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08-18-2010, 12:44 PM
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Originally Posted by ThomasJ13 View Post
Fair enough. Then all of this is opinion. I just find it interesting that whenever I discuss the Bruins with non-Bruins fans, or listen to breakdowns of the 09-10 season by non-Bruin hockey analysts, their opinions tend to be that injuries affected the fate of the 09-10 Bruins season moreso than many other teams. I seem to only hear or read the 'suck it up, all teams have injuries' mantra from Bruin fan opinions. Just wondering why that is, and which perspective might have more validity. Might be nice to get a more objective breakdown, if one is even possible.
What has more value to you? The opinions of a collective group of people who've seen just about every second of every Bruins season year over year, or a casual fan/analyst who's seen maybe a handful of B's games? To me, it sounds like you want to believe the non-fans/analysts because their opinion more closely echos your own. If that's the case, I think you can figure out the answer to your question...

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