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haven't been able to watch the game, or the highliughts since the internet here in paris sucks..but whats the deal with mdz? heard he got hit in the ear with a shot? did he return?
He did.
They didn't play that bad in regulation.
hank letting in a soft one.
They got dominated in OT, Bruins had a PP, momentum carried over.
the winning goal was a 2 on 1 with Stralman playing neither the shot nor the pass. Zuke got outmuscled for the tip in.

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Its just game 1 guys...this is a team we can beat in a 7 game series.

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Am I the only one who thought Nash played well tonight?

Feels like he's going to score a goal pretty soon.
If he doesn't we're ****ed

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Am I the only one who thought Nash played well tonight?

Feels like he's going to score a goal pretty soon.
I feel like Nash and Stepan are playing opposites. I notice Nash making more plays (even though I thought he had a meh game) and coming up empty.

Stepan has managed to go Gaborik mode this post season. I barely notice him until he scores a timely goal. There is good and bad in that.

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Im a B's fan but also a Lundquvist fan. I'm torn on calling this a bad game by him. There were close to 50 shots, a lot of tips and deflections that were not easy saves. Yet he could have stopped the first two goals and he did get beat on like 5 or so posts. Given the number of good shots plus the significant number of blocks, the B's worked harder and deserved this game, so if there is blame i wouldnt put it on Lundquvist.

If the Rangers are able to press a bit more and keep the shots against down, the can very well win the next game.
The bold is why he deserves some criticism. but the underlined is why it shouldn't be too much

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This team isn't coming back from 2-0 again.

Better win next game or its over.

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So what happens when it comes out that he needs surgery?
What if it doesn't?

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Game 7's. WITH AN "S" LIKE LAST YEAR. WHAT DONT YOU GET?
you said their luck is going to run out ..... implying they have been lucky winning game 7 ... and then stated just like last year referring to when they lost against NJ in 6 games ...

so again game 7 was not them being lucky X2

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Now we're counting blocked shots as "close to ending it".

The play was prevented, bro. They didn't get a second chance.
Blocked shots? I'm counting goal posts. Outside of Del Zotto, who else hit the post? The Bruins hit iron a few times in the 3rd and OT.

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This team isn't coming back from 2-0 again.

Better win next game or its over.
Bruins have a nack of making things(choke) interesting.... This series will likely go to 7.

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Am I the only one who thought Nash played well tonight?

Feels like he's going to score a goal pretty soon.
I thought he played fine. The first goal is pretty much entirely created by him.

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I the only one who thought Nash played well tonight?

Feels like he's going to score a goal pretty soon.
Had some better moves, but he's going to have to score to help this team win.

Even if he is injured, he has to score goals. Gaby did it with a bum shoulder.

Also, he backchecks and coasts more than Gaborik. Need to see some more effort from him.

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Well, yeah. Just making a poor metaphor.
Yeah I knew that just trying to break the monotony of all the bridge jumping posters

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Am I the only one who thought Nash played well tonight?

Feels like he's going to score a goal pretty soon.
I thought he was a lot better than he was against Washington.

Still. He needs to start scoring.

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I am not to discouraged by this, bruins outplayed us in the ot.
Just have to win Sunday
Maybe Nash and Richards and calmly will show up.
Still all and all close game.
Bruins can be beat.

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And it was pretty clear tonight too. There were couple times tonight where the regular Nash would've exploded and accelerated towards the goal. Looked to be coasting at 70-80% most of the night.
I would say he is about 50% from what I saw of him in the Caps series. I just hope what he has can't get worse by playing through it. Would not be surprised if he had an ACL injury or something serious. Knock on wood and all . . .

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Bruins fans are probably saying the same. B's could of won 2-0! Should of won 2-1 in regulation! But since they actually showed up for OT and scored a third goal all is well.

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They should also work on clearing the puck. Like, really work on that. Stop passing back to the other team

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haven't been able to watch the game, or the highliughts since the internet here in paris sucks..but whats the deal with mdz? heard he got hit in the ear with a shot? did he return?


Yup smacked on the ear. Think it was Bergeron. MDZ came back though and I thought he played well tonight.

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What if it doesn't?
Then we have a problem. But the guy is clearly injured. If he's not injured, than I have never seen an injured player play.

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I feel like Nash and Stepan are playing opposites. I notice Nash making more plays (even though I thought he had a meh game) and coming up empty.

Stepan has managed to go Gaborik mode this post season. I barely notice him until he scores a timely goal. There is good and bad in that.
As I have said, I think Cally/Step are not complimentary players. Step needs to play with Krieder or at least someone with a similar skill set.

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Nash pretty much created that McDonagh goal with his aggressive zone entry. He was being hounded and still managed to get the puck back to the point.

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Bruins fans are probably saying the same. B's could of won 2-0! Should of won 2-1 in regulation! But since they actually showed up for OT and scored a third goal all is well.
Someone should remind them Rask is prone to giving up soft goals.

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Everyone relax. Its Game 1. The whole game was entertaining, and fairly even. Even if it was ugly. We got **** on in OT.

Win on Sunday. All even. Thats it.

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Nash pretty much created that McDonagh goal with his aggressive zone entry. He was being hounded and still managed to get the puck back to the point.
Yep. Need to see more of those.

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