Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Don't Look Back In Anger, Marty

Whenever Martin Brodeur decides to retire he will go down as one of the best goaltenders ever to play the game. That’s why I can’t figure out for the life of me why he let Sean Avery get into his head. Clearly, by not shaking hands with Avery at the conclusion of the Rangers-Devils’ series, Marty showed just how unglued he had become. Hard to believe. I thought the Rangers were going to win this series, but did not bank on New York being able to get to a veteran the way they did. I’ll be interested to see if Avery can do that in the next round against Pittsburgh’s Marc-Andre Fleury or Montreal’s Carey Price.


Rob Adams said...

I was shocked by Marty's reactions. I thought he was classier than that. Guess he's entitled to a bad moment, but he really came off as a whiner. Too bad.

By the way, (What's the Story) Morning Glory is a great CD!

Sean G. Kilkelly said...

Yeah one of my favorite albums!