Discussion in 'National Hockey League Talk' started by MarkovsKnee, Nov 3, 2018.
Clearly the game of the night is Habs v. Lightning.
Bunch of good games tonight. Too bad it’s a Saturday and I will only catch the Pens/Leafs game.
McDavid is going to blow up our defense tonight. We’re elite at giving up highlight reel plays, guarantee he will have a few tonight.
I hope a player gets 5 points again today/tonight!
I wonder how DeBoar will screw up the line up tonight.
Looks like a few decent games tonight. I'm surprised at Washington's record though. I thought they were better than that.
Anderson getting hung out to dry by the Sens early.
Why did they break up the Hertl-Couture-Meier line? They were on fire.
Skinner has been a fantastic pickup for Buffalo.
I have no idea. DeBoar is stubborn and must give a 39 year old top line minutes and break up any and all chemistry the team had before they came back home.
Shame. Hopefully they get put back together soon, they were fun to watch.
Pommer makes it 3-0.
Ottawa didn't show up.
I think Ottawa is coming back down to earth. They look awful right now.
Disastrous shift for the Sens.
Add another one to the population of Pominville!
Jack is taking that step this year.
Mike McKenna still exists? Wow.
Ottawa missing the face of their franchise is finally catching up to them...
...at least his suspension is almost over.
Eichel has transformed this year. He's been special. Which is good because we are paying him 10M to be special.
Eichel and Skinner together has been sick. Each of them creates so much space and opportunity for the other. And Pominville is so smart and he’s ridden shotgun for 12 points in the 7 games since they were put together. That shift he scored on they created three great open chances for him before he finished.
He really has. It’s not just his goal scoring either. He really brings a competitive energy to the team.
Buffalo has to get him re-signed. (IMO anyway)
If the team does some winning I would bet heavily he stays. He waived for the last place team when reportedly turning down others so location must be an important factor for him. If the team looks like they’re taking steps and there could be winning here in the future it would seem like a good fit.
He probably also doesn't mind playing beside the most talented C he has had thus far in his career.
Eichel just maintained possession on the wall through a guy who had him dead to rights, drove past a d man like he was skating in mud and drew a penalty while setting up a scoring chance with a drop pass as he went into the boards.
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