Boston Not a Hockey Town (Per Jagr)

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    maybe he didn't know that the b's have only been around for nearly 90 yrs.... 

    name me an original 6 city where hockey isn't popular?.... 

     




    That's what I mean. He's been in the NFL for 20 years and doesn't recall even this?

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fe7NyqY2Uyg

     



    First your Pats are showing. Secondly maybe he remembers the 13 years of his career when the Bruins weren't even close to selling out every night.

     

    http://www.hockeydb.com/nhl-attendance/att_graph.php?tmi=4919

     




    Obviously, NHL.

     

    Ever watch that NESN documentary on the history of the Bruins?  There are 3 clips in a row of Neely scoring goals when they get to that segment on those early/mid 90s clubs.

    I was at the 50 goals in 42 games. Jon Morris  (you know that name? Look it up) was 5 rows behind us with a neighbor of mine. 

    I was at the game where he spun 360 degrees on Darren Madeley and scored that gorgeous goal. 2nd row, opposite side of ice for that one.

    The last one was vs Quebec where he split the D down the middle weaving in and out and then undressed Fiset with a backhander.  Loge, opposite end of the ice.

    I was also at Bourque's career 1000th point game in 1992. I have been lucky enough to see a ton of great games in there, on the road as well, and I am a loyal fan. Don't question it.  You just focus on yourself and keeping in line with the discussion topic.

     

    Enough with this garbage that I am somehow not a huge B's fan where you run around trying to discredit my opinion. SanBrewie and Kevlie got caught doing that yesterday where I had mentioned Redden was in the minors before the lockout and they both mocked me. LOL

    Guess who was right? lol

    They didn't know  that info, so they mock the person giving it, only to be wrong.

    I practically grew up in the building.  Used to go to a game a week at one point from '90-'94.

    Been to easily over 100 games at the old place. The new place sucks.  So, enough with this little game you like to play attempting to minimize my opinion. It's old and it's annoying for the board.

    Get over yourself, Super Fan.




    Another Patriot reference or the former All-American Center from UMass-Lowell?  Or someone else?

     
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    Re: Boston Not a Hockey Town (Per Jagr)

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    Enough with this garbage that I am somehow not a huge B's fan where you run around trying to discredit my opinion. SanBrewie and Kevlie got caught doing that yesterday where I had mentioned Redden was in the minors before the lockout and they both mocked me. LOL

    Guess who was right? lol

     




    You were wrong though, you said he played in the minors with St. Louis.  Someone quoted you saying it.

    "..led Redden to get buried in minors (with STL)."

     
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    Who picked him up on the waiver wire in the minors? Honest question.

    I was under the impression he was bought out by NY and then signed as a free agent with St. Louis.

     
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    Anyone else who was watching what I was can vouch for that, too. The point was he was in the minors for almost TWO SEASONS with the Rangers and then got picked by STL this year from the minors.

    I was posting articles in that thread about it and everything.

     



    WRONG.

    He was signed as a free agent by st louis.

    He was waived by NY then they bought him out and he signed with st louis.

     
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    You. Were. Wrong. Thats the point. thats why everyone is giving you such a hard time.

    He was not picked up in the minors. he signed to an nhl team after being a free agent. that is the point.

     
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    You said 'picked up on waivers by st. louis.'-wrong

    you said he played in the minors in st. louis-wrong.

     
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    Another Patriot reference or the former All-American Center from UMass-Lowell?  Or someone else?

     

    UMass Lowelll guy. Drafted by the Devils, I believe in 1987. Never amounted to much.

     

     



    Morris is a Chelmsford guy, drafted by the Devils in 1984.  Also played 4 games for the B's the year Neely potted 50 in 44.

     
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    You said 'picked up on waivers by st. louis.'-wrong

    you said he played in the minors in st. louis-wrong.




    Dave,

    The guy is a tool and a troll.  He may have watched a few hockey games, and his 72 Facebook friends probably think he's as smart as Liam Maguire, but here, he's useless.  There is not point or hope discussing any of this with him.  He can't hang in this group.

    Join me in ignoring his, will you?

     
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    Another Patriot reference or the former All-American Center from UMass-Lowell?  Or someone else?

     

    UMass Lowelll guy. Drafted by the Devils, I believe in 1987. Never amounted to much.

