For all the troubles that the Bruins have had this season, at least Tim Thomas and Tuukka Rask have been solid. The Philadelphia Flyers, losers of two straight, cannot say that about their current goalie situation.
"I have zero confidence in myself right now," declared Philadelphia Flyers goalie Ilya Bryzgalov following his team's 9-8 (!) loss to the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday night.
"I can't stop the puck, it's very simple," he continued, in a self-deprecating rant that is as eye-opening for Bryzgalov's candor as it is for how hard he is on himself.
Bryzgalov called himself "terrible," and to be honest, after allowing four goals on only 10 shots, he might have a point. His teammate Sergei Bobrovsky wasn't much better, though, as he allowed another five goals to the Jets on 15 shots.
Video of Bryzgalov's rant is below, courtesy of Flyers TV.