Bruins les victoires, et pourquoi pas?

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    Bruins les victoires, et pourquoi pas?

    Be careful you arrogant, cocky, live-in-the-past Canadiens fans:� the B's just might make a series out of this. The ice should be a little more level for this B's-Cans series, now that Montreal has caught the injury bug of late.� The Bruins have had to overcome more than their share of injuries this season, but no one's mentioned the rash of injuries suffered by 4 key Montreal players in recent weeks: Best Defenseman (and hardest hitter), offensively and defensively:� Komisarek2nd line and top 3 PP point-getter:� KoivuCheapshot,�agitator�defenseman:� BoullionEnigmatic forward (way underperformed offensively this season):� RyderA reminder:� Bruins have recent history on their side, having won 4 of past 7 Boston-Montreal playoff series since 1988, including beating Canadiens and Patrick Roy the last 3 series they played at the hallowed but�since shuttered�Forum.� Quelle domage...The pressure is ALL on Montreal.� And the B's have nothing to lose.If the Price ain't right, you're in deep ka-ka, eh?�Pour les fans�du Canadiens:� Fermez les bouches au collectivement, et enjoie les Bruins du Boston!

     
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    Bruins les victoires, et pourquoi pas?

    Certainement, thanks for the offer.� It was the best I could do, lo the many years since high school!

     
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    That's okay, no country has it all, but one thing we do have in New England is hockey.� We also have the oldest indoor hockey rink in all of�North America (including Canada)!Let's hope this series is good enough to get B's-Cans rivalry back on track.�By the way, though I appreciate your efforts to improve my French and our culture in the process, I'm not so sure a French-Canadian should be giving lessons on proper French, since we all know Parisian French is best, oui?� Merci beaucoup.�

     
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    Bruins les victoires, et pourquoi pas?

    That�really depends on which section of London one is talking about.� Or speaking from.� Cockney or the King's English?� Cockney vs. Boston accent?� I'll take Boston any day, "and so won't you" (as we say here)�after next week.

     

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