Bahaha! That is literally the worst job of journalism I've seen in such a long time, merely because it is SO easy to do quick fact checking. My God, that is horrible. Obviously whoever wrote that has never seen a hockey game before, if they didn't know Datsyuk is on the Wings...
LMAO @ the comment comparing this to eric christensens emo interview he looked so sad I felt bad for him...
anyway yeah I think some of us get caught up fighting each other when we both want the same things. lots of pro and anti-torts, lundqvist, lisin, etc. where you get vicious arguments over who is right and who is wrong... its all frustration, we need a few unified POTVIN SUCKS chants to let out some of that steam.
hopefully we can steal a nice win from the potential cup winners tmrw.
The first thread I've actually felt like dropping in on in a while. Well said.
Keep your heads up boys and girls...it'll turn around. Just keep your expectations in check, because that's truly the danger here. The Rangers hype has a way of over-promising and then under-delivering.
if we all agreed on everything this would be one heck of a boring forum. There's obviously no place for insults and being disrespectful, but a little bickering here and there is pretty healthy.
I'm not saying we all agree. I personally felt like I was wasting too much time arguing and bickering over points I felt strongly about. If the team was playing well, then fine. But all these side arguments just compound how miserable the season has been since mid October,
I dont want a sterile environment. I'm just trying to shift my attention to the few positive aspects and not waste my time being mad and belligerent over a team who has pretty much looks like they have given up on the season (sans a few exceptions like Gabby)
I'm not very experienced here, but I feel the OP. The bashing sometimes is excessive and takes away from anything positive that can be gained. Constructive posts are best, ones that can address current problems (not past ones like, "We should have signed Zherdev!") and offer perspectives on possible solutions. This is what i feel the debates should be like; What's the problem, what's the solution. We all play the role of the GM and the head coach here, and our differences on how to perform these roles are what make things interesting.