“It will be interesting for sure, but as a player you have to use it as a motivating factor,'' said Comrie, who has only one Phoenix goal since arriving in a Feb. 10 trade with Philadelphia but has points in six of nine games. “If they aren't booing, it's because you weren't liked. If they are booing, they wanted you playing for them.
“It's almost a compliment.''
Oooh I can't wait until March 2nd~! We'll boo him until he cries!! Then he can truly see how much "they wanted you playing for them"!
Every Oilers fan has March 2nd circled on their calenders with a bold red magic marker!
Not that it's all his fault, but since his shutout streak Boucher's numbers are horrid.
The funny thing is the game would have been a blow out in the first had Boucher not made some stellar saves. The defense in Phoenix has been absolutely brutal since Tanabe went down. Nobody can move the puck out of their own zone and it is just one turnover after another. Lots of prime time scoring chances created for the opposition.