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    Default Re: Should Hossa still be booed?

    He's not booed enough,imo.

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    First off Molinari can shove dignity and class up his rosy red ***. Ha! that rhymed Fans are supposed to boo the opponent, the other team. Fans aren't supposed to allow teams into "their" bulding and great them with hospitality and friendliness and give them a feeling of home comfort. that's bull****. Fans are supposed to help make the opponent feel as uncomfortable as possibly and you can do something that will get into their head a little bit, that's an added plus (chants, booing etc...) . If Molinari wants class and dignity then he needs to go give claps at golf matches, when it comes to "team" sports, you better believe that the fans and crowd should boo and boo loudly whoever the heck that they want.

    With that all said, Hossa is a leach. He's a guy that's been bouncing around trying to attach himself to a team that will get him a Stanley Cup. He's trying to jump on any wagon that he can find that will give him that chance. On one account, it is all about winning the cup, but as Molinari stated about "class and dignity", Hossa has shown little of that as he's been jumping to teams that already have a bunch of talent and were good before he came around instead of attaching himself to a team that actually needs him or some sort of leadership to help get to the big prize.

    so **** Marian Hossa. I hope he continuously fails in his quest for the Cup

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    AMEN to that Kip
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    First off Molinari can shove dignity and class up his rosy red ***. Ha! that rhymed Fans are supposed to boo the opponent, the other team. Fans aren't supposed to allow teams into "their" bulding and great them with hospitality and friendliness and give them a feeling of home comfort. that's bull****. Fans are supposed to help make the opponent feel as uncomfortable as possibly and you can do something that will get into their head a little bit, that's an added plus (chants, booing etc...) . If Molinari wants class and dignity then he needs to go give claps at golf matches, when it comes to "team" sports, you better believe that the fans and crowd should boo and boo loudly whoever the heck that they want.

    With that all said, Hossa is a leach. He's a guy that's been bouncing around trying to attach himself to a team that will get him a Stanley Cup. He's trying to jump on any wagon that he can find that will give him that chance. On one account, it is all about winning the cup, but as Molinari stated about "class and dignity", Hossa has shown little of that as he's been jumping to teams that already have a bunch of talent and were good before he came around instead of attaching himself to a team that actually needs him or some sort of leadership to help get to the big prize.

    so **** Marian Hossa. I hope he continuously fails in his quest for the Cup
    Right on, Kip! I couldn't agree more, and was pretty much thinking the same thing while I was reading that link

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    Right on, Kip! I couldn't agree more, and was pretty much thinking the same thing while I was reading that link
    Yeah, minus a few typos and ****, I was pretty impressed with how my brain was functioning when typing that one

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    First off Molinari can shove dignity and class up his rosy red ***. Ha! that rhymed Fans are supposed to boo the opponent, the other team. Fans aren't supposed to allow teams into "their" bulding and great them with hospitality and friendliness and give them a feeling of home comfort. that's bull****. Fans are supposed to help make the opponent feel as uncomfortable as possibly and you can do something that will get into their head a little bit, that's an added plus (chants, booing etc...) . If Molinari wants class and dignity then he needs to go give claps at golf matches, when it comes to "team" sports, you better believe that the fans and crowd should boo and boo loudly whoever the heck that they want.

    With that all said, Hossa is a leach. He's a guy that's been bouncing around trying to attach himself to a team that will get him a Stanley Cup. He's trying to jump on any wagon that he can find that will give him that chance. On one account, it is all about winning the cup, but as Molinari stated about "class and dignity", Hossa has shown little of that as he's been jumping to teams that already have a bunch of talent and were good before he came around instead of attaching himself to a team that actually needs him or some sort of leadership to help get to the big prize.

    so **** Marian Hossa. I hope he continuously fails in his quest for the Cup

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    Yeah, minus a few typos and ****, I was pretty impressed with how my brain was functioning when typing that one
    Just don't let it happen again.

    Anyway, **** Hossa and the horse he rode in on.

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    Just don't let it happen again.

    Anyway, **** Hossa and the horse he rode in on.
    For sure.

    The funny thing is that I think he signed a longer term deal with Chicago, didn't he? so he's now trapped with the Blackhawks. not that, that isn't a good team to be trapped on. they could possibly become the Penguins of the West with the young talent on that team (not as good of talent of course )

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    For sure.

    The funny thing is that I think he signed a longer term deal with Chicago, didn't he? so he's now trapped with the Blackhawks. not that, that isn't a good team to be trapped on. they could possibly become the Penguins of the West with the young talent on that team (not as good of talent of course )
    Wasn't he one of the guys who signed a contract that makes no sense in terms of length (only for cap manipulation)?

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    Wasn't he one of the guys who signed a contract that makes no sense in terms of length (only for cap manipulation)?
    Yup.

    Hossa signed a 12 year deal (which will expire after he's good into his 40's) and under the cap will pay him annually $5.27 since the cap goes by an average over the term of a contract. however, the Blackhawks will pay Hossa $7.9 million per year over the first 7 years of that contract and then $1 million per year for the remainder.

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    Hossa should be booed in Detroit!

    Pittsburgh should get over it. The Pens won without him!

    Personally, I don't like the guy, but I'm over it.

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    Hossa should be booed in Detroit!

    Pittsburgh should get over it. The Pens won without him!

    Personally, I don't like the guy, but I'm over it.
    I'm over him as far as what he did for the Pens, now I'd just boo him and hate on him for being a leach

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    Hossa should be booed in Detroit!

    Pittsburgh should get over it. The Pens won without him!

    Personally, I don't like the guy, but I'm over it.
    I am right there with you. As far as I am concerned he did his time so to speak. His gamble didn't work out for him and it didn't hurt us a bit. In hind site I am very happy that he turned it down, it allowed us to spend some money where it was more deserved. For team guys. I just simply don't give a **** about the guy one way or the other any more. But booing players is a part of being a rowdy fan, I don't have a problem with it.

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    If we were supposed to have dignity and class at sporting events, there would be a ****ing dress code. I'm sorry, but my job requires that I dress nicely, keep clean shaven, and speak with impeccable grammar. I live in an apartment, and my next door neighbors have small children, so out of respect for them, I refrain form shouting and cussing at the TV. So excuse the **** out of me if I want to loosen up a little and act a little classless while I'm attending a game, or watching it at a bar.

    **** Hossa! I hope we play the Blackhawks in the Stanley Final, just so we can beat him again, and he can taste the agony of defeat 3 years in a row.

    BTW, if Molinari wants to talk 'dignity and class,' how about Hossa himself? It's not like he left the ****ing Maple Leafs to pursue a Stanley Cup. He left the team that was a fraction of an inch away from forcing a deciding game 7 for a Stanley Cup final. He literally just changed benches. He disrespected us, and punches us in the face. He did what you would expect from a child: "they beat us, I'm on their team now." If the Penguins had been a lousy team, I would totally have understood. I would even have rooted for him. The fact is, instead of getting determined to come back the next year and win it with a vengeance (like the Pens actually did,) he simply chose to jump ship and freeload his way to a Stanley Cup Championship. **** him.

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