Game 3: Bruins v. NYR (21/05/13), 2-0 Bruins Series Lead

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    Re: Game 3: Bruins v. NYR (21/05/13), 2-0 Bruins Series Lead

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    ...then why did you make that ridiculous wager if you had no intention to honour it?

     



    Because he's Stanley and he's prone to ridiculous things.  His favorite team is in the second round of the playoffs.  He wants to hang with us and enjoy it.

    Whatever.  He's fine.

     
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    Re: Game 3: Bruins v. NYR (21/05/13), 2-0 Bruins Series Lead

    I repeat my call for Seguin to replace Jagr. 

     
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    Re: Game 3: Bruins v. NYR (21/05/13), 2-0 Bruins Series Lead

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    Keep doing the same thing in the third period. Don't change a thing. Totally outplaying them.



    For once...I agree with you BRUINS outskating the NYR ....soon or later their luck will end ...

    I would put my money on Jagr for the next goal ..he is overdue ...so does Seguin

     
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    Re: Game 3: Bruins v. NYR (21/05/13), 2-0 Bruins Series Lead

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    ...then why did you make that ridiculous wager if you had no intention to honour it?

     

     



    Because he's Stanley and he's prone to ridiculous things.  His favorite team is in the second round of the playoffs.  He wants to hang with us and enjoy it.

     

    Whatever.  He's fine.



    Thanks

     
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    Re: Game 3: Bruins v. NYR (21/05/13), 2-0 Bruins Series Lead

    One of those 3 players will score in the 3rd ....JAGR,  SEGUIN,  KRUG

    and by the way ...have you seen Pev tonight ??   Why does CJ KEEP HIM IN THE LINE UP .?   I just dont get it ...if Soderberg cant play better than Pev...send him back to Sweeden RIGHT NOW

     
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    The B's are in the second round of the playoffs.  There isn't one single person that is posting here tonight that cares about a virtual bet you made on the Pats BDC message board.

     

     
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    Jagr is being outplayed by Peverley this game.......but that's a good thing. I like speed over a big body in this series bc the NYR are a big team.

     
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    Re: Game 3: Bruins v. NYR (21/05/13), 2-0 Bruins Series Lead

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    What ??   Seguin only scored twice in his last 28 playoffs games .....UNREAL 

     



    Stanley, be nice u know your on probation. We will send u back to posting jail.

     

     



    Iam being nice..its just that I am surprised that a talented player like Seguin only scored twice in his last 28 games (playoffs)

     

     



    So much for keeping your end of our bet eh Stanley. Not a man of your word whatsoever. Pretty sad.

     

     



    Give me a break my friend..its almost impossible not to comment during the playoffs ...I will offer you a beer in Boston next season...

     

     



     

    Knowing that, why would you make the bet? Tells me you had no intention of honouring your side of the bet from the get go. Anyways, it obviously doesn't mean anything to you, so I won't waste my breath.

     



    Ok a meal and a beer. On Causeway st,  next season I swear...you'll be my guest

     



    Sullivan's tap serves food?

     
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    I think the Bruins are in fine position going into the 3rd period.  Rangers aren't playing great although their goalie has been outstanding.

     

    But the style NY is stuck with is not winning hockey.

     

     

     
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    NAS, Bassfishing = ignore.

    Posting will be a lot better after following this advice.

     
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    Re: Game 3: Bruins v. NYR (21/05/13), 2-0 Bruins Series Lead

    This team is playing too good to lose, but so far Lundqvist is working on getting all three stars. I know he's the difference maker for them on most nights but are the Rangers this bad or are we this good? We owned the puck again in the second period.

     
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    Everyone saying we have them where we want them is silly. We have no good looks on Lundqvist, so he's seeing everything. All the shots are from the perimeter. I feel like I am a Wild fan in the 2003 Conf Finals pretending we can get one on Giguere.

    lol

    They're going to need a PP or to really tune up the skating to get him to move more.



    They've had 2 breakaways and have had other good opportunities, far better than anything the Rangers have thrown at Rask

     
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    What ??   Seguin only scored twice in his last 28 playoffs games .....UNREAL 

     



    Stanley, be nice u know your on probation. We will send u back to posting jail.

