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GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: VOL. 1 1. When Dave Bautista found out he got the role of Drax the Destroyer, he broke down in tears, overjoyed at getting a Marvel comic book role. He prepared for the role with an acting coach.

2. Vin Diesel recorded all his lines in several different languages, including Russian, Mandarin, Spanish, Portuguese, German, and French, so that they could use his real voice in the film around the world.

3. Chris Pratt apparently stole his Star-Lord costume from the set, for the sole purpose of having it available so he could show up in costume to visit sick children in the hospital, who might want to meet Star-Lord.

4. The scene where Peter drops the orb during the Collector scene was not scripted. According to the commentary, Chris Pratt accidentally dropped it during filming, but remained in character through the whole thing, so it stayed in the final film.

5. James Gunn stated that Chris Pratt's audition was so good, he was prepared to offer him the role, even if Pratt did not lose weight, or get in shape in time. Gunn joked that he was willing to CGI a six-pack on Pratt's body. However, Pratt asked Gunn to give him six months to lose fifty pounds, and he ended up losing sixty.

6. The soundtrack album "Awesome Mix, Vol. 1" reached number one on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart, the first film soundtrack ever to do so without any original music. It was also nominated for the 2015 Grammy Award for Best Soundtrack.

7. According to Vin Diesel, his performance as Groot helped him through a dark time in his life. He was dealing with the loss of his best friend and "Fast and Furious" co-star Paul Walker: "It was the first time I came back to dealing with human beings after dealing with death, so playing a character who celebrates life in the way Groot does, was very nice."

8. According to Vin Diesel, the voice of Groot, he recorded Groot's iconic line, "I am Groot", over one thousand times.

9. According to James Gunn, Star-Lord's obscene gesture was an improvisation by Chris Pratt.

10. Zoe Saldana nearly broke Chris Pratt's ribs while filming a fight sequence. During training, Pratt and Saldana would wear protective gear so they could actually hit each other. However, when the day came to film the scene, Pratt forgot to wear his protective gear and did not tell Saldana, because he thought she would hold back if she knew. Saldana (under the impression he was wearing the gear like he usually did) kicked him square in the ribs, which made Pratt fall to the ground. According to Pratt, he had a bruise for the remainder of filming.

11. Chris Pratt cites heroes Han Solo and Marty McFly as influences on his performance as Star-Lord.

12. Star-Lord's line, "If I had a blacklight, this place would look like a Jackson Pollock painting," was ad-libbed by Chris Pratt.

13. Prior to release, Bill Mantlo, the comic book writer who created Rocket Raccoon, and has been permanently hospitalized due to the severity of a crippling traffic accident in 1992, was granted a private screening by Marvel Entertainment and Walt Disney Pictures. According to his brother, Michael Mantlo, Bill was pleased with the adaptation (which credits him by name as the character's creator) and considered the occasion a happy day for him and his family.

14. Bradley Cooper told Howard Stern that he was paid more for voicing Rocket in this movie, than for starring in Silver Linings Playbook (2012) and The Hangover (2009) combined.

15. James Gunn didn't want to see Chris Pratt auditioning. He was convinced later, by his assistant, at the end of the auditions. After Pratt read for thirty seconds, Gunn stated that he knew Pratt was perfect for the role.

16. The cassette player used by Peter Quill was the Sony TPS-L2. It was the first personal cassette player released in 1979. It was originally called the "Soundabout", then changed to "Walkman".

17. James Gunn has confirmed, via Twitter, that Peter Quill's ship in the film is named The Milano after Alyssa Milano, Peter Quill's childhood crush.

18. It took the Make-up Artists five hours daily to do make-up, and apply eighteen prosthetic tattoo pieces onto Dave Bautista. Chris Pratt revealed that during the process, Bautista stood the entire time, with hands holding onto rails which had tennis balls on them, with no complaints whatsoever. Eventually, the process was narrowed down to an average of three hours, while ninety minutes were required to remove the make-up.

19. In the comics, Drax is green. However, for the film, his color was changed to a muddier grey, partly because the movie already had a bright-green character (Gamora), but mostly to distinguish his appearance from the Hulk.

20. Zoe Saldana wanted to portray Gamora through make-up, rather than computer graphics imagery, or performance capture.

21. When arrested, Rocket's attributes list his known associates: Groot and Lylla. Lady Lylla is a Sentient Otter and soulmate to Rocket in the Marvel Universe.

