View Single Post
03-18-2013, 02:28 PM
Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: Food 'N Stuff
Country: United States
Posts: 8,769
vCash: 500
Originally Posted by jml87 View Post
All people are arguing is that we wouldn't be in last place. Bernier has been a big help this year which helped us to be up there in a playoff position but without him the worst the Kings would be is just slightly out of the race. Even if it was a different back up and more games for Quick, I still don't see that being 0-6.

If you want to say that the Kings wouldn't be in a playoff spot without Bernier, that makes sense and I agree. But they would not be in last place. If the offense was the way it was in last year's regular season, no doubt they would be in last place. But Bernier isn't the player propping up the whole team, keeping them from being in the basement.
Have you not read anything I wrote?

Let me repeat it again for you here:

Without the 12 points from Bernier's 6 wins, the Kings would be in last place.

Are you going to argue that? It's simple math.

I'm not taking into account the possibility of a different backup goalie playing those games and getting six wins, or Quick's back magically healing.

All I am saying is that 12 points less puts the Kings at 20 points, 4 pts behind Colorado for last place. You can't argue that.

RonSwanson* is offline   Reply With Quote