We're Back! Boston Bruins vs. NY Rangers Part II
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01-20-2013, 12:51 PM
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Moultonborough, NH
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I thought Seguin was fine. If he scored on the breakaway, I doubt anyone would be critical of his performance. He's still not great along the boards, but showed tremendous hustle on the back check and willingness to get in there. No complaints from me.
The weakest link on that line was Marchand, which is to be expected given his lack of play.
Seguin also had a great takeaway which led to said breakaway that was very Bergeron-esque. I just can't agree with those saying he was invisible or bad. I mean.. he's not going to get on the score sheet every game as much as we'd like that
Marchand wasn't too bad I thought. He has a habit of trying to do a little too much with the puck instead of making the safe play (either dumping it or dropping it back to a D).. he also tends to try and force passes to his line mates when they are completely and totally covered.. and while Bergeron and Seguin are talented guys, it's hard to receive a pass when guys are draped all over them
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