Thread: Post-Game Talk: Rangers @ Bruins
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11-29-2013, 03:57 PM
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Originally Posted by KasparsHipCheck View Post
I'm not trying to say Lundqvist is looking bad. He's just not lucky. It seems like every time he's in net there's a goal deflecting off of one of his D man--today it was G, another game it was Stralman.
The team seems to play a tighter more put together game with Talbot in net. I don't get it, but this is the way it seems to me. The D sucks playing in front of Hank.
Couldn't agree more. Team is always shaky in front of Lundqvist. When Talbot plays, it's a different team out there.

No doubt in my mind Talbot starts tomorrow, and we out shoot Vancouver 35-20, and win the game 2-1 while giving up limited chances.

The team needs a more consistent effort. I don't think it's because they try to play a more sound defensive game in front of Talbot, because it wouldn't make sense not to give it 100% every game, I just think the team actually is that wildly inconsistent.

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