Who was on the ice when Lars got hit?
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05-03-2013, 11:29 AM
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One of the more ridiculous posts I've ever read.
He may not be ready for playoff hockey (although pre-hit, he looked great), his job is to get the puck. The whistle hadn't gone, if he leaves the puck, they score go ahead 2-1 and we lose Eller - that's even worse. He did his job. It's not like he had time to stop, examine the hit, then react. Eller got hit and Diaz went to get the puck out of his zone.
The refs broke everything up pretty fast and we didn't have much toughness on the ice either way. Someone will bring up that we need team toughness, but you can't have toughness on the ice at all times regardless if you have it in the line-up or not.
It was a bonehead pass and he feels terrible about it. You can tell from his interviews and his tone of voice.
I expect a big game from Diaz tonight.
What were they supposed to do? Jump off the bench??
Moen and White played great last night.
You lost all your credibility at ''pre-hit he looked great''. Diaz was one of the worst players out there yesterday. Couldn't hold the blue line in offense, soft plays and no vision. And no, I didn't expect White or Moen to do anything n the hit. But we all know they are not hired for their quick hands and incredible vision, they are there to be physical, sometimes drop the mitts and, especially for White, be a nuisance. Can't remember the last time they did this. White is a stupid player, takes stupides penalties, but if he's not a pest, he's nothing.
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