ARE THE BRUINS ON THE VERGE OF A DYNASTY?

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    ARE THE BRUINS ON THE VERGE OF A DYNASTY?

    with this team largely in tact for future runs, and thomas looking like he could go at an elite level for another 2-3 years with rask there to pick up the slack if he slip or gets the injury/old man bug, i dont see why we cant stay in top contention for the next few years. at least as the patriots did. perhaps 3 championships in 4 years. the other hope for optimism is with the minor leagues and youngsters such as seguin. the organization is well-stocked to keep it going. now that they have crossed the threshold, it should get EASIER. they now know how to do it. 3 7th game wins in one playoff run should help with such future success.
     
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    Relax and celebrate this one
     
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    Stanley cup is back in Boston...  And the thing thats most cup winners cant say is.

    -We Still have 90% of our roster still under contract.  Sad to see Recchi go and Ryder may not be back either.

    -Our 19 year old draft pick will have a full offseason under his belt.  Hopefully one more year improved.

    -We hold the 9th overall pick

    -The majority of our contributors Bergeron, Horton, Lucic, Kreji, Marchand, Seidenburg, Mcquad are under 30.

    -  With the loss of Recchi's 2M and the raise in cap this year, if Savard retires, Ryder chooses to leaven and Kaberle re-signs for similar money the bruins could have a potential 8M in cap space to add to this team.  And thats after we throw money at Marchand to lock him up!!!

    The point is that Boston, your cup champs are gonna be real good for a long time!!!

     
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    In Response to Re: ARE THE BRUINS ON THE VERGE OF A DYNASTY?:
    [QUOTE]Relax and celebrate this one
    Posted by maddog2020[/QUOTE]

    Two votes for this.
     
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    As long as Krejci and Bergeron are our 2 tops centers, we can win it all
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: ARE THE BRUINS ON THE VERGE OF A DYNASTY? : Two votes for this.
    Posted by pschuller[/QUOTE]

    Three now.
     
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    In Response to Re: ARE THE BRUINS ON THE VERGE OF A DYNASTY?:
    [QUOTE]Relax and celebrate this one
    Posted by maddog2020[/QUOTE]

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    Man -I just want to enjoy this.  Also, dynasties are rare in hockey in this day and age.  I will be satisfied with being relevant (in playoffs - continuing to make runs at the cup) over the next decade!
     
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    [QUOTE]Relax and celebrate this one
    Posted by maddog2020[/QUOTE]

    QFFT!

     
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    [QUOTE]Stanley cup is back in Boston...  And the thing thats most cup winners cant say is. -We Still have 90% of our roster still under contract.  Sad to see Recchi go and Ryder may not be back either. -Our 19 year old draft pick will have a full offseason under his belt.  Hopefully one more year improved. -We hold the 9th overall pick -The majority of our contributors Bergeron, Horton, Lucic, Kreji, Marchand, Seidenburg, Mcquad are under 30. -  With the loss of Recchi's 2M and the raise in cap this year, if Savard retires, Ryder chooses to leaven and Kaberle re-signs for similar money the bruins could have a potential 8M in cap space to add to this team.  And thats after we throw money at Marchand to lock him up!!! The point is that Boston, your cup champs are gonna be real good for a long time!!!
    Posted by prob2236[/QUOTE]

    And we have a lot of good talent in cupboard, waiting to make their appearance. Yes indeed, we have a lot to look forward to !
     
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    [QUOTE]with this team largely in tact for future runs, and thomas looking like he could go at an elite level for another 2-3 years with rask there to pick up the slack if he slip or gets the injury/old man bug, i dont see why we cant stay in top contention for the next few years. at least as the patriots did. perhaps 3 championships in 4 years. the other hope for optimism is with the minor leagues and youngsters such as seguin. the organization is well-stocked to keep it going. now that they have crossed the threshold, it should get EASIER. they now know how to do it. 3 7th game wins in one playoff run should help with such future success.
    Posted by COMMUNIST-CONTRARIAN[/QUOTE]

    DUH ! ! !   Someone just woke up
    Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013
    Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013
    Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013
    Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013
    Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013
    Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013



     
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    Re: ARE THE BRUINS ON THE VERGE OF A DYNASTY?

    It's the NHL and dynasty is hard to come by in the new cap bound world. The difference maker may well be Thomas and he is 38. They are going to be very good but dynasty? You may all be getting a head of yourselves, they will be a playoff team to deal with for some years to come but if the Penguins haven't won three in a row with the spectacular young players they have, what about the Bruins makes them more likely to?
     

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