22. Drax's comment about Groot's ability to release "fireflies", "When did you learn to do that?" is an inside joke, as Groot has never shown this ability in the comic books.

23. Stan Lee's cameo was originally going to feature him as one of the Collector's boxed trophies, giving Groot the middle finger. Disney executives didn't like this, and had James Gunn change it to Lee being an alien Casanova.

24. James Gunn would keep a pile of little Play-Doh containers on-set. If someone did an especially amazing job that day, whether it was an actor, a grip, a stuntman, or a personal assistant, he or she would get a canister of Play-Doh. Gunn says he gave out forty containers over the entire shoot, on an eighty-five-day shoot, with a crew of two hundred: "I love the smell of Play-Doh. Opening a new container and smelling it, puts me in a creative, child-like place, and who doesn't love playing with Play-Doh?"

25. After filming finished, James Gunn gave Dave Bautista a Drax lunchbox to add to his collection of vintage lunchboxes. Meanwhile, Bautista gave Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana some custom WWE Championship belts.

26. Iron Man was planned to have a cameo role in this film (in an homage to his being the Guardians' latest member in the comics around 2013), but this was scrapped when Robert Downey, Jr. said he may not reprise his role as Tony Stark in the future. Downey has since signed a contract to reprise the role for two "Avengers" sequels.

27. Vin Diesel loved his character, Groot, so much, he would go to promotions and premieres wearing the stilts he wore for the movie and a shirt proclaiming "I Am Groot".

28. The opening cave scene was originally written around Blue Swede's "Hooked On A Feeling", but James Gunn felt Redbone's "Come and Get Your Love" worked far better.

29. Chris Pratt went on a very strict training regimen and diet for six months, and dropped sixty pounds, eventually getting a six-pack for his shirtless scenes. He said it was a lot of hard work, almost "torturous", but when he was filming his shirtless scenes, and saw the playback on the monitor, he felt the effort was well worth it, and was "extremely excited to see the best possible physical version of himself".

30. The Collector's residence in the film is the space station Knowhere. In the comics, Knowhere is the base of the Guardians of the Galaxy.

31. Chris Pratt and Dave Bautista spent two and a half months training and rehearsing for their fight scene. On the Friday night before the Monday that they were scheduled to film the scene, James Gunn decided that the fight wouldn't work on-camera, so he scrapped the entire sequence, for which they had been practicing. Gunn also decided he wanted the entire fight to be filmed in one long shot, with no cuts. As a result, Pratt and Bautista only had a few hours to learn the choreography for the fight sequence, which is in the movie. According to Bautista, it took them twenty-two takes to get it right on film.

32. At one point, Quill calls Rocket "Ranger Rick", a reference to the long-running children's nature magazine which features a cartoon raccoon with that name.

33. Benicio Del Toro's uncredited cameo as The Collector in Thor: The Dark World (2013) was written to set the stage for this film.

34. According to James Gunn, the film's soundtrack is composed mainly of 1970s and 1980s songs, as they are part of Quill's memories of Earth: "The music is one of those touchstones we have to remind us that Quill is a real person from planet Earth who's just like you and me, except that he's in this big outer space adventure."

35. Josh Brolin is uncredited, and in fact was the last person cast. He was offered the role while filming Everest (2015). He based the characterization of Thanos primarily on Marlon Brando's role of Colonel Walter E. Kurtz in Apocalypse Now (1979).

36. According to the filmmakers, Rocket Raccoon in this film is a unique product of experimentation: "He's a little animal who was taken and experimented on and pulled apart and put back together again and implanted with cybernetics and he's half-machine and half-raccoon, and he's a gnarled, miserable, angry creature because there's nothing else like him, and that's something not easy to be."

37. Bradley Cooper cited Tommy DeVito (Joe Pesci's character in Goodfellas (1990)) as an influence on Rocket Racoon's voice.

38. Djimon Hounsou took the role of Korath for the sake of his son: "I have a son who loves superheroes from Spider-Man to Iron Man to Batman. One day he looks at me and says 'Dad, I want to be light-skinned so I could be Spider-Man. Spider-Man has light skin.' That was sort of a shock." In recent years, in the Marvel Ultimates comic book universe, the Spider-Man mantle has been held by Miles Morales, a half-black, half-Hispanic teenager.

