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03-02-2013, 01:31 PM
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He's trying to be funny, I think.
If I only I was trying. Unfortunately, I'm not.

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I don't like the Bruins chances without Thornton. They will struggle. I won't be surprised to see Tom Pyatt intimidate the Bruins players.

Also explains why they are down 2-0.

Chiarelli could have picked up Sesito from waivers.
Boston can't lose with their goon Thornton out of the line up. Its impossible to lose when you don't have tough guy. You always win when you ice a soft team with a 4th line of skilled guys

See, both side can play the game......

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Boston can't lose with their goon Thornton out of the line up. Its impossible to lose when you don't have tough guy. You always win when you ice a soft team with a 4th line of skilled guys

See, both side can play the game......
explains why the habs are in the last.

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Philly's 5 on 3 was pathetic... Brière and Giroux play dumb.

They had a 5 mins PP and a 2 mins 2-men advantage... and nothing looked dangerous.

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Well it seems we'll have to be the team to put a stop to the bruins, I don't see Tampa doing much for the rest of the game.

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Philly's 5 on 3 was pathetic... Brière and Giroux play dumb.
Not surprised, they're soft. They probably were afraid of Neil.

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Sens are receiving elite goaltending from all 3 goalies. I`m so jealous.

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Seguin scores first home PP goal (at least that streak is over - they would have loved to break it against us). Stupid Kessel trade. Could you NOT freaking trade to anyone BUT Boston? I hope Chucky gets to that level of skill with his shot. Seems like Seguin came into the league with quite some size, unlike Chucky who will bulk up (I assume) over then next few years.
???

Seguin: 6'1" , 182 lbs
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Well it seems we'll have to be the team to put a stop to the bruins, I don't see Tampa doing much for the rest of the game.

#FireBoucher
Hard to win with softies like Tom Pyatt in the lineup.

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Philly's effort at the end...

At least, they won.

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Hard to win with softies like Tom Pyatt in the lineup.
At least he plays well without the puck...

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wow. Tampa can't score on a 4min PP. Game over.

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The way the English speakers read Wiercioch is just too funny. Żołnierczyk too.

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wow. Tampa can't score on a 4min PP. Game over.
That PP was terrible.

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Tampa bay are soft. The softer the better, thats what Andy said.

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It pains me to say it but I would bet good money on Boston winning the cup this year.

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At least he plays well without the puck...
yeah, but who cares about that, it contributes nothing to a game. The defense need to play defense.

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???

Seguin: 6'1" , 182 lbs
Galchenyuk: 6'1", 196 lbs
REally? My bad! Is it just me, or does Chucky still seem like a teenager who hasn't come into his frame? He's clearly not able to muscle people off - he uses his brains and skill to compensate. I thought that he would fill out and become even more dominant. We talk about him controlling the game at his own pace. I think that level of size (that I assumed he needed to add) would be important. Still floored at those stats!

Thanks for the info.

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yeah, but who cares about that, it contributes nothing to a game. The defense need to play defense.
Think about how much better he'd be if he was good at punching.

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Andy! This is what we call being on a roll. Keep it up

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REally? My bad! Is it just me, or does Chucky still seem like a teenager who hasn't come into his frame? He's clearly not able to muscle people off - he uses his brains and skill to compensate. I thought that he would fill out and become even more dominant. We talk about him controlling the game at his own pace. I think that level of size (that I assumed he needed to add) would be important. Still floored at those stats!

Thanks for the info.
I think it's all in the babyface.

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It pains me to say it but I would bet good money on Boston winning the cup this year.
Same. Depth of the team is just too good, especially at the forward group. Really underrated about them is their defensive system. The best part is that they have the forwards to play that system as well. They don't lean on a star forward to carry the team, though, I think you can argue that they do lean on Chara for the defense.

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It pains me to say it but I would bet good money on Boston winning the cup this year.
Let's hope they run into a WSH with a Holtby and a key Joel Ward goal (obviously the equivalent, cuz it AINT gonna be WSH who moved away from a great coach and system to baby Ovechkin).

That and then...Habs!!

And if that for some reason doesn't happen, since the Hawks are already in the Cup final, let's just leave it to them since Van is so undependable. Damn you Luongo!!!

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It pains me to say it but I would bet good money on Boston winning the cup this year.
Chicago?

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Same. Depth of the team is just too good, especially at the forward group. Really underrated about them is their defensive system. The best part is that they have the forwards to play that system as well.
they can't win, they are to tough to win. They have to be soft like baby soft

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