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05-15-2012, 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by hockeyball View Post
There are not likely to be any 'sure thing' goalies available. You either take a risk on a reclamation project (Mason) or you give the best goalie you have in the system a shot and see what he can do (Stalock/Sateri).

Sticking with Niemi is pointless, he's not a bad goalie, but he's no better than Greiss, and costs a LOT more. My bet is it will be Stalock, but you really don't have a lot to lose at this point.

Originally Posted by JayP812 View Post
Awful decision to keep McLellan. His system simply does not work against superior teams. Very often leaves huge holes and defense can't catch up. The PK is atrocious, and he used the same strategy all year. Stand around, no movement at all, passing lanes open, rely on Niemi to make the save and attempt to clear the rebound. Also uses too much dump and chase, he knows not many of his players can win puck battles, dumping it into the zone is often essentially a turnover. And the team his system worked worst against? The St. Louis Blues. What did he do to change it? Jack ****. That decision should have cost him his job, I hope this one costs DW his.
And this.

Having mclellan stay better mean some serious changes with the AC's and some forced changes and adaptation of the system. No more bullsh1t excuses from Tmac about players just needing to "execute".

Really upset about this.

If we don't get rid of Tmac, can we at least please give Stalock & Greiss the net? Please Please Please.

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