I can't see how this doesn't look bad on the organization. Teams across the league must be wondering what the hell are Benning and Weisbrod thinking this time around? Start a 19 year old goaltender who isn't near ready for the rigors of the NHL, smooth. Sure Dipietro's long term development may not by phased by this one game but it certainly isn't ideal, the kid is 19 years old and should be playing in the OHL. First NHL start is against the second best team in the league that is an offensive powerhouse. Nice way to get your feet wet. The inability of management to prepare for such a scenario after months of time to make a transaction to address the goaltending depth is just mind boggling. I mean, running Markstrom into the ground is one strategy but how could they not assume at some point the goaltending situation was gonna bite them in the ass. Hello, McFly!!