somehow in south carolina
- Jan 17, 2008
I don't believe for a second that they played him just to find out. They played him because they thought he was the guy that would help them win...you clearly play what you think is your best goalie.
I know this is pointless and beaten to the ground dead horse style, but why bring in a ringer with.. whatever playoff experience (offloading uhh, Jon Quick in the meanwhile, who has some, if that's all that matters) to replace a guy who many firmly believe "saved" the season, bypassing JQ to 20 wins, having the best wins record I think since his coming up, etc. I just will.. never understand the choice to 1) bring Korpi in, or 2) even worse, start him over Copley. I just lost all graces with, and deleted TMac and Rob Block from my contacts after those decisions, esp #2. I would have loved to see Copley start the series, or for F's sake, at least a game (Not game 6; game 5 would have made me happy). At this point the Coach just looks like a bigger loser than our D, but that's just my salty goalie-fan opinion. Copley was bananas that year and should have been rewarded. Korpi will walk. Copley may have gotten slaughtered as well behind our pitiful PK, so perhaps it's unfair, but he should have gotten a start, or THE start, but we'll never know. Maybe Copley plays the same next year and he earns a playoff berth, who knows. I don't even know who our goalie's gonna be!