The eight years Ilya Bryzgalov has remaining in Philadelphia all of a sudden feel a lot longer. Bryzgalov refused to talk to reporters during the team's postseason media day Thursday, but he candidly told a Russian newspaper he was fed up with the scrutiny he was under during his first year with the club. "What I lived through this season I wouldn't wish to an enemy," he said to reporter Natalia Bragilevskaya of SovSport. " ... I need to keep working. I understand the fans. They paid their money and want the show. But many forget that we are not robots, but living people. We have feelings, worries." ... "People are so concentrated on the negative that they only see the bad in me. But I think you need to be kinder to each other."