I tried to think back and I just can't remember, but I think in the nine years I've had season tickets, last night was the first game I've missed. I have this horrendous chest cough thing and add in the commute I have for a game, and I would have been looking at 4-5 hours of sleep. My sick body needed more than that so I skipped. I know, bad fan.
It sounded like a good one, I was mostly listening to Westie, though I was nodding off the 2nd half of the game. BTW, I slept great, I regret nothing--except maybe seeing Feser's shorty in person. Apparently it was quite the goal. Good to have McCue back as well.
“I think Justin Feser is the most valuable player in the Western Conference,” Vancouver coach Don Hay said. “He plays hard on both ends of the ice. He’s out there on the penalty kill and the power play. He made a big difference in the game.”----------
[...]“We knew Vancouver would be a tough challenge,” Feser said. “Coming off overtime losses to Portland and Seattle, we know they will compete every night. Their record doesn’t show what they bring to the table. We have to respect them.”
[...]“Those are tons of fun,” Feser said of short-handed goals (he has four this season). “You don’t get to try it too often and you hope you can pull it off.” (Herald)
AZ--thank you thank you thank you. And check your email :)