Marty Turco had plenty to say after Saturday night's game, and a lot of it was directed at the guys in front of him.
"For what I do, it seems I have guys trying to be goalies and going after pucks. We need guys to take men and give us lanes to see them. It’s getting old. Disheartening. I don’t want to change my game around that. We've been able to do this before. Whether we're pressing or feel the need to do everything out there, it just doesn’t work."
"I don't see these shots, I don't get a chance to see the guy shooting the puck."
On the Phil Kessel goal: "Mark (Fistric) is trying his (butt) off, there's so much pressure on him. But you have to look a guy in the chest."
"Maybe it comes down to a trust issue. Maybe they don't trust me to make a save. That I could actually believe."
Now Turco's counterpart Tim Thomas had his share of traffic, bodies, etc., in front of him and his outing was just fine. I think you've just got to be careful before you start calling out your teammates.