Boxing Night in Boston

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    Boxing Night in Boston

    Wow!

    Three fights - one goal.

    Put up your dukes boys!
     
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     hate to be in the beer line or wizzing the whole time(5 seconds).
     
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    Holy sh!t!  I think that got 'em going!  Two goals in 90 seconds following the fights!
     
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    ..love how the game thread ENDED 3 hours ago.

    this is some entertainment for sure...


     
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    Wow.  First game all year I miss the start.  Got to the TV with 15 minutes left in the first and apparently I have missed 4 fights and two goals.  lol
     
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    Some minor league flavor never hurt.
     
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    Can't remember the last time I saw three Bruins in the box at the same time all serving majors.
     
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    What a great first period.....what a great first 5 min.  
     
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    My thought as the period comes to close was..Is this what the B's can play like when they roll three lines for some of a period? 
     
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    Best period I've ever seen...
     
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    GAME OF THE YEAR!! WOW!!
     
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    Absolutely awesome start.  Love when the Bruins play physical and show they wont take crap.  Seems like every time that/this happens, they DOMINATE the game.  The stars arent a chump team either, which makes it even a bigger statement.  They keep this up and the game could get REALLY ugly.

    Too bad those "staged" fights dont work, Dallas might have a chance!
     
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    WOW Thornton ...his best fight ever ...25 puches against 0 ...unreal
    McQuaid ...Knocked him out ...WOW
    Even Ferrence almost knockout the idiot that shot after the whistle ...WOW UNREAL   4 fights  4 goals

    Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013
     
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    This just in... NAS has said the 3 (I know there were 4) fights at the beginning had no effect whatsoever on the goals scored afterwards.
     
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    80 seconds in after the third fight and second bruin goal I was thinking, how can this not be the game of the year for the Bruins!   This is an awesome game!!!
     
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                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ng-lRa0HKc

    Something about the Stars in Boston...
     
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    MAN - I rarely miss the first 5 mins of a game, did tonight, and I AM PISSED!!  What a read on the boxscore, and some great highlights.  Can we say deja vu November 1, 2008!?!  Hope this kick starts the boys into another level!!

    GO BRUINS!
     
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    zebras keepin it close.
     
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    Was hoping for a Camp Ott rematch.

    Imagine Luc, Horton and Z, had followed up the first shift, wouls have made it even better. 

    Hopefully next game against Phil and Pit has this intensity.

    Ference fight was the clincher, that is what hockey is about, standing up for your mates, not standing by your mates.  I couldn`t believe him pistonning Burish like that.
     
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    Ference has a classic boxing style tucks his chin in nice n tight then pistons his right hand. With his head tucked down in I've never seen a good clean shot landed on Andrew well worth 2.25Mil IMO...
     
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    Adam McQuaid....that kid can chuckem!
     
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    [QUOTE]Adam McQuaid....that kid can chuckem!
    Posted by Beezfan4life[/QUOTE]
     
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    [QUOTE]This just in... NAS has said the 3 (I know there were 4) fights at the beginning had no effect whatsoever on the goals scored afterwards.
    Posted by callodthedom19[/QUOTE]
    Kouleas and Barnaby on TSN just called Thornton the best 4th line role player in the league.They said that for a guy that fights anybody,he's got actual skills.
     
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    The Stars players saw some stars tonight ....2 KO's McQuaid WOW and Ferrence WOW ...and Thornton his best fight ever .....6 goals on top and Seguin scored ...the BRUINS made me proud tonight ...and I have to congrats Paille for his dirty hit ..for once its not one of our player getting a dirty hit ...the message is clear ...in Boston : Enough is Enough ...bring on the Mtl Cdns ...too bad Lapierre is gone ...wellllets make That Clown Subban pay the price

    Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013 (if they play that way I will have to add 2014)
     
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    In Response to Re: Boxing Night in Boston:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Boxing Night in Boston : Kouleas and Barnaby on TSN just called Thornton the best 4th line role player in the league.They said that for a guy that fights anybody,he's got actual skills.
    Posted by dezaruchi[/QUOTE]
    As Thornton himself has said: He only scores highlight reel goals. I agree he is the best 4th line role player in the league. He plays the part perfectly and is a great teammate.
     

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