cojac wrote:First off, the Gonchar injury happened right in front of me. David Koci took a huge run at Gonchar and crushed him shoulder first into the boards. He left the ice with what looked to be a left arm/shoulder injury. Eric Godard went after Koci and beat his ass up the next time Koci was out on the ice. Godard opened up a cut above Koci right eye and was a clear cut winner of the fight.
The top 2 lines were very good, both looked to have pretty good chemistry and will score at will this year.
MAF was ok at best, got beat over the shoulders twice, and looked real bad on the 2 shoot out attempts.
Stone hit, fought and played a solid game.
Gologoski is the real deal, he's NHL ready now.
Ben Lovejoy looked solid, and had good puck skills.
Pesonen will be in the NHL this year, he will tear up the AHL.
Orpik was hitting everyone, including Stamkos numerous times.
PS. Kerry Fraser was in mid-season form, just horrible.
Anthem singer Sarah Marince is hotter this year
relantel wrote:from the video highlights, how did Koci not get a boarding call on that hit?
bhaw wrote:relantel wrote:from the video highlights, how did Koci not get a boarding call on that hit?
It wasn't boarding. It was a legal hit. Totally unnecessary in preseason, but he's a fringe player so will do stuff like that. Sarge was actually a bit lazy to not prepare himself for the shot.
bhaw wrote:What? I just watched it again to see if I missed something. The only numbers Koci may have hit were the numbers on Gonchar's shoulder. He finished his check. He didn't hit him in the back at all and actually made an effort to make sure he didn't
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