Posted 25 February 2012 - 08:36 AM
Total bunch of garbage excuses. Played at home against a tired Canucks team coming off a tough OT win against the Wings. I can say okay if we lose against a rested Canucks team, but C'mon, we played a tired Canucks team and proved we still aren't ready.
This loss is all PDB's fault. Putting your number 1 goalie in net versus a team that's not in the conference is stupid. Win or lose Moose should have played. Based on his history, the last thing we need is Marty to get exhausted entering the playoffs. This is the typical mistake a coach who's never been the bench boss of a winning NHL team would make.
At least the idiotic posts like these were kept to a minimum last night. All I'm going to say about your stupid goalie comment is that, had the Devils won, you don't say jack sh!t about who started in goal last night.
Devil are 23-9-3 in their last 35, and did a hell of a lot right last night, even though they lost, but nope, that's not good enough for you...I'm sure if a coaching genius like you was behind the bench, the Devils win that game easily. Cause you seem to have it all figured out.
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Even when Marty comes back maybe Larry should put Clemmensen to be on the goal during the shootouts.
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