39. When we first see Bereet (Melia Kreiling) aboard the Milano, she is wearing the t-shirt young Peter (Wyatt Oleff) was wearing when he was abducted from Terra (Earth).

40. When Vin Diesel started recording his lines for Groot, he was pleasantly surprised to find himself working with an old friend, Doc Kane, the sound technician he'd worked with on The Iron Giant (1999).

41. James Gunn's brother Sean Gunn, who did the on-set acting for Rocket, improvised the line "A bunch of jackasses standing in a circle."

42. Yondu's primary weapon is a sentient arrow. In the comics, Yondu was an archer.

43. James Gunn reasoned that the usage of songs from the 1970s would help grounding to reality and providing fun juxtaposition. In an interview, he revealed he had compiled a list of hit songs which appear in the Billboard charts during this time, and narrowed it down to one hundred twenty to be considered for use in the film. It helped Gunn entirely throughout production, as some scenes were either filmed around the music as it played in the background, or it served as inspiration for him to write a scene around the track.

44. Primarily based on the 2008 comic team (Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket Raccoon, and Groot), but features Yondu, a member of the original 1969 comic team, as an ally.

45. Thanos almost got cut from the movie, but James Gunn decided to keep him for a connection to The Avengers (2012).

46. Rocket Raccoon was modelled on a raccoon named Oreo living in the UK.

47. Benicio Del Toro described the Collector as "Liberace in outer space."

48. The sales of Blue Swede's "Hooked on a Feeling" shot up by seven hundred percent after the release of the film's first trailer, which prominently featured the song.

49. In the movie, Yondu is portrayed as a villainous mercenary. However, in the comics, Yondu is of a tribal warrior race.

50. The film has even generated renewed interest in and demand for personal cassette players, especially classic Walkmans, like Peter's.

51. Chris Pratt thought it was extremely important "to have the physicality of a comic book hero" to play Star-Lord. Growing up, he had "always been fascinated with the anatomy of comic book heroes" and he would always draw them as very "cut and ripped", and felt he had to appear similar, in order to do the role justice.

52. In Dutch, Afrikaans, and Flemish, "Groot" means "big." "I am Groot" would therefore mean "I am big".

53. "Cherry Bomb" was actually played on set as the characters made their epic entrance before the final battle, to help them get into character. Tyler Bates composed the original score before the filming process began so it could be played on set to help the actors' performance in certain scenes. "Cherry Bomb" is also the name of the band from Howard the Duck (1986). Howard appears in the end-of-credits scene, and was the first movie based off of a Marvel comic.

54. Vin Diesel recorded his lines wearing stilts, so he could get a sense of how large Groot actually is.

55. Features the first on-screen appearance of a Celestial's severed head. The Celestials are an ancient race of godlike beings who watch over and change the universe for both good and evil.

56. Alexandra Byrne was flustered when measuring Djimon Hounsou for his outfit. She stated that he was so perfectly built, she could put a beanbag on him and he'd make it look good.

57. The dog, which appears in the hologram Quill projects over the ruins on Morag, is James Gunn's own dog, Wesley Von Spears.

58. To prepare for the role of Nebula, Karen Gillan shaved her head.

59. The Avengers (2012) director Joss Whedon, who signed a deal to creatively consult on all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films, was enthusiastic about the selection of James Gunn to direct.

60. When the Guardians are negotiating with the Collector, and the holograms of the Infinity Stone's sisters are shown, both the Aether from "Thor: The Dark World" and the Tesseract from "The Avengers" movies can be seen.

61. According to the mid-credit scene of Thor: The Dark World (2013), the Collector is already in possession of the Reality Infinity Stone and wants to own all of them.

62. Chris Pratt said that a shirtless "selfie" of himself taken during the filming of Zero Dark Thirty (2012) won him the role of Star-Lord in this film. On a chat show on which he appeared, he had released a photo of himself in his underwear, flexing and showing off an excessively ripped and muscular body. It was this photo that convinced the producers of this film that he could actually get in shape and play a superhero. During final meetings, they brought out the picture of him, and asked him if he could get back that physique. He promised them he could, and he actually surpassed it with an even more rigorous six-month training schedule.

63. James Gunn has stated several times that Rocket was a big, if not the main, reason he wanted to make this movie. In fact, when it was confirmed that the film was a hit, Gunn put a heartfelt thank you letter online, specifically thanking everyone for letting a Raccoon make them a little more human.

