I just hope people don't bail on him after 1 game. Even if we lose badly. We got some new chemistry to gel before it all clicks together, IMO. That said, I believe bryz can be just what the doctor. I can't believe we kept Bob to back him up though, that kinda stunts bob's growth IMO... should have kept boosh and traded bob for loot.
for every game this season they lose, as long as I'm not yellling at the TV screen,
" how the **** did you let that one get by you, you moron " " you can't stop a beachball "
then, i'll know the team and goalie did fine
and I fully expect, I won't have to yell that out this year.
I can't recall how many times I yelled that out last season, but.......i'm HOPING to keep my blood pressure down and enjoy watching the games again
Maybe you should check your facts before making ignorant blanket statements. I don't ***** and moan about every move.
If you disagree with me, try to prove me wrong. Go ahead! Show me how often it is that good teams blow up their roster for younger, inexperienced talent, and go on to be better next season.
All I'm saying is that Bryz is going to have a hard time behind this team. They're all new to each other, they need to develop chemistry, and on top of that this team's defense has taken major blows this offseason. What's so wrong with that?
Down in the basement, I've got a Craftsman lathe. Show it to the children when they misbehave.
Last year Pheonix had the most shootout wins (14). The Flyers were 22nd with (4).
Those stats are from the 2009-2010 season, 2 years ago. Last year, PHX had 5 shoot out wins. Either way, Bryz is an absolute upgrade over the circus we've been dealing with. I simply cannot wait for our first shut out...the confidence those types of wins generate alone will catapult us into a much stronger team mentally.
I'm going to say top 10 in sv% and gaa, and closer to the top if the defense can stay healthy. I may not be crazy about the $$$ he is making, but it will be fun/different to watch a goalie who has the real ability to be a game changer in net for the Flyers.