     

     



    Iam being nice..its just that I am surprised that a talented player like Seguin only scored twice in his last 28 games (playoffs)

     

     



    So much for keeping your end of our bet eh Stanley. Not a man of your word whatsoever. Pretty sad.

     

     



    Give me a break my friend..its almost impossible not to comment during the playoffs ...I will offer you a beer in Boston next season...

     

     



     

    Knowing that, why would you make the bet? Tells me you had no intention of honouring your side of the bet from the get go. Anyways, it obviously doesn't mean anything to you, so I won't waste my breath.

     



    Ok a meal and a beer. On Causeway st,  next season I swear...you'll be my guest

     

     



    Sullivan's tap serves food?

     



    Just Slim-Jims

     
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    Re: Game 3: Bruins v. NYR (21/05/13), 2-0 Bruins Series Lead

    My eyes just can't believe how Krug is good ! And Bartkowski is improving each step he takes.

    Now, why the hell is it 1-0 Rangers, it's hard to believe. But if the B's keep buzzing, they'll find a way ! It would be heartbreaking to dominate that much and lose, so let's cross our fingers!

     
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    hangnail, see above

     
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    I think the Bruins are in fine position going into the 3rd period.  Rangers aren't playing great although their goalie has been outstanding.

     

    But the style NY is stuck with is not winning hockey.

     

     



    Correct it may work tonight but over the long run no.

     
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    Re: Game 3: Bruins v. NYR (21/05/13), 2-0 Bruins Series Lead

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    I repeat my call for Seguin to replace Jagr. 




    Seguin only 6:47 TOI through 2 periods.  Only ST has had less ice time.

     
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    Re: Game 3: Bruins v. NYR (21/05/13), 2-0 Bruins Series Lead

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    Everyone saying we have them where we want them is silly. We have no good looks on Lundqvist, so he's seeing everything. All the shots are from the perimeter. I feel like I am a Wild fan in the 2003 Conf Finals pretending we can get one on Giguere.

    lol

    They're going to need a PP or to really tune up the skating to get him to move more.

     



    They've had 2 breakaways and have had other good opportunities, far better than anything the Rangers have thrown at Rask

     



    And Rask looks sharp enough to hold the Rangers to that one goal while his teammates work to sort out Lundqvist at the other end, hang.

     
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    Ok a meal and a beer. On Causeway st,  next season I swear...you'll be my guest

     

    Sullivan's tap serves food?

     

    Just Slim-Jims

     

     



    ...and pickled eggs.

     

     
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    In response to RichHillOntario's comment:

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    Everyone saying we have them where we want them is silly. We have no good looks on Lundqvist, so he's seeing everything. All the shots are from the perimeter. I feel like I am a Wild fan in the 2003 Conf Finals pretending we can get one on Giguere.

    lol

    They're going to need a PP or to really tune up the skating to get him to move more.

     



    They've had 2 breakaways and have had other good opportunities, far better than anything the Rangers have thrown at Rask

     

     



    And Rask looks sharp enough to hold the Rangers to that one goal while his teammates work to sort out Lundqvist at the other end, hang.

     



    Yes a second goal well I might not have to tell u the rest.

     
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    Re: Game 3: Bruins v. NYR (21/05/13), 2-0 Bruins Series Lead

    Only 4ever can accept my offer ...4ever I swear I will offer you a meal next season when I go to Boston...I will let you know wich date as soon as the schedule comes out ..a meal and all the beer you can drink on me....I will be glad to meet you....please acknowledge...thanks

     
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    Re: Game 3: Bruins v. NYR (21/05/13), 2-0 Bruins Series Lead

    Rangers -- 7 consecutive periods at HOME without having to kill a penalty. I hope that answers some of the questions about Refs assigned to MSG.

     
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    Re: Game 3: Bruins v. NYR (21/05/13), 2-0 Bruins Series Lead

    In response to Crowls2424's comment:

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    I repeat my call for Seguin to replace Jagr. 

     




    Seguin only 6:47 TOI through 2 periods.  Only ST has had less ice time.

     



    How can you score when you play with Mr Useless PEV..??

     
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