Scott wrote:I would rather see both of them take chances and learn from mistakes..rather than holding their breathe out there till the shift is over. In a lost season, they need to be opening eyes with great plays so they can build on that. Pinch, go coast to coast, step up and crunch the puck carrier in open ice. Sure the mistake will come at times from doing that, but this is the time to do that.
They both have potential but they should be playing to devolo their game this lost season rather than hoping not to get their B.S. wrath of the head coach.
As far as Recchi goes he is setting examples of how not to play the system every shift. He doesnt care about the team, he doesntt care about not turning the puck over when there is a chance for him to pad some career statistics. Good for him, personnally I hope he becomes a Hall of Famer because few players have accomplished so much with so little talent. He just isnt a leader and if the team is suppose to grow as a team then they need guys who can bring them together and try and get behind the coach even if they dont like him.
I take back everything good I ever said about Orpik. Whitney is another wasted pick too. This team cant move soon enough. Orpik is a ****** or something, he just has that gimpy eye look and its a different player shift by shift. He could have been the next Scott Stevens but instead he is just alittle *****. Whitney is also borderline retarded. He uses a stick that is an inch and 1/2 too long for him and he is too stupid to realize it. He plays like Gonchar is his role model. Dear Lord I swear to God I can't wait until Patrick and everybody in his staff save Steve Latin is terminated.