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04-11-2013, 08:30 PM
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So many experts here.....this is more painful than the game itself.

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04-11-2013, 08:31 PM
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1. They looked exhausted.

2. No bergy, no marchy...that is 2/3rd's of the teams top line

3. Rask was great.

4. Yeti
Yup. Unless Sweden decide they hate us for keeps....

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Funny .... Jagr is 40 something and didn't look exhausted ...
He looked a little tired. He just happens to be an all World talent. That makes up for many sins.

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04-11-2013, 08:31 PM
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Once again there is no excusing Claude's line up decisions. Rask, Jagr, and Seguin were the only bright spots. Jagr and Seguin being wasted. Lucic and Horton are just brutal.

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04-11-2013, 08:32 PM
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Islanders played hard. Lot's of intensity. You could see they are already in playoffs mode trying to secure a spot for the 1st time in I don't remember how long.

Meanwhile, the B's are not playing with any urgency and keep on allowing gazillion shots/scoring chances since Bergy is out and safely in as #2 or #4 seed.

Just get through the next 8 games healthy, get everyone back and even the most negative ones will enjoy the Cup parade next June. Or will they find something else to cry about?

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04-11-2013, 08:32 PM
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I continue to be really impressed by Jagr, he truly is an offensive force, I hope Chia can somehow find a way to get him resigned. As for Lucic, at least I saw him hit tonight a bit but offensively he is stuck in mud, so disappointing, he should be on the 3rd line once we get our injured guys back.

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04-11-2013, 08:33 PM
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The effort on this team reminds me of the Dave Lewis era...
so true.
rask kept this game close.
This was an ugly game to watch. Bruins looked horrible out there.
They cant even draw penalties they are so slow this year.

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04-11-2013, 08:33 PM
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Islanders played hard. Lot's of intensity. You could see they are already in playoffs mode trying to secure a spot for the 1st time in I don't remember how long.

Meanwhile, the B's are not playing with any urgency and keep on allowing gazillion shots/scoring chances since Bergy is out and safely in as #2 or #4 seed.

Just get through the next 8 games healthy, get everyone back and even the most negative ones will enjoy the Cup parade next June. Or will they find something else to cry about?
they will ***** and cry that the bruins didn't sweep thier way to the cup and had a lack of effort.

the negitivity is to much I am done for the night.

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really well conisdering they are in the top of the east standings point wise what league should all the teams below them be playing in then?
I can't even keep it up... no troll in me. lol

I'm just trying to fit in with this fickle fanbase.

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Had to change the channel when Jack, Brick, and Dale all started with the excuses. The Bruins are going to have to be just about 100% healthy to do anything in the playoffs.

Terrible effort.

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04-11-2013, 08:34 PM
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The bruins were soft again. Daugavins did some things well. Would rather him than Thornton when everyone is healthy bc Thornton is just useless these days.

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The effort on this team reminds me of the Dave Lewis era...
I hate that this is true.

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04-11-2013, 08:34 PM
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jagr played good, but he shifts are way too long.
reminds me of a guy on my hockey team. pisses everyone else off

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Really impress with Jagr, didn't like his little dive but like his take charge attitude in the 3rd.

I'm not too worry with the team, I'm sure everyone and their mother (including Claude) know those line are aweful. He's just sending a message to the player to grind it out a little more.

I'm so excited to see Krejci and Jagr togheter, it happen three time tonight and it result in 3 scoring chances.

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Islanders played hard. Lot's of intensity. You could see they are already in playoffs mode trying to secure a spot for the 1st time in I don't remember how long.

Meanwhile, the B's are not playing with any urgency and keep on allowing gazillion shots/scoring chances since Bergy is out and safely in as #2 or #4 seed.

Just get through the next 8 games healthy, get everyone back and even the most negative ones will enjoy the Cup parade next June. Or will they find something else to cry about?
If they get everyone back healthy I think they do win the Cup.

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The bruins were soft again. Daugavins did some things well. Would rather him than Thornton when everyone is healthy bc Thornton is just useless these days.
would rather Daugavins than Horton

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Guess tonight disproves our longstanding theory that making a few game changing saves is the difference between winning and losing when our offense takes a night off...Gotta at least tip your cap to the Isles though it's been a long time coming for that organization and they're finally putting together a decent run for a playoff spot. 8-1-1 in the last 10 games isn't no joke

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Also islanders are the hottest team in the NHL

And a great road team
careful. Reasons = excuses and excuses = weakness.

Bruins have to go 48-0 and beat teams by 3+ goals for this to be a successful season

*dons flame retardant suit*

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04-11-2013, 08:35 PM
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I think you are misremembering the Dave Lewis era.......

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Funny .... Jagr is 40 something and didn't look exhausted ...
Nope, he looked exhausted too. He just plays better standing still than anyone on our team. He couldn't get to or hang on to pucks either.

Down Bergeron. Some of you have no idea what that guy does in the first place. Marchand is one of the guys we have who can make defenseman turn the other way? Instead of backing up and laughing at how slow we are.

2 games 2 nights.

Lighten the **** up.

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So many experts here.....this is more painful than the game itself.
While you are right, it gets extremely brutal in here sometimes, this is an opinion board no? I tend to stay away game nights tho . . .


Next game it'd be nice to see

Seguin Krejci Jagr
Paille Campbell Horton
Lucic Kelly Caron
Dogman Pevs Thornton

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There is a long list of underachieving players this year.

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04-11-2013, 08:36 PM
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Where is any intensity? No hitting. Obviously they need to score but with the lack of skill right now you think they would be playing physical on forecheck to create offense.

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This team isn't even AHL caliber.
Get real.

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would rather Daugavins than Horton
At least for the rest of April.

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