You're right in the fact Leddy played well last night. However, I'm not going to take one solid game from him when the pairings were played with so much to get off my stance of the 'Hawks needing to pick up a more solid D-man. Rumors are saying that may happen today. As far as the PP goes, I don't care of Eric Daze is scoring the goals, as long as they're going in. If they trotted out Marty Turco on the point and it's successful, fine by me. Havlat wasn't much after he ran into the boards hard with Brouwer and skated off gingerly. Hossa was a beast last night and it was good to see him show up and play so well. More of this, please.
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Damn Jeff, I started writing a "Win won for the Q-uipper," piece last night. Torn between emphathy or "you don't think this team is tearing our insides up too?" Gut it out big boy. I know I'm missing something, like half a brain perhaps, but I thought Leddy looked good last night. I realize I'm in the 1% of fans who feels this way. Is it just me, or is our second PP unit actually our first PP unit? Did Havlat disappear last night? I ussually notice him on the ice, but as I drove home i couldn't recall him doing much. Your I'm so glad I found you was the best part of the boxing. Hossa played like one of the 10 best players in the league last night.