DENNIS WIDEMAN

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    LMFAO
     
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    Coach did tell him to "dig in"!
     
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    best wideman thread of the season so far

     
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    Oh me oh my! Well if you're gonna get it. Get in there and get right the first time.
     
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    I saw that when it happened.  Can't believe they left the camera on him so long.

    Hopefully he didn't damage that brain fragment some doctors say he has up in there somewhere.
     
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    Posted by tenderbroccoli[/QUOTE]

    This picture pretty much sums up why I can't stand Wideman.  It seems he concentrates harder while picking his nose than out there on the ice.  
     
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    Everybody is good at something! Wideman finally found his hidden talent.
     
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    Great Pic!!!  I was laughing pretty hard when the camera kept watching him pickin' away during the game.  He does look focused. 

    Now if we could just get him to start yelling "I've got mail. Yaaaaaay!"
     
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    Now we know why he was making so many mistakes before, he had some foreign matter lodged up in there!

    This makes me wish the players actually read these boards sometimes.  Thornton would give him such an earful next practice.
     
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    Hes more focused with a snot on his finger than a puck on his stick

     
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    I was going to say a good caption would be "pick a winner" but we all know there's no winner in Dennis Wideman.

     
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    All kidding aside Mr.Wideman can be a very good defenceman when his game comes back. I myself have riddled him on his poor play on some nites but no one say's anything about the fact he is getting in on assists and is helping to set up plays. Up to this point in the season ther have many Bruins not putting in a full effort and it is really not fair to single out Wides as much as we do because I believe he is trying and is slowly getting his game back with less ice time, not playing with Chara and less powerplay time with Morris in the lineup. Wides is picking up his game and working on his shot and now the Bruins are playing better, so Wides like everyone else will pick up their game. As much as we pick on Wides the Bruins still have a pretty good D core and it's time to leave Wides alone and let him play his game.
     
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    I'm not a fan of #6 but I have to say he played with much more effort and consistency last night.  I'd rather root for you than against you Wideman. 
     
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    Posted by tenderbroccoli[/QUOTE]
    Must be looking for that last puck he gave away!
     
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    ahahaha
     
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    great pic!

    bet he can't do that while skating backwards!
     
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    Wideman is finally focused on something!
     
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    Actually he was trying to stick his finger in his ear and missed wide of the target
     
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    He actually looked better last night, according to the stats (I couldn't watch the game) ... led team in TOI, 4 blocked shots and an assist. However I don't know if he coughed up any of his trademark giveaways?
     
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    Wideman must have stabbed that little part of his pea-brain that keeps him on his feet.  He was falling all over the place today! 
    What a great one-timer too!
     
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    Relax guys, I just found out there is a button in your nose that allows you to pass the puck to your teammates not the opposing team, let Dennis do his thing.

     
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    Best Wideman thread yet.  Finally something concerning Wideman to smile about. 
     
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    I hope he washed his hands before delivering those pies on Thanksgiving!

    Dennis Wideman:

    241st overall Pick by Buffalo in the 2002 NHL Draft.

    Has many errant passes picked off in his own end.

    If Chiarelli could do it over, would he pick Wideman over Brad Boyes?



     

     
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    [QUOTE]I hope he washed his hands before delivering those pies on Thanksgiving! Dennis Wideman: 241st overall Pick by Buffalo in the 2002 NHL Draft. Has many errant passes picked  off in his own end. If Chiarelli could do it over, would he pick Wideman over Brad Boyes?  
    Posted by ditclapper[/QUOTE]

    But would Boyes be the player he is today if he remained a Bruin?
     

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