Saturday, March 10, 2007

Memo From the Skepticism Department

The boys in the sightless eye need not get too jazzed after beating a fading Caps team last night. You can't say, as our friends and the N&O have been want to whenever the Canes sandwich a win between a loss, that this is a "turning point game." Only a "turning streak" of around five games is going to propel the Canes into solid playoff position. The still abysmal Hurricane PP was 0-7, and the boys took a slew of bad penalties over the first two-thirds of the game.

That being said, the Canes stepped it up in the third, and that for me is the one really good sign from last night's contest.

Oooh, that was nice
1. Cam Ward - The boy was way-poised -looked like he was is Steve Austin slow-motion mode. He saw everything and seemed to be gliding effortlessly between the pipes. NuhhhNuhhhNuhhhhhNuhhhhh.
2. Andrew Ladd - I say this kid is a centerman. He made yet another unbelievable outlet pass from the sideboards last night. He and Eric Staal skated with real power last night. Laddy also owned the front of the Craps net.
3. Scott Walker's Iron Melon - Scotty gets mugged by John Erskine and a host of Craps, but it's Erskine who doesn't make it back the the ice.
4. Anson Carter was a healthy scratch - honeymoon officially over.


JP said...

Kudos to Walker for turtling and using his helmet to dislocate Erskine's thumb.

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