Patience after game one
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10-10-2003, 03:35 PM
Join Date: Mar 2002
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Maybe were talking about a different game. Last night Perreault sucked. He couldn't contain or keep up with the play in his own end. What did that cost us, one goal in close cause Perreault was waiving his stick at him,
Does 0 pts and -2 sound like he didn't have a lazy patheic attempt yet again. Add that he couldn't win many faceoffs, and you got nothing from Perreault.
I can give credit to any player that plays good, and Perreault wasn't it.
Your comments show that your biased against Perreault... On the first goal where Perreault was on the ice, he was checking tightly and vigorously his man in the slot (doing his defense job). On the second goal where he was on the ice, he was the forward skating as hard as he could to cut the 2-1 and catch up with Ottawa's forward.
In other words, the two goals were absolutely not his fault and on both goals Perreault was working hard and giving it all. Don't believe me? Go look the highlights of the game...
Ribeiro, Juneau, Bulis, Zednik, Koivu, Audette are all bad in the defensive zone and all have a hard time containing their man. Juneau clearly blew his cover on the goal scored when he was on the ice (even strenght), yet you're pounding on Perreault. If that isn't bias, what is it?
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