I was a year too early. I picked the Rangers to finish between 5-8 this year but said that I thought they would blossom into a top team next year. I think this team will be in the hunt for a Stanley Cup every year for the rest of the decade!
I thought that Wolski and/or Christensen would play a big role for us. I'll eat crow on it, but its not because they were bad, just they didn't get the opportunity. Both have moved on and produced for their new teams.
Also, I didn't think there was anyway we would be fighting for the Presidents Trophy. Figured we'd be a playoff team, but more like 5-8.
I honestly don't think I need any crow. And by the way, is crow Kosher for Passover?
"Trust me I'm an expert, I watched 13 rangers games on NHL center Ice this year through streaming." -Starburst
"I don't even understand what the point of all this arguing is. Are you guys hoping that the other side is going to have an epiphany and go 'Oh, OH! You're right, we ARE going to lose this series!'" -Crease
This thread is entirely too short considering all of the garbage that was spewed out this offseason and during the first few weeks of the regular season. Some posters really caused a rukus with some of their seriously offdacrossbar comments
I thought dubi was going to have a true breakout year, but that's the only truly stupid thing I recall saying about this season
However, I will gladly eat a steaming pile of fresh crow for suggesting that the rangers trade Danny g a couple years ago.
I did not have to eat crow on Erik Christensen or Wojtek Wolski.
Whether or not they were good guys, has nothing to do with it.
I wished and hoped strongly for both to be dismissed, and it happened. They will do maybe a bit more for the teams they went to than they did for the Rangers (but that would only be because they are now playing for teams that are much, much less than the Rangers).
If Wolski ever becomes a good player, would I have to eat crow?
Like many, I overestimated the production of Dubi and AA.
Also, while we didn't get as long a look at him as we'd have liked, I underestimated MZA. He improved by a substantial amount since last season, and he really did give the PP a new dynamic. I didn't think he'd be able to contribute much, but next season I'll definitely raise my expectations for him.
so i wasn't TOO far off and we'll see tomorrow night if i got every division in the east right
i predicted tim erixon having a big impact on the rangers this season
i predicted the team would lose a spark without avery
i predicted mcdonagh would have a mediocre season after a very impressive rookie year