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 GDT: NY Islanders @ Edmonton (Game #40) [message #816161]
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 Re: GDT: NY Islanders @ Edmonton (Game #40) [message #816162 is a reply to message #816161 ]
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I’ll be asleep after the team Canada game. Super tired. Hope oilers win this one


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 Re: GDT: NY Islanders @ Edmonton (Game #40) [message #816163 is a reply to message #816162 ]
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Depends which Oilers team shows up. They are showing a good effort to start... hopefully they keep it up.


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 Re: GDT: NY Islanders @ Edmonton (Game #40) [message #816164 is a reply to message #816161 ]
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forgot about Drai


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 Re: GDT: NY Islanders @ Edmonton (Game #40) [message #816165 is a reply to message #816164 ]
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Canada wins!!


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 Re: GDT: NY Islanders @ Edmonton (Game #40) [message #816166 is a reply to message #816161 ]
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After watching WJC final, I was ready for a huge loss of pace in watching an Oilers game. I'm pleasantly surprised with this 1st period. Cannot let up a bit here.


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 Re: GDT: NY Islanders @ Edmonton (Game #40) [message #816168 is a reply to message #816161 ]
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Shorty by Yamo. That's a little too on the head.


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 Re: GDT: NY Islanders @ Edmonton (Game #40) [message #816170 is a reply to message #816161 ]
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Horrible shift for the McLeod line and the D, and of course the shot gets through. First period urgency wasn't there.


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 Re: GDT: NY Islanders @ Edmonton (Game #40) [message #816173 is a reply to message #816170 ]
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That redirect from Clutterbuck was nice, but really Campbell? He was looking at the puck the whole way, even after the deflection. The guy just isn't very good, either that or he's just miles away from being what he can be.

He seems committed to giving up at least a goal every 8 to 9 shots. You can basically call the next goal that he's going to give up...

"Right about....... now..."




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 Re: GDT: NY Islanders @ Edmonton (Game #40) [message #816194 is a reply to message #816173 ]
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HamBlaster wrote on Thu, 05 January 2023 20:44

That redirect from Clutterbuck was nice, but really Campbell? He was looking at the puck the whole way, even after the deflection. The guy just isn't very good, either that or he's just miles away from being what he can be.

He seems committed to giving up at least a goal every 8 to 9 shots. You can basically call the next goal that he's going to give up...

"Right about....... now..."




Someone at the game behind me last night was trying to blame that on Campbell too. That's a massive redirect. I can't blame the goalie on goals like that.

The defenceman who failed to get the puck out on that play (Kulak?) is the most to blame. He's 4 feet from the blue line and he doesn't get it out.



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 Re: GDT: NY Islanders @ Edmonton (Game #40) [message #816195 is a reply to message #816194 ]
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Adam wrote on Fri, 06 January 2023 13:34

HamBlaster wrote on Thu, 05 January 2023 20:44

That redirect from Clutterbuck was nice, but really Campbell? He was looking at the puck the whole way, even after the deflection. The guy just isn't very good, either that or he's just miles away from being what he can be.

He seems committed to giving up at least a goal every 8 to 9 shots. You can basically call the next goal that he's going to give up...

"Right about....... now..."




Someone at the game behind me last night was trying to blame that on Campbell too. That's a massive redirect. I can't blame the goalie on goals like that.

The defenceman who failed to get the puck out on that play (Kulak?) is the most to blame. He's 4 feet from the blue line and he doesn't get it out.



Hockey Gods be praised any time Campbell finishes over .900.

That was a good game by almost everyone. Maybe partly because the Islanders played like crap, but whatever, saw some good defensive effort by the whole team.



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 Re: GDT: NY Islanders @ Edmonton (Game #40) [message #816199 is a reply to message #816195 ]
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Kr55 wrote on Fri, 06 January 2023 14:34

Adam wrote on Fri, 06 January 2023 13:34

HamBlaster wrote on Thu, 05 January 2023 20:44

That redirect from Clutterbuck was nice, but really Campbell? He was looking at the puck the whole way, even after the deflection. The guy just isn't very good, either that or he's just miles away from being what he can be.

He seems committed to giving up at least a goal every 8 to 9 shots. You can basically call the next goal that he's going to give up...

"Right about....... now..."




Someone at the game behind me last night was trying to blame that on Campbell too. That's a massive redirect. I can't blame the goalie on goals like that.

The defenceman who failed to get the puck out on that play (Kulak?) is the most to blame. He's 4 feet from the blue line and he doesn't get it out.



Hockey Gods be praised any time Campbell finishes over .900.

That was a good game by almost everyone. Maybe partly because the Islanders played like crap, but whatever, saw some good defensive effort by the whole team.


Campbell could post a shut out in his next start and the fan base would find some fault in his game. Unfortunately he’s going to have to win everyone back one stop at a time, until people feel confident in him again.

Campbell’s performances should be judged game by game for the foreseeable future, and then block by block. His overall numbers no longer matter if you want to keep your sanity.



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 Re: GDT: NY Islanders @ Edmonton (Game #40) [message #816177 is a reply to message #816161 ]
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Look at us trying so hard tonight defensively. Man would be sweet to do it for more than 1 game every couple weeks.


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"Next year I would forecast as another developmental year"
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 Re: GDT: NY Islanders @ Edmonton (Game #40) [message #816200 is a reply to message #816177 ]
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Kr55 wrote on Fri, 06 January 2023 04:30

Look at us trying so hard tonight defensively. Man would be sweet to do it for more than 1 game every couple weeks.

Right! Also. Campbell was decent. He’s been solid his last three starts. We need more of this



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