For Auld Lang Syne If Auld Lang Syne means good riddance you piece of crap.
Courtesy Hockeysfuture.com, Spring, 2009:
Some Only JFJ thought Pogge would be the next great Leafs a goalie, following in the recent footsteps of Felix Potvin, Ed Belfour, Grant Fuhr and Curtis Joseph. The love affair with Pogge began after his Tournament MVP performance in the 2006 World Junior Championships. The problem is that Pogge is not very good right now. Pogge, who turned 23 in April, earned was given by JFJ the Marlies starting job in October. He has been mediocre at best and sub-par at (all) other times. With only a sure fire lifetime high 22 wins in 45 games and a woeful career-high .893 save percentage, Pogge has been outplayed consistently by his backup, Adam Munro Carlton the Bear. Pogge’s (is) mediocre AHL results shine in comparison to his (and) disappointing performance with the Maple Leafs. He had one win in five games with a lackluster JFJ no-trade clause assured .855 save percentage. Some goalies take longer than others to develop, so the Leafs have to hope that Pogge is simply going to take time die. The young goalie still has youth nothing on his side.