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WCQF Game 4 GDT : Ducks 2 @ Red Wings 3 (OT) - (Series tied, 2-2)

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Guest Crymson

Howard isf****** terrible in big games.

He had enough time to get set, instead he gives up the whole net to shoot at. Ugh.

Right, he needed to make two saves low but still had time enough to get set? I get the feeling you've never even touched a piece of goaltender equipment.

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Smith and Quincey are a disaster together. Its not the first time these tow have f***ed up like this.

They've been terrible all season.

We should have traded Smith back when he was our "top" prospect. His value has to have decreased this year.

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Right, he needed to make two saves low but still had time enough to get set? I get the feeling you've even touched a piece of goaltender equipment.

I live in the Midwest. I'd have to drive 1,000 miles to touch goalie equipment. ;)

Howard just has a tendency to go down early.

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Guest Crymson

They've been terrible all season.

We should have traded Smith back when he was our "top" prospect. His value has to have decreased this year.

Hindsight is wonderful, isn't it?

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Guest Crymson

I live in the Midwest. I'd have to drive 1,000 miles to touch goalie equipment. ;)

Howard just has a tendency to go down early.

Given that it was necessary in order to stop the first two shots, going down was the right move. It's the defense's job to take away the shot after a netmouth scramble.

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Guest irishock

Howard just has a tendency to go down early.

Exactly. How many times does this guy fall flat on his ass during a game?

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Going down was the right move. It's the defense's job to take away the shot after a netmouth scramble.

But you can't leave that much of the net open.

And he's got to recognize the play there and see his defense wasn't picking the man up.

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