Bruin's Master Plan?

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    He also had a master plan at the deadline. 
     
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    He also had a master plan at the deadline. 
    Posted by derrickmorin


    his master plan was to NOT trade away his draft picks or young players ...which was the correct plan
     
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    In Response to Re: Bruin's Master Plan? : his master plan was to NOT trade away his draft picks or young players ...which was the correct plan
    Posted by stillallbost08


    It did work out.  But it definitely wasn't his plan. 
     
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    PC will certainly get Hall/Seguin, they will not move that pick and there trying to  deal away pick 15 for immediate help, ala, Horton (he's a RW who will score at least 30 goals), As faer as pick 32 goes, its anyones guess. I know they wanna get in the top 5 for a Dman, the only trading partner wants way too much for pick 4.
    The master plan has many scenerios and until the 1st part happens (trade, draft etc), it will work its way thru to finalize the master plan.
    In that plan also depends on dumping salary which could come with sending pick 32 to a team(along with a salary dump) with that team wanting someone bad enuf thats still available.
    I would bet that the 1sd rd will break a time record on how long it takes to get rd one done lol

     
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    Nice post Tony. Totally agree.  I need to see something creative and bold next w/e, where i come away saying, "wow, ok i get where we are going now". So far I have not seen this from PC.  But I am very nervous b/c PC does leave the impression that he makes it up as he goes. I also agree w/ the first poster- go for broke and draft all offense! I would be very happy w/ Connolly or Etem to go w/ Seguin. And another trade for Horton or Marty St. Louis. Draft and develop a D-man w/ Torontos 1st next year.
     
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       I believe the "master plan" refers to figuring out the best restaurants in LA.
     
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    if the plan is to have most boring team in hockey they suceeded.   
     
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    Given how little good any of the people traded at the deadline did, I'm happy he did nothing major then. Seriously, only Toivonen and Boynton went to the cup winner, Hannu never played, Boynton was almost a non factor playing in only three playoff games fora total of 25 minutes.

    We saw Torres, we know Ponikarovsky, and there wasn't much else on the table at the deadline.

    The Bruins were a couple good bounces or a bit more swagger away from the ECF, and they accomplished it with 2 of their top 4 defensemen on the shelf and with their top goal scorer out, and their second best center of the season going down during the final series.



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    I heard Chiarelli mention the other day that the Bruin's have a "master plan" .. I have serious doubts, how about everyone else? This draft for instance, we have a dire need for scoring, but I have a feeling that they want to move up from 15 to take a defenseman.. Your thoughts?
    Posted by cactusTony

     
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    pretty sure a guy like Cam Fowler would help the offensive situation.
    Posted by pbergeron37


    I gotta agree here. Get better at the back and you're automatically better at the front - quicker transitions, more effective mid-ice and O-zone control, etc.

    The Bruins need to be younger, faster, and better (offensively) by July 2. Horton, at 25, with his 30 goal yearly potential (playing for a much better Bruin team) and one of the three top Dmen in the draft would be a couple of giant steps in that direction.

    The past is a mist; the future is a dream. Be here now! Trade what you need to as far as draft picks are concerned (including TO's #1 next year, if need be) to get up to 3, 4, or 5 this year where you'll get, IMO, great value. Then:

    1. Draft Taylor/Tyler at #2
    2. Trade for Horton
    3. Trade for #3, #4, or #5 and draft your new (after a year or two of schooling) blueline rock.

    That'd be my master Plan. 
     
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    pretty sure a guy like Cam Fowler would help the offensive situation.
    Posted by pbergeron37

    For sure

     
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    MAster Plan???  That's funny...his plan is not to screw up the #2 pick...he will have alll the staff escort him to the podium..if he calls someone else's name...Cam Neeley will check him into the boards....
     
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    No, Bergeron was in.

    Bergeron had as many points and more goals in less games, slaughtered Krejci in faceoff percentage, had more game winning goals, played more time per game, added a short handed goal, had more blocked shots, 1/3 less give aways, 1/3 more takeaways and oh yeah did it with Paille and a rotating cast of dozens on one wing and someone old enough to be either his or Krejci's dad on his other wing.

    Krejci beat Bergeron in two categories, assists and hits.

    Krejci is good, is Bergeron is was and for the foreseeable future will be better.

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    In Response to Re: Bruin's Master Plan? : correction, their best center was out
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    No, Bergeron was in. Bergeron had as many points and more goals in less games, slaughtered Krejci in faceoff percentage, had more game winning goals, played more time per game, added a short handed goal, had more blocked shots, 1/3 less give aways, 1/3 more takeaways and oh yeah did it with Paille and a rotating cast of dozens on one wing and someone old enough to be either his or Krejci's dad on his other wing. Krejci beat Bergeron in two categories, assists and hits. Krejci is good, is Bergeron is was and for the foreseeable future will be better. In Response to Re: Bruin's Master Plan? :
    Posted by bandgbleeder


    Game winning goals is a BS stat. 

