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08-05-2006, 11:59 AM
I Am Chariot
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Originally Posted by
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Wrong. Niitty played outstanding leading up to the Olympic break, while Esche was hurt. Niitty was obviously great at the Olympics. Niitty had his chance to win the job right after the Olympic break, when he was given the majority of the starts. He stuggled and played very poorly (in part due to a flu he had for more than a month where he lost 10-15 lbs.). After Niitty struggled, Esceh began to get the majority of the starts and played excellent. He deserved to be the starter for the playoffs, and it sure as hell wasn't his fault the team lost to Buffalo.
What about my post is wrong
1. The season started with Esche as #1 he got hurt and Nitty came in playing well
2. Nitty has a great Olympics and comes back as the new fave...the starter
3. Nitty, for whatever reason, begins playing poorly and Hitch starts Esche
4. Both Esche and Nitty play inconsistantly down the stretch. Hitch continues to rotate them instead of picking one guy to work his game out....
Last season, at least post Olympic break the Flyers Goalie contoversy and Hitch's ineptitude to make a decision were a drag on the team..
Yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion, man
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