Game 5: Bruins v. NYR (25/05/13), Bruins with 3-1 Series Lead

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    Re: Game 5: Bruins v. NYR (25/05/13), Bruins with 3-1 Series Lead

    Rangers had 3 guys covering Krug on that powerplay tell me he's not in there heads.

     
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    Re: Game 5: Bruins v. NYR (25/05/13), Bruins with 3-1 Series Lead

    In response to IrishMob7's comment:

    Nice dive, Hagelin.

    Brutal.



    Amazing how guys like Hagelin can stay on their feet when getting wacked in the defensive zone or being hammered into the boards -- but how quick they go down without being touched. Wouldn't mind if refs call it both ways. How many trips and slews are the Rangers gonna get away with tonight? 

     
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    Stanley is worse than a politician when it comes to flip-flopping.




    I shot of Stanley watching the game with a friend....

     

    http://reversegif.com/rpc_o

     
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    Stanley is worse than a politician when it comes to flip-flopping.

     




    I shot of Stanley watching the game with a friend....

     

     

    http://reversegif.com/rpc_o



    Lol fish out of water lol 

     
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    I realize that, my friend.  All 4 lines are rolling right now; I meant from a scoring perspective.  When we have all 4 lines contributing, this team is tough to beat.  

     

    I think both Kelly and Pev have played much better today.

     



    No problem, IM7.  I understood what you meant.  My take is as long as the Bruins are winning it doesn't matter if all their parts aren't functioning perhaps as they should.  Cheers!

     



    Completely agree.  I don't post much here, but I read regularly and some of the gloom and doom on here is just unbearable.  I was just ensuring you that I'm not a part of that crowd.  The B's played great on Thursday night but had 2 minor mistakes that the Rags took advantage of.  That doesn't mean we need to blow up the team and we're going to have another collapse circa 2010.  

    The B's have dominated this series from the initial puck drop in Game 1, and I'm damn excited for them to close it out in the 3rd and move on.  Cheers, man.

     
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    If you don't have Stanley on ignore, you're not living.

     



    Duly noted.

     



    The problem is that people take him seriously.

     
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    In response to IrishMob7's comment:

    In response to RichHillOntario's comment:

     

    In response to IrishMob7's comment:

     

    I realize that, my friend.  All 4 lines are rolling right now; I meant from a scoring perspective.  When we have all 4 lines contributing, this team is tough to beat.  

     

    I think both Kelly and Pev have played much better today.

     



    No problem, IM7.  I understood what you meant.  My take is as long as the Bruins are winning it doesn't matter if all their parts aren't functioning perhaps as they should.  Cheers!

     

     



    Completely agree.  I don't post much here, but I read regularly and some of the gloom and doom on here is just unbearable.  I was just ensuring you that I'm not a part of that crowd.  The B's played great on Thursday night but had 2 minor mistakes that the Rags took advantage of.  That doesn't mean we need to blow up the team and we're going to have another collapse circa 2010.  

     

    The B's have dominated this series from the initial puck drop in Game 1, and I'm damn excited for them to close it out in the 3rd and move on.  Cheers, man.



    Well said but we need a good 20 still to go 

     
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    Re: Game 5: Bruins v. NYR (25/05/13), Bruins with 3-1 Series Lead

    15 shots on Lundqvist in the 2nd -- 2 goals. Keep up the pressure -- We need insurance goals really bad just in case we wind up spending a good part of the 3rd period on the PK

     
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    In response to Bookboy007's comment:

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    Stanley is worse than a politician when it comes to flip-flopping.

     




    I shot of Stanley watching the game with a friend....

     

     

    http://reversegif.com/rpc_o



    Which one is Stanley?  Kidding.

     
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    PP lets go boys!

     
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    Completely agree.  I don't post much here, but I read regularly and some of the gloom and doom on here is just unbearable.  I was just ensuring you that I'm not a part of that crowd.  The B's played great on Thursday night but had 2 minor mistakes that the Rags took advantage of.  That doesn't mean we need to blow up the team and we're going to have another collapse circa 2010.  

     

    The B's have dominated this series from the initial puck drop in Game 1, and I'm damn excited for them to close it out in the 3rd and move on.  Cheers, man.

     



    All good points.  Well said, IM7. 

     

     
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    4 goals still not enough Krug not on the 1st PP UNIT ....

     
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    I like u  ST but u weren't going by two ranger Dmen calm down before u get called for an unsportsmanlike penalty.

     
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    Re: Game 5: Bruins v. NYR (25/05/13), Bruins with 3-1 Series Lead

    F Callahan.

    That is all

     
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    12 minutes boys ...we can do it 

     
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    Huge save by Rask!!!

     
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    My heart jumped  I can't lie 

     
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    11 minutes

     
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    Was a critic of Rask the other night, that was a huge save.

     
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    less than 10 minutes boys ....we can do it ! 

     
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    Awesome defense by Boychuk on Hagelin.

     

     
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    Great save by Rask.

    Callahan cherry-picking like hell.  Expect more of that for the remaining 9 minutes

     
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    Thornton should have done his Crosby leg pump backhand move!

     
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    8 little minutes left ....Plllllease

    GO BRUINSSSSSSSS ! !  !

     
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    Re: Game 5: Bruins v. NYR (25/05/13), Bruins with 3-1 Series Lead

    Not sure what else Lundqvist can do to keep Rangers in the game.

    What a terrific goalie.

     
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