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02-06-2013, 10:38 PM
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I laughed my ass off on the Plekanec breakaway attempt

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Any word on Lane? I didn't see what happened when he got hurt but never came back. Losing 2 guys to high sticks is insane. It's rare someone ever gets hurt so badly from a high stick that they can't come back for their next shift let alone miss the remainder of a game or in Paille's case multiple games.

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I laughed my ass off on the Plekanec breakaway attempt
I forgot about that beauty. Thanks for the reminder lol

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I have no idea about Lane and NBC doesn't really do post game, and NESN didn't do one either.

I didn't even see what happened to him.

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I thought they said lane got hit with a puck near the eye.

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Oh the one big down point for the zillionth time FIX THE PP

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02-06-2013, 10:55 PM
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He had one shift there late where 3 times he turned puck over cause he was afraid to ice it.When they have ya hemmed and are putting huge pressure on sometimes better off icing it and taking a regroup if i might put it that way.
I didn't say he was perfect, just thought he played solid.

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02-06-2013, 11:03 PM
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I didn't say he was perfect, just thought he played solid.
I find for most part Bruins d men always play pretty tough and tight.i think thats backbone to the team.

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I see Seguin as +2 and Bergeron as 0 ... are they not on a line together? I'm trying to make a fantasy hockey decision and might be dropping Patrice.

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02-06-2013, 11:13 PM
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I see Seguin as +2 and Bergeron as 0 ... are they not on a line together? I'm trying to make a fantasy hockey decision and might be dropping Patrice.
Usually they are, but Seguin and Horton switched lines at the start of the third (Seguin with Krejci and Lucic: Horton with Bergeron and Campbell (Marchand is hurt)), and Krejci and Seguin assisted on each other's goals.

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I see Seguin as +2 and Bergeron as 0 ... are they not on a line together? I'm trying to make a fantasy hockey decision and might be dropping Patrice.
Then may God have mercy on your soul.

They were split to start the 3rd and took Seguin 14 seconds to get on the board.

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02-06-2013, 11:25 PM
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I have to admit I wasn't completely sold on Rask and wanted TT back but Rask is starting to make a believer out of me.He was awesome in the 1st period.He seems to have corrected a lot of his mistakes from the past.Great job Rask!!

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Then may God have mercy on your soul.

They were split to start the 3rd and took Seguin 14 seconds to get on the board.
I have Seguin and Bergeron on my team! Patrice seems to be having a slow start but I have a feeling if Seguin starts killing it out there Bergeron's points will follow.

Cody Hodgson is a free agent in our league with 10 points right now.. so I'm tempted to make the switch!

Thanks for the details.

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I'm still quite disappointed that McQuaid didn't go with Prust

if it was Julien's orders then I am quite disappointed in Claude for that, this would have been good to see and would have been good for the team

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02-07-2013, 12:04 AM
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They dunned it.

Rask looked good.

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I'm still quite disappointed that McQuaid didn't go with Prust

if it was Julien's orders then I am quite disappointed in Claude for that, this would have been good to see and would have been good for the team
Why? There is literally no reason for McQuaid to go with Prust there at all. Bruins are up 2-1 on the road with under 10 mins left in the game. No reason to give MTL any kind of spark. Same reason Moen didn't go with McQuaid at the end of the second. Bruins looked dead in the water.

I want to see a fight as much as everyone else, but it really made absolutely no sense in that situation for McQ to fight.

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02-07-2013, 12:26 AM
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Kelly and Pevs need to step up production.... 6.25M between the two of them is a lot of money if they're going to perform like actual 3rd liners.

Hoping they start to pot some goals with the matinee and rematch with the Sabres coming up back to back this weekend

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Kelly and Pevs need to step up production.... 6.25M between the two of them is a lot of money if they're going to perform like actual 3rd liners.

Hoping they start to pot some goals with the matinee and rematch with the Sabres coming up back to back this weekend
There is ZERO chance they will play on Saturday afternoon with the blizzard.

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02-07-2013, 12:48 AM
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Great game from Rask!

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Why? There is literally no reason for McQuaid to go with Prust there at all. Bruins are up 2-1 on the road with under 10 mins left in the game. No reason to give MTL any kind of spark. Same reason Moen didn't go with McQuaid at the end of the second. Bruins looked dead in the water.

I want to see a fight as much as everyone else, but it really made absolutely no sense in that situation for McQ to fight.
Bingo. And it was clear that Prust wanted to goad Darth into doing something stupid. I have to give him all the credit in the world from dropping the gloves. Showed great patience and self discipline.

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02-07-2013, 01:20 AM
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Dougie was extra fiesty on the boards. Bourque looked real good. The AHL looked better than expected.

Tuukka Rask is my king. That is all.
It looked like he punched a Hab along the boards at one point, thought for sure he was gonna get a penalty

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02-07-2013, 01:22 AM
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Kelly and Pevs need to step up production.... 6.25M between the two of them is a lot of money if they're going to perform like actual 3rd liners.

Hoping they start to pot some goals with the matinee and rematch with the Sabres coming up back to back this weekend
say what you want about potting goals but Peverley is playing just fine

we all know he isnt some sniper that is gonna score 30 goals every year.... he is a way better playmaker, and I dont just mean passing, I mean he is a master of puck possession along the wall and down low (and a good passer too)

He might not always show up on the score sheet for his work but he gives the Bruins a chance to have the puck in the offensive zone longer

Kelly on the other hand is meh so far

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02-07-2013, 01:41 AM
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say what you want about potting goals but Peverley is playing just fine

we all know he isnt some sniper that is gonna score 30 goals every year.... he is a way better playmaker, and I dont just mean passing, I mean he is a master of puck possession along the wall and down low (and a good passer too)

He might not always show up on the score sheet for his work but he gives the Bruins a chance to have the puck in the offensive zone longer

Kelly on the other hand is meh so far
he has also been a beast on faceoffs. i'm in complete agreement over the intangibles Pevs brings. 1 goal between pevs and kelly over 9 games makes us a more ordinary team. our 4th line used to play 10+ minutes. now, due to inexperience spooner: 5:29, tardif 4:48, macdermid 3:29

our ability to roll 4 lines has been affected by the injuries. so with the 3rd line playing more, there simply has to be more production to be a more balanced team. otherwise, we will rely on being a top heavy lineup, pp and tuukka. many teams go through the season and are good enough to make the playoffs on that alone. our pp has not been okay for a very long time, i have confidence in tuukka and our top 6. they can't bring it every night, i'm hoping the 3rd line steps up production.

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