Hey Cujo was pretty damn good last night too. Held the Flames to only one goal. (And that was the WHOLE game not just PART of the gaem like Richter )
Plus out of 5 penalty shots this year he's only allowed one goal, including stopping Iginla last night (of course he's on team CANADA so I don't know if that's good or bad. ) (The one goal? That was a SWEET move by Markus Naslund too)
Richter played stellar earlier in the season, and seemed to be slumping a bit just like the rest of the Rangers recently..The two back-to-back wins are very important both for the team's confidence and for their playoff standings.
Damn...8-4..against the Bruins..Not bad at all.
Here's to hoping Richter and the Rangers will forget these first games of 2002 and go back to whooping ass!
"...And I use that to f*ck them some place fairly uncomfortable." "What, like the back of a volkswagen ?" -Mallrats
From what I've heard, nothing would've stopped Bertuzzi from playing for team Canada except that they decided to honor the NHL's suspension. As far as playing international hockey, Bertuzzi's agent said he didn't want to play overseas in the first place....