Ev wrote:I don't agree with that. If they win the series they're better than the rangers. It's an even field and a new series now. We have home ice
PTFlea wrote:Ev wrote:I don't agree with that. If they win the series they're better than the rangers. It's an even field and a new series now. We have home ice
You know I hope you're right, but I don't see it right now. Unless Boucher can adjust, I don't see us out skilling, out hitting or outscoring that team.
I hope so, but they've really let the Rangers walk all over them and gain the most confidence possible.
Oglethorpe wrote:Series is far from over but more speed is neede. I'd add White and Wingles and sit Stone and Burrows.
tim1_2 wrote:There's nothing any one player is going to do, whether it's White or Neil, that is going to make a big difference at this point. We know we're capable of scoring, and as Ev said, we rarely stink it up three games in a row.
It was a a little flukey and uncharacteristic how we gave up all those odd-man rushes last night (a couple 2 on 1s, a breakaway, and a 2 on 0 in the first half of the game!!).
Scoring the first goal would be a good start. We've been good in afternoon games and on home ice for the most part, so that bodes well for Saturday.
Ev wrote:Wow I am sick of seeing some people jump off the wagon. If you know anything about this group, you know we won't lose a lot in a row.
PTFlea wrote:Boucher had to adapt too, they can't let NY have free reign like the last 2 games
tim1_2 wrote:PTFlea wrote:Boucher had to adapt too, they can't let NY have free reign like the last 2 games
True. Alain Vigneault obviously lit a fire under his team, because they looked totally different in games 3 and 4 than they did in 1 and 2. I have no doubt Boucher will say the right things and make whatever adjustments...and then it's up to the players to actually execute.
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