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10-03-2013, 12:54 PM
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The lack of scoring at even strength is due in large part to the play of Bernier I would say. There were ample chances where the shooters were simply bested by Bernier. If you really are going to dispute that then this discussion can go no further as you simply are living in another world where facts don't matter.
The lack of adjustment was also there, but again, I would point more to Bernier as a reason they lost rather than most other factors. I mean, there really is no adjustment you can make to beat a goalie that is in the zone. Other adjustments could have been made that may have lead to a victory, but at the end of the day, the same thing could be said about every loss in the history of every team in the NHL.
This game was nothing to get upset about. A tough loss, for sure, but nothing to lose it over.
I agree, Bernier had a great game but Flyers should have adjusted. If they couldn't get pucks past him try parking themselves in front of the net and providing a screen.
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