Nah, I'm just ribbing you. I would love to see Vyborny break out. And like you, I'm looking for a win tonight.
I would too, but I fear its too late for that as Hitch has him playing 6-7 minutes a night on the 4th line with no PP/PK time. He had alot of time to work out his problems, and now its unlikely he'll get another chance beyond time on the 4th line. Maybe Hitch will give him more time, but I'm very doubtful at this point.
Hmm, guess it's all in the "vibe" I get the feeling that the majority here are wantonly optimistic for tonight's game. A few posts here and there predicting a loss but I'm betting that the team has a "go for broke" attitude. No sense of trepidation coming from Hitch today.
I, personally, do not want to see Jody fight anyone. He's a good guy and I highly doubt that he's coming in tonight spoiling to rumble with anyone. But then again, Boll may just be feisty enough to ask Jody to dance!
Heck, a win tonight will pay me $34 on my Proline ticket. Haha!!!!!
Would anyone else prefer for Lindstrom to be in the line-up rather than Murrey? I haven't see Jo play in a while. Murrey's goals to me just seem to me to be just from close rebounds.
They bring completely different skill sets to the table so it depends what you are looking for. Lindstrom has better hands and offensive creativity and Murray is better physically and defensively. I like them both for different reasons.
1 of Murray's 4 goals came from a rebound or scrum in front of the net, so I'm not sure I agree with your second sentence. He's still fighting the stigma of a grinder despite having almost 20 professional goals this year (AHL and NHL). I would view him more as an extremely responsible power forward. I'm thinking he'll be good for 15-20 goals per year for the next several years, but I guess time will tell.