Game 6 was a shooting gallery, looks like. Both teams had 40+ shots. Wedge had a .930 SV% and still lost.
He got hung out to dry a fair bit in game 7. On one of the Kitchener goals, a forward was allowed to stand just outside the blue paint with the puck on his stick for about 5 seconds while he aimed for an opening. No one touched him or challenged him.
Plymouth didn't lose the series because of Wedgewood. Plymouth went 0/22 on the powerplay in the series and Gibson played his brains out at the other end.
You guys have a good one there.
Last edited by CharlieGirl: 04-18-2012 at 08:53 AM.
Came in at 22 in the organization rankings. This was a pleasant surprise for me as I expected us to be much lower after the graduations this year of Larsson, Josefson, Tedenby and Henrique. Glad to see that prospects in the AHL are getting some recognition in Urbom and Gelinas in particular.
I once again took part in the rankings and from start to finish, the Devils ranking didn't fluctuate very much. In my inital draft of the rankings, I had them pegged at 21. Most people in the group thought they were in the 21-23 range. Hard to be upset at dropping this time around because as Rogue Status and DD pointed out, graduations are the big reason why. If a team is going to drop in the prospect rankings, graduation is the best reason for it to happen. Even without a first round pick, they'll have a chance to get a handful of more prospects at the draft this summer and at least hold steady in the next rankings.