64. According to James Gunn, Star-Lord's ship the Milano is based on a hot rod: "Its environment is reminiscent of Earth, and has a tangible quality, mechanical with chrome and leather, and a muscle-car look."

65. Djimon Hounsou found his costume and make-up as Korath very uncomfortable and rigid. He channelled this discomfort into his action sequences.

66. Gamora says she doesn't dance. Zoe Saldana is in fact, a professionally trained ballerina.

67. In the film, Ronan the Accuser is an Admiral serving under Thanos. This combines his classic Marvel comics portrayal (a top-ranking Military Governor) with his Marvel Ultimate comics portrayal (an ally of Thanos).

68. Nicole Perlman is the first woman to be credited for writing a Marvel screenplay.

69. Peter "Star-Lord" Quill escapes from the planet Morag after an encounter with the Sakaarans. Their home world, Sakaar, is where the Hulk's spaceship lands in the "Planet Hulk" comic. Also, this is the place where Thor and Hulk fight in Thor: Ragnarok (2017).

70. James Gunn compared the Avengers and the Guardians to music bands: "The Avengers are like The Beatles, but the Guardians are like The Rolling Stones!"

71. The trailer featured several bits and pieces (and lots of dialogue) of scenes, which then didn't appear in the completed film, such as Zoe Saldana seen topless from behind.

72. James Gunn cites Iron Man (2008) as an influence on the film: "We are starting Phase 2 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This is Marvel Cosmic, and we're doing exactly what they did with the first Iron Man film."

73. James Gunn's favorite song is Jackson 5's "I Want You Back", and he was delighted to get a chance to feature it in the film.

74. The main city seen from above on Xandar, as well as the ships flown by the Nova Corps, sport the same design as the logo on the helmet of Nova from the comics, who has close ties to the Guardians.

75. In the unreleased trailer shown at the 2013 Comic-Con and D23 Expo, Peter Quill, giving the finger to the Nova Corps officers, was not blurred, and did not have the "Obscene Gesture Alert" graphic. This was intentionally added in the official trailer for general audiences.

76. Nebula is Thanos' daughter in the film, but his granddaughter in the comics.

77. Yondu was originally meant to be killed off in the end of the movie.

78. Cosmo, a telepathic dog from the early Soviet space missions, and member of the Guardians of the Galaxy in the comics, has a cameo during the Collector's scenes on Knowhere.

79. Almost all of the voices of the Sakaarans were done by James Gunn and Assistant Director Simon Hatt.

80. In the space prison, it says in Rocket's description: "Warning: Tendency to bite."

81. In the space prison, Peter Quill's description mentions: "A.K.A.: Space Lord." This is a reference to the running gag that no one seems to remembers Quill's outlaw name, Star-Lord, throughout the film.

82. Rocket Raccoon (Bradley Cooper) makes fun of Quill's knapsack, calling it a purse. In The Hangover (2009), Cooper (Phil) makes fun of Alan's satchel, calling it a purse.

83. While devising a plan to stop Ronan, Quill says he has "twelve percent of a plan", the same percentage of credit Tony Stark gives Pepper for the planning of Stark Tower in The Avengers (2012).

84. Joel Edgerton, Eddie Redmayne, Jensen Ackles, Lee Pace, Wes Bentley, Jack Huston, Cam Gigandet, Sullivan Stapleton, Logan Marshall-Green, Garrett Hedlund, Chris Lowell, James Marsden, Jim Sturgess, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Aaron Paul, Michael Rosenbaum, Glenn Howerton, and John Krasinski auditioned and screentested for the role of Peter Quill (Star-Lord).

85. "Guardians of the Galaxy" was first published in January 1969 with a different team. The team in the film is also composed of characters who existed in Marvel Comics prior to Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977): -Star-Lord appeared in Marvel Preview #4 (January, 1976). -Rocket Raccoon appeared in Marvel Preview #7 (Summer, 1976). -Gamora appeared in Strange Tales #180 (June, 1975). -Drax the Destroyer appeared in Iron Man #55 (February, 1973). -Groot appeared in Tales to Astonish #13 (November, 1960).

86. According to James Gunn, Ronan's ship, the Dark Aster, is designed after a mausoleum: "It's minimal and brutal, a stark gray colorless world devoid of any set dressing whatsoever, and relying purely on its heavy concrete-like architecture to convey its tone and function."

