The more I watch the wings play the more comical it gets...... the results speak for themselves. Their coach Trashill believes competing hard is what it takes to win. Competing hard enough is no excuse to roster player who possess no skill no speed and more importantly no quickness. Hyping 20 minute a night players(#71) who are having a hard time keeping up in goals scored with a player like Riley Sheahan (4th line player for Pit)..... is an insult to "HOCKEY TOWN" fans intelligence . The 4th goal last night is a great indicator on what is terribly wrong with wings. DD had ample time to retrieve the puck... that play had forehand retrieval. Ask any Tyke Player...... a tyke player would have skated harder to the puck to generate more "time "......skating hard and looking over your shoulder simultaneously is a difficult task.....for below average players. Difficult athletic tasks come easy for players who possess any level of athletic abilities.... not that this was a difficult athletic task. Any time you can pick up the puck on your forehand....it is an automatic no brainer and an easy play to complete. So no HANDS DD elects to make a play with his backhand.....that is beyond a bone head play.........yet we elaborate on 39s mistakes. So does that count as one strike on DD for not retrieving the puck or should we give him another strike for losing the puck battle after he earned strike one on the initial play. Usually players show greater compete level when they turn over the puck in an effort to regain the puck.