It feels like you can never figure out this team. One day, you're mad and then they slowly wave the hand around and you forget all about it. Ryan Ginand came back from Houston earlier this week, so it meant that someone had to stay dressed like a sir, that being Sgroi. "Voltron" Hetenyi once again showed us he may not stay long. It seems like he knows how to use the force to the fullest, slapping the puck 30 feet in the air or mysteriously forcing the forwards to completely miss an open shot. Plus, whenever the Solar Bears need a quick boost, he just needs to tap his stick on the ice three times and the magically play better.
Sevs had a great game, despite being crushed on the board and taking a skate blade to the face, he was still able to be the only one score the entire game. The captain was quiet in this game and the defense is slowly learning how to play defense. Guess that's what playing the trap allows: an easier way to play keep-away.
The sweaters they put on looked pretty sweet. Besides the old school ones, they may the best one they decked out all season. Seeing Darth Vader working some dark side magic in bringing Alan Bester for a cameo (not really) was pretty cool. I kind of find it sad that I saw the Star Wars characters way more often than Shades tonight, maybe that's why Darth Vader was choking him in the beginning.
If it wasn't for the fact the Voltron recorded the first shutout for the Bears in the ECHL, this game would probably have been a bit of a snoozer. Yes, there were flashes of excitement and the force wouldn't allow us to feel bored, but hey, we won, and they didn't play gangam style.
(But Seal, they did play the harlem shake)