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Anton with a shutout! Suck on that Muller!

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Muller will bench him the second we lose again. He could win 10 straight at this point, and he'd still get benched for a loss. Dude is good enough to stay in net for damn near 2 straight months and win more times than not. That's IDEAL for a playoff team. We just needed to get there to let Doby shine. Instead, Cam gets healthy and gets as many starts as he has gotten...and for what? To be relegated to playing for nothing more than draft position. 10 points out of the wildcard (I think).

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0-5 now when I attend.  Even though Doby was in net.  Trade Staal and Skinner, rebuild this crap pile.

 

Biggest observation was the lack of effort from Eric Staal.  Very disappointing.

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0-5 now when I attend.  Even though Doby was in net.  Trade Staal and Skinner, rebuild this crap pile.

 

Biggest observation was the lack of effort from Eric Staal.  Very disappointing.

I've noticed that a lot by Eric. He looks like he's not even trying. He's not giving enough effort. Just skating around. This is one of the reasons why I believe it's a bad idea for any sports team to have 2 brothers on the same team. They have the upper hand in negotiations because they know you want to keep them together. Eric isn't putting forth the effort. He knew JR was going to keep him and his brother together. Hopefully with Francis as the GM, he puts an end to it. We need to be building a complete team. Not reuniting families.

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lol Muller is so biased. We lost, so guess who is in net? That's right Cam Ward. It's already 1-1 5 minutes into the game.

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Now Ward commits a delay of game penalty. You can't make this stuff up lol.

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Ward playing good, but we still have half the game left to play... and of course the rest of his career.

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Another 4-1 win with DOBBY in net.

If we would have rode him the entire year we would be in the playoffs.

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Another 4-1 win with DOBBY in net.

If we would have rode him the entire year we would be in the playoffs.

That's the biggest reason why Muller will get fired.

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