I tought about that yesterday but my conclusion was:
1- The Bulldogs are in the playoffs and PK is a big part of them, recalling him could hurt them
2- Maybe it's not a good idea to recall him in our situation. He'll want to make the difference but could cost us a bad turnover that might hurt us.
1- The Bulldogs got rid of the Mooses yesterday
2- Bergeron as been terrible in the playoff, bad as usual in his own zones and didn't produce anything offensively, I don't see how PK could do worst.
When I read that he was recall, my heart almost stopped. I had dream of him rushing to puck from one end to the other for the winning goal with the Bell Centre fans chanting «PK, PK, PK».
Now, I really won't be able to work for the rest of the day.
Good post, if you weren't already excited for tonights game(don't know how you couldn't be) then you have got to be now. I wasn't a fan of bringing him up at first, but I'm as excited as can be now. I love watching PK and I hate watching MAB, so it could be a win/win for me.
Well with Hamilton not playing for a few days now and this possibly being the Habs final game of the year (not saying it will be) I guess it isnt a bad call up. How ever they have no more call ups the rest of the way
I guess Spacek is worse then originally first though.
I was kind of expecting it after Hamilton KOed Manitoba last night. They probably don't play for 4-6 days and the Habs have Spacek out and Bergeron is a nightmare 5 on 5. If Spacek is unable to play I think you'll see...O'byrne-Markov Gorges-Gill Subban-Hamrlik and Bergeron instead of SK up front.
Uuuhm, what's going to be his excuse this time? Unfair controversy because Ovie sprayed a kid? Semin's not scoring? How about my defence sucks and I am getting outcoached by an old school coach whoc doesn't know how to play an offensive style?