Haven't watched any other B's game other then bits of the other Canes game and the Hawks game. Guess I waas watching Seguin because he stole the show. He just looked quicker then I remember when I last saw him. Mucking is a great word. I saw some of that.
No problem, not a sour puss like other Leaf fans. Haha, well it was like poetry in motion tonight. Was really impressed. You guys have some skilled offensive players, it's nice to see a powerplay actually do something
Thanks. Was hoping that he'd wake up at some point. It had been all Kessel before tonight. Obviously you guys did a nice job shutting him down.
Can we please stop now with the Julien is going to ruin Seguin complaints. Julien doesn't always make me happy, but I think his defense first type hockey is going to make Seguin a more complete player and it is awesome to see him coming into his own as a player.
He is getting ice time and making the best of it.
Lucic finally showed up for a game-hope he keeps playing like tonight.
I also liked Horton with Bergeron and Marchand.
Kelly, Seguin and Lucic didn't look bad together either, although I hope we see Krejci centering Lucic and Seguin sooner than later.
We've been over this in a previous thread, ESPN ****ed up (not surprising) their database. The Bruins have sold out every game.
There is a difference between attendance and tickets sold.
Attendance should be the bodies in seats, i.e., the number of fans who went through the turnstiles. Professional team owners (in all sports) do not like to divulge that figure for a variety of reasons.
Tickets sold is a lagging indicator, i.e., it says something about what the fan base and secondary market thought. Attendance is a leading indicator; it says something about future tendencies.
The Canes game on Tuesday was "sold out" but the empty seats were widespread. Naturally, one game here and one game there tells us nothing, really. It is over a period of time when the actual attendance figure (if the Bruins divulged that) would start to reveal some interesting things.