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02-06-2013, 09:28 PM
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I thought McQuaid played his best game so far this season. He looked solid out there tonight.

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I think Seguin is going to need a skilled/offensive minded center like Krejci to keep on going. Nothing against Bergeron but with the shortened more taxing season, he's going to be more focused on shutting down. That line is going to be more of a grinding type line which doesn't really play to Seguin's strengths.

After seeing a little bit of Lucic, Seguin and Krejci it just makes so much sense.

Seguin gives that line a TON of speed. Horton and Lucic together are just a tad bit too slow and thus lanes aren't usually there.

Throw Seguin into that mix and all of a sudden Krejci can thread passes to spring Seguin or Lucic can separate guys from the puck or crash the net for the skilled Seguin and Krejci to do their thing. It just makes a lot of sense and they proved it TWICE scoring on the rush.
Reminded me of Lucic - Savard - Kessel but even stronger on the puck and defensively responsible.

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02-06-2013, 09:30 PM
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Why does Milbury always sound upset after a Bruins win?
I was thinking the same thing between periods. I guess they go overboard sometimes to prove neutrality

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Turned it up high in the third. Proud tonight!

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Great job by Emmeric mocking that weak call the Bruins got jobbed on late. Of course, the little turd Pierre has to chirp right in "zero tolerance." Yeah right, nice try to cover up that typical @Montreal crap, ***-hat. Just go away. When will crews grow a pair?! It's just bush. Pathetic.

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02-06-2013, 09:31 PM
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I couldn't help but think 'Yeah, zero tolerance about Montreal not having a manpower advantage in the final two minutes.'
There are three things that are certain:

1. Death
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3. Habs will draw a penalty at a crucial time in any game where they are down and most definitely in the waning minutes of a game when playing at home.

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Yeah, that was, shall we say, comical.

Pierre was babbling something about "zero tolerance" this year. I couldn't help but think 'Yeah, zero tolerance about Montreal not having a manpower advantage in the final two minutes.'
Well, I have zero tolerance for Pierre. That guy needs an all expenses paid trip to the surface of the sun. Even he sounded like a bad car salesman trying to sell that call. And, he's ALWAYS full of ****.

People that complain a/b NESN want to listen to that? REALLY?

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I was thinking the same thing between periods. I guess they go overboard sometimes to prove neutrality
Dead on. He is the first to be critisized if he make a positive remark to bs

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big two points. love it.

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I thought McQuaid played his best game so far this season. He looked solid out there tonight.
Thankfully, because Ference continued his poor start.

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That seg-kre-luc line looked like it fit nicely and Bergeron and Horton seemed to work fine too. Think they should keep that switch up.

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Wow what a *****y 3 mins during which the Bruins scored twice. Rask played unreal tonight and kept the Bruins in it...I hate that the habs lost but it was still a good game, I'd watch it all again. Enjoy the win Bruins fan

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Yeah, that was, shall we say, comical.

Pierre was babbling something about "zero tolerance" this year. I couldn't help but think 'Yeah, zero tolerance about Montreal not having a manpower advantage in the final two minutes.'
Haha. Nice. Truth.

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Wow !!! 2 points against MTL without having 3 of our regular in the lineup. Rask was awfully good in the first and old friend Krejci keep delivering the goods. Overall, an excellent win.

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Tuukka won this game for the Bruins. Maybe played a period of hockey and got two points.
Would have liked to see Spooner play a bit more. I thought he was pretty good.

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Habs fans are so cute when they're upset. :-)

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big two points. love it.



Worth repeating

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I thought McQuaid played his best game so far this season. He looked solid out there tonight.
I think he wasn't really game ready when he was cleared to play. He wasn't falling around the ice like a baby deer and he seemed to have some of his snarl.

Now if only Ference could remember how he played when we won the cup and apply that.

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Wow what a *****y 3 mins during which the Bruins scored twice. Rask played unreal tonight and kept the Bruins in it.
Rask had an amazing game and without him this game could have easily been a 4-2 loss for the B's.

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Montreal had a hard time containing Chris Bourque.

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Thankfully, because Ference continued his poor start.
Hopefully Ference will get better as the season progresses.

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Chris Bourque made 3 huge plays in 3rd getting pucks out.Nothing fancy but he did the job,Kudos to him for it.Rask was superb on shots he faced .Not alot but tough ones.Bruins D was pretty good but slow start.

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