slappybrown wrote:Am I the only who thinks that this series has turned on a few wayward bounces and unfortunate errors?
bhaw wrote:Abe Frohman wrote:Bathgate wrote:rgj wrote:canaan wrote:If this team played with 80% of the energy giroux has, they'd have this game in the bag. The dude is always on the ice and is always skating hard
I am impressed with Giroux and his intensity. He's the MVP of this series. The Pens used to have players with that intensity.
Is this the passing of a torch regarding the best player in the game?
Is Crosby going to play more than 13 games next year? The following year? Ever???
Will Malkin be able to stay healthy?? Will he become a Russian headcase???
Where in the HELL did this Giroux guy come from...drafted in 2006, when the Pens (ALREADY stacked at center and deficient on the wing) drafted 2nd overall? Whom did they select with that #2 pick...then relegate to the 3rd line???
Do Caps fans do the same lamenting over picking AO instead of Malkin now? Almost serious question right now...
largegarlic wrote:I think the Bruins or the Rangers would beat the Flyers (teams that actually play defense and get good goaltending). However, if neither of those teams makes it through the 1st round (at least we aren't the 1st seed on the verge of losing to Ottawa ?!), I have a feeling the Flyers are going to the Cup finals. It will be up to Nashville or St. Louis to stop them there.
browniefan wrote:That was so persuasive how Giroux talked the refs out of that goal. He's so persuasive. The league's best debater.
eww7633 wrote:pens#1 wrote:i wonder how Sttal feels about not being out there on the PP when the Pens have 6 skaters
Yeah, pretty insulting.
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