Did anyone catch how much TOI Kreider had? It seemed like probably around 10? I thought he played well... Although alittle timid
About right for a rook, I think.
"Of course giving Sather cap space is like giving teenagers whiskey and car keys." - SBOB "Watching Sather build a team is like watching a blind man with no fingers trying to put together an elaborate puzzle." - Shadowtron
"Used to be only Twinkies and cockroaches could survive a nuke. I'd add Habs to that. I'm convinced the CH stands for Club du Hypocrisy." - Gee Wally
I'll be curious for people when they get back, but it sounded to me to be a very quiet crowd all game long.
Wondering if it was the ticket prices or the nerves, but much quieter it seemed than Ottawa.
Also it looked like there was way too much Red in the crowd.
It was pretty loud at the end and the beginning. I was at round 1 game 1 and thought it was quieter then. The place was loud, I just think everyone was nervous. I heard multiple people describing how uneasy they felt. The way the game was played, everyone was on the edge of their seats.
It really was a lifetime ago. My life is nothing like it was 15 years ago, and I sure 90% of this board can say the same. Half the board went from kindergarten to adulthood, and the other half went through marriages/divorces and career changes.
Hey, I remember 94. I was 10...now I am 28...and not much different
At 11:32 of the third period in the Rangers/Capitals game, the puck entered the Capitals net. The referee ruled that Braden Holtby made the original save and then the puck entered the net when Brian Boyle's right skate made contact with Holtby resulting in goaltender interference, therefore there was no goal. This was not a reviewable play. Referee's call on the ice stands No Goal New York.
you kidding me? It was clearly a goal and if it was called right the game is over at that point.
If we lost, I hear ya. But we won. Cant people just be happy we won and the series is over? It isn't the first time a ref messed up. We should be celebrating, not complaining about a call that turned out not to hurt us in the end.