

No shit. I do think that both Pitt and Quebec will take a dive.
Hell, Pitt lost yesterday and tied Buffalo today.
Quebec lost yesterday. We'll make the playoffs.

>(hey Jack, trim down the end of your articles, willya? you leave
>something like 20 blank lines at the end, and it's annoying to have
>to cut 'em all.)

Sorry but I have to unless I edit all the shit out of the article.
That takes more time than cutting the empty lines.

THE GURU


Howard E Covert

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Feb 20, 1995, 4:06:27 AM2/20/95
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Jack,

I'll give you a chance right now to discuss hockey -

First - on the Devils

- The rumored Stevens-Bure trade - how do you feel about it? Bure is certainly
one of the top talents, and is a lot younger than Stevens, yet Stevens is THE
leader of the team.

- Will ol' Lou sign Brodeur? Will he trade him? Trade Terreri? I'd go with Martin
in a flash, but the Devils are gonna have to pay

- Devils seem to miss Nichols a lot more than I thought

- Bobby Holik looks lost out there. What's up?

On the Rangers -

-I still think Nedved will be a star in a short time - but he's playing poorly now.
Do you stick him on a line and keep him there for a whole game? Is Campbell
mixing his lines too much.

-I think we need to play some young D now - if nothing else, to save the old guys
for the playoffs

-Do you think Hirsch should be called up and Healy traded? Or trade Hirsch?

- What about Zubov-Primeau? According to the Boston Globe, Detroit turned it
down.

Okay, I'll stop here - you've been challenged. Now what?

Howard


PS I grew up in Jersey City, 10 minutes from the Byrne Arena. I grew up and
continue to be a Ranger fan, but I like the Devils (not against the Rangers, of
course).

Not here to lecture - but let's cool the hostility here - this goes for all sides.

Jack Pethtal

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Feb 21, 1995, 5:13:24 PM2/21/95
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In article <3idj8s$f...@cnj.digex.net>, drj...@cnj.digex.net (QuietOne) says:

As I said before, this whole "conspiracy" theory is just a (poor) attempt
to show that you can't accept the fact that I do know the sport and you
on the other hand would have a very hard time answering those questions
without looking like a total ass. But then again, you still didnt answer
the questions and you *do* look like an ass.
Here's a challenge:
Answer those same questions and make me look bad. Hmmm?
Too much effort?
Well, it figures that you wouldnt answer them but yet claim how poorly
I did.
If you want to discuss this then email me because now you look like the
doofus.

THE GURU

Jack Pethtal

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Feb 22, 1995, 12:20:38 AM2/22/95
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In article <3idptv$g...@news.bu.edu>, ale...@bu.edu (Alexandros Pitsironis) says:
>I agree with Chad. Is there anyone on this newsgroup that goes to VA Tech or
>knows someone that goes there that can find out who this GURU guy or Jack
>Pethal is.
>
>19-NEVER FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Why are you so bent on findig out about me, anyway? Is it any of your
business? I think not.
Besides, no no one in this group is a Hokie.
Mind your own business. Besides, VT has over 50000 students so even if
there were 20 people who go to Tech in this group there is still a good
chance that they wouldnt know me.
Get over it, I'm done flaming, so why cant you?

THE GURU


QuietOne

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Feb 22, 1995, 1:17:10 PM2/22/95
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In article <3idoi4$5...@solaris.cc.vt.edu>,

EMAIL? YOU ? Why? Did I strike a nerve yesterday? Hmmmmmm??
Are we fearful of losing our account ? Hmmmm ???

No more flames Jack ?

YOu didnt know any Devils information, and you know it.

I would top you anywhere anytime..

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QuietOne

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Feb 22, 1995, 1:19:37 PM2/22/95
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In article <3ibc2i$1...@ixnews3.ix.netcom.com>,
Joseph Mercede <jme...@ix.netcom.com> wrote:
>In <3iaqr4$n...@cnj.digex.net> drj...@cnj.digex.net (QuietOne) writes:
>
>>
>>In article <3i9m2j$3...@senator-bedfellow.mit.edu>,

