Bulldogs end of season recap

After our last game, I got to thinking about this season overall with the Bulldogs.  It was our first in Copper, and while we won some good games, we also didn’t play up to expectations.  I was hoping we would at least get a playoff spot, but you don’t do that losing 6 games out of 10 in a season.  We finished with 57 goals for which will end up being about 3rd in the league out of 8 teams.  Our 57 goals against will rank 6th out of 8 teams, which was horrible.  That says defensively, we struggled this season.  I can say from my standpoint, I didn’t play very well this season overall.  Too many weak goals and my confidence waivering.  I have a good feeling about next session as to the new guys we are bringing on.  The bad thing is our defense isn’t improving next session.  I just don’t know what to expect to be honest with you.

One thing I have to say is that I expect a lot better things out of myself next session with the Bulldogs.  I owe them a lot better than they got this session and I don’t care how hard I have to work, I am going to improve.

3 thoughts on “Bulldogs end of season recap

  1. avataranonymous

    Let me respond to your earlier message and say your my favorite goalie. Well your my only goalie but still my favorite. I enjoy playing in front of you each game and you are big part of the team. The GA is something we need to talk about. Jeremy and I had a better GAA then Adam and Mike and they are very good defensemen. Cooper/Bronze/Silver level. But we still had a horrible GAA. I believe the answer is TEAM DEFENSE. Our forwards need to be more committed to the concept of putting pressure on the puck carrier. This is probably a subject for another forum but I wanted throw in my two cents. I’m looking forward to next session and I will see you on the 27th.

  2. avatarcbdudek

    Team Defense is a good start, but I am a firm believer that I can play better than I did. I have had varying levels of success throughout my short career. In that time, I have had both good and bad seasons. I consider this one to be a bad one, but it is not the teams’ fault. I consider myself to be responsible for some of the weak goals I was giving up. I just feel that I have to stop those shots. Seems that I was giving up one of those weak goals per game, and when other goalies are not giving those up, they are killer goals.

    Maybe I was playing too much this season, which I admit I was playing a lot. Maybe it was because I put too much pressure on myself to be perfect. My confidence was high most of the time, and then low at times during the games/season. Mainly because I want so much to prove to myself and others that I can play this game.

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