Chemistry

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    Chemistry

    A lot is made of "team chemistry". It's pretty obvious this team has a wicked bunch of it. I'm trying to remember which Bruins team had as much. I can remember back to the Esposito, Cashman, Hodge, Orr, Awrey, McKenzie, Bucyk, etc. days. It seems there was chemistry involved in that team as well. There were stories about how those guys "hung out" together, much the same as with today's team. Both teams were wildly successful. A few bona fide stars on each team, but I think more importantly, they were a very cohesive and unselfish unit. No one player was as big as the team attidute, etc. 
    Anyone else feel like I do?

    Garfield
     
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    Re: Chemistry

    this team is multiple cups good. i'd be dissapointed if they don't win more than one with this group. as much as chemistry, i think they have the players to play the system. they are all drinking clode's kool-aid. here's to hoping they're drinking that kool-aid from the cup, this year, the next.....
     
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    Bergeron and Brad Boyes had some pretty good chemistry for a bit.  I remember all the press was on the Thornton line, while Bergeron and Boyes were quitely ripping it up -- most likely with a stiff on the other wing

    Not unlike Bergeron and Marchand last year (regarding chemistry -- not to call Recchi a stiff)
     
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    Everyone seems to like Bergeron everywhere he goes. I have a feeling he is a great teamate.
     
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    I think we see evidence of this in how they stick up for each other on the ice. They care about the team above any personal goals and will drop 'em for a teammate with no 2nd thoughts. Like Boychcuk last Saturday in the Philly game when MArchand got creamed by Hartnell. I haven't seen a Bruins team with as much 'all for 1, and 1 for all' attitiude since the Orr Espo years.
     
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    Re: Chemistry

    Memory says it was Sturm on that line towards the end of the season, I remember finally finding a player other than PJ Axelsson on the team to pull for.

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    Bergeron and Brad Boyes had some pretty good chemistry for a bit.  I remember all the press was on the Thornton line, while Bergeron and Boyes were quitely ripping it up -- most likely with a stiff on the other wing Not unlike Bergeron and Marchand last year (regarding chemistry -- not to call Recchi a stiff)
    Posted by Chappy28

     
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    And if Sturm was on that line.....does that not mean that Thornton was gone?
     
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    this team is multiple cups good. i'd be dissapointed if they don't win more than one with this group. as much as chemistry, i think they have the players to play the system. they are all drinking clode's kool-aid. here's to hoping they're drinking that kool-aid from the cup, this year, the next.....
    Posted by adkbeesfan


    Not to sound like a homer but I think so too. They should be a top team and perennial contender for the next 3-5 years provided PC does not do anything stupid. Considering how cautious he is this is unlikely.
     
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    After the trade ya. That line was about the only thing worth cheering for. Brad Stuart and Hal Gill were a tiny bit overmatched trying to carry the three hundred year old Jay Leetch, David Tanabe, the ever injufed Ian Moran and youngsters Mark Sturt, Alberts and Jurchina. Forwards you ask? Brad Isbister, Nathan Robinson, Travis Ganja I mean Green, Wayne Primeau, Marty Reasoner, Colton Orr...

    Are you nauseous yet?
    Raycroft went 8-19 with an .879sv% and 3.71GAA

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    And if Sturm was on that line.....does that not mean that Thornton was gone?
    Posted by TheGuyWithDaThing

     
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     8-zip. The Bruins looked scary-good and are passing as smoothly as one of the cup-winning Red Wings teams. If there is such a thing as elegant hockey the Bruins seem to be playing it right now.
     
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    In Response to Re: Chemistry:
    After the trade ya. That line was about the only thing worth cheering for. Brad Stuart and Hal Gill were a tiny bit overmatched trying to carry the three hundred year old Jay Leetch, David Tanabe, the ever injufed Ian Moran and youngsters Mark Sturt, Alberts and Jurchina. Forwards you ask? Brad Isbister, Nathan Robinson, Travis Ganja I mean Green, Wayne Primeau, Marty Reasoner, Colton Orr... Are you nauseous yet? Raycroft went 8-19 with an .879sv% and 3.71GAA In Response to Re: Chemistry :
    Posted by bandgbleeder


    Dark days indeed. 

    Mark Mowers reminds me of that era.  I so wish they would get rid of him.
     
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    In Response to Re: Chemistry : Dark days indeed.  Mark Mowers reminds me of that era.  I so wish they would get rid of him.
    Posted by BadHabitude


    Agreed....that guy was no better at hockey than he is as a TV anlayst.  I can't believe they can't do better than him
     
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    Eh, Mowers is not the worst TV analyst I've ever seen. He's better than Liam Mchugh and Dan Patrick drive me loopy.

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    In Response to Re: Chemistry : Dark days indeed.  Mark Mowers reminds me of that era.  I so wish they would get rid of him.
    Posted by BadHabitude

     
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