- just a thought
- April 21, 2011 - 20:18
For some reason there never seem to be accurate write ups when it comes to this Scott Walsh. Also I would have to ask the question that if according to MR. Bray all the team were nervous and the hometown crowd was larger than they were used to playing in front of why is it that ONLY Scott Walsh seems to be penalized for jitters? Also, am I missing something here or is this Scott Walsh the same goalie that Mr. Bray suited up and sat out during last years Telus Cup?Something smells "fishy" here!Oh well hopefully the team keeps it together and ends up with something at the end of the tournament.! ALL the best!!!
- Toby Flanderson
- April 19, 2011 - 08:13
Not sure who was working the shot clock at Mile One last night, but he had several lapses or dozed off on occasion. During one flourish around Scott Walsh, he stopped 6 straight point blank chances, the shot clock added two shots for Halifax and one for St. John's? Scott Walsh faced 40+ shots no doubt. Game could've easily been 10-3 if not for Walsh's heroics. As for the game, the Privateers came out flat and suffered early having to come from behind. I can't understand how a host team can come out flat in front of hometown fans. Hopefully they can bounce back and make a run at playing on the weekend. I think they'll have their hands full with Sam Reinhart and company from Vancouver, 9 points in his first game........Hopefully more fans get out and support our local team, good crowd last night, but we can do better.
- April 19, 2011 - 08:30
WAY TO GO DANNY!!!!!!! WOOHOOO!