Last night I did something I haven’t done in at least a year. I sat on my couch and just watched the Ranger game. No goal breakdown. Limited tweeting (we will get to that). No gifs. Nothing. Just sat and watched as a fan of the team. Suffice it to say, I was not overly happy with what I saw. And after reviewing Twitter last night, I see a bunch of you feel the same way. There was a wide range of emotions last night.
Three goals in a minute to a team with like 3 legit scorers. Embarrassing.
— David Shapiro (@BlueSeatBlogs) January 15, 2017
Ok I lied. I ranted on Twitter after that one minute stretch in the third. That’s the first tweet. Read if you dare.
Shaw hit on Fast pic.twitter.com/vstKmuwIRW
— steph (@myregularface) January 15, 2017
“We need to fix our team character.”
“I have an idea! Let’s trade for Andrew Shaw!”
“Brilliant! Also let’s get rid of that awful P.K. Subban. Kids in hospitals don’t want to see him smiling around them and making them feel better!”
— Kurt (@kurt1124) January 15, 2017
All of Nash's many groins seem to be in working order.
— Beth Boyle Machlan (@bethmachlan) January 15, 2017
— becky (@bhabs37) January 15, 2017
When Becky makes mistakes she calls herself out. Side note: She also talks to herself. Her head also rotates a full 360 degrees. Someone find a priest.
dude I just don't get how many times this team watches players wide open in front of their net yet never correct it.
— Jeff (@jeffgunz85) January 15, 2017
Me neither, Jeff.
it would've been nice had AV taken a timeout when it was 3-3. Momentum clearly was on the swing
— Nathan (@BEAVER15) January 15, 2017
Yea I don’t know why he didn’t. He still had the timeout, the challenge in the first was successful.
and here lies the problem. Mohawk = Awesome. Man Bun = Turnover Machine
— Ross Kriegsman (@RossKBeach) January 15, 2017
Perhaps we’ve identified the real problem with Kevin Klein.
Leaving it with that one, since it’s funny. Two days off to fix things before back at it on Tuesday. Hopefully they remember how to play hockey for a full 60 minutes."Twitter recap: One minute in Montreal",