87. When the Collector is showing the Guardians the history of the Infinity Stone, Groot puts his fingers through a hologram of the Tesseract (also an Infinity Stone).

88. This story of how Drax has trouble with language really struck a chord with an autistic child. Dave Bautista re-posted the story on his Facebook page, commenting, "I have to say this is pretty awesome and unexpected."

89. Adam Sandler, David Tennant, Sharlto Copley, Jim Carrey, and H. Jon Benjamin were considered to voice Rocket Raccoon.

90. The film was nominated for two Academy Awards at the 87th Academy Awards, Best Make-up Achievement and Achievement in Visual Effects, but lost out to The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) and Interstellar (2014).

91. The film sets up the third phase in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, particularly Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and Avengers: Endgame (2019).

92. James Gunn has stated, on his Facebook page, that unlike most films, Tyler Bates would write some of the score in advance, so Gunn could film to the music.

93. Was the highest grossing film of summer 2014 at the North American box-office, becoming the first August release to top the summer box-office since ticket sales were regularly tabulated in the mid-1970s.

94. As of August 2014, this movie holds the record for being the widest August release in over four thousand eighty theaters, breaking the previous record holder, which was G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009) with four thousand seven theaters.

95. Bradley Cooper (Rocket) and Zoe Saldana (Gamora) starred as a couple in the romance film The Words (2012), and were in an off-screen relationship until shortly before production of this film started.

96. The first non-Avengers Marvel property developed by Walt Disney Pictures.

97. Olivia Wilde turned down the role of Gamora, while Gina Carano, Rachel Nichols, and Adrianne Palicki auditioned.

98. When Rocket asks Quill for the prisoner's prosthetic leg, you can hear him (Rocket) giggle a bit.

99. Jason Momoa auditioned for the role of Drax the Destroyer, but reportedly turned down the role, because he didn't want to be pigeonholed as a brute by the audience (having played several action roles) and to free himself up to direct Road to Paloma (2014). Kevin Feige and James Gunn have since gone on record to confirm that the only actor ever offered the role was Dave Bautista.

100. James Gunn once joked about how George Lucas heavily edited the original Star Wars trilogy for re-releases. After the release of this film, Gunn admitted he would like to go back to re-edit several scenes like Lucas.

101. Before being cast as Yondu, Michael Rooker expressed interest in playing Rocket Raccoon, and there was a large fan petition trying to make it happen.

102. This film is the first Marvel Cinematic Universe film to not have a kissing scene (Quill and Gamora almost kissed at Knowhere before Gamora withdrew at the last moment).

103. The seven-pointed flame emblem the Ravagers have on their clothes was originally the emblem of the original seven members of the 2008 "Guardians of the Galaxy" Marvel comic, upon which this film is based.

104. Before the final "big battle" scene, the Guardians are all together in a circle and one-by-one they stand up and verbally commit to join Quill's mission. When Rocket stands up, he distinctly performs what is known in the Star Trek universe as the "Picard Maneuver". He stands up and with both hands (or paws) tugs the bottom of his uniform top, presumably to ensure a nice crisp fit. It is unknown if this was an intentional nod to the Trekkers in the viewing audience, but most Picard fans likely caught this in the movie.

105. This film identifies the Collector's Assistant (Ophelia Lovibond) as Carina. In the comics, the Collector's daughter was named Carina Walters.

106. Peyton Reed was considered to direct this film. He was later chosen to direct Ant-Man (2015) another Marvel Cinematic Universe film.

107. London's Millennium Bridge can be seen during the the Battle of Xandar.

108. The Badoon (recurring enemies of the Guardians in the comics) couldn't be used, since their rights belong to 20th Century Fox's Fantastic Four franchise, even though supplementary material has established their existence in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Sakaarans were used to fill the gap.

109. The Nova Corps world, Xandar, is based mainly on the designs of modern Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.

110. According to Producer Victoria Alonso, Rocket Raccoon and Groot were created through a mix of motion-capture, and rotomation visual effects.

112. The character of The Other, as voiced by Alexis Denisof, first appeared in The Avengers (2012). He was the one who gave Loki the staff that contains the Infinity Mind Stone (confirmed in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)). He also appeared in the post-credits scene introducing Thanos.

