Anaheim Ducks Fans Seeking Positivity at the Quarter Mark

November 23rd, 2009 by SK Leave a reply »
My confidence has been shaken.

In this space, I'm insanely critical of my team.  I'm the first to judge them on a bad night. Heck, I'm the first to judge them on a good night.

I'm critical of them before the game, during the game, and after the game.

But deep down inside, I'm filled with a slight tinge of positivity.

On the outside, I'm disappointed, perplexed, and distraught at this ugly season the Ducks have produced thus far.

On the inside, I'm eternally hopeful.  I'm blind to the ugly numbers, the disturbing trends, the injuries, the rumors, and their name resting at the bottom of the standings.

I can't help it.  There is too much of this team in my heart that says they will find a way to pull through.  The recipe on paper still looks too good to taste this bad.

The timer hasn't gone off yet.

So I hold onto that little bit of positivity.

Lately, tiny pieces of hope flourish during the simple moments within the game.

A glove save.  A blocked shot.  A rush up the ice.

A simple clean pass is enough to make my heart race (this pounding is differ ...

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