Monday, May 21, 2007

The funny thing is

Teemu Selanne is only one player on the Ducks that can referred to as an offensive powerhouse, or even an offensive threat. And halfway through the first overtime period, he found himself alone in front of the net with the puck at his stick and only Hasek to beat.

Game over.

Now, this may not be the Ducks year because of their lack of big game forwards. But if the Ducks add one or two offensive players next year (assuming they re-sign Selanne) and maintain their so-good-it's-not-even-close-to-fair pair of 30 minute D-men (Pronger and Neidermayer), who in the NHL can stop them?

3 comments:

Earl Sleek said...

Teemu Selanne is only one player on the Ducks that can referred to as an offensive powerhouse, or even an offensive threat.

Funny, I wouldn't think that a team with five 25-goal scorers would get described like this.

3 Grumpy Caps fans said...

Yeah, a balanced offense is all well and good... until you get to the playoffs and need guys that can bury the puck with a single opportunity. Selanne has always been one of those players. There isn't another one on the offensive side of the roster.

That's the point I was trying to make, but you're right, I should have worded it differently.

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