Worst Loss In Penguins History

Easily. The David Volek game was inexcusable, but it was a one-goal loss in Overtime. This was the biggest all-round failure imaginable, on the biggest stage imaginable, at home, against a #8 seed, when leading 3-2 in the series, with the 1-3 seeds all out of the playoffs and the Conference ripe for the taking. Absolutely pathetic.

Goodbye to Mellon Arena, Sergei Gonchar, Alexei Ponakarovsky, Bill Guerin, Ruslan Fedotenko, and arrogant sportswriters haughtily dismissing any of our legitimate, rational concerns about Marc-Andre Fleury.

Hello summer and no longer worrying about this crap. Full recap tomorrow, when I’m no longer paralyzed with swearing-filled bewilderment.

Countdown to Crosby injury announcement and his subsequent “I’m not gonna make any excuses”: 12 hours.

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One Response to “Worst Loss In Penguins History”

  1. AD Says:

    I’m angry about a number of things. Nothing worse than this:

    Just look at Gonchar’s effort. I mean…..seriously??

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