Explaination for todays Game

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    Re: Explaination for todays Game

    Tonights loss was a combination of things; Horton not being able to bury a goal; Rask while played okay did not make the oppotune save; Sloppy not clearing the zone early in the game that lead to Sabre goal and sloppy passing in the O-zone by the Bruins that lead to Sabre odd man rushes twice.
     
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    Taz, where are your Habs in the playoff race?

    ...as you are a little slow, I will help you. STILL LOOKING UP AT THE BRUINS!
     
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    Re: Explaination for todays Game

    Third game in four nights.  They were very tired tonight.  It happens.
     
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    Against a goalie that was "on" did not help the B's.
     
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    OMG the Pnes lost the Devils!!! That's right the Devils!! I think they should trade Crosby for a puck moving defence man, send Marc Fleury down to the AHL to see if he can still play and fire the coach and GM!!! Hey it will work for the B's right?
     
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    Don't underestimate the Sabres.  They are only out of the playoff race because they stank the first 14 games of the season.  If they'd played through those the way they've played the rest of their 31 games (long enough to not just be a hot streak) they would have 55 points, be 8th in the east, and would be nipping at Boston's heels for the division lead.
     
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