Petshark: Talking Stick
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I attended the Bulls game as a ticket holder last Sunday with a bunch of friends. We had a wonderful time, though watching the Bulls get beaten by Bakersfield put a damper on it. I went ahead and bought an orange hoodie. I don't buy much fan gear but I can always use another hoodie. I spent yesterday afternoon curled up in a blanket wearing that hoodie watching Chicago beat the Kings before NBC let me watch the Flyers lose. On my way to SF, I got to listen to Worcester lose to the Booshed-up Phantoms too. I started the day in a bad mood, those games did not help.
The Bulls went to Stockton Friday with a revamped roster, working four new players into the mix. They play Stockton again today, making three in a row against the same team. The new Bulls lost that first game to Stockton. The team wasn't all there though: Scott Langdon, Alternate Captain and much relied-on defenseman, was serving the second of a two game suspension. His absence was felt. For the second game in a row, goalie Taylor Nelson was pulled after a brutal quartet of goals against, to be replaced by Bryan Hince. For a more thorough review of that game, I refer you to someone who was there: Paul Gackle.
Saturday, Taylor Nelson started in goal again. Curcio put Galiardi, Sivak and Dean Ouellet on a line together again. Morrison, Trudeau and Christian Ouellet made up another line. The change Curcio did make was to go with five defensemen instead of six. That made sorting out the pairings a little difficult for me, like guessing a 5-digit lock combination. Likewise the lower forward lines, with two additional players to rotate in... I was at a loss to keep track. It didn't matter. The Bulls had their game on last night.