Discussion in 'Minnesota Wild' started by Bazeek, Mar 22, 2021.
And the game continues to get more bizarre......
Well, there's one in a row...
I would be fine bringing Bjugstad back on a decent deal to play in the bottom 6
Bjugstad and Sturm are good together
It only took them 45 minutes to figure out they're the better team, but hey, we're here
I think Dewar will be able to play in a similar role next year as well.
They clearly made the trip in a 82 Datsun pickup with a dead cylinder.
If Fiala ever finds his hands and/or brain, the Fiala - Hartman - Johansson line might have something
Wait...are you saying the Wild would have 2 functional lines then? Is that allowed?
Louie just said, it's amazing how many people get cut while wearing the shields. At the same time they are showing Bonino bleeding from the mouth.
Dazzling turnover by Fiala
Gotta get 97 going again. Pretty invisible tonight with 1 SOG. Brodin #1 star.
An Easy 2-1 win, 2 points when is playoffs?
Meh....something missing. Trade deadline jitters?
I'm with whoever said fatigue. I think that COVID break they took gave them a rest, but having to play the make up games and being all bunched up is taking a toll on them.
yeah and we dont know fully what kind of damage the convid has on players yet, and the condition seems worse than usual.
But the other teams are playing under similar conditions.
I though Soucy played really well today, and was pleasantly surprised by MoJo. He looked pretty fast out there and got on pucks, which is something that we've been missing. Overall, though, we aren't exactly clicking out there.
Top line had a total of one shot on goal, that's not good. And Rask's FO% was only 38, if he continues in the 30s it's going to be a problem.
But the big issue for the entire team tonight was lack of energy, still found a way to win though. Let them have a day off tomorrow, they need some rest.
Maybe the Victor "The Boat Anchor" Rask's clickage with Zucc and the Big KOK has finally dried up and is dragging that boat down.
Some, sure. Not every team has had an outbreak and had to go into a week or two protocol though. And then had to pack all those games into a shortened timeframe.
I'm not saying that's it, but it's a valid possibility. Going to be playing 3 games in 4 nights over the next few, that's a lot of hockey coming up in a pretty little window.
Who knows what it actually is, but it sucks. Hopefully they woke from the funk in tonights game and it rights the ship. I'd like to be wrong, but feels like it's going to be a bumpy ride the next few days.
except Rask was better than Kaprizov tonight
I'll have to rely on your report. I've been e-mailing and trying to get a piece of guitar equipment fixed with the companies support since the middle of the 2nd period.
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