2014 Bruins 7th player award

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    2014 Bruins 7th player award

    You can vote at

    http://nesn.com/2014/02/2014-7th-player-award/

    I think Rielly Smith, right?

     

    And Marco, don't write in Kessel and/or Seguin.  Contest is only for current Bruins.

     
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    Re: 2014 Bruins 7th player award

    I thought right off the bat, Reilly Smith but Yetiberg is making a late push......

     
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    I think it has to be Smith, though I'd slot in Soderberg as a fairly close second.

     
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    Re: 2014 Bruins 7th player award

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    You can vote at

    http://nesn.com/2014/02/2014-7th-player-award/

    I think Rielly Smith, right?

     

    And Marco, don't write in Kessel and/or Seguin.  Contest is only for current Bruins.

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    I can't vote, but if I was to chose right now the Yeti wins it. 

     
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    I can't vote, but if I was to chose right now the Yeti wins it. 

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    Why can't you vote?

     
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    It won't let us Canadians register.

     
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    I can't vote, but if I was to chose right now the Yeti wins it. 




    Why can't you vote?

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    As Red says.

     
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    What about Krug?

    Eighth on the team in scoring as a rookie defenseman while still keeping his own end in order.  I'd be okay with that.

    I'm okay with Smith, Soderberg or Krug.  Smith is in quite a rut, however.  His game is losing a lot of steam.  That could affect the vote.

     
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    Yetiberg wlll undoubtedly lose to Smith but in the playoffs there will be no doubt.  

     

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    I thought right off the bat, Reilly Smith but Yetiberg is making a late push......

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    What about Krug?

    Eighth on the team in scoring as a rookie defenseman while still keeping his own end in order.  I'd be okay with that.

    I'm okay with Smith, Soderberg or Krug.  Smith is in quite a rut, however.  His game is losing a lot of steam.  That could affect the vote.

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    I thought of Krug, but I actually had high expectations of him, so that would be the difference. He didn't exceed them in my mind, he met them.

     
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    What about Krug?

    Eighth on the team in scoring as a rookie defenseman while still keeping his own end in order.  I'd be okay with that.

    I'm okay with Smith, Soderberg or Krug.  Smith is in quite a rut, however.  His game is losing a lot of steam.  That could affect the vote.

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    I thought of Krug, but I actually had high expectations of him, so that would be the difference. He didn't exceed them in my mind, he met them.

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    That's how I feel too Red. How's that shining of the $100 bill coming along? LaughingTongue Out

     
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    I think Soderberg gets it....he has no chance of winning it whatsoever but take a peek at Chad Johnsons numbers.

    13-3-1 .919 and 2.22.....Who would have thought that at the beginning of the year?

     
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    If in the tradition of this award it is based strictly on "above and beyond" expectations I think it has to be Smith.  If at the start of the year I was told at the 3/4 mark Soderberg would have 36 pts I would be content if not a little disappointed.  Smith with 45, I would have said who?

    Nick Johnson has been a pleasant surprise but I know many ppl who feel Red Light Rasico (sp?) would have a sub 2.00 GAA with this team so that probably plays against him.

    With the Seidenberg injury I think all the young D deserve some consideration but for me, Kevan Miller is second to Smith (despite the smaller sample size).

     
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    If in the tradition of this award it is based strictly on "above and beyond" expectations I think it has to be Smith.  If at the start of the year I was told at the 3/4 mark Soderberg would have 36 pts I would be content if not a little disappointed.  Smith with 45, I would have said who?

    Nick Johnson has been a pleasant surprise but I know many ppl who feel Red Light Rasico (sp?) would have a sub 2.00 GAA with this team so that probably plays against him.

    With the Seidenberg injury I think all the young D deserve some consideration but for me, Kevan Miller is second to Smith (despite the smaller sample size).



    "Sweet hands" played in Providence for most of the season. I don't he qualifies for this award this year. But CHAD Johnson played for the Boston Bruins.

     
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    I think Soderberg gets it....he has no chance of winning it whatsoever but take a peek at Chad Johnsons numbers.

    13-3-1 .919 and 2.22.....Who would have thought that at the beginning of the year?

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    I almost put him down too kel, but he hasn't played enough games I don't think for him to win it. 

     
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    If Reilly Smith heats up down the stretch, this is his award to lose. Soderberg has been very good since moving to center and has a chance if Smith stays cold.

     

    Krug to me raised the bar for himself with his playoff performances last season, so may get overlooked in the spirit of the award.

     

    I'll vote Smith because there were zero expectations for him going into the season.

     
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    If in the tradition of this award it is based strictly on "above and beyond" expectations I think it has to be Smith.  If at the start of the year I was told at the 3/4 mark Soderberg would have 36 pts I would be content if not a little disappointed.  Smith with 45, I would have said who?

    Nick Johnson has been a pleasant surprise but I know many ppl who feel Red Light Rasico (sp?) would have a sub 2.00 GAA with this team so that probably plays against him.

    With the Seidenberg injury I think all the young D deserve some consideration but for me, Kevan Miller is second to Smith (despite the smaller sample size).

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    "Sweet hands" played in Providence for most of the season. I don't he qualifies for this award this year. But CHAD Johnson does qualify.

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    ha, sorry, Chad.  but even Nick could play goal for the Bruins according to many ppl.

     
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    "Sweet hands" played in Providence for most of the season. I don't he qualifies for this award this year. But CHAD Johnson played for the Boston Bruins.

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    Sweet Hands should get some consideration anyway because he has such sweet hands.

     
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    Re: 2014 Bruins 7th player award

    honestly Just thinking outside the box but I was just asking someone how much could the bruins expect out of campbell after suffering the broken leg in playoffs last year? 

    I like the Krug and sodaberg votes too. 

    But Reilly smith has really surprised probabley even himself And management that traded for him.

     
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    Krug and Smith both excelled equally this year, but for me Smith wins based on lower initial expectations. 

     
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    Re: 2014 Bruins 7th player award

    My dark horse -- Boychuk -- this guy bleeds Black and Gold and would stick his head in a buzzsaw for his coach and teamates. May not have the talent and the tools but hard work and effort are always there. 

     
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    Chad was almost ousted for Sved in Jan after 2 straight dec losses but is 7-0-1 with a shutout all since loss of Seid's.

    in 10Gp 8GS 545:19 mins 19 GA 248Sh 229Sa .923SA% 2.09GAA, so from 6-3 which everyone would feel like realistic type numbers for a backup to 13-3-1, he is a contender and will see more mins down the stretch because of it and able to rest TRask.  Khudo was only 9-4-1 with a SO last year.

    But Yeti would get my vote if I could vote, 6Gp 2gp in playoffs last year, I did not figure cj was going to give him a chance, but he has earned it and has been more than a small player in the betterment of the PP-2ppg and 10pppoints, is 5th in assists despite playing with a plethora of linemates and Kelly(somehow he scored 20 once) and 13:54 per game.

     

    GOAT!!!

     
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    My dark horse -- Boychuk -- this guy bleeds Black and Gold and would stick his head in a buzzsaw for his coach and teamates. May not have the talent and the tools but hard work and effort are always there. 

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    Boychuk has been awesome.  I agree.

     
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