Discussion in 'Tampa Bay Lightning' started by TheDaysOf 04, Oct 20, 2018.
Just win baby!
JT Brownov back in the building!
Minnesota played in Dallas last night, and is traveling all the way back north. We have no excuse for losing this one, or at least for getting outplayed, so obviously we all know what will happen.
Is it wrong that I love Joseph so much more than I ever did Brown?
Expecting them to play their backup as well since Dubnyk played last night.
Does losing mean we get to fire Cooper??
Why would you specifically be comparing those two players as if they have anything to do with each other? Hmmmm
D'oh!!! I'm talking about a pure speed energy player here
So your singling them out because they’re fast huh.
Lol that hole is getting deeper.
I just want Joseph to pot a goal already!
JT Brown will find the back of the net one once not twice but thrice!
I think Vasi would have to retire if that happened (assuming no empty netters).
In all seriousness, JT was such a solid player when he got here. So fast and hustled all the time. By the time he left he looked like a shell of himself. Why do all our players become shells of themselves after 3 or 4 seasons. Watching Palat this year and last is the perfect example of this. Don’t know if it’s a comfort thing or because they get paid a bit, but it happens to every player that comes from the ahl, it seems.
Not once, not twice, but zero times.
Joseph looks like he's gonna be a lot more than just that.
JT will hit at least one post
Palat always looks like a shell of himself in October. Always.
It's early and me being the superstitious creature that I am feel the same way but have never said it. For me I just hope that no matter what we're going to keep seeing this out of Joseph for years to come ever if he never becomes a big scorer. It seemed like for longest time that we had the most blah bottom line players you could find anywhere and Joseph is showing that he is anything but
Gotta wait til about January then he'll go nuts. You can set your watch to Palat starting slow and finishing strong
My old busted JT $ meets the new hotness JT $ tonight.
Let's hope that Stamkos has a game like he had against Detriot last time out.
Joseph is a high-floor guy. He's gonna develop into a 35-40 point guy, even if things go poorly. His skillset translates too well for anything less. We're already seeing it. It's not just his speed. He's hitting the open man with passes on a regular basis. That, combined with his speed, leads to plays like Johnson's SH goal the other night. More of that to come.
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