How Will CJ handle the return of Bergeron ?

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    Re: How Will CJ handle the return of Bergeron ?

    I agree. This is good;


    but whither Soderberg? (when he arrives)

     

     

    Lucic - Krejci - Jagr

    Marchand - Bergeron - Seguin

    Peverley - Kelly - Horton

    Paille - Campbell - Caron

     

    Chara - Hamilton

    Seidenberg - Boychuk

    Ference/McQuaid/Bartkowski/Redden/Johnson

     

     
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    Jagr and Lucic just can't be together... CJ will go crazy with the oddman rushes going the other way.

     
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    Jagr and Lucic just can't be together... CJ will go crazy with the oddman rushes going the other way.



    No worse that Lucic/Horton right now. 

    Even at this stage of his career, Jagr is still faster than Horton

     
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    that's why I put Jagr on 1st line, Lucic on 2nd and Horton on 3rd

     
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    In response to Bruinfaninnewjersey's comment:

    New lines for playoffs:

    Marchand - Krejci - Jagr

    Lucic - Bergeron - Seguin

    Pevs - Kelly - Horton

    Paille - Campbell - SoderYeti

     

    Marchand and Jagr seemed to have something and Jagr can't roll with Lucic cause both are careless in their own end. Other lines have at least one familiar pairing Bergy w/ Seguin; Pevs w/ Kelly and Paille w/ Campbell AND NO THORNTON, CARON OR PANDOLFO.

    Assuming health and no struggles in net, that is a Cup contender!



    this is what I want to see also. I get get geeked up about those lines.

     
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    In response to Bookboy007's comment:

    I...I agree with nite....

    Two things that seem to have worked better than you might have expected: Campbell centering Jagr and Marchand and Seguin with Peverley and Paille or Caron.  Send Campbell back to the fourth to play with Kelly and Thornton or whoever, and let those top three lines see if they can work it out.  Like the speed of a Seguin-Peverley-Paille line.  Like the potential chemistry between Marchand-Bergeron-Jagr.



    Lol! Do you need some of my meds to help reover from this book? That's twice in a week. Surprised

     
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    Lol! Do you need some of my meds to help reover from this book? That's twice in a week. Surprised

     

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    He's trying to keep this forum clean. Disagreeing would bring forth the potty mouth.

     
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    Lol! Do you need some of my meds to help reover from this book? That's twice in a week. Surprised

     



    He's trying to keep this forum clean. Disagreeing would bring forth the potty mouth.

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    OIC. 

     
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    I like Bergy with Jagr too. B can cover for J's weak defensive play.

     



    Jagr isn't weak on defense.  I mean, he's no Datsyuk, but he's not Pavel Bure, either.

     
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    I like Bergy with Jagr too. B can cover for J's weak defensive play.

     

     



    Jagr isn't weak on defense.  I mean, he's no Datsyuk, but he's not Pavel Bure, either.

     



    That is true.  

    NAS, don't you find it amazing how strong Jagr still is with the puck? This is why it bothered me so much with the scratch of Hamilton. I think him doing that curl near the circles is a perfect setup for the most accurate d-man on the Bruins. The more they play together the better they can time it. 

     
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    NAS, don't you find it amazing how strong Jagr still is with the puck? This is why it bothered me so much with the scratch of Hamilton. I think him doing that curl near the circles is a perfect setup for the most accurate d-man on the Bruins. The more they play together the better they can time it. 



    Jagr is in a class all his own in the NHL, and very few even realize it.  If he hadn't missed two half seasons due to lockouts and play three seasons in the KHL, I think he'd be the #2 scorer in NHL history.

    Some dope here was saying he's fat, he's slow, he's old.  The guy is a wizard.  The puck sticks to his blade while he makes moves that turn good defensemen into Matt Hunwick.  What an absolute pleasure to watch.  I bet at least half of the people in the Garden on any given night aren't even aware that only Lemieux and Gretzky won more scoring titles.  He won it five times, including four straight.

    He's magic. 

     
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    Jagr makes something happen whenever he gets the puck, especially in the offensive zone. He always manages to do something with the puck - whether he's establishing a cycle, making a deft pass, getting a shot off, or pulling people out of their seats with a cool move to create space. 

    He's been point-a-game with the Bruins. No complaints here.

    He almost tied the Islanders 3 times in the last minute the other night

    He's still very impressive.

     

    If the Bruins ever get more than one powerplay in a game, he and Krejci are gonna start making some serious magic

     
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    Re: How Will CJ handle the return of Bergeron ?

    In response to Bruinfaninnewjersey's comment:

    Let's not jump the gun... has there been an update on Bergeron or something?



    Looks like he'll be available for Monday's game. Very good news!

     
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    NAS, don't you find it amazing how strong Jagr still is with the puck? This is why it bothered me so much with the scratch of Hamilton. I think him doing that curl near the circles is a perfect setup for the most accurate d-man on the Bruins. The more they play together the better they can time it. 

     



    Jagr is in a class all his own in the NHL, and very few even realize it.  If he hadn't missed two half seasons due to lockouts and play three seasons in the KHL, I think he'd be the #2 scorer in NHL history.

     

    Some dope here was saying he's fat, he's slow, he's old.  The guy is a wizard.  The puck sticks to his blade while he makes moves that turn good defensemen into Matt Hunwick.  What an absolute pleasure to watch.  I bet at least half of the people in the Garden on any given night aren't even aware that only Lemieux and Gretzky won more scoring titles.  He won it five times, including four straight.

    He's magic. 



    I think so too! 

     
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