Oh my, things going bad for Wings. Players getting pissed at each other, this series could be over.
That is bad news...I wonder who turned on who, and how bad it'll mess with morale?
I know Ozzie wasn't too happy. On a couple of those goals he looked furious, but for some reason it didn't look like he was mad at himself.
EDIT: However, as long as no one resorted to personal attacks, the fighting could help. We know they're all friends on that team, and I don't think some "lack of composure" will hurt them unless someone let loose with some really cheap shots.
So long as it was stuff like "Well, maybe next time you should actually play defense!" we'll be fine. Maybe even energized because players will want to redeem themselves.
Edited by VM1138, 05 June 2009 - 09:47 AM.
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