Honest Question About Claude Julien & Bruins
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03-04-2013, 01:59 PM
Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Montreal, Qc
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Look I have seen a lot of hockey in my life, I have played a lot of hockey in my life and I have seen a lot of things both in the sports world in in every day life.
Typically when someone is lying, cheating or doing something wrong they know it (whether they admit it or not) they know it.
So my question is this (pursuant to Claude Julien's post game interview following the Bruins loss to the Habs 4-3)
Does he truly believe what he is saying
? The whole criticism of "diving" and that the game "should be played a certain way".
If this is simply posturing to get the refs on his side (as if the Bruins need help there) then fine. Good on him. But is he truly that ignorant or is he (and his club) simply the epitome of Hypocrisy?
Do John Stewart and Stephen Colbert have to make more video montages pointing out this blatant lying?
Don't get me wrong, I don't mind the rough style of play the Bruins employ, it is entertaining and make for a great team, but how can a coach or player look at themselves in the mirror after so blatantly lying and then claim to be "play the game the way it should be played"
I am baffled at this, no really I am baffled. How does the NHL allow this kind of lack of integrity to prevail in a sport played by men?
Well the Bruins have always been this way, when they lose they cry. As much as one can criticize it it's also part of their success, they simply don't take kindly to defeat.
Yes the Bruins have won a cup but they also have lost playoffs series vs the Flyers and the Caps that they should of won and their defeatism played a big role. The day Chara won't be as good or retired this team will crumble unless they change their attitude because they will start to lose a lot more games.
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