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02-06-2007, 11:59 PM
Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: Atlanta, GA
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I'd rather put up with Girardi's mistakes than Ozolinsh or Kaspar's.
He's learning, and he's adapting. Inconsistency is part of any young defenseman's game and Girardi is no different.
It's encouraging that he played against NJ's top line tonight and managed to come out unscathed. Kudos to the kid (both kids...Fedor too).
no arguments there, id rather have a kid fail and learn from his mistakes, then watch a vet fail, and fail, and fail, and fail, and...need i go on?
but ill also call a spade a spade, i didnt like what i saw from him the previous few games. he looked easily rattled, and bumbled the pucks quite a few times. he didnt look like he could take a hit and make a good play, and his outlet passes were all wrong.
not tonight though, he was very very very good.
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