This has got to stop. Now we're even losing to New York teams. And not just losing to New York teams, but getting creamed by New York teams. 6-1 is just unacceptable.
Bottom line is, we're still cold, and it looks like we are going to stay cold forever.
Last night's game started out pretty bad. Nine minutes in, New York scored on a very wierd goal. The puck some how bounced into the net after a bad centering pass from behind the Bruins goal. A few minutes later, Patrice Bergeron scored a very nice power play goal to tie up the game. Right before the first period cam to a close, NY scored, giving them the lead.
New York scored early in the second period, and to everyone's surprise, coach Lewis pulled Thomas and put in Toivonen. Hannu didn't do any better then Thomas, as he quickly let up a goal when a Bruins turnover led to a New York shorthanded goal.
6:26 into the third period, A Ranger penalty shot gave the Rangers a four goal lead. Then a minute later, New York scored on a power play when Nylander's very nice shot went past Toivonen. It was nice though to see Nylander get nailed into the net afterwards though. And the Bruins lost 6-1.
We need to start turning the season around NOW!