Sunday, May 14, 2006

On this Mother's Day...

Anyone else feel like a defensive parent when watching the talking heads on the tube talk down the Senators?

We're allowed to call them spoiled, rotten brats because they're ours, but when someone else does, thems fighting words.


At 7:52 PM, Anonymous jck said...

Darren Millard was professional enough to yell


after a pack on game 5, fack you sportsnet.

At 12:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How much money was wasted curbing favor with the officiating?

All that money spent on 2 man advantages....What a waste of money!

Chris Neil's Stick to Ryan Miller's Head....What Stick?


Take away all the timely 2 man advantages and constant power plays and how many goals would the Senators even score....Then you wouldn't have the one goal losses to fall back on...."Well at least they were close to winning all the games and the Sabres got the lucky goal or bounce." Riiiiight....Try even with the refs in their back pocket the Sabres still fought through it with heart and perservered through it all....The better team definitely won....The refs made it look closer than it was....Try scoring when it's five on five and tell me how close it is....

I don't know if it was the league pushing the refs to keep a canadien team in the playoffs because it's good for hockey or if the Sens footed the bill but it didn't work....One down One left.

And if it was the Sens that paid then maybe they should have spent their money on players that care and play with a little passion....Just a thought.

At 3:05 PM, Anonymous Rangers in 16 said...

take it from a long suffering Ranger fan, who spent Mother's day in Ottawa, hoping for a game 6 to attend on Monday:
at least you guys made it into round 2 and fought close games Vs a team which wants it more.
Clearly, these guys had an edge over your club from game one.
Much better to be beaten by a surging young offensive minded team in the second round, than by the antithesis of Hockey in the first....


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