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02-06-2013, 12:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Bone for your jar View Post
They still have great skaters and puck-handlers in back and front though, so it's not like all of a sudden they're a bunch of neanderthals lumbering around the ice. No, I think they'll be at least as challenging as ever. What we do have now that we didn't in the 2011 series is a healthy Lucic, a hot Krejci, and Seguin logging full minutes and itching to score.
They're not neanderthals, that's not what I was saying at all

Just, they were a team that didn't take any chances. They didn't forchek, cycle the puck,etc. They were just five guy waiting for the opposition to enter their zone. When they had their mistake they were fast to counter attack. Bruins always have difficulty against those team (see Tampa, Caps last year, Minnesota, etc.).

Now, Therrien make them forechek, try to make them more tough, etc. That means less of "wait and see approch with perfect defensive positionning" and I think it could somewhat help the B's.

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