Pitts wrote:The Crosby line was INSANE last night. Several times they had the Jets simply scratching their heads wondering what to do. They were far too fast for them to handle.
Geno and Neal were the same -- tooooo fast for the game! Morrow needs to get up to speed (or be replaced by Iginla)
Murray has a canon!
Despres looks good as usual.
Pavel Bure wrote:PK at 82% over the streak. 32/39 penalties killed.
brwi wrote:for people who want to insert Morrow or Iggy on that line...think again. It takes wingers who can really skate and are in constant motion to play with a center like Sid. Kunitz and Dupuis can do that and have the cardio to do it all game, every night. There's a lot of NHL players who can't and why break up a line that is simply killing it right now?
Henry Hank wrote:Pavel Bure wrote:PK at 82% over the streak. 32/39 penalties killed.
I'm not really understanding tracking this. 82% isn't good, it's actually right about at the middle of the league. It's also only slightly better than they've been over the whole season. I think the PK in the last few games has looked encouraging, though.
relantel wrote:The streak has seen a marked improvement in goals against. They were at 3.0 GAPG at one point early in the streak, and have fallen to 2.4 GAPG.
Pittsburgh Penguins @penguins 1h Prior to yesterday, only once had #Pens completed back-to-back shutouts. First: Game 1-> Wregget & Barrasso Game 2-> Barrasso. 2/8 & 2/10/93
DelPen wrote:So in reality streak is still at 10 in my book, I'm not counting what would have been a tie vs the Leafs
relantel wrote:DelPen wrote:So in reality streak is still at 10 in my book, I'm not counting what would have been a tie vs the Leafs
Yeah, to truly compare to the 17 gamer - but the Isles fans always complained that streak had the benefit of overtime. The play since that Toronto game has been lights out though.
AND... nice to take a first period lead, and build on it so as to leave little doubt. A break from the 1 goal games.
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