Discussion in 'OHL' started by EON, Jan 16, 2019.
PBP isn't an easy gig so I give him credit.
OT again... see who gets on the ice now.
Boring OT. Fatigue setting in. Hopefully a decent shootout. Ahem... Foudy, Cuylle, D'Amico. Bam.
was cullye even on the ice in OT?
Apparently they are giving Cuylle some sorta of punishment or something since they refuse to use him in OT’s.
Hasn’t been for their last 3 OT’s. Well he was this game since he was serving penalty going into OT but got maye 15 sec of ice
Miss wins 3-2 in shootout.
Shootout was Campbell, D'Amico, and Staios... when it's broke, don't fix it. Eventually, it miiiiiiight work. Probably not but might.
(narrator: It won't work)
1 out of 3 - not bad. About the same percentage as Letowski coming back next year.
I'm not upset with two points in three games. The two road games were very, very close; commendable efforts. It's the decisions in the two games that make me really go "what??"
tough to see.
Especially as they keep putting out vets that are not scoring at all instead of giving Cullye ice time.
Spits lose in OT again.
Terrible coaching again.
D wasn't strong.
Goalie played well. Faced a lot of rubber
Time for Parker to hear those great clichés.
This is just BAD hockey.
How come Incze was not the first star.
Because most of the time the 3 star selections are jokes.
51 saves and he's third star... that's actually really funny. I get why Carter is first star with the GWG and all, but...
The weird thing is that most 3-star selections are made midway through the 3p. I've seen many times where the OT hero, or even late-game hero, isn't a top star for that exact reason. So, for Carter to be named the first star... either they waited until the last possible second (which is rare) or they selected him despite having zero points (which is odd). The 3 stars don't really mean much but it's amusing none-the-less.
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