Game 48: Boston at Chicago

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    heck of a good game

     
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    heck of a good game

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    Easily the best of the year. 

     
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    Spooner and Rask not impressive in SO

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    please,Spooner had a bad game but he hit the post, he almost had it

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    yep, almost

     
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    spooner?  [/QUOTE]

    Yes that is how his name is spelled.

    If you had bothered to look, notice or read you would see how good he is on breakaways.

     
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    spooner?  [/QUOTE]

    Yes that is how his name is spelled.

    If you had bothered to look, notice or read you would see how good he is on breakaways.

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    given his big chance to show it, he failed

     
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    Campbell with two wide open nets but both times puck was at his feet. Its a game of inches.

     
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    Campbell with two wide open nets but both times puck was at his feet. Its a game of inches.

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    It is when its Gregory, he has no touch.....

     
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    End of overtime -- VanMassenhoven -- Oduya's best friend. Jerome mighty pi$$ed.

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    Best thing he did all night.... Starting to show his age lately....don't know about you but I am worried about this guy..... Good thing Olympic break is coming , might do him good.....

     
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    Campbell with two wide open nets but both times puck was at his feet. Its a game of inches.

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    It is when its Gregory, he has no touch.....

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    True to that but you got to give him and Paille credit for at least creating those chances for themselves.  

     
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    heck of a good game

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    Easily the best of the year. 

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    I thought early San Jose game at TD was better....but this one was up there....

     
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    Campbell with two wide open nets but both times puck was at his feet. Its a game of inches.

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    It is when its Gregory, he has no touch.....

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    True to that but you got to give him and Paille credit for at least creating those chances for themselves.  

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    and they are not really paid to win games... just not lose them.

     
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    heck of a good game

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    Easily the best of the year. 

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    I thought early San Jose game at TD was better....but this one was up there....

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    Super powers of the league.  Iwish they put more of these games on prime time tv.  

     
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    and they are not really paid to win games... just not lose them.

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    everybody is paid to win games....

     
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    Amazing game -- When I say that it means this game as well as the great game of hockey itself. Is there any other sport in the world that requires such a combination of skill, athleticism, conditioning, guts, Etc? I've played them all and there is nothing more demanding IMHO. I have so much respect for anyone who in one way or another -- has made it to the level that these guys play.

    Either way -- I'm exhausted -- and I was only watching.

     
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    heck of a good game

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    Easily the best of the year. 

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    I thought early San Jose game at TD was better....but this one was up there....

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    Super powers of the league.  Iwish they put more of these games on prime time tv.  

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    Give NBC credit with their Rivalry series on weekends and weekdays.... Great match ups , but I agree , want to see more of them on prime time as well....

     
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    Win or lose, another exciting game that is unfortunately decided by the idiotic sh_ _tout. I'm not even happy with it when they win one. Much rather have a longer than five minute 4 on 4. Wow, can't use that word on the forum???

     
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    spooner?  [/QUOTE]

    Yes that is how his name is spelled.

    If you had bothered to look, notice or read you would see how good he is on breakaways. [/QUOTE]


    given his big chance to show it, he failed [/QUOTE]


    Beat Crawford, hit the post. And now your claiming that some players on the Bruins aren't paid to win.

    Never cease to amaze.

     
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    End of overtime -- VanMassenhoven -- Oduya's best friend. Jerome mighty pi$$ed.

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    Best thing he did all night.... Starting to show his age lately....don't know about you but I am worried about this guy..... Good thing Olympic break is coming , might do him good.....

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    Unfortunately, his best days were over three years ago. Since he's all we got, we need him to win us 2 reg season and, hopefully, a couple in the playoffs. 

    Find a bit of magic, Jarome.

     
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    Great game and a great effort but the Bruins still didn't get the result . They seem mostly unable to dominate the best teams in the league and win these important games. Heartbreaking.

     
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    No shame in the Bruins' form today. Pretty much traded blow for blow with Chicago. Marchand was revved up. Bollig's goal was a gut-buster that shouldn't have gone in but so was Campbell whiffing on the open side. It happens. I liked what I saw of them.

     
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    I think Iggy is trying to do to much and he just can't do what he wants.  All he needs to do is play a Recchi type game.  Maybe he shouldn't be on the top line?

     
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    I think Iggy is trying to do to much and he just can't do what he wants.  All he needs to do is play a Recchi type game.  Maybe he shouldn't be on the top line?

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    Been saying that for weeks.... Maybe one day Julien will realize also... Eriksson should be given a chance on DK line... Put Iggy on second line and move Smith to 3rd....very simple...  

     
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