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04-14-2004, 01:03 AM
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What a Relief

I was seeing shades of 1976, 77, 78, 79, and whatever hell else year they've beat us. The last thing that the B's need tonight was a loss. Big Kahoonahs by Mugs to score....


Who flipped the goal judge a twenty to NOT put the light on...and whats with Mick Mcgoo waving the goal off at first. Jeeeeezus.

Secondly....if Dafoe had been in net....it would have been 4-1 5-1 6-1 tonight. The kid is for real....I love how calm and cool Raycroft is. Nylander is a difference and so is the rest of the pail.

PS Quit chipping Thornton....I've seen about thirty posts about no show joe. We are so lucky to have a good guy in this game as our captain. i Cant think of a better guy wearing the C...Let alone try tying up your boots with broken ribs...try playing in a series that means more to us B's fans than anything else...and being held accountable. Lets face it...he wants to win as much as we do so lets get off is ass...Joe has stepped up ....if for nothing else just to make Claude do his homework......he's gotta put guys against the 700 pound line...

PS White courtesy phone for Mr Markov.....ring ring

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I was seeing shades of 1976, 77, 78, 79, and whatever hell else year they've beat us. The last thing that the B's need tonight was a loss. Big Kahoonahs by Mugs to score....


Who flipped the goal judge a twenty to NOT put the light on...and whats with Mick Mcgoo waving the goal off at first. Jeeeeezus.

Secondly....if Dafoe had been in net....it would have been 4-1 5-1 6-1 tonight. The kid is for real....I love how calm and cool Raycroft is. Nylander is a difference and so is the rest of the pail.

PS Quit chipping Thornton....I've seen about thirty posts about no show joe. We are so lucky to have a good guy in this game as our captain. i Cant think of a better guy wearing the C...Let alone try tying up your boots with broken ribs...try playing in a series that means more to us B's fans than anything else...and being held accountable. Lets face it...he wants to win as much as we do so lets get off is ass...Joe has stepped up ....if for nothing else just to make Claude do his homework......he's gotta put guys against the 700 pound line...

PS White courtesy phone for Mr Markov.....ring ring

I'll second that

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No kidding. I can't stand it when the B's lose. It's ten times worse when it is to the habs. This team didn't quit even though, I must admit, I did. When I turned on that radio and heard 3-1, my gut turned to ice, that old feeling of impending loss. Then Slegr gets that crucial goal and all of a sudden there is hope. Until the last minute, when again I got that old feeling. Pressure is on, there is hope! Then the radio guy (Beers?) yells "Knuble just hit the post with 28 seconds left!" POST.....ARE YOU KIDDING ME! That old feeling back one more time. Replay and they're going up stairs with me holding my breath and ITS A GOAL. I yelled at my radio, honked the horn and flashed my brights. OT1 I was emotionaly spent. OT2 nothing until that last sweet moment when I heard church bells and a wonderful voice said "SCORE, Murray with the GOAL" and what a relief.

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I can't remember the last time I've been so satisfied with a Bruins win. Watching the guys jump off the bench and celebrate together is something I've seen so many times with OTHER teams in the playoffs, but never with the Bruins, I had goosebumps, what a huge character building victory tonight!

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I can't remember the last time I've been so satisfied with a Bruins win. Watching the guys jump off the bench and celebrate together is something I've seen so many times with OTHER teams in the playoffs, but never with the Bruins, I had goosebumps, what a huge character building victory tonight!
I changed my avatar last night @ 1:00am, I had such the same feeling.

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No relief until we wrap it up. Nice win to watch though...

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I can't remember the last time I've been so satisfied with a Bruins win. Watching the guys jump off the bench and celebrate together is something I've seen so many times with OTHER teams in the playoffs, but never with the Bruins, I had goosebumps, what a huge character building victory tonight!
Amen.

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ill third the goosebumps, they deserved this win. honestly either team deserved that game last night. they both played hard.

GO BRUINS GO!!!

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Who was a D Raycroft jumped on when Murray scored??? It was funny.

Can you imagine a goalie in full equipment jumping on you while you have skates on? :lol

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it was mcgillis, im trying to take a pic of it off my tv, its funny to watch. so cool

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