Saturday, October 3, 2009

Brashear to Dread Playing Home Games

In Allen Muir's third annual wheels off predictions at SI.com he says Donald Brashear is the player most likely to dread playing home games...

"If he'd remained in Washington, Brashear wouldn't have given another thought to last season's despicable mugging of Rangers forward Blair Betts. Problem is, he moved his act to Broadway over the summer where the critical reception for a man who attacked one of their own was less than warm. Good on Rangers fans for proving they're not simply sheep who'll support anyone wearing their laundry."

...unfortunately, I fully expect a hardy booing for Brashear during player announcements tonight. Especially after his less than stellar bout against Goddard last night.

3 comments:

bpette02 said...

I'll be there tonight and sure as shit won't be booing any Rangers during the intros. Even the Toxic Twins will get a pass from me. It's a new season. However, a couple of more bad periods by the Twins and it's go time.

Sean Avery 16 said...

I will be there tonight sittin in the 400s..no ones getting booed my me..and kev do u have any info on if averys going to dress tonight?

NYRFan said...

No word yet. But I'd be shocked if he played.