    Krejci was stuck with Ryder and Wheeler for 40% of the season.  Bergeron played with Recchi and Sturm for 40% of the season.  I think Bergeron had the better linemates overall.

    I think they both bring high value to their position and neither can be accused of ever dogging it.  The B's are lucky to have them both.
     
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    In Response to Re: Bruin's Master Plan? : Game winning goals is a BS stat.  Krejci was stuck with Ryder and Wheeler for 40% of the season.  Bergeron played with Recchi and Sturm for 40% of the season.  I think Bergeron had the better linemates overall. I think they both bring high value to their position and neither can be accused of ever dogging it.  The B's are lucky to have them both.
    Posted by Not-A-Shot


     Game winning goals is a BS stat (unless in clutch situation ie. overtime).
     
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    In Response to Re: Bruin's Master Plan? :  Game winning goals is a BS stat (unless in clutch situation ie. overtime).
    Posted by Bruins-of-Smeg


    I would put a little more faith in it if it was only counted in the last five minutes or, as you stated, in OT.  If a team is up 3-0 in the first, and the other team scores two in the second, if the game ends 3-2, whomever got that third goal gets the GWG.  That's just dumb.
     
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    It may, or may not be BS, but at least it's consistent. Some of the other stats are a touch annoying in how they are kept.

    And I'll add that Bergeron is far better along the boards both retrieving and defending a puck than Krejci.  And yes, yes they are lucky to have both.

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    In Response to Re: Bruin's Master Plan? : Game winning goals is a BS stat.  Krejci was stuck with Ryder and Wheeler for 40% of the season.  Bergeron played with Recchi and Sturm for 40% of the season.  I think Bergeron had the better linemates overall. I think they both bring high value to their position and neither can be accused of ever dogging it.  The B's are lucky to have them both.
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    It may, or may not be BS, but at least it's consistent. Some of the other stats are a touch annoying in how they are kept. And I'll add that Bergeron is far better along the boards both retrieving and defending a puck than Krejci.  And yes, yes they are lucky to have both. In Response to Re: Bruin's Master Plan? :
    Posted by bandgbleeder


    I'm a huge Bergeron fan.

    And I'll add that Krejci has better vision and doesn't have a history of concussions. To count more stupid stats, Bergeron missed the net almost twice as many times as Krejci last season.

    They each have their qualities.

    I will hate to see either in a different team's jersey.
     
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    In Response to Re: Bruin's Master Plan? : I'm a huge Bergeron fan. And I'll add that Krejci has better vision
    Posted by Not-A-Shot



    ohhhhhh NAS, gotta put up a protest there there, Krejci has silly vision, and is great in traffic and with shifting passing lanes. But don't underestimate Bergeron, he's a gifted play-maker that has been burdened with slow line-mates. I'm gonna try to dig up some of his plays on NHL.com, the video on that site is amazing, you can see clips of every goal & assist he's ever had
     
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    No arguement here, but Krejci has had at least one concussion, as well, Savards had at least two in an admittedly longer career.

    But if i have to choose one center between Bergeron & Krejci, I will reluctantly choose Bergeron seven days a week.

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    In Response to Re: Bruin's Master Plan? : I'm a huge Bergeron fan. And I'll add that Krejci has better vision and doesn't have a history of concussions. To count more stupid stats, Bergeron missed the net almost twice as many times as Krejci last season. They each have their qualities. I will hate to see either in a different team's jersey.
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    In Response to Re: Bruin's Master Plan? : ohhhhhh NAS, gotta put up a protest there there, Krejci has silly vision, and is great in traffic and with shifting passing lanes. But don't underestimate Bergeron, he's a gifted play-maker that has been burdened with slow line-mates. I'm gonna try to dig up some of his plays on NHL.com, the video on that site is amazing, you can see clips of every goal & assist he's ever had
    Posted by OlsonicCreations


    It's certainly subjective.  I should have phrased that differently.  How about, "I think Krejci..."  I've watched at least 75% of all of their games, and with Krejci, I seem to find him making more plays that make me say, "How the hay did he know that guy was there?"
     
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    lol, yeah i know what you mean. too bad NHL.com won't let me link to individual highlights, it would be a great improvement in the functionality of an already great site
     
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       I believe the "master plan" refers to figuring out the best restaurants in LA.Posted by biggskye


    Not the best area in LA to get good food hopefully the ESPN Zone food won't act up when PC is at the podium LoL!
     
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    Played golf at a Bruins function a couple of weeks ago. Seems the organization feels that Seguin is the best player available but Hall fits the mold for the direction of the team. Oh and they want that Fowler kid real bad.

     
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