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03-24-2014, 11:22 AM
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Bobby Ryan - Hernia

To miss next two games to undisclosed injury

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03-24-2014, 11:26 AM
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He tried to spell intense but stabbed himself in the face instead.

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03-24-2014, 11:29 AM
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03-24-2014, 11:31 AM
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This is what happens when you haven't bckchecked for 70 games and your teammates call you out, you don't know how to do it so you go all out and have no idea of where you are on the ice because you are concentrating on something that is so foreign to you it takes over your brain, next thing you know you get a soft bump (which you have been avoiding all year) and you go flying into the boards.

I think Ryan's injury is a microcosm of our season, no one used their body to back check or forecheck (hence no injuries on our team) and when one of our players did decide to do it he has no idea what he's doing and gets badly injured.

Hopefully next year we get some guys that know how to backcheck.

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This is what happens when you haven't bckchecked for 70 games and your teammates call you out, you don't know how to do it so you go all out and have no idea of where you are on the ice because you are concentrating on something that is so foreign to you it takes over your brain, next thing you know you get a soft bump (which you have been avoiding all year) and you go flying into the boards.

I think Ryan's injury is a microcosm of our season, no one used their body to back check or forecheck (hence no injuries on our team) and when one of our players did decide to do it he has no idea what he's doing and gets badly injured.

Hopefully next year we get some guys that know how to backcheck.
What the heck is this? Did your brain leak on to the keyboard?

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What the heck is this? Did your brain leak on to the keyboard?
How funny rivisionist history is, eh?. Go back to the first month or two of the season and read the GDT and everyone is praising how hard working Ryan is and how he is the only one showing that he gives a damn.

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What the heck is this? Did your brain leak on to the keyboard?
Did you see the hit that sent him flying? I can't see that happning to a Boston Bruin because they are ready for battle

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Did you see the hit that sent him flying? I can't see that happning to a Boston Bruin because they are ready for battle
You should quit while you're already behind.

Obvious, sad, agenda is obvious.

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You should quit while you're already behind.

Obvious, sad, agenda is obvious.
it was nice to see him below our own goal line for the first time

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it was nice to see him below our own goal line for the first time
Honestly rather not see him below our goal line.

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Honestly rather not see him below our goal line.
Bobby agrees with you

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I HATE how some of you are sack deep riding the Bruins... It's embarrassing.

Go drool over them on their own board, or better yet, self help books on self respect.

Bobby fell, a Bruin would neeeeever do that. Gutless!

It was a good backcheck and he was helped into losing his balance. It's pretty easy to do, and happens all the time. I'm stoke it's only two games.

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Bobby agrees with you
If he is below the goal line, it's because someone is out of position, rarely does that end good.

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it was nice to see him below our own goal line for the first time
lol. Next time, just say, "I don't know anything about hockey".

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Remember when big tough Boston Bruin Dennis Seidenberg was injured by Conacher? I guess he wasn't battle-ready.

Remember when big tough Boston Bruin Carl Soderberg was injured by Karlsson? I guess he wasn't battle-ready.

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Somebody fix that leak.

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it was nice to see him below our own goal line for the first time
You realize he's a winger right?

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You realize he's a winger right?
You realize he has no idea what he's talking about right?

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If he is below the goal line, it's because someone is out of position, rarely does that end good.
Ryan is a soft player, I think Ryan DOES care, he just doesn't play a 200 foot game

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Did you see the hit that sent him flying? I can't see that happning to a Boston Bruin because they are ready for battle

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I'm semi-glad the team is shutting him down for the next two games

There's no need for him to aggravate his nagging injury and he hasn't been providing much help even though he's been playing through it

Rest up Bobby, we're going to need you at 100% next year

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This is what happens when you haven't bckchecked for 70 games and your teammates call you out, you don't know how to do it so you go all out and have no idea of where you are on the ice because you are concentrating on something that is so foreign to you it takes over your brain, next thing you know you get a soft bump (which you have been avoiding all year) and you go flying into the boards.

I think Ryan's injury is a microcosm of our season, no one used their body to back check or forecheck (hence no injuries on our team) and when one of our players did decide to do it he has no idea what he's doing and gets badly injured.

Hopefully next year we get some guys that know how to backcheck.
This. We haven't gotten injured because we haven't played hard. We didn't make the playoffs because we didn't play hard.

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Ryan is a soft player, I think Ryan DOES care, he just doesn't play a 200 foot game
Hate to read what you have to say about Spezza if you feel this way about Ryan.

Ryan has been the most physical forward not playing 4th line minutes and is one guy that works hard at both ends of the ice.

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This. We haven't gotten injured because we haven't played hard. We didn't make the playoffs because we didn't play hard.
While I agree with you, using Tuna's post as an example may defeat the purpose

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Hate to read what you have to say about Spezza if you feel this way about Ryan.

Ryan has been the most physical forward not playing 4th line minutes and is one guy that works hard at both ends of the ice.
Ryan is just another piece of driftwood on a team ladden with dead wood; just floating by, collecting a salary. Brian Burke was right, I hate BB with a passion, but in hindsight he is spot on with this one.

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