>>Howard E Covert <heco...@athena.mit.edu> wrote:
>>>Jack,
>>>
>>>I'll give you a chance right now to discuss hockey -
>>>
>>>First - on the Devils
>>
>>
>>Jack Pethtal is not going to answer these questions.
>>
>>Someone else will. And sign it GURU.
>>
>>You see, I know something about Jack Pethtal that he
>>refuses to admit. That is - I know Jack Pethtal
>>never ever saw a Devils hockey game before this season
>>and didn't even realize that the Devils played the
>>Rangers in the playoffs last season.
>>
>>You see, the real Jack Pethtal sent me email telling
>>me that I should not get irratated about his constant
>>flames, and that, yes indeed, he had a roommate
>>in college that told him about the rivalry and about
>>posting flames in newsgroups, that it was fun to
>>irratate people.
>>
>>Jack Pethtal doesnt rememeber sending that letter to
>>me, and is wondering who the hell I am.
>>That's the funny part.
>>
>>Jack Pethtal was worried that what he was doing
>>( he's been at this since Sept/Oct 1994 ) would get
>>back to the people responsible for the on line
>>service at his school.
>>
>>
>>So, any posts that seem reasonable, and intelligently
>>thought out, are not authored by him, but someone
>>trying to fool us.
>>
>>He wants to make everyone think that he knows all
>>about NHL hockey. Just so he can stick around a little
>>longer.

>>
>>
>>--
>>NY Rangers - 1994 Stanley Cup Champs! Greetings from Scotch
>Plains,NJ
>>NY Mets - Players? THOSE GUYS ?!?!? your host -
>drj...@cnj.digex.net
>>LA Raiders - New Optimism '95 "If you can read this,you're driving
>to close"
>>
>
> Hey, some real interesting stuff going on here.! Hey DRJIMMY, learn
>how to spell. FASCINATING letter.

JAck Mercede : Does a spelling error here or there REALLY take away
from the point that was made ? Are you the dude feeding GURU answers?

I thought so...

QuietOne

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Feb 22, 1995, 8:14:14 PM2/22/95
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In article <3ibigf$f...@solaris.cc.vt.edu>,
Jack Pethtal <jpet...@vt.edu> wrote:
>In article <3ib6b4$3...@lace.Colorado.EDU>, iwanski@newton (IWANSKI JOSEPH S) says:
>
>>Whoa boy, calm down! Your hatred is almost palpable! Don't take it
>>all so seriously there. The Rangers are champs. Realize it, and get
>>over it already. Jeez!
>
><Beautiful ascii art deleted>
>
>Once again, I realize they won the Cup but this assmunch wants to keep
>things up as much as possible. Am I correct when I say that this group
>wants me to stop flaming? This bitch keeps trying to piss me off so
>I keep flaming. If that is what he wants then he will get it, through
>email. HEY QUIETONE, MAIL ME IF YOU WANT TO BE A DICK!!!!!
>
> THE GURU

Sure, should I cc it to Mr.Sanders at your site as well ?

QuietOne

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Feb 22, 1995, 8:16:26 PM2/22/95
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In article <3ibili$f...@solaris.cc.vt.edu>,
Jack Pethtal <jpet...@vt.edu> wrote:
>In article <3ibc2i$1...@ixnews3.ix.netcom.com>, jme...@ix.netcom.com (Joseph Mercede) says:
>(bullshit deleted)

>
>> Hey, some real interesting stuff going on here.! Hey DRJIMMY, learn
>>how to spell. FASCINATING letter.
>
>Thank you very much. That's what I have been trying to say here but
>"someone" (you know who you are) keeps flaming me for talking shit about
>people's non-spelling skills.
>
> THE GURU

Hey Jackie boy, if that's all you want to do here is pick out
misspelled words, then get the fuck out of here !

You obviously don't know hockey.

You are a very immature person.

Jack Pethtal

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Feb 22, 1995, 10:04:11 PM2/22/95
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In article <3ignh6$f...@cnj.digex.net>, drj...@cnj.digex.net (QuietOne) says:

> Sure, should I cc it to Mr.Sanders at your site as well ?

Go ahead. It makes you look like the loser here.
Can't you read. I clearly stated that I was trying to make peace
here but you wanna keep things up.
Therefore, you look like the idiot.
Besides, I have plenty of people to back me up.

