This isn't really fair. For one, Schneider got hurt. For another, Marty got hot, and I thought the Devils were right to ride him out. That delayed Schneider grabbing the #1 job, through no real fault of his own.
Now, it looks like he's going to. Not sure how you get down on him about yesterday, unless you want to pick on him about the shootout (not the route I'm going).
The numbers are there: 1.81 GAA, .925 save%. He's gotten some lousy goal support.
you misread, I'm down on him today because we/he weren't able to hold the lead for 1:06.....
I'm bummed in general because events like last night that "may" have some (even me at times !) thinking that he's not yet ready for # 1, so that is why I included him recent numbers to show how sometimes perception & reality are different.
Although I did literally LOL last night when he tried in Brodeurian-fashion to make an outlet pass...only have his stick come up way over his head all while twirling during his follow-through !