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stortini=2shifts vs boston..why?

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02-14-2007, 04:28 PM
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That is 2 shifts too many for Stortini!! He does nothing but clog up the ice and make everyone on his line look bad. He is an ECHL player at best and does not fit in the new NHL. I am glad PT is back and hopefully when Stoll is healthy they will get rid of Stinktini.
yes, because no one needs a physical, hard working, smart, fast for his size, intimidating, checking 4th line forward..

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Fair point, but my argument to this would be to look at the Flames, who have had injuries to:

Iginla
Warrener
Regehr (to start the season)
Yelle
Hamrlik

at various points in the season.

Or the Senators:

Redden
Spezza
Fisher
Gerber (who may as well be injured)

Injuries are detrimental but they are not the sole reason why this team is performing the way it is.

Calgary has essentially the same team they had last season.

Edmonton is essentially a whole different team then that of last year.

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02-14-2007, 04:35 PM
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You thought that? We clearly watched a different game. I thought we did not test TT very much and did not get a lot of traffic in front of him. Most of our shots either missed the net or were right into his pads or dead center of his chest. I just do not see that, our offense was extremely inept and out of sync against Boston, Boston did not even play that well but looked better than we did for much of the game.
Oh... don't get me wrong, I don't think it was one for the ages or anything, but yes, I do believe that the Oilers took the game over after the 1st and probably should have won. I do still think that Storts should have gotten more ice time.

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