- Mar 19, 2009
chicago v phoenix is in overtime :S
I agree. You know it's kinda the same situation as in Boston (especially if they lost to Washington, which I really hope for, go caps go). Do they keep Thomas or Rask? I don't see them keeping both past this season. Does Vancouver keep Luongo who hasn't taken them to promiseland, or go with the young blood.palmerq said:I just think(even as an opponent to luongos contract) it is a bit of a low blow to the guy who has been a very good goalie to just drop him for the most important game of the series especially after he played well... Luongo was in goals for canadas gold winning game in the olympics he is a big game player...
Rask is an ufa this summer, I think - don't think there's any chance the Bruins will let him walk. What that means for Thomas who knows, but Rask is their future.Fetisoff said:I agree. You know it's kinda the same situation as in Boston (especially if they lost to Washington, which I really hope for, go caps go). Do they keep Thomas or Rask? I don't see them keeping both past this season. Does Vancouver keep Luongo who hasn't taken them to promiseland, or go with the young blood.
Don't have to tell me. All the guys at our Canadian office are Leafs fans, so when I'm here all I hear is *****ing about the leafs for the duration of the seasonVeloCity said:I have zero sympathy for Van or Bos or any other team with those sorts of goalie issues, considering the Leafs traded Rask to Bos for Andrew Raycroft because Leafs management deemed Justin Pogge our goalie of the future, a guy who played all of 7 games for the Leafs before being dealt to Anaheim for a conditional draft choice and has not played in the NHL since. So just shutup
Vokoun and Neuverth(spelling) are both injured, yes. And I don't see Vokoun staying in Washington, the way this Holtby kid is playing. Plus Neuverth is very young and decent toopalmerq said:Is vokoun washingtons goalie? I see has isnt playing again, is the fellow injured? I am starting my scouting for fantasy hockey early, I always struggle with the goalies... I see vokoun is a free agent at the end of the season( I think) will he be back next year?
Torontopalmerq said:I wonder where vokoun will end up, he could be a good bargain for someone I think I read his contract at washington is only 1.5 million.. back to florida with him :S
A little bit later, but a while ago this happened soplooton said:Root for Flyers (cos our Czech star Jágr plays there), hope tomorrow we definitely beat out Pittsburgh with that spoiled crying baby captain. I bet Philly, Boston or Rangers for the Cup this year.
Vokoun may be done - he has a "pretty severe tear" in his groin and for a goalie, that's a tough injury to come back from. Vokoun was average at best all season and cant see too many teams rushing to sign a 35 year old with average numbers and a type of injury that can be easily re-aggravated. Too much risk there.palmerq said:aha, holtby might be good later signing then, I shall take note of this, I have seen (in the 3 years of me playing fantasy hockey) neuvirth getting quite a few chances and never establishing himself so I dont have great faith in him..
I wonder where vokoun will end up, he could be a good bargain for someone I think I read his contract at washington is only 1.5 million.. back to florida with him :S
Glad Philly finally ended the Pens season.palmerq said:Crosby was a bit of a git this series, I was hoping philidelphia would win :S
Canucks lose, poor performance from them again, top seed v lowest seed and out shoot by a lot again :S what a shame. Maybe wal mart will give me money back for my canucks t shirt i bought today :S
Mon the coyotes now, my next favourite team