Thread: Post-Game Talk: 3 Stars and GBR: #59 vs. PIT
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02-21-2012, 08:44 PM
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Fataldogg
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When I see this game, I'd have no problem giving up Anisimov, Dubinsky, Erixon and a 1st for Nash. It is evident we lack the offensive prowess to make a deep run in the playoffs.

Our offense tonight was comical. The number of slow perimeter shots we registered was baffling. For one reason or another, Richards feels like it is a good move to take slow slap shots from the perimeter.

The play where Malkin, the best player in the NHL, walked in on a break away was laughable too.

Not jumping the gun, still think we're a good team, can't win them all, but we couldn't generate the chances needed to compete tonight. When you see a game like that you think "Wow, Rick Nash can certainly help in this department."

Lundqvist is the only player I'm voting for tonight.

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