Despite B's win, a coaching change is a must.

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    Despite B's win, a coaching change is a must.

    Let's be honest guys, this team played about 35min of good hockey. Although, it seemed Claude felt the heat from Neely and let his offensive guys get creative. I did not notice more than 3 "dump-and-chase" plays, hmmmm...

    I still believe we have the right players, just not the right coach.
     
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    Re: Despite B's win, a coaching change is a must.

    Agreed-- they went into the defensive shell at the end and almost blew it.
     
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    Re: Despite B's win, a coaching change is a must.

    Great first period. Once they came out in the second they sat back and played not to lose hockey. They should have jumped on their throats and crushed them.
     
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    Re: Despite B's win, a coaching change is a must.

    Give it a rest.  Who are we going to go and get?  We've made the playoffs each of the last two years, and may have made it to the conference finals had Krejci not gotten hurt against Philly.  We're currently only a couple of points out of first place.  They've played quite a few games lately and sometimes the players don't show up, no matter how much a coach tries to motivate them.  As a fan going on 40 years, relax and enjoy this team, it's one of the better teams we've had the pleasure to put out on the ice in the last 20 years.
     
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    Re: Despite B's win, a coaching change is a must.

    Another game the Bruins should have lost. Without Thomas they are battling for last place with Toronto. Washington is more talented than Boston so being out played by them is not that bad. But all we hear is how great Clod's defensive "system" is so you would think they could clog up the neuutral zone in the third period and keep the shots under 15 maybe??? There is no system here except hope Thomas (the guy they wanted to trade) saves our azzes.
     
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    Re: Despite B's win, a coaching change is a must.

    Ken Hitchcock, a Stanley Cup winner, is still looking for work. Wake the heck up, Chiaroni!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Re: Despite B's win, a coaching change is a must.

    I'm not sure that I agree or disagree Cutthroat. The third period looked a lot more like DEFENCE FIRST, and it was overdone. Wheeler and Bergeron played a great game, best of the year for Wheeler, BUT, Recchi was less than visible. His skills in handling the puck have really gone south. Savard and his linemates were not at their best. Seguin had his moments, but he has started to throw a check with his backside which really seems to leave him out of the play. It may be that the solid weight of most NHL mature players have made him feel like he is bouncing off, but this is not a good habit to form. Ryder was again missing in action. Reliable Kreji had an off nite and almost gave the game away except for Seidenberg and Timmy. Horton skated well until the 3rd, but Lucic was not the Looch we know. McQuaid did well and proved there is no need for Thornton's mistakes.
     

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