||[Jan. 16th, 2006|09:12 am]
We Love Goalies With Mustard Yellow Pads
Anyone else worried that the team is relying on poor Fleur and that he's going to die of exhaustion?|
Or is it just me?
no they need to give Fleury a break. him might not die of exhaustion but he might pass out
i feel the same. hope he's feeling okay tonight and in the future.
It looks like what birdinflight said in the penguins community is coming to pass. They are going to use him too much and he is going to be too tired in the stretch.
I know we can't get anyone for Thibault, but someone out there has to want Caron, right?
I remember that thread, come to think of it. I've said it before- that community *always* knows what's gonna go down.
I like Caron, but not the way he plays. I think we ought to trade players before the rest of the world realizes that they're not fantastic. Like Caron, and maybe even Palffy, LeClair, etc. It's too late for Thibault and Gonchar. Everyone and their brother knows they're done for. Malone'll prolly get traded when he finishes this little scoring streak he's been on.
My only fear is that Craig Patrick might trade some of our rookies, which would suck because I really think we're starting the basis for a Stanley Cup team. Kind of like back with Mario. But maybe I'm reading into things too much and rambling because I'm panicked about midterms this week...?
I don't think Patrick will trade the rookies, well maybe one or two only because we cannot count on the veterans at all lately. If he wants to build a strong team, he needs to keep the younger blood.
I do not think you are reading too much into it at all. Think back to your own words, this community see things long before the organization does at time.
Good luck with those midterms. I can honestly say I do not miss them one bit.
"I really think we're starting the basis for a Stanley Cup team. Kind of like back with Mario."
And I've really got to agree with you. Leave the young boys...and other than liking them so much, I can really see some bonds forming.
People improve every year. Every year. I'm better at softball this year than I was last year and I'll be better 2 years from now. Leave the young'ns to us.