Brodeur and the Devils shut out the Stars

Though, not to discredit the Devils, it wasn’t too hard to do.  The Devils played a great defensive game, getting Brodeur one shut out closer to having the most shut outs in the history of the NHL.

The Stars were awful, just awful.  We had one glimpse of happiness Monday, only to have it quickly taken away.  After letting in 3 goals, Turco was pulled and poor Stephan was sent in to deal with the mess that is the Stars defense.  I can’t put the blame on Turco completely, he had no support with the defense.  None.   Razor said Ludy must be wanting to puke, and he looked like it.  I was close.  The entire team seemed to take one sophomore defenseman’s take on the game which is just stand there and watch as everything happens around you.

So far, in 7 games the Stars have allowed 29 goals, the worst in the NHL.  That’s an average of 4.14 goals a game.  What the hell is going on?

I don’t even know what else to say.

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5 Responses to “Brodeur and the Devils shut out the Stars”

  1. Myra Says:

    I don’t know what to think at this point. I mean, who was that team, anyway?

  2. Lori Says:

    I don’t know what needs to happen, but whatever it is better happen quick. I can’t take many more nights of this. My friend who lives in Austin & had to work late DVR’d the game & I told her to just hit delete – it wasn’t worth wasting her time too. I’ll be at the game Saturday & the Stars’ team I know better be there!!

  3. Caitlin Says:

    what in the hell.

    seriously, i will cry buckets of tears if we lose on saturday.

  4. Jen Says:

    Agreed Lori, about Saturday. Otherwise it might be like, 10-0 with Ovie getting 9 goals.

  5. Kristine Says:

    That was just embarrassing. It’s so frustrating to be a fan of a team that can’t seem to hold it together.

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