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26 avr 2019
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Penguins de Pittsburgh
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Avalanche du Colorado
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Forum: Armchair-GM24 aoû 2020 à 22 h 46
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Forum: Armchair-GM 7 aoû 2020 à 9 h 50
I do agree that Murray has played excellent in the first two games of the series. However, aforementioned, the Pens are in two elimination games if they make it out of their first one and need to make changes. Jarry is more consistent and the Pens have not played well enough to take the brunt of the game off the goalies. If Murray gives up a bad goal or two, then he will continue doing so (look at game 3). Jarry can hold them together and make the big saves all the time even when under pressure the entire game. The third line in game 3 was god awful and the problem is glaring everyone in the eye. Marleau has not been good for the Penguins since the acquisition and should no longer warrant a spot in the lineup. The Pens have a huge x-factor in their prospect Samuel Poulin and also have others like Lafferty that typically sit on the bench. The other major problem (has been all year), is Jack Johnson. He has not been good for years and has been awful since we got him. The problem is Sullivan is a very hot and cold coach. Meaning, if he likes you, he will play you no matter what and if he doesn't like you, there will be problems. People say that Kessel is in a decline (he is) and that there was nothing he could do for the Pens anymore. I disagree and it is obvious from a follower's perspective that Sullivan did not like Kessel's laid back mentality to the game and he wedged him and Malkin apart. Malkin had a huge interview about it and how it affected his play in Kessel's final year with the Pens. Sullivan is a good coach, but does not know how to adapt and continues to try and play the same way he did when they won B2B cups. Sullivan has hit his expiration date with the Penguins and will be gone if they don't make it to at least the Conference Finals let alone make it to the actual playoffs.
Forum: Armchair-GM15 mai 2020 à 10 h 42
Sujet: Newpit