- January 07, 2013 - 07:48
I'd say two for sure, Burmistrov and Redmond. The rest of them have not shown they deserve a shot at this point. Injuries have played a big part in the mediocrity this season. That and the fact that the league was better with every team having a number of NHL players on each roster. We really only had Burmistrov, so with the strike now over and a number of injuried players coming back they should........should, do well down the stretch. They still have more then 40 games to play and held in playing .500 hockey to this point. They still are capable of making the playoffs.
- January 06, 2013 - 21:40
Just not a very good team this year folks. Absolutely below average. Tickets should be easy to get (and cheap) now that people will be staying home to watch the NHL.
- Whaddaya At ?
- January 06, 2013 - 20:13
Not making excuses for the IceCaps, but, let's face it, they've been playing without several key players for quite some time. The IceCaps will get back on track when those players get back.
- January 06, 2013 - 18:29
Pretty discouraging now this late into the season. No matter how much support their fans give them and stick by them, it's too late. Not going to attend any more games this Winter; not worth the hassle of trying to get a parking space. Better luck next year, hopefully.
- Robert P Tucker
- January 06, 2013 - 15:52
Now that the NHL is back, how many of the Ice Caps will be recalled to Winnipeg ?