THE GURU

rs7...@albnyvms.bitnet

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Feb 22, 1995, 10:41:57 PM2/22/95
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In article <3igd8v$9...@solaris.cc.vt.edu>, jpet...@vt.edu (Jack Pethtal) writes:

>In article <3ifv36$r...@cnj.digex.net>, drj...@cnj.digex.net (QuietOne) says:
>
>>EMAIL? YOU ? Why? Did I strike a nerve yesterday? Hmmmmmm??
>>Are we fearful of losing our account ? Hmmmm ???
>
>No, I am tired of this crap. Why would I lose my account anyway?

>
>>No more flames Jack ?
>
>Well, I'll make an exception in your case.

>
>>YOu didnt know any Devils information, and you know it.
>
>Fuck you. You obviously didnt read those earlier posts. I guess my
>roommate did those too, right?

>
>>I would top you anywhere anytime..
>
>You can top me flaming (in your dreams) but I can top your mother in bed.
>
> THE GURU
>
>
> Your to talk about mother's, GURU of MASTERBATION seeing as your mother
smells like swamp ass, and knows the penis sizes of every man in every
fraternity in this fuckin nation. LATER LOSER!

ICEMAN
>
>
>
>
>
>

Jack Pethtal

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Feb 23, 1995, 2:57:43 AM2/23/95
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In article <3ignla$f...@cnj.digex.net>, drj...@cnj.digex.net (QuietOne) says:
>Hey Jackie boy, if that's all you want to do here is pick out
>misspelled words, then get the fuck out of here !
>
>You obviously don't know hockey.
>
>You are a very immature person.

Good God, you need help.
Did you mother beat you when you were little?
What *is* your problem?

THE GURU


Chad Wemyss

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Feb 23, 1995, 9:38:55 AM2/23/95
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Jack Pethtal (jpet...@vt.edu) wrote:

: Wouldnt it suck that after all this woofing between NYR and NJD fans


: that we both get our asses kicked in the playoffs? It seems like a good
: possibility.
: THE GURU

Finally, reality rears it's ugly head in a guru post.

Unfortunately, I have to agree with them. The Rangers are
finally back over .500 (just barely), and the Devils are still
quite a ways below them. Sucks when the top team in the
division is just 1 game over even.

*******************************************************************************
New York Rangers, Stanley Cup Champs, 1994
HEAVE-HO, TWO IN A ROW!!!!

Chad Wemyss, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, MEA 1995/96
chad...@wpi.wpi.edu
*******************************************************************************

rainman

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Feb 23, 1995, 4:32:03 PM2/23/95
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Look, I know this keeps getting said, and I am doing nothing to
alleviate the mass mail, but can we stop discussing the merits of GURU
and 88 keys and discuss more hockey please? I do not care if the GURU's
dog rights his entries here, he is trying to talk more about hockey than
most of you others here...

I would much rather know about what lines are working where and why
Leetch, one of the premier defensemen in the NHL has a -7 +/- rating?
Lack of chances? bad passing on his part? poor linemates? I am trapped
in Evansville Indiana and have no canle and no money... but I am a Ranger
fan since I was a lad in Ohio. Can we please talk about them and quit
wasting everybodys time?

Thank you
rainman


RichT

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Feb 23, 1995, 5:51:22 PM2/23/95
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>Look, I know this keeps getting said, and I am doing nothing to
>alleviate the mass mail, but can we stop discussing the merits of GURU
>and 88 keys and discuss more hockey please?

CUT CUT
>Thank you
>rainman


Couldn't have said it any better myself rainman. Let's stop the baiting and
the flaming in this group. I too now live outside of N.Y. and rely on this
group to be my eyes and ears to the Rangers. When the year is over one team
skates around with the Cup and all the others just watch. That's what makes
sports so great. We can all root for who we want to. Let's just keep up the
hockey discussions.

-Rich

NBCC St. Andrews Library

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>Look, I know this keeps getting said, and I am doing nothing to
>alleviate the mass mail, but can we stop discussing the merits of GURU
>and 88 keys and discuss more hockey please? I do not care if the GURU's
>dog rights his entries here, he is trying to talk more about hockey than
>most of you others here...
>
>I would much rather know about what lines are working where and why
>Leetch, one of the premier defensemen in the NHL has a -7 +/- rating?
>Lack of chances? bad passing on his part? poor linemates? I am trapped
>in Evansville Indiana and have no canle and no money... but I am a Ranger
>fan since I was a lad in Ohio. Can we please talk about them and quit
>wasting everybodys time?
>
>Thank you
>rainman
>
>
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