Re: Kessel: 4 More Points Vs Montreal: 25 Goals
posted at 2/26/2011 10:04 AM EST
In Response to Re: Kessel: 4 More Points Vs Montreal: 25 Goals
[QUOTE]KESSEL 25 GOALS NAME 1 BRUIN THAT HAS MORE GOALS....LUCIC BUT WITH 7 EMPTY NET GOALS I DONT CONSIDER LUCIC AHEAD OF KESSEL BOTTOM LINE OBJECT OF THE GAME IS TO OUTSCORE YOUR OPPONENT
Posted by bruins8[/QUOTE]
You better correct nhl.com because they have Lucic with 5 en goals, not 7.
Right, outscore your opponant. Kessel is a -19. Oh right, he plays on a terrible team. Oh wait, that's the second worst on his team, only Bozak is worse than him with a -20.
Grabovski is a +8.
Kessel has a better center... well, if
I was 6'6", ripped, talented, skated as fast as Seguin, had the talent of Seguin and had 3 years NHL experience then I would be in the NHL.
You keep suggesting that the Bruins would have won the cup last year with Kessel, and that the Bruins would be better with Kessel. And that's because he has 25 goals this year and he's a former Bruin.
What about Joe Thornton? By your reasoning the Bruins would have been significantly better with Thornton AND
What other players do you like? You must LOVE Kovalev and Pavel Bure must be the biggest heroes you've ever had in your life.
Can you even have that conversation? No, you can't. You are obsessed with Kessel.
And I've told you a million times, yes he can score, yes he is fast, BUT his work ethic and attitude HURT when his team is up against the wall.
Big goals in big games over the last few years. Sturm comes to mind with the goal against Montreal. Recchi comes to mind with several GWG at critical times. When he was a Bruin, Kessel had 6, but Ryder had 7 - and Ryder scored less goals. Krecji also had 6.
Can you get it through your thick skull that more goals at the end of the year doesn't necessarily mean your helping your team to score more?
For example, you can score 137 goals in one season, if you scored them all in ONE GAME your team would only have won ONE game more because of you.
Do you get that? Can you understand that?