again, Hak was the reason he was in net b/c "he battled hard" in his first 2 games. Meanwhile Neuvy played a great game in his start. Hakstol needs to learn how to handle goalies and learn the actual rule-book. IMO, he lost the game... Elliot was battling the puck all night and should have been yanked after the 3rd goal - again, Hak.
I was under the weather last night and didn't post through the game, but that was certainly interesting. Not exactly how either team would want the game to go, but the good guys came out on top in the end.
Hartnell-Bonino-Aberg line was really good. As crazy as it is to say, Hartnell has probably been our most consistently high performing forward through three games. Hopefully this line stays together for a bit and can be counted on as a legit option alongside Fors
The worst part of that challenge was that it really wasn't even close. I mean, they showed him looking at it prior to the challenge. If it's even close and failure will cause a penalty to make you go down two against a team that has just roared back to tie with around a minute to go? You eat your challenge.
As for the refs, I don't think it was a horribly officiated game. The calls at the end sucked, but that's from Flyer fan point of view. Watching live I really initially t
Sure Hak is to blame. It's shared.
Elliot gave up 6 goals no way you can not include him in the blame.
He makes some key saves they don't even get to the point of where he even has to challenge.
But he failed to do that. The loss of at least a point with the challenge sure is on Hak.
He should not have challenge that plain and simple.
If it had been the GWer then by all means challenge it.
But you don't risk it challenging f