Thread: Speculation: Goodbye Weiss
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02-26-2013, 10:21 AM
adam graves
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Originally Posted by Laus723 View Post
Lmao, so much whining and misinformation leading to looking at everything through frustrated eyes.

Suddenly it's Dineen's fault Weiss has been playing like absolute garbage? Guess it was Budreau's fault that OV was, and still is, playing like crap compared to his other years?

What exactly should he be doing about Weiss? The team had been decimated by injuries, there wasnt much he could do.

To attribute last season to different guys coming together is BS. Look at Minnesota, the Rangees every year, just teams coming together means nothing. It takes a lot to get them to play as a team. I'm not saying Dineen is the answer behind the bench, but there's been a lot that's gone wrong this season. Te injuries alone have hurt hugely. 'Great teams play trough injuries.' We're not a great ****ing team. Period. We for have the players that Ottawa does. Any team on our level would struggle with their whole first line out.

This is a lockout shortened season. As in the other sports, there's a lot of odd things happening. We're all pissed off, but to just put it all on Dineen or even Weiss is rubbish.

I don't want the answer is, but this all frustratin talking.
Excellent points.

Last year and this year we are a bubble team. We were on the right side last yr where things went right...good coaching, good playing good goaltending.

This yr is the opposite. What can go wrong has. Some players (weiss versteeg Goc, bergenheim) were not ready from day one. the downgrade from garrison to kuba has been glaring. And the aging goaltending that performed admirably last was just not ready and not at last yrs peak. Thus, we suck.

Back to the point of the thread. Grandma, injuries, the dog ate his homework, whatever...he has been horrific this year.

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