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04-14-2006, 12:16 AM
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Boston is "Lowly" because Habs put them there

REALIZE THIS: Boston would not be "lowly" if the Habs didnt take the season series 7-1. that is a 12 point swing. Lets say for argument sake, Boston took the series from us 7-1. they would have 85 points and we would have 81. So the Bruins are only lowly because the Habs put them there. Infact our record shows that Boston does better against the "rest" of the East than we do. So when people say we win against easy teams, they should rethink their statement. Boston is ONLY considered an easy team because WE put them there.

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We are also the reason why Thornton got traded...two quick outs from the playoffs

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probably the reason the leafs wont make the playoffs too..

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The reason boston is so "lowly" is because they traded the NHLs leading scorer away.

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LOL the Sabres also went 7-1 against them you know.

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probably the reason the leafs wont make the playoffs too..
hah.........I was going to say the same thing!

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That's 14 losses, 28 points lost against Mtl. and Buff. Ouch. What I can't figure out is how they went 4-4 against the best team in the East, Ottawa.

They lost their final game against Ott. but that loss preceded four straight wins by the Bruins over the Sens...while they were healthy. There's a head scratcher for you.

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LOL the Sabres also went 7-1 against them you know.

And they won the season series against the Sens, right?

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The Sabres were also the onle north east team to have a winning record against the rest of the north east last season and they did not make the playoffs

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[QUOTE=LesHabsRock]REALIZE THIS: Boston would not be "lowly" if the Habs didnt take the season series 7-1. that is a 12 point swing.


Actually, that's a 14 point swing. 7 wins X 2 pts = 14.

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[QUOTE=westcoast habsfan]
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REALIZE THIS: Boston would not be "lowly" if the Habs didnt take the season series 7-1. that is a 12 point swing.


Actually, that's a 14 point swing. 7 wins X 2 pts = 14.

wrongo 7-1 Habs get 14, Bruins get 2 (without ot) if you reverse it. Bruins get 14 Habs 2) It is a 12 point swing for both teams.

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We continued to make the B's our bithces, and in the process, we sunk their program.

Yup, it sure is fun having those big bad bruins around to kick around whenever we want to.

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You're giving the Habs too much credit for the Bruins' poor season. The Bruins lead the NHL in one-goal losses (31) and overtime or shootout losses (16). Of course, a number of them were against the Habs. However, those numbers suggest that with a bit of luck the Bruins could have been up in Leaf or Panther territory as also-rans.

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The reason boston is so "lowly" is because they traded the NHLs leading scorer away.
because of the habs mind you.


I actualy feel sorry for bergeron when you look at what kind of a mess bergeron is in. Its a waste of talent if you ask me.

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not to mention 2 quick post season exits

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because of the habs mind you.


I actualy feel sorry for bergeron when you look at what kind of a mess bergeron is in. Its a waste of talent if you ask me.
The Bruins will be better next season. For one thing they started the season with Raycroft, who bombed. Next season they will have Thomas and Toivonen (who missed many games with an injury). They also have some promising young talent. I like Yan Stastny, some of their rookie Dmen look good, and they will have Boynton back (and in better shape).

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This thread reaks of low class. Nice job LesHabsRock

Closed before it gets out of hand.

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