Sens vs. Rangers
Riprock wrote:And that has stopped teams from doing that in the past?
rooneypoo wrote:Riprock wrote:And that has stopped teams from doing that in the past?
Silfverberg will for sure get a chance in the event of injury, or if we get desperate. No question. He may well play if we end up in either situation. But to suggest that he's 'ahead on the depth chart' of current NHLers who got us to this point, is downright laughable -- that's my only point here.
Big Ev wrote:Hey guys, the Yes We Can avatars don't work anymore
SpezDispenser wrote:I assume Gilroy doesn't see any more ice time as a Sen unless we tank bad and feel a little shakeup is in order.
Agreed.Hoags wrote:SpezDispenser wrote:I assume Gilroy doesn't see any more ice time as a Sen unless we tank bad and feel a little shakeup is in order.
He played well in the last game against NJ, the goal was lucky but that was his best game in the uniform IMHO.
Big Ev wrote:best news: no Dean Brown! Diddle yeah!
shabbs wrote:The keys to the Sens winning the series are going to be the same things that got them to the playoffs... staying healthy, solid goaltending by Anderson, Spezza stepping up and being the man, Alfie, Michalek and Turris chipping in and providing a balanced scoring effort, a successful PP, avoiding the PK and a stable set of D-men that clear the crap in front of Anderson and give him good looks at the puck.
They're going to be in tough up against the Rags and Lundqvist. Hopefully the Rangers bonk a bit. Torts will do his best to take the pressure off the players by putting it all on him.
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