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You hear that WHOOSH during that Datsyukian move? I now realize it's skates but at first I thought it was caused by Datsyuk.
Dats is so fucking sick. He literally puts the puck right between Couture's skates and fucking leaves it there...and there isn't a thing in the world Couture could've done to take it off his stick. That's just dirty as hell.
It's in the details. Giroux is all about the quick, short cuts with the skates and stick-handling. Datsyuk's move on Vokoun is one smooth motion. His change in direction is purely momentum and shifting his body weight, which makes it so much sicker and impossible for a goalie to defend against...because for all intents and purposes, it's fucking magic.
You can watch the goal on Vokoun forever and not be able to tell the moment Datsyuk moves from going left to going right. Nothing changes. He just starts going right for no damn raisin. The goalie is looking the wrong way the whole time.
Giroux is awesome. Datsyuk is magic. He's magic on the level that of the Sedin's creepy ginger twins magic connection...he's got that in terms of puck handling.
Andy Strickland of True Hockey reports that goaltender Ryan Miller, who has trade protection built into his contract, has given the Buffalo Sabres a list of eight teams that he will not accept a trade to.
Miller has one year left on his current deal, with an annual cap hit of $6.25 million.