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#1956480 4/24 OOT Playoff Gameday

Posted by TheOwl on 24 April 2010 - 05:25 PM

Why do they not deserve it?

They don't deserve it because they didn't work hard to become a good team. No work ethic. They sucked for half a decade, got some primo draft picks for being one of the worst teams in the league, and now only 3 seasons later, you think they deserve to win a cup? Teams who become good on premium picks alone don't deserve to win.

#1937963 Howard Becomes Yet Another Different Wings Playoff Starter

Posted by TheOwl on 11 April 2010 - 07:03 PM

Let Osgood start and play him until he loses a game, then get rid of him next season.

#1936737 Henrik Sedin laying it down for Ovechkin

Posted by TheOwl on 10 April 2010 - 11:30 PM

Any points earned in this game should be erased. Calgary isn't even trying. Just end the game, this is unfair to Ovechkin, who deserves both titles because hes played 7 less games.

#1936731 Henrik Sedin laying it down for Ovechkin

Posted by TheOwl on 10 April 2010 - 11:12 PM

I think Ovechkin would be happy with just the goal scoring trophy. Art Ross is a lesser trophy, but he must win the scoring title!

#1934603 Any Word on Hossa's injury?

Posted by TheOwl on 08 April 2010 - 02:19 AM

^ He's one of the largest parts and why we didn't win. Osgood and the D did their job. Our offense did not. And who was getting paid 7.45 million a season to score? Hossa. If blame was a cake, Hossa would be eating the biggest piece. That's a fact. He totally choked. And I hope he chokes again. Hossa wants a Cup, but he doesn't want to work for it. He jumped ship to Pittsburgh, he missed his chance. He then jumped to Detroit, he missed his chance. Then he jumped ship to Chicago, and if their is a God, he'll miss his chance again. He doesn't deserve a cup. Maybe when he puts in the time, the work, with a team, who really deserves it, maybe then. But not now.

Chicago doesn't deserve the cup, because they haven't worked hard for it. How does playing poorly for over half a decade, getting handed a slew of premium draft picks for playing badly, suddenly make you a deserving team? Chicago, Washington and Pittsburgh all fall into this category.

If Detroit doesn't win it, I hope a deserving team wins. A team who's consistently played well over the last decade, made the play-offs a few times, been an actual contender. I would be very happy to see a team like Vancouver, or San Jose win. Teams who've consistently made the play-offs, and built their team through smart management and drafting. No s*** Pittsburgh is a good team, they drafted Fleury (1st overall), Malkin (2nd overall), Crosby (1st overall), in back to back to back years. Wow, what a story of success that is. Any team in the league could be good as them with those high picks.