In your OP you stated that Hansen had "hands of stone" and basically had no finish around the net. Now, you seem to have changed your tune. Is it that Hansen has no finish or is it that, when put in situations with elite-level players, Hansen actually can get the job done?
Oh please, Hansen is one of AV's pet projects, and as such, he lands on the first line with the Sedins. It's not that hard to start racking up points with the Sedins - even Wade Brookbank scored when thrown on a line with them.
Hmm... Rome gets power play time over guys like Ballard, and Rome manages to score two whole goals. Another pet project of AV's... it's enough to make the lesser fan delusional.
As to your comment regarding Rome scoring "two whole goals", you omit the fact that he's only played 3 games. And you also overlook the fact that Rome had another goal called back.
I do agree with your last statement - it is enough to make the lesser fan delusional.
Edited by babych, 12 November 2011 - 02:05 PM.