Discussion in 'Stanley Cup Playoffs' started by TaLoN, Apr 15, 2018 at 9:41 PM.
He got lucky. Nobody would be talking about this if the Wild did not score.
Which could be said about every great pass ever made... I fail to see the relevance.
He made a great play, got the puck to the team's best scorer on his tape and open for the high percentage shot.
That's skill more than luck.
It's that 360 degree vision. Clearly a cheat code.
Spinorama should be made illegal.
Don't @ me
Damn, thats a beautiful play.
Im cheering for the Jets but as a Finn cant help but love Granlund too..
The guys got such great vision, IQ and hands.. his season want as good as the last one partly due to injuries etc. but he's got a great deal of talent.
He did a 360 and skated away
Why do they call them the Jets?
I don't know, why?
I liked the shot more personally.
Remarkably, that's still not even the best thing he's done in a game 3 for the Wild down 2-0 in a series
Wild needs beast mode FBJ to move past this hurdle.
That's why the NHL needs more goals cause your right, nobody would be talking about it if the Wild did not score there.
If that pass was what he meant to do, it was spectacular and even if he was only trying to put it in front of the net, it was a great play. Pulling for the Jets, but still a fan of great hockey.
That Staal shot was more impressive.
underrated finish by Staal, too. Note that he wasn't even surprised by the feed...he has been "experienced".
Granlund shucking Chiarot on the first goal was almost more impressive.
I thought it was going to be way nicer considering the hype.. He spun off the checker and threw it blindly to the front of the net, and someone was there and got a weak goal. That play happens literally 4-5 times a night.
Finnish Baby Jesus doesn't throw pucks blindly. He turns saucer passes into wine and now has expanded to 360 spinoramas on tape.