113. Thanos' cameo in the end credits of The Avengers (2012) and The Collector's cameo in Thor: The Dark World (2013) set the stage for this movie.

114. It's been confirmed that unlike in the comics, Jason of Spartax is not Peter Quill's father in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

115. In the comics, Peter Quill has often been the significant other of "X-Men" heroine Kitty Pryde (Shadowcat).

116. In the comic books, Peter Quill's father is J'Son (Jason of Spartax), Emperor of the Spartoi Empire.

117. According to James Gunn, the stinger at the end of Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) with Baron Von Strucker and the twins was originally the stinger for this film, but the scene ended up being used for Winter Soldier instead.

118. In the beginning of the movie, the Missouri flag is seen on the nurses' desk next to where Peter Quill is sitting. James Gunn was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri.

119. The first film of 2014 to cross the three hundred million dollar mark in the U.S.

120. The film was released twenty-eight years to the day after Howard the Duck (1986). The title character appears in the post-credits sequence.

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Just so everyone is given fair warning and a chance at the last card I'm telling everyone now that I'll post the question for Pavelski at 12:10AM.
TOTY Joe Pavelski
Q: During a pivotal scene in the film Donnie Darko, the main character Donnie, breaks the 4th wall by muttering a phrase very important in filmmaking. What is the phrase and what does it mean?
A: Deus Ex Machina, a plot-making device that allows for an unsolvable problem to be abruptly solved. In this instance the car that hits Gretchen and kills her allows Donnie to move forward with his death.
W: mintyfresh21
Final Thoughts
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2014.09.23 01:25 BusinessCat88 PRESEASON GAME THREAD - Colorado Avalanche @ Anaheim Ducks - 9/22/14 - Split Squad

GAME DAY: Sunday 9/22/2014
Honda Center - Anaheim, CA, USA
Avalanche (0-0-0) @ Ducks (0-0-0)
Live Game Stats
Goals 1 2 3 OT Final SOG 1 2 3 OT Final
0 0 0 - 0 13 8 5 - 26
2 1 1 - 4 11 9 4 - 24
Scoring Summary
Team Scorer Assists Time Situation -
First Period - - - - -
D. Heatley R. Getzlaf 0:48 Even Strength 0-1
R. Rakell Unassisted 5:52 Even Strength 0-2
B. Lovejoy N. Thompson, T. Jackman 12:04 Even Strength 0-3
B. Bell R. Getzlaf, B. Lovejoy 3:18 Even Strength 0-4
Time 7:00 PT - 8:00 MT - 9:00 CT - 10:00 ET - 11:00 AT
Ducks Streams No Streams
Avalanche Streams No Streams
Listen Ducks Radio
NHL Links Game Notes
Goalie Situation
Num Name W L SO SV%
20 Reto Berra 0 0 0 1.000
34 Roman Will 0 0 0 1.000
31 Frederik Andersen 0 0 0 1.000
36 John Gibson 0 0 0 1.000
Injury Report
Player Injury
Kyle Palmieri Sprained Ankle
Shea Theodore Right Elbow Sprain
Projected Lineups
Left Center Right Left Center Right
McLeod, Cody Street, Ben Rendulic, Boma Heatley, Dany Getzlaf, Ryan Perry, Corey
Schumacher, Michael Bourke, Troy Winchester, Jesse (Center) Etem, Emerson Thompson, Nate Rakell, Rickard
Carey, Paul (Center) Cliche, Marc-Andre Meurs, Garrett (Center) Beleskey, Matt Steckel, David Jackman, Tim
Smith, Colin (Center) Henley, Samuel Sgarbossa, Michael (Center) Kerdiles, Nicolas Wagner, Chris Ritchie, Nick (LW)
- - - Kurtz, John Sarault, Charlie Cramarossa, Joseph (C/LW)
Left D Right D Left D Right D
Holden, Nick Stollery, Karl Fowler, Cam Lovejoy, Ben
Guenin, Nate Gervais, Bruno Beauchemin, Francois Lindholm, Hampus
Wilson, Ryan Elliot, Stefan Manson, Josh Bell, Brandon
Maggio, Daniel - O'Brien, Andrew -
Goaltenders Goaltenders
Berra, Reto Andersen, Frederik
Will, Roman Gibson, John
These line combinations aren't guaranteed to be correct.

