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12-20-2003, 05:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Habsolution
Theo can't be blamed for the first goal. Bouillon was the culprit there.

Theo can't be blamed for the 2nd one neither. He got bumped into and well ... ugly goal.

Last goal if Bouillon plays the man instead of uselessly putting his stick on the ice Theo's butterfly would have kept everything out. That being said Bouillon is not to blame for that fluke goal.

Theo kept us in the game during the first 7-8 minutes when we played sloppy defense. The score could have easily been one or two to nothing early. So he is not to blame either. Not a particularly great game from him but enough to win with a little more luck.

If you really want to find a culprit blame Dackell for missing that empty netter.
Actually, the last goal wasn't Bouillon's fault. The Leafs had an odd-man rush due to a bad line change. Gratton got on the ice late and couldn't catch up to Sundin, as Renberg was Bouillon's man off the rush.

I wonder who's responsible for the botched line change with 30 seconds left in the game. It might be Julien, it might be Gratton or Juneau, or might be just plain bad luck.

I think it was just bad luck.

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