Why, oh why, are they still giving Stoner chances?
He's looked like a lost puppy in the first two games (did he play against Philly? I wasn't around to watch it).
The guy gives me MAB with the puck 10 feet from the goalie + early Skoula in just about every situation + Boogaard whenever he's on the ice... feelings.
Unless he's hurt (already?), he's got his head so far up his butt, he doesn't deserve to be doing anything more than making Shep and PMB popcorn once the season starts.
I guess we need a new whipping boy, now that Shep fought and lost against an ATV. Stoner's doing a great job of endearing himself to that situation.
i'm going with the idea that they want to see him play like he did last year and they're giving him more chances too get there than they otherwise would because he's already signed to a one-way (for this year).
tbh if he played like he did last year i'd be ok. I dunno he just seems lost out there. So I'd agree they are giving him as many chances as possible to earn his 1way contract. I'd rather they gave prosser / falk those chances tho.