Cookie La Rue wrote:I'm pretty convinced Burrows has something, a pain left somewhere. He's not really hitting anymore, at least the real ones what we are so used to by him.
We are all hurting, probably because Chicago has been hitting and we haven't (comparatively). Chicago's D has had it really easy for the most part. Other than Rypien pounding on Campbell twice in one shift last night we really haven't hit back.
We're counting on players like Bernier, Pyatt, Hordichuk, Rypien, Burrow and Kesler to get in on the forecheck and finish checks on a consistent basis. That isn't happening.
It certainly isn't over. Every game has been close and this team has been pretty good all year when their back are against the wall. If we show up tomorrow and win, then game seven is back in our building and things are looking a little brighter.