PGDT #5, Bruins @ Sens @, April 21, 7:30PM

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    Re: PGDT #5, Bruins @ Sens @, April 21, 7:30PM

    Post by Ev on Sat Apr 22, 2017 3:09 pm

    tim1_2 wrote:
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    Ev wrote:Loss is on Andy for that terrible wraparound. He'll bounce back next game

    Classic. Maybe score a goal on one of the many PPs?

    Anyway, they just gotta play with a bit more intensity next game and it should be fine. Krejci is on one leg, their D is a mess, and we play well in Boston.

    It's fact. Outshot the bruins agin. Rask was better than Anderson

    All I'm saying is that there is more blame to place than just on Andy. 0 for 5 on the PP. A crossbar. A missed open net. A breakaway in OT not cashed in.

    Yes, Andy should've stopped that wraparound chance, but when he gives up 2 goals into double OT, we also had plenty of chances to WIN it. Your tendency to blame every loss on Anderson is silly.

    Not blaming him on every loss, but if he was just a bit better we would be done the series right now. Sens should have swept them. We've been the better team every game.

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    Re: PGDT #5, Bruins @ Sens @, April 21, 7:30PM

    Post by wprager on Sat Apr 22, 2017 3:23 pm

    Don't forget the disallowed goal. Two in two games.

    But I wouldn't say Rask outplayed Andy. He had one fantastic save and a bunch of saves you expect him to make. Anderson made more of those types of saves.

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    Re: PGDT #5, Bruins @ Sens @, April 21, 7:30PM

    Post by Flo The Action on Sat Apr 22, 2017 6:41 pm

    Rask was very good but let's be honest here. What's more problematic here, andy's play or our PP? It's clearly the PP. they take way to long to execute or having players on their offside when they get set up. It was clearly not executed fast enough to be able to fool rask on its speed and it's not like many guys actually go disrupt the front of the net.
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    Re: PGDT #5, Bruins @ Sens @, April 21, 7:30PM

    Post by Ev on Sat Apr 22, 2017 7:40 pm

    Flo The Action wrote:Rask was very good but let's be honest here. What's more problematic here, andy's play or our PP? It's clearly the PP. they take way to long to execute or having players on their offside when they get set up. It was clearly not executed fast enough to be able to fool rask on its speed and it's not like many guys actually go disrupt the front of the net.

    The pp was great before yesterday's game. Especially on the road.
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    Re: PGDT #5, Bruins @ Sens @, April 21, 7:30PM

    Post by Flo The Action on Sun Apr 23, 2017 12:48 am

    Ev wrote:
    Flo The Action wrote:Rask was very good but let's be honest here. What's more problematic here, andy's play or our PP? It's clearly the PP. they take way to long to execute or having players on their offside when they get set up. It was clearly not executed fast enough to be able to fool rask on its speed and it's not like many guys actually go disrupt the front of the net.

    The pp was great before yesterday's game. Especially on the road.
    I wouldn't call it great, even before yesterday. They really don't pass fast enough and half the time they don't bother covering the net

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