DocEmrick wrote:Up late columbia?
That's what happens when you sleep though most of the Super Bowl.
darkstar57 wrote:i can honestly say, Ovie doesn't scare me anymore. When he played the pens i would hold my breath every time he had the puck because he absolutely killed us. Now if he gets a point i am a little shocked. Whatever the reason be for his drop off system/coaches/roids.etc. That holy pizza factor is gone from his game.
To be honest i am disappoint because as a hockey fan, he was fun to watch, he could do anything he wanted with the puck. You have to wonder if he goes through this season and next season with low production, do you buy him out. 10 mil a year for a player putting up 5 mil a year numbers is a tough pill to swallow
CERV96 wrote:Over the past 3 seasons I am actually starting to agree with Doc on this whole roids thing. Ovie has been non-existant since the whole Caps/doctor thing.
Digitalgypsy66 wrote:I wasn't able to watch the game, other than about 30 seconds late in the second period (Verizon customers with 4GLTE phones get NBC games for free on GameCenter!), but Oates had a quote at the end of the game along the lines of "We played pretty well today. The Pens only scored on what we gave them." Is this delusional? From what I've read, there was a push late in the game from the Caps...but is his statement accurate?
mikey287 wrote:Not sure if it mentioned elsewhere...but Kunitz was re-credited with that goal that was given to Martin. They've changed it back to Kunitz from Martin and Crosby. So that's a 4-goal game for Kunitz, the first by a Penguin since Jagr over a dozen years ago...