Demise of the Broad Street Bullies
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06-30-2012, 12:03 PM
Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: Mission Hill
Originally Posted by
wrote a chapter in his book
that I think best describes the reality of what really went down. An objective perspective from someone who subjectively had skin in the game and a front row seat.
could play. They werent all about intimidation & violence however, it was a "big" part of their game, no question about it. But even still,
Leach, Clarke, Parent,
when he wasnt going all
these guys were good solid tough as nails players who stuck together like glue. In Montreal they encountered a club that was superior at every position, and not one you messed with physically, one that simply
Indeed, I rate that
team, circa 72-79, as being the
and here I am a
from an era when they were winning Cups.
I'm a Bruins fan who suffered through those years and I also agree, this was probably one of the best teams
for a few years.
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