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Auld actually pulled that in to his own net.
look like it was going for the post
Can I blame Auld now?
give the Sharks a 7th round pick in 2014 for Nittymaki
uuummm...what's wrong with Alfie, lately? he's strug-gle-ling the last few games.
Sens have no answer for the Bruins foreCheck
you'd think they play a little better defensively considering its Auld. they don't need to be making it even harder for him.
plus there is another game tomorrow with what should be a pissed off NYIsanders team
that was Boston's 4th line that scored that last goal too
Nittymaki would have to clear re-entry waivers. If called up, Sens can just claim him if no one else below them does.
this loose turnover laden play started against Washington--but Anderson was their to save their butts.
Thx Homer, forgot about that. So the Senators don't have to worry about giving up that valuable 7th rounder
2nd time there's a strange bounce at then end to the ice.
how many turnovers do the Senators have???? a Billion?
that and if SJ called him back up, Sens may not get a chance to claim him.
omg, they're just brutal tonight in their own end! its like they are afraid of holding onto the puck.
probably safe to say that Lehner will play to tomorrow. Murray said that he wanted to see both Auld and Lehner play before making a decision on goaltending.
Regardless, I think you have to bring someone in as insurance.
if they play like this in their own zone tomorrow you could have Brodeur and Patrick Roy in net together and they'd still get beat
I'm surprised when they get the puck out of the zone at all
good call by ref. there was no reason for that hit by Lucic, small as it was.
refs not taking any crap
Coach better rip them in the break.
man, that was close by alfie.
that was an almost perfect diviation
nice PP no shots on goal
bruins are hanging a guy deep, looking for the breakaway. coming close, too.