Last edited by solovsfett; 02-22-2019 at 10:13 PM.
Defense is an absolute dumpster fire.
I wanted to comment on the game tonight, but figured it was just much easier to drink whiskey and then just keep drinking.
That was utterly depressing.
Glad that Blomquist was able to get some game time tonight though.
Wisko, Are you aware that Tony actually did that today? A 54 year old man challenging a player on his team to a fight. A no win situation for a college player.
So...obviously something happened after the game. Wisko is not prone to hyperbole from what I know...
Jesus, as if Wisconsin Hockey could use anymore gd bull****.
IF this challenge happened I donít just want Granato fired I want the entire staff ****canned.
Oseicki isnít cutting it and Strobel doesnít have it.
Imagine if you will, the phone calls to Turcotte, Holloway, Donovan et al right now. That dream class could be halved by an Eavesesque moment of stupidity from Granato.
Something has been off for two years with this team. Is it a lack of buy-in from Eaves players? Is it terrible coaching?
If this rumor is true it will take years to undo the damage. Itís already been 23 years since UW was a power. Add another 5 easy just to fix the reputation.
Not one kid being recruited has seen Wisconsin as a powerhouse. Itís all ancient history to them. Ugh.
I really hope this is a rumor but...
The other thing is, when Eaves pushed Leavitt orcwhatever transpired there, the Burish freshman class immediately stood behind Eaves and became real leaders.
Does anyone get that same sense of buy-in and loyalty from anyone on this team re: Tony G or Oseicki?
That 'one post' Iron City follows it with an accusation against Tony seems to me to be a pretty good troll job.
Unless of course on the very, very, off-off chance it isn't, (which would be such a mind boggling coincidence I almost hope it isn't) we can take comfort in the fact that after the last hotel hallway fight, the Badgers won about 75 games over the next 3 years.
No idea why Jack was disciplined, but at this time of year it is pretty disappointing. The game wasn't disappointing, it was embarrassing.
What I don't get is Achan being "disciplined" by just being moved off his line. Seems like that is a pretty strange move. Either skate the kid after practice and then play him or just sit him down seems like the more usual thing. Of course I have no idea what type of infraction we're talking about with either of them, or how minor it might be, so I probably shouldn't judge too much without the facts.
Emberson ended the night even in +/- despite playing huge minutes with Inamoto going down in the first. I'd have to re-watch to see if that was all just luck or if he really stood tall. Emberson is the one super consistent guy so it probably wasn't just luck, but there's absolutely no way I'm re-watching any of that game to confirm.
--Also, has anybody considered the idea that perhaps most all the players have joined some sort of quasi-religious group in which Friday is held out as a day of rest? Because that would explain a lot.
Oh man.... I got punked badly. Ugh
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