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10-30-2011, 02:41 PM
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Perhaps it's just that there isn't Colin Campbell looking out for them.
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10-30-2011, 03:33 PM
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they don't need a Spezza or a Bobby Ryan they need scoring depth to replace Ryder and Recchi and Bruins fans are emo right now because their team are losing. They are not a bad team
Who says they're a bad team? I'm reporting that some Bruins fans complain about their top players. Some say that Bergeron is playing no better than Kelly but is getting a free ride, that Horton has been lazy, that Krejci has been unproductive, and that Marchand has been playing the way he did in his 20 game trial 2 years ago rather than like last season. Corvo is also being criticized. They further say that the Bruins miss the experience of Recchi and Ryder (ironic, since those two were voted as the ones who should depart last season). Well, we're accustomed to their mood swings, aren't we? They'll change their minds once the Bruins win a few games.

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10-30-2011, 03:47 PM
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The Bruins literally, unironically believe in a league-wide conspiracy against them.

http://www.csnne.com/hockey-boston-b...08&feedID=3944
Jacobs forgot to mail that annual cheque to Bettman.

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10-30-2011, 03:55 PM
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The Bruins literally, unironically believe in a league-wide conspiracy against them.

http://www.csnne.com/hockey-boston-b...08&feedID=3944
Good it's about time, they almost literally got away with murder last year

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10-30-2011, 04:01 PM
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The Bruins literally, unironically believe in a league-wide conspiracy against them.

http://www.csnne.com/hockey-boston-b...08&feedID=3944
Funny the rest of the league felt there was a conspiracy to help the Bruins win the cup last year. Now that they don't get away with murder they feel they are being picked on, oh boo hoo



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10-30-2011, 04:06 PM
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Perhaps it's just that there isn't Colin Campbell looking out for them.
Don't want to stir the conspiracy pot, but given the timing of Campbell's resignation it would appear he had blood on his hands.

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10-30-2011, 04:18 PM
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Don't want to stir the conspiracy pot, but given the timing of Campbell's resignation it would appear he had blood on his hands.
No kidding...

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10-30-2011, 04:23 PM
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The Bruins literally, unironically believe in a league-wide conspiracy against them.

http://www.csnne.com/hockey-boston-b...08&feedID=3944
Colin Campbell says he's sorry...

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The Bruins literally, unironically believe in a league-wide conspiracy against them.

http://www.csnne.com/hockey-boston-b...08&feedID=3944
Things this deliciously hilarious come around so very rarely.

If this bedwetting continues, I might have to start watching NESN just so I don't miss Jack Edwards having a stroke live on the air.

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10-30-2011, 04:58 PM
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Things this deliciously hilarious come around so very rarely.

If this bedwetting continues, I might have to start watching NESN just so I don't miss Jack Edwards having a stroke live on the air.
Speaking of bedwetting, doesn't Jack Edwards look like the kind of guy that still wears onesie pajama's and wets his bed, that is a plastic car replica with matching car sheets & blankets?

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10-30-2011, 05:02 PM
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Thomas subs in for Rask

In last nights game Julien took Rask out and brought in Thomas.

1. Was Rask hurt?
2. Can Thomas skate to the bench faster than Rask?
3. Does Julien trust Thomas decision ability more than Rask for when he should leave the crease?
4. In case the game went into overtime Julien has more faith on Thomas?

Just wandering. Was there any reason from Julien after the game for the goalie change?

Or did Rask offer up his opinion after the game? Rask in the past usually speaks his mind.

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10-30-2011, 05:04 PM
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It was t buy time. That's all. Nothing more, nothing less.

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10-30-2011, 05:04 PM
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2 and buying time

Denis >>>>>>> Brunet

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Even if Thomas is 0.5 second faster kinda seems weird lol.

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In last nights game Julien took Rask out and brought in Thomas.

1. Was Rask hurt?
2. Can Thomas skate to the bench faster than Rask?
3. Does Julien trust Thomas decision ability more than Rask for when he should leave the crease?
4. In case the game went into overtime Julien has more faith on Thomas?

Just wandering. Was there any reason from Julien after the game for the goalie change?

Or did Rask offer up his opinion after the game? Rask in the past usually speaks his mind.
I've seen Thomas fall multiple times trying to skate away

I think it was another way to get a time out for his players to catch their breath.

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Even if Thomas is 0.5 second faster kinda seems weird lol.
It was just to buy time to rest his players nothing more then that.

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10-30-2011, 05:13 PM
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It was just to buy time to rest his players nothing more then that.
Exactly!! He had already used his time out so this was one of two options! Change goalies or have to fix equipment!

good coaching move.

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10-30-2011, 05:14 PM
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That was a strategy and it clearly didn't work.

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10-30-2011, 05:16 PM
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Things this deliciously hilarious come around so very rarely.

If this bedwetting continues, I might have to start watching NESN just so I don't miss Jack Edwards having a stroke live on the air.
Yawn. Sun comes up. Sun goes down. The Bruins, their fans and media whine about diving and/or reffing. Sun comes up again.

http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/20...yXN/story.html

"Bruins Caught in Act; Canadiens' Flops Contribute to Win"

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10-30-2011, 05:22 PM
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Yawn. Sun comes up. Sun goes down. The Bruins, their fans and media whine about diving and/or reffing. Sun comes up again.
Yeah, but to be so deluded as to dream up a league conspiracy against them after all the **** they got away with last year, on top of the usual kid gloves, is pretty impressive.

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Speaking of bedwetting, doesn't Jack Edwards look like the kind of guy that still wears onesie pajama's and wets his bed, that is a plastic car replica with matching car sheets & blankets?


Definitely vroom vroom bed.

Also, for fun: I think the airquotes are for "power" "play".

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10-30-2011, 05:24 PM
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Yeah, but to be so deluded as to dream up a league conspiracy against them after all the **** they got away with last year, on top of the usual kid gloves, is pretty impressive.





Definitely vroom vroom bed.

Also, for fun: I think the airquotes are for "power" "play".
We need an official Jack Edwards photoshop thread now.

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who cares, the b's feasted on the dirty play vs vancouver, and now they are paying the cost

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who cares, the b's feasted on the dirty play vs vancouver, and now they are paying the cost
Shades of Philly back in the day...embarassing for the league...except Campbell, and he resigned...

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who cares, the b's feasted on the dirty play vs vancouver, and now they are paying the cost
I still can't believe Vancouver found a way to lose to fkn Boston.

I hate the Sedins and 7oungo more than anything for that disgraceful hockey series.

Yeah, I mad.

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In last nights game Julien took Rask out and brought in Thomas.

1. Was Rask hurt?
2. Can Thomas skate to the bench faster than Rask?
3. Does Julien trust Thomas decision ability more than Rask for when he should leave the crease?
4. In case the game went into overtime Julien has more faith on Thomas?

Just wandering. Was there any reason from Julien after the game for the goalie change?

Or did Rask offer up his opinion after the game? Rask in the past usually speaks his mind.
As others have said, it was basically just a time-out since Julien had already taken it.

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