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  1. That would be phenomenal. Though there is enough set-up for a miniseries at least. And
  2. I just finished it. I liked it overall. The plot was very loose but I think it worked well in the sense that the movie was about Dickie Moltisanti and a precursor of how things came to be. I thought Vera Farmiga did a good job as Liv, but Jon Berenthal wasn't as lively as I was expecting Johnny Soprano to be. Given the way it was put together by a bunch of vignettes, I think it would have been better served to cover more than just the brief glimpse into Tony's hero. Given the talents of Farmiga and Berenthal, and the guy who played Junior, I feel like we could have used more of them. That said, the introduction of Harold makes me think Chase is going to be toying with the idea of a prequel series, following simultaneously his track, but also how Tony, Paulie, Pussy, and Sil came to be together. The movie felt like a taste of something that's yet to come.
  3. 3 and i've used all of them except for 19/20. I can't bring myself to get a next-gen console just yet.
  4. I'm going to see these guys friday night. They are perfectly funky and trippy. Kind of like Vulfpeck meets Homeshake
  5. I'm stoked. But then again I'm never not when it comes to Ghost.
  6. (N3) Winnipeg Jets vs. (N4) Montreal Canadiens SERIES SCHEDULE: REGULAR SEASON RECORDS: Jets: 29-23-3, 61 points Canadiens: 24-21-11, 59 points SEASON SERIES: WPG 6-3-0; MTL 3-3-3 [table=width: 650, align: center] [tr] [td]THERE'S A FIRST TIME FOR EVERYTHING[/td] [/tr] [tr] [td] The Winnipeg Jets and the Montreal Canadiens have never faced off against each other in the playoffs, in either of Winnipeg's stints in the league. The Winnipeg Jets are 16-23 in playoff appearances since moving from Atlanta. The Montreal Canadiens are 431-315 all-time in playoff matches. The Jets have made the playoffs each of the past four seasons, advancing to the conference finals in 2018, but losing to the Vegas Golden Knights. The Canadiens last made the playoffs in each of the past two seasons.[/td] [/tr] [tr] [td]THEY'RE NOT WHO WE THOUGHT THEY WERE[/td] [/tr] [tr] [td] Both the Jets and Canadiens pulled off massive upsets in the first round against the Oilers and Maple Leafs respectively. While both teams enjoyed underdog status in the first round, the Jets are heavily favoured against the Canadiens. [/td] [/tr] [/table]
  7. He and Theissman were the only two that came to mind. Maybe Phil Esposito? But he has personality.
  8. Spoken like someone who believes they can get away with murder. Why even bother calling Panarin if you are going to publicly state that you feel like it was a routine scrum? If he had any remorse, or if he had taken the conversation with Panarin to heart in any way, the wording would have been different("It was an unfortunate incident"etc.). It also gives me the idea that no one from the league spoke to him about the incident.
  9. I don't hate Carp, but he doesn't exactly draw me in. I subscribed before him, because I knew the initial group was going to cover the league well enough, but Carp is adequate. He just doesn't fit with the rest of the group though, just like Brooks wouldn't fit in. It's too old school.
  10. He basically had the same season Hughes did last year, no? He definitely was abysmal to start the season, but really came into his own and looks like an NHL player. He looks comfortable, is compatible with his linemates, and builds on his performance. I'm happy. There was no way he was going to come out onto the ice and light it up, especially looking at how poorly the team overall looked for two months.
  11. Aside from the fact that he isn't exactly fun to listen to, I feel like this is beneath him. I have a hard time believing that "The Great One" would consider taking a job in broadcasting. Like who is the closest all-time great who made the switch to commentator?
  12. I suppose this was an inevitability, but it's still unfortunate to see. What I like about The Athletic, is that it is wonderfully curated and edited, and is independent from existing entities. Its growth from a handful of markets into an international sportswriters platform over a few years is incredible. Any merger that takes place is going to lose a bit of what it was established to be, but the New York Times is just a bummer. The Athletic will downsize and water down their coverage because like the article said, there's no way NYT is going to absorb those costs entirely. An Axios merger would have been interesting given their rise to prominence over the past few years.
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