Miller Time wrote:Lou is definitely resembling Sanford more than himself. It seems as though he is still slow moving to the right, because teams keep on setting up the one timers off the right side, especially on the powerplay and they are going in more than I feel good about. Is this still a groin issue?
Like Sundin, he will probably be well on his way to getting back into form when the press writes a story writing off him, his wife, his kid, his car, his house and his boat. When the press writes the penultimate "Luongo sucks" story he will look great but still let in three goals. The final "Luongo sucks" story will include stories from his upbringing whereby his childhood barber notes he was "timid". Then he will get three shutouts in a row and the press will claim they predicted it.
You know he is trying harder than anybody else. He may not trust his groin 100%, that is the nature of groin (and tendon) injuries, but that is unlikely the issue.
A good comeback tonight. No complaints here. I thought they were in tough against a pretty determined Phoenix team but they still managed to come back.
That Ohlund penalty which I agree 100% was a penalty, was crap. You can't call a penalty 17 minutes after it happens and AFTER it is shown on the jumbotron. And if you do, it has to go both ways.
Jovo looked like he was in a mood.