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09-28-2013, 06:48 PM
Lafleurs Guy
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For what it's worth, here's the game tying goal that Price gets hurt on in game 4. We're 30 secs away from tying the series and we let the Sens basically camp on our front porch:

Does this dismiss chance or the fact that I think we played mostly well in this series? No. And like I said, Price let some in that maybe shouldn't have gone in, but it underscores a weakness in our game. We aren't able to defend properly when other teams go into our crease and it really hurts us.

We don't know what would've happened if Price could finish the game. Maybe we would've come back and won the series but at the end of the day we didn't protect him nearly the way we should and it's a critical goal that basically changes the face of the series. Not only do they tie the game up (and eventually win) but they knock out our goalie. And this is the Sens man... not exactly a bruising team.

30 seconds away from tying the series and we go and do this... you can't expect to win this way. And again, shot totals or whatever don't mean squat when you let teams do this to you.

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