Huh? Speaking out of my arse? Last season, we were one of the league leaders in man games lost. I doubt it's much better this year.
The team is fragile physically.
... because of injuries to Bertuzzi, Samuelsson, Colaiacovo, and Helm, who collectively accounted for the vast majority of the team's man-games lost to injury. With the exception of Helm (who was injured before the season began), the injuries during that season almost exclusively struck the team's less important players. The team's five best players (Datsyuk, Zetterberg, Franzen, Ericsson, and Kronwall) missed a combined 12 games to injury, and Brunner, Cleary, Filppula, and Abdelkader, who typically rounded out the 2nd line and the 2nd PP unit, combined for ten more. That amounts to a total of 22 games lost between the nine of them.
So yes, you're speaking from your arse.
Anaheim is actually 2nd in the league in man games lost. Pittsburgh is first.
Yet both teams have handled it well, wouldn't you say?
With the exception of Koivu, Anaheim's major injuries have been to generally unimportant players. Do your research. Pittsburgh has suffered numerous injuries, yes, but having far and away the best player on the planet really helps a team win games.