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Saturday, January 10, 2009

Going Downhill Fast


Zach Stortini, that must've hurt. I refrained from putting up an image of Stortini injuring his leg because I'm a big Zach Stortini fan and seeing what happened makes me kind of sick to my stomach.

But in other news, Sheldon Souray is injured as well. On top of the Hemsky and Pisani injuries, and with Horcoff playing hurt (and probably Staios too), this team is going downhill and downhill fast. Not because the team doesn't want to win and it's not like the whole team isn't performing. But the team has not played as an entire unit since the Nashville game and scarcely before that.

Stortini may not shoot out the lights, but he's the kind of guy on your team that is willing to do all the things that nobody else is willing to do. Who else is going to take out the trash?

Don't take this the wrong way. I love MacIntyre and Strudwick. But Huggy Bear is a very character guy who actually shows up every damn shift and he's not somebody you're worried about playing against the other team's more skilled players because he's good at getting the puck out of the defensive zone as well.

Out of lineup: Souray, Hemsky, Pisani, Stortini
Playing hurt: Horcoff, Staios

The Oilers better do something and do something fast.

Somebody call Tambellini. Let's make a move. If we don't do something quick, we might as well give up on the season and pack it in for John Tavares. The Islanders already have a head-start on us. Crap.

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Blogger Jeanshorts And Baggedmilk said...

Dude, did you read Brownlee's article today? Turns out Stortini didn't break anything. It's a Christmas miracle.


January 10, 2009 at 5:22 PM

Blogger raventalon40 said...


January 11, 2009 at 12:39 PM


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