Guess it is a good thing I passed on this adventure. I don't think the citizenry would appreciate me shouting "What the #### is the problem down there?" at the top of my lungs after the second too many men call.
We're getting a lot of shots and intermittent pressure. Not enough bodies in front of Raanta to strip his eyes, too few people in position to collect the rebounds he does give up. The lack of discipline is killing us.
I have watched ... it seems you are incapable of supporting your post with fact.
Got it, the team is inconsistent. It is still an over .500 team for the year with good special teams on most nights, our goalies put up good numbers most nights, and we somehow are competitive game after game. Tonight is a the rare game where penalties are all too common (t-6 in times shorthanded entering tonight).
Unfortunately, as good as this team is when leading after 1 or 2 (.923 win% in both situations) they suck when trailing after 2 periods without a single come from behind win so far in the 2nd or 3rd. Tonight's game is a very steep climb to win that the history of the season indicates won't be successful but there is nothing to indicate tonight's game is a foretelling of games to come.
Fun fact of the night: Clune, Hendricks, and Gaustad all have more PP time than Seth Jones.
mmmm ... maybe we're back to Cullen on the point of the 2nd PP unit and the whopping four to eight seconds of PP time the players you mention have is the result of setting lines for the post PP play. Context means a lot and crushes the "fun" portion of the fact.