Posted 14 October 2013 - 10:07 AM
Funny in the past id bash certain things or point out obvious flaws about the team (simply cause it was true not cause i like bashing my own team or whine) and id get call out by the kool aid drinkers here.
And now those same people are saying the same things i was saying lol Lou needs to make a new batch
It was more because you wouldn't STFU about Parise, and the same simplistic arguments you were beating into the ground on multiple threads.
I think most Devils fans were going into the season with an open mind, to see how it was going to work with the new players. This was a real wild card team going in.
If there's any positives to draw on (and I'll admit it's not easy to do):
They're not getting destroyed in these games...not on the scoreboard, anyway...but the two-steps-slower crap is getting hard to take for sure. It may have been 1-0 for 59 mins or so last night, but it felt like 3-0.
I'm guessing Schneider will start getting the bulk of the starts sooner than later...right now, the guy who stops pucks the best should be getting the majority of the time in net. That's Schneider.
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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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