     

     

     



    Morris is a Chelmsford guy, drafted by the Devils in 1984.  Also played 4 games for the B's the year Neely potted 50 in 44.

     

     

     


    Yep. That's him. He played with Phil Bourque on those teams, ironically, a former teammate of Jagr's.

     




    Bourque and Morris are both Chelmsford guys, but did not play together.  Bourque was a 1980 grad, Morris was a 1984 grad.

    Bourque played with George Popp and Mark Goggin (father of B's 2008 draft pick Mark Goggin), while Morris played with Rob Badger.  

    Being a Chelmsford guy myself, I remember them well.

     
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    Another Patriot reference or the former All-American Center from UMass-Lowell?  Or someone else?

     

    UMass Lowelll guy. Drafted by the Devils, I believe in 1987. Never amounted to much.

     

     

     



    Morris is a Chelmsford guy, drafted by the Devils in 1984.  Also played 4 games for the B's the year Neely potted 50 in 44.

     

     

     


    Yep. That's him. He played with Phil Bourque on those teams, ironically, a former teammate of Jagr's.

     

     




    Bourque and Morris are both Chelmsford guys, but did not play together.  Bourque was a 1980 grad, Morris was a 1984 grad.

     

    Bourque played with George Popp and Mark Goggin (father of B's 2008 draft pick Mark Goggin), while Morris played with Rob Badger.  

    Being a Chelmsford guy myself, I remember them well.

     




    I thought they both graduated in '84?  Oh well.  Yeah, they've had some good players come through. Keith Aucoin has made it to the NHL, too.

     

     




    Don't normally expect to see Jon Morris references out here, that's why I engaged, rather than an effort to trip you up.

     

     
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    Re: Boston Not a Hockey Town (Per Jagr)

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    Why?

     Get the F... out of this room is that clear enough MORON ???

     

    You don't think that's an odd statement?

     



    It is an odd statement, but he didn't say that Boston is not a hockey town.

     

    Go back to the Pats.  We don't need or want you here.  You add nothing.

     



    That's essentially what he said.  Yes.

     

    And, don't tell me where to go, old man.  You fanboys here are so lame. It's like this little competition of fanboys trying to one up the other.  Or, should I say fangirls?

    Overly sensitive sallies.

     




     
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    Keith Aucoin is a great example in perseverance

     
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    You said 'picked up on waivers by st. louis.'-wrong

    you said he played in the minors in st. louis-wrong.

     




    Dave,

     

    The guy is a tool and a troll.  He may have watched a few hockey games, and his 72 Facebook friends probably think he's as smart as Liam Maguire, but here, he's useless.  There is not point or hope discussing any of this with him.  He can't hang in this group.

    Join me in ignoring his, will you?



    nas, done and done. Thank you.

     
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    RWTK,

    it seems like you're filtering Jagr's words through your own deep disdain for him.  As is your right you made no secret of not favouring his acquisition. 

    In fact your words on 4/2/2013 were "I've never been a Jagr fan. There's a reason why he's bounced around so much and hasn't won jack squat since he played on those loaded Pitt teams 20 years ago."  

    It's no surprise you perceive his comments as negative when they're anything but.

     
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    I think he got the message clear,,,,

     

     
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    Keith Aucoin is a great example in perseverance




    Agree stan....public MA high school to DIII Norwich, grinding it out in the minors, taking every NHL chance you get along the way.

     
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    My god, you tools are a joke here.  Just dorky goobers that focus on the dumbest things in this little clique you have assembled here.

    So I see you're read the book "How to win friends and influence people."

     



     
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    Anyone catch his comment last night? Awfully strange.  An original six team, the first American NHL franchise, all the great players, the tradition, the fact he used to come into the hold Garden early in his career in particular the '91 and '92 playoffs, and he just came from Dallas?

    Very odd.

    One of the oddest comments I've seen from a newly acquired player.




    When Kessel was with the Bruins and acquired Recchi I read into Recchi's comment '99% of the guys are only interested in winning the cup'.

    I thought there was something there and I believe Recchi was using "99%" figuratively and was referring to Kessel.

    I read into comments.

    The comment

    I didn’t know the fans loved the hockey so much here in Boston

    doesn't mean anything to me at all.  IMO this is the biggest hockey town he's ever played in., if for whatever reason he didn't know before he's putting the pieces together now.  English isn't his first language and something might have gotten lost in translation.

     

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