I've noticed frustration seems to be a growing trend amongst Hockeybuzz bloggers. Most of it is probably warranted. The impression I get lately by reading this site is there are alot of teams straight up playing like garbage. So many reads of 'This team has no heart whatsoever", or "Cue the generic post game interview".
Don't get me wrong here, I really enjoy the blogging on this sight. It's pretty cool to have access to grassroots coverage of teams around the league. It's interesting to read about organizations from their perspective and fan perspective.
Maybe this just means there are too many teams and not enough solid players to fill 30 rosters. And we end up watching a bunch of plugs, hoping they can compare to solid teams that are few and far between. Say every four years.
I say these poor performances and subsequent blogging frustration is a symptom of a disease the NHL is suffering from. It's a bigger issue than the Rangers, Sens, Bruins, or Kings lately.
It's not parity or the salary cap. It's having too many roster spots to fill in the league so we end up watching Matt D'Agostini and Robert Nilsson take regular shifts night in and night out.
Anyway, Go Habs!