2012-2013 Official BST Discussion Thread Part II
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11-28-2012, 01:43 AM
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Not really mentioned yet, but the boys had a another rough loss Saturday night - 6-1 to Binghampton. Judging from the highlights, the Sens got a number of odd-man breaks. Can't say Poulin looked particularly sharp on a few of those goals against.
Kind of looks like the Tigers really need Poulin or Nilsson to simply have a few outstanding games to right the ship. The team has given up 5, 7 and 6 goals against in the past three. Some of the goals against have been of the unfortunate variety, but a few most would classify as 'stoppable' have found their way in.
For those watching, has it just been a combination of bad breaks and a few bad player decisions along the way? Does it look like there may be some systematic deficiencies? Have these recent shaky nights also had their origin in the defensive group of Hamonic, Ness, Donovan, Wishart, McIver, Landry and Hill?
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