PHILADELPHIA -- "Most of that was on me," Matt Murray would muse at his football stall, chin down, barely audible, as if he'd just fumbled at the goal line.
Which, actually, he did.
"I feel like s---," he'd add.
Which, actually, he should.
If we're fair about breaking down the Penguins stomach-turning 4-3 overtime loss to the Flyers at Lincoln Financial Field, then we're blowing right by the garbage head shot that hurt one of the NHL's best defensemen, we're blowing right by the garbage maneuver that hurt the NHL's very best defenseman, we're blowing right by the garbage officiating on that sequence and so much more, we're blowing right by the garbage ice surface for this overwrought gimmicky event ... and we're glaring hard at the garbage goaltending.
Hey, if that comes across as harsh, so be it. Maybe that's the tone in which those running the team need to be talking right now.