Getting To My Game wrote: malkinshair wrote: mariojr wrote:
Getting To My Game wrote:Amazing that people can even entertain the notion of going back to Fleury. Koun was mediocre, but still made the necessary saves to win, that's what good goalies do. We should go back to Fleury because Vokoun didn't look good enough while winning his 4th comsecutive start? Get real.
If you were criticizing MAF after games 2 and 3 last series, but not criticizing TV after this one, I'm thinking that you just don't like Fleury. TV looked worse in this game than Fleury did in any game but game 4 against the Isles. Vokoun is losing steam...and fast. If you go with him in game 3, he's got to have a short leash. He let in a horribly soft goal, a momentum sucking goal 40secs after we took a 2 goal lead, and a goal when he was 15 feet outside of his net. He also made 2 huge saves, but wasn't really challenged most of the night. If he's not going to be better than that, then he's not the answer for the Pens moving forward.
Losing steam and fast? He's given up 4 goals so far in this series, what the hell are you talking about? Also, Fleury gets criticized more quickly because he has a save percentage below .900 the past four years and is 1-3 in those series.
3 goals in this game...2 of which were 'bad', and the other was 40 seconds after Crosby's HT (momentum sucking). He was fumbling pucks right at him, and somehow lost the ability to play the puck behind the net...turning the puck over or putting his D in bad positions. He was excellent on the 2 big saves he made tonight, but he was outplayed by a 21 year old at the other end.
Again, if you were critical of MAF after 2 and 3 last series, how can you not be hard on TV tonight?