tim1_2 wrote:There's zero point arguing/debating/whatever with W.P. Rager. He's dead-set on focussing on the negatives and placing blame where it doesn't belong.
I certainly agree that our D needs to be better, but I think we've been saying this for years. We're a young team and are just going to be inconsistent, and that's that. Hopefully, we eventually make a move or two to bolster the young lineup, but there's no rush on that front since the team is collecting points.
Well that's a stinking pile of bullsh*t right there. I pointed out who played well (Andy, Ryan, Zibanejad, etc.) but being outshot in the third period and OT by a team that was playing its second game in two nights is troubling. It's no secret that the Sens are struggling at home and it has nothing to do with talent. They simply don't seem to bring the same level of urgency to their play. No idea why, but it is troubling.
It's great that we got a W but with a 2-0 lead on a tired team we should have run away with it.
I know why - our fans are crap and the building is dead most nights.
So why does it not affect the other team?
they're on the road?
So why dos the rowdy crowd an away games affect the Sens positively but our quiet crowds don't affect visiting teams negatively?
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