If season ticket sales go up yet again on the back of this season's performances then I can only assume a large amount of the current fanbase need a labotomy Still the Friday & Saturday night out crowd will still come... Win win for Neil Black...
If the Panthers say good morning I would check my watch
Post by nottinghamsenator on Feb 14, 2019 22:45:52 GMT
No one goes to the net in this team, it’s always behind, to the point, behind, to the point, bad lane, bad shot, clearance and then a rinse and repeat. Contrast with Guildford, tight odd man rushes with cover for the puck carrier, a player crashing in front for th second after a move behind. We’re lacking any nous around the net. First period we were playing with a nice tempo but we didn’t turn up for the other two. Crap display and quite rightly not in the final.
"It's going to come away for the Panthers, to Matt Francis! He's going to skate through and he's going to score and Nottingham have the League!!!"
Guilford were far superior over the two legs. They have shown skill, speed and desire to deservedly reach the Challenge Cup Final. Good luck to them. We simply look like we wish the season was over. No real game plan, no leadership either on the ice or behind the bench, no clue as to what to do to be in contention on any given night. Ask this simple question. Irrespective of our final top eight position, who would you honestly fancy us to beat over two legs ? Cardiff, Belfast, Glasgow, Guildford, Fife, Dundee, Manchester, Coventry or even our Whippet Racing Cousins from South Yorkshire ? No, unfortunately Milton Keynes don't look like they will make the cut. Perhaps Coach Strachan would like to pick his ideal opponent.
By the way, if there were 3,999 spectators at the game then I am the next British negotiator for Brexit. Then again listening to the Panthers post match summaries are quite like the Brexit fiasco. Lots of hot air and twaddle but no substance or credibility. Perhaps Boris Johnson fancies himself as an ice hockey coach ?