Rangers in the market for an assistant coach(PP)
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08-18-2010, 09:30 AM
with the 10th pick..
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might not be a bad option occasionally--say when we're playing Boston (Chara) or the Flyers (Pronger). Big enough, strong enough, mean enough to keep those guys occupied in front of the net instead of doing what they normally do-covering tons of ground and beating up on whoever they run into. And I'm sure most goalies wouldn't be too happy having such a huge body in front of them. I wouldn't expect him to score too many goals though but it would certainly give us a different look.
im in shock.... i cannot believe someone would actually say what you said.
listen, boogaard is perhaps the least talented hockey player in the league. he has hands of granite. and a head thats similar. the guy is not an nhl hockey player.
i do not want him on the roster at all but i certainly do not want him anywhere near our powerplay.
playing the pp requires :
skill- he doesnt have any.
skating- he cant.
hands- see skill.
and one more thing, with this talentless hack on the pp, we would be 4 on 4 immediately as he is a minor penalty magnet and would certainly get called for something stupid like falling on the opposing goaltender.
having boogaard on our pp would be an embarrassment and more than i could stomach.
and with torts the clown running the pp, i expect it will indeed happen
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