Me + Jeff Carter = Serious Bromance…only problem is he doesn’t know I exist.
Anze Kopitar still wants that one timer in the first period back. Poor Kopi. He was snakebitten tonight.
Dustin Brown has started hitting again. That’s good. Notice when Brown is hitting, he’s also scoring.
The low-release is my favorite offensive play. It is horror (pronounces haw-ra) for goaltenders. Have to follow the puck from behind, to the front and still pick up its release off the shooter’s stick, often from a one-timer. Our first goal was a low release that Brownie buried. My heart pittered and pattered.
Jonathan Bernier looked good…actually, he looked great. I hope he gets a lot more starts because, if it is based on merit, JB has earned it so far. Bernier’s hybrid style reminds me of a young Martin Brodeur.
Jake Muzzin makes me nervous when he has the puck. So does Ellerby. Drewiske does not. Davis had a good game and is fitting the “average defenseman that doesn’t hurt you” role.
Shut up Iginla! Yeah, you!! (He was talking smack to my bromance)
It’s not every day you sweep an entire Canadian province. Up yours Alberta. Bring on the Tigers and Eskimos.
Crap, I just realized we only beat Edmonton and Calgary. Still, two in a row…
Scribe’s three stars:
3. Dustin Brown
2. Jonathan Bernier
1. Jeff Carter (bias)
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