Lets have a good discussion and a good game. Good luck to both teams!
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2014.09.22 19:09 BusinessCat88 Avs @ Ducks IT'S HAPPENING!

GAME DAY: Sunday 04/13/2014
Honda Center - Anaheim, CA, USA
Avalanche (0-0-0) @ Ducks (0-0-0)
Live Game Stats
Goals 1 2 3 OT Final SOG 1 2 3 OT Final
- - - - 0 - - - - 0
- - - - 0 - - - - 0
Scoring Summary
Team Scorer Assists Time Situation -
First Period - - - - - -
Penalty Summary
Team Player Infraction Time
First Period - - - -
Time 7:00 PT - 8:00 MT - 9:00 CT - 10:00 ET - 11:00 AT
Ducks Streams No Streams
Avalanche Streams No Streams
Listen Ducks Radio
NHL Links Game Notes
Goalie Situation
Num Name W L SO SV%
20 Reto Berra 0 0 0 1.000
34 Roman Will 0 0 0 1.000
31 Frederik Andersen 0 0 0 1.000
36 John Gibson 0 0 0 1.000
Injury Report
Player Injury
Kyle Palmieri Sprained Ankle
Shea Theodore Right Elbow Sprain
Projected Lineups
Left Center Right Left Center Right
McLeod, Cody Street, Ben Rendulic, Boma Heatley, Dany Getzlaf, Ryan Perry, Corey
Schumacher, Michael Bourke, Troy Winchester, Jesse (Center) Etem, Emerson Thompson, Nate Rakell, Rickard
Carey, Paul (Center) Cliche, Marc-Andre Meurs, Garrett (Center) Beleskey, Matt Steckel, David Jackman, Tim
Smith, Colin (Center) Henley, Samuel Sgarbossa, Michael (Center) Kerdiles, Nicolas Wagner, Chris Ritchie, Nick (LW)
- - - Kurtz, John Sarault, Charlie Cramarossa, Joseph (C/LW)
Left D Right D Left D Right D
Holden, Nick Stollery, Karl Fowler, Cam Lovejoy, Ben
Guenin, Nate Gervais, Bruno Beauchemin, Francois Lindholm, Hampus
Wilson, Ryan Elliot, Stefan Manson, Josh Bell, Brandon
Maggio, Daniel - O'Brien, Andrew -
Goaltenders Goaltenders
Berra, Reto Andersen, Frederik
Will, Roman Gibson, John
These line combinations aren't guaranteed to be correct.

Lets have a good discussion and a good game. Good luck to both teams!
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2013.09.21 00:56 ibcfreak Game Thread: Preseason Game 2 ~ Ducks @ Sharks ~ 730pm

Ducks (2-1-0) @ Sharks (1-0-0)
10:30 PM Eastern
9:30 PM Central
8:30 PM Mountain
7:30 PM Pacific
Location: SAP Canter, San Jose, California
Game Not Broadcast.
Chat: #reddit-hockey on Freenode
Projected Lineups
12 LW Patrick Marleau 13 LW Raffi Torres 19 C Joe Thornton 22 D Dan Boyle 37 RW Adam Burish 38 LW Bracken Kearns 39 C Logan Couture 42 RW Matt Pelech 44 D Marc-Edouard Vlasic 48 C Tomas Hertl 52 D Matt Irwin 54 D Nick Petrecki 61 D Justin Braun 72 C Rylan Schwartz 76 RW Eriah Hayes 77 D Taylor Doherty 81 RW Tyler Kennedy 83 LW Matt Nieto 88 RW Brent Burns 94 D Adam Comrie 31 G Antti Niemi (expected to start) 35 G Harri Sateri DUCKS
4 D Cam Fowler 6 D Ben Lovejoy 7 C Andrew Cogliano 10 RW Corey Perry 13 C Nick Bonino 15 C Ryan Getzlaf 21 RW Kyle Palmieri 25 RW Brad Staubitz 33 LW Jakob Silfverberg 34 LW Daniel Winnik 40 D Nolan Yonkman 41 LW John Kurtz 43 D Garnet Exelby 45 D Sami Vatanen 53 D Shea Theodore 55 D Bryan Allen 62 LW Patrick Maroon 65 RW Emerson Etem 67 RW Rickard Rakell 77 RW Devante Smith-Pelly 30 G Viktor Fasth 72 G Igor Bobkov FINAL SCORE 2-3 OT Loss
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