Holy hell you should be a lawyer, you spin everything in your direction. Not even worth replying back to you anymore unless its strictly hockey related.
Last thing I'll say about this is go read over your posts, maybe you will notice why I and I know for a fact others feel the same way. You put down many users, ideas, or threads and then get defensive when called out upon it. It's annoying and hypocritical. That's the last I will say on that.
I was lucky enough to have club seats tonight and I talked to him a few times and even got a picture with him. I told him it won't be the same without him and that really struck a cord with him and he hesitated to respond to me and he just put his hand on my shoulder and said he really appreciated it and said he is nothing without the fans. I will miss the guy very much, he is always great to listen to and an even better person.
First time I actually met Chico was before game 1 against the Kings. My friend and I literally bumped into him on the corner outside of the arena and of course good ole Chico was munching on a hotdog while talking to all the fans saying he's hasn't been so excited in years. He really is a great man.
Maybe some people think there is actually something wrong with it? Should they be silenced?
I never said people should not express their opinion, I do not care how someone feels. But whatever your opinion is it should be made in an appropriate manner in a touchy topic like this or you will just look arrogant and childish. That's my only problem.
So I guess if the Devils acquired a Kovalchuk like player, there'd be skepticism that he'd be the guy? Why even bother acquiring 'franchise players'?
Schneider might only be an average goalie, and yes, there'll probably be a statue of Brodeur outside the Prudential Center in the future. Trouble is, there's been a statue of him in net for the better part of the last 3 years.