Marty Biron Or Off

steven leahyContributor IApril 1, 2009

UNIONDALE, NY - MARCH 28:  Martin Biron #43 of the Philadelphia Flyers during a break in the action as he waits for a faceoff against the New York Islanders in a National Hockey League game on March 28, 2009 in Uniondale, New York.  (Photo by Paul Bereswill/Getty Images)

          Man, playoff hockey time. This means its time for coaches to make some decisions.

          So if your coach Stevens who's your goalie?Do you go with the guy who brought you to the conference finals last year?

          I say yes Marty gets the nod.Nitty is a great back up and has the ability to take a team into the playoffs. I'm not sure if he will carry you to the finals.

          Biron gives you a little bit more experience.Not much more though. Marty has seen allot of playoff games from the bench in Buffalo.With the Flyers he's played 17 games with a win, lose record of nine and eight.

          With only seven games left expect to see Nitty less and less.The Flyers could use all the points they can get.

           So Biron or off? Either way the orange and black have a great shot at LORD STANLY'S CUP.

 

                                                                                 Written By

                                                                                    Steve Leahy

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