I think tonight may bring everyone back to reality after the Winnipeg game. Beating another struggling team 2-1 isn't exactly impressive. But we will see how they do against Minnesota. I'm thinking a 3-2 loss is on the way
I wonder if they'll get Sanford in against Boston.
Sanford is a short term stop gap NHL goalie...even as a back up. With that said, Mason is more important to the team long term then Curtis. With that said maybe they can give Sanford the Bruins.
If the Bruins light him up...no harm no foul....if the Bruins run Mason out of the building it could really hurt him.
I'm hoping, wishing, and praying that there will be no "long term" to consider with Mason. Three seasons of suck are enough. To me, at this point, Mason is the stop gap until we get some acceptable, NHL talent goaltending. I live for the day to see Mason "run out of the building". Bruins or no Bruins, if Mason isn't damaged goods at this point, I don't know what is.
"I don't think I'll live long enough to forgive Howson for knocking off my rose colored glasses. He's a horrible, wretched, little stinker of a man. I just hope he wakes up in the morning and can't poop." -CBJCougar (on the Klesla trade), March 23, 2011