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05-03-2013, 04:18 PM
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You lost all your credibility at ''pre-hit he looked great''. Diaz was one of the worst players out there yesterday. Couldn't hold the blue line in offense, soft plays and no vision. And no, I didn't expect White or Moen to do anything n the hit. But we all know they are not hired for their quick hands and incredible vision, they are there to be physical, sometimes drop the mitts and, especially for White, be a nuisance. Can't remember the last time they did this. White is a stupid player, takes stupides penalties, but if he's not a pest, he's nothing.
You're wrong. Diaz looked amazing before the hit. He was pretty much countering Karlsson for us. After the hit though, he was completely mind-****ed.

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05-03-2013, 04:30 PM
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What did you expect 11 and 27 to do? They both would have gotten beaten silly in fights, Diaz was probably kicking himself wondering why he did the pass he did. Only one who could have jumped in was Bouillon. But he was too far and Chuckie was already engaged with Gryba.
Also once Eller moved and everyone saw the blood on the ice, everything calmed down since concern sky rocketed.

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05-03-2013, 04:45 PM
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Still a 10 game suspension. You can't start an altercation after leaving the bench, especially with 5 other players on the ice.
For the love of God! I'm talking about a separate incident where the 3 players (white, gallagher and moen) were on the ice together. Jeez.

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05-03-2013, 04:47 PM
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this, the Bruins were running over Kessel, Grabo and Kadri, as they should.

Having goons in the line-up wont stop the other team.
You and many others still don't get it. It's not about inserting a goon. IT'S ABOUT TEAM TOUGHNESS. SIZE AND GRIT IN YOUR 4TH LINE ALL THE WAY THROUGH YOUR 1ST LINE AND D.

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05-03-2013, 04:52 PM
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Bergevin made gives to toughen the team but it will take years.

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05-03-2013, 05:09 PM
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Bergevin made gives to toughen the team but it will take years.
This. It is a philosophical change and can't happen overnight or it obviously wouldn't be so coveted around the league.

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05-03-2013, 05:15 PM
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This was NOT a hockey play. It was intent to injure. When you hit someone who is not looking, It's intent to injure. Plain and simple. How is it viewed any different than hitting a guy from behind. He's not ready for the hit, can't brace himself, doesn't see the other guy........ do these things sound familiar? Bottom line is if you hit a guy who isn't looking, it's intent to injure and dirty. There is no such thing as a "clean hockey play" in that instance. Suspension deserved.

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For the love of God! I'm talking about a separate incident where the 3 players (white, gallagher and moen) were on the ice together. Jeez.
From your title:

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05-03-2013, 05:20 PM
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From your title:
Did you read the original post, sir?

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05-03-2013, 05:35 PM
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Milan Lucic was on the ice when Matt Cooke ended Marc Savards career.

Bruins = soff.

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The hit wasn't legal but by no means was this an intent to injure IMO. He could have stuck out his elbow or jumped, that would have been blatantly obvious intent to injure.

It was a chain event of bad luck. The height at which ellers head was placed and how he was preparing to turn around.

Team soft? Give me a break. Everyone was lauding how tough this team was a few months back.

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05-03-2013, 05:41 PM
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The hit wasn't legal but by no means was this an intent to injure IMO. He could have stuck out his elbow or jumped, that would have been blatantly obvious intent to injure.

It was a chain event of bad luck. The height at which ellers head was placed and how he was preparing to turn around.

Team soft? Give me a break. Everyone was lauding how tough this team was a few months back.
We were?

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05-03-2013, 05:44 PM
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Milan Lucic was on the ice when Matt Cooke ended Marc Savards career.

Bruins = soff.

If you don't understand, just say you don't understand. Bruins are a physical, tough team, the Habs are soft. You can try using certain situations to try to deny that but you just look silly in the end.

Still have delusional fans who think the team isn't soft.

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05-03-2013, 05:45 PM
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Did you read the original post, sir?
More to the point, did you read it?

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If you don't understand, just say you don't understand. Bruins are a physical, tough team, the Habs are soft. You can try using certain situations to try to deny that but you just look silly in the end.

Still have delusional fans who think the team isn't soft.
So you don't base your opinion on what teams do in 'situations' you base it on.....?

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More to the point, did you read it?
"Then I see Neal standing over Gallahger with his arms around his throat while White and Moen are on the ice doing nothing."

Then = After that; next; afterward:

Seriously.

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05-03-2013, 05:50 PM
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So you don't base your opinion on what teams do in 'situations' you base it on.....?
Thank you for proving my point. Bruins are a tough team...yet smart dude pointed out to one play to completely try to discredit their toughness.

An astute person would base their opinion on many instances rather than just a handful.

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05-03-2013, 05:51 PM
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"Then I see Neal standing over Gallahger with his arms around his throat while White and Moen are on the ice doing nothing."

Then = After that; next; afterward:

Seriously.
Think we can safely assume that if you have to explain a two line post to basically everyone else who's posted so far in the thread, it probably wasn't written as clearly as it could have been....

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Put away the pitchforks.

Injuries are part of the game. He would have been injured whether it was Diaz or Chara that passed him the puck. No one got hurt after the whistle.

Ottawa's tougher players were put in check all game. Look at the Subban hit on Neil. Gryba is not a goon and not an incredibly tough 280lb giant that punched through the entire team to finally hit Eller and injure him. I'm all for making the team a little bigger and stronger on the puck but in the end it doesn't keep players from getting injured and intimidation doesn't necessarily win games. Enough with blaming who was on the ice.

Best of luck to Eller, hopefully he fully recovers.

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05-03-2013, 06:33 PM
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I think people are making this way bigger than it is. Its not about avoiding injuries. Its about sticking up for your teammates. Pointing out an instance where another team didn't stick up for a teammate is irrelevant. Good on Galchenyuk for at least doing something. Someone pointed out that all the players in the ice at the time couldn't do anything because they were either soft or not that type of player. Well that is the bloody problem. It also translates into creating room and being able to get to the front of the net and get those dirty goals. Why is our smallest player the only guy that tries to screen the goalie? Makes no sense

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Lock this up, nothing good can come out of it.

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