It Was Like 17 Blake Wheelers

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    It Was Like 17 Blake Wheelers

    Overnight, the Big Bad Bruins became Soft As A Grape. OK, I understand the toughest guy on the team, Adam McQuaid, went down with an injury. Nothing you can do about that. SOO, you bench the 2nd toughest player, Shawn Thornton. already down McQuaid. AND presumed,former tough guy Milan Lucic abandons the physical game (and the offensive game,too).... Leaving you with.....what?? Cam Neely must be ASHAMED. That group of assembled players Wednesday Night (apologies to McQuaid) is the softest team left in the NHL. NOT what we saw last year. Not the Cam Plan. ZERO push back against a seven seed team, and a third string AHL Goalie. 1 and 3 for the Playoffs at the Garden. Not your Father's Bruins. Soft.
     
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    Re: It Was Like 17 Blake Wheelers

    Bruins totally would have won this series if Thornton was playing.... (Sarcasm)

    It was more the mental toughness than the physical toughness that dissapointed me in this series. The Bruins were much more physical than the Caps were all series. After their offensive game plan failed them game after game, they didn't make any noticable changes. 
     
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    Re: It Was Like 17 Blake Wheelers

    Go watch the Celts, you know nothing about hockey. You clearly know nothing about why the Bruins lost to the Capitals.
     
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    Re: It Was Like 17 Blake Wheelers

    This team played Soft all season. Lucic was only physical late at night over beers in the North End. And not with men. This team was a 10 Seed from Christmas 2011 through all of 2012. Nothing new here. No heart. No balls. No wins. It's called Bruins. Futility over 38 years with a 2011 asterisk.
     

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