Posted 26 November 2010 - 03:48 PM
Really glad I skipped out on the 3rd based on these last few posts.
What I'm really starting to learn is that when you're emotionally invested in a team which is just not very good, there comes a point when you have to take a step away. It's not about being less of a fan or not having faith but it's just something you have to do because the stress and disappointment is just not worth it. It's not worth getting miserable over and that is the single thing this Devils team is good at doing. Imagine the feeling of passing out and banging your head and then having to sit through two thirds of this garbage. I don't feel well and this was officially my breaking point.
Call it waiving the white flag, whatever, I really see no point of having any feelings of optimism in regards to this sorry bunch. Aside from the good vibes you get from Tedenby this team is a bunch of overpaid, uninspired underachievers. I joked around that we would be the losers to end the the Islanders skid but held out hope they would avoid that dubious distinction. Sure enough they even got shut out!
From management all the way down to that sad sack of sh!t of a defenseman Magnan, this team is lousy. Plain and simple. And to be honest, if they somehow by the grace of God find a way to beat Philly, I'm going to be even more sick from this game.
Edited by Sickman, 26 November 2010 - 03:53 PM.
New Jersey Devils - Three Time Stanley Cup Champions 1995 - 2000 - 2003
" 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 and 1!! And the oldest trophy competed for in North America, LORD STANLEY'S CUP, has made it's way through the Lincoln Tunnel! To the Meadowlands! To the Garden State! THE NEW JERSEY DEVILS ARE THE 1995 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS!!!!!!!!" Mike Miller, June 24th, 1995
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