Michael J. Krug and Seidenberg

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    Michael J. Krug and Seidenberg

    Anyone else reminded of Michael J. Fox when it comes to Torey Krug? Same size, same features, same comportment.

    Why the lack of concern for Dennis on this board? It looks like he sprained an ankle or knee as a result of the pirouette in front of Rask - hopefully nothing worse.

     
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    I agree, could be huge losing Seidenberg for an extended period of time.

    By the way, looked like the Rags were taking it to Krug last night. He got outmuscled a lot!

     
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    @MarkDivver

    "For those wondering about Trotman & Morrow, Trotman just cleared to return after missing 8 gms w/injury & Morrow was b@nged up on Sunday. Xray/MRI on Joe Morrow's elbow comes back negative. Will probably practice tomorrow and is probable for the weekend.

    Style-wise, Mike Moore and Kevan Miller look like best recall options to replace Seidenberg."

     

    Probably Miller who gets the call.

     
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    What, no Cross?

     
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    He looked shakey last night.

     
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    In response to Don-Bruino's comment:

    Anyone else reminded of Michael J. Fox when it comes to Torey Krug? Same size, same features, same comportment.

    Why the lack of concern for Dennis on this board? It looks like he sprained an ankle or knee as a result of the pirouette in front of Rask - hopefully nothing worse.



    No but Seidenberg reminds me of Jason Statham.

     
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    Just got on to get an update on the German tank. Have we heard anything specific yet? Strange that Krug had the least amount if ice time last night among the surviving five. Bartkowski really toughed it out. 

     
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    In response to 50belowzero's comment:

    In response to Don-Bruino's comment:

    Anyone else reminded of Michael J. Fox when it comes to Torey Krug? Same size, same features, same comportment.

    Why the lack of concern for Dennis on this board? It looks like he sprained an ankle or knee as a result of the pirouette in front of Rask - hopefully nothing worse.



    No but Seidenberg reminds me of Jason Statham.




    yeah he does. lol

     
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    In response to 50belowzero's comment:

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    Anyone else reminded of Michael J. Fox when it comes to Torey Krug? Same size, same features, same comportment.

    Why the lack of concern for Dennis on this board? It looks like he sprained an ankle or knee as a result of the pirouette in front of Rask - hopefully nothing worse.



    No but Seidenberg reminds me of Jason Statham.




    I have no idea who he is.

    I'm sure he must be a nice man and his Mom must love him dearly.

     
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    What, no Cross?




    That's not funny.

     
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    Just got on to get an update on the German tank. Have we heard anything specific yet? Strange that Krug had the least amount if ice time last night among the surviving five. Bartkowski really toughed it out. 



    He's fumbled the puck a few times in the last 3 games or so, one of those fumbles led to a goal by the opposition.

     
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    That's not funny.



    Mildly amusing at least.

     
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    That's not funny.



    Mildly amusing at least.



    Maybe a mild chortle?

     
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    Miller just called up on emergency basis.

     
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    Anyone else reminded of Michael J. Fox when it comes to Torey Krug? Same size, same features, same comportment.

    Why the lack of concern for Dennis on this board? It looks like he sprained an ankle or knee as a result of the pirouette in front of Rask - hopefully nothing worse.



    No but Seidenberg reminds me of Jason Statham.




    I have no idea who he is.

    I'm sure he must be a nice man and his Mom must love him dearly.



    I'm sure you've seen him in a movie Wheats, you just didn't know that was him. 

     
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    In response to BadHabitude's comment:

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    Just got on to get an update on the German tank. Have we heard anything specific yet? Strange that Krug had the least amount if ice time last night among the surviving five. Bartkowski really toughed it out. 



    He's fumbled the puck a few times in the last 3 games or so, one of those fumbles led to a goal by the opposition.



    Yes and it appeared he was getting the worse of some of the physical battles against the Rangers. When I was checking the TOI stats I just expected Bartkowski's time to be a bit lower after cranking what appeared to be his knee. 

     
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    I don't think Miller will get a ton of minutes tomorrow nor Saturday.

     
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    I expect the forwards to revert to the ridgid (CJ) defensive system first and foremost with defensive positioning to help the youngersters on defense .  Krug must learn to adjust his game, the opposition is aware of his offensive skills.  I suggest the team is lacking in defense prospects. 

     

     
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    I think the bruins depth, as far as prospects, is a lot better than has been compared too the more recent past. If Trotman or Morrow were healthy enough I wouldn't be too hesitant n felling confident about them playing two or three games for the Bs.

     
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    Anyone else reminded of Michael J. Fox when it comes to Torey Krug? Same size, same features, same comportment.

    Why the lack of concern for Dennis on this board? It looks like he sprained an ankle or knee as a result of the pirouette in front of Rask - hopefully nothing worse.



    No but Seidenberg reminds me of Jason Statham.




    I have no idea who he is.

    I'm sure he must be a nice man and his Mom must love him dearly.



    I'm sure you've seen him in a movie Wheats, you just didn't know that was him. 



    What movie would this be?

    If it's an action movie or all these cgi-generated cartoons they pass off as movies these days, I don't think so. They just ain't my style.

     
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    Just got on to get an update on the German tank. Have we heard anything specific yet? Strange that Krug had the least amount if ice time last night among the surviving five. Bartkowski really toughed it out. 



    He's fumbled the puck a few times in the last 3 games or so, one of those fumbles led to a goal by the opposition.



    Yes and it appeared he was getting the worse of some of the physical battles against the Rangers. When I was checking the TOI stats I just expected Bartkowski's time to be a bit lower after cranking what appeared to be his knee. 



    They're were paying back Torey for embarrassing them in the playoffs. Which is okay for now.

    This treatment will inspire Torey to embarrass them again in the upcoming playoffs, if the Rags make it.

     
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    A lot of posters freaked out when Krug and Bartkowski were rushed into service, Miller will be fine.

     
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    I always thought that Krug looked like a young Bryan Adams sans the Manuel Noriega/Norv Turner/pineapple factory explosion complexion...

     
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    Anyone else reminded of Michael J. Fox when it comes to Torey Krug? Same size, same features, same comportment.

    Why the lack of concern for Dennis on this board? It looks like he sprained an ankle or knee as a result of the pirouette in front of Rask - hopefully nothing worse.



    No but Seidenberg reminds me of Jason Statham.




    I have no idea who he is.

    I'm sure he must be a nice man and his Mom must love him dearly.



    I'm sure you've seen him in a movie Wheats, you just didn't know that was him. 



    What movie would this be?

    If it's an action movie or all these cgi-generated cartoons they pass off as movies these days, I don't think so. They just ain't my style.



    Thats basically all the movies he's in. He was in a couple Sylvester Stallone movies, if that helps, haha.

     
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    What did we bring back in exchange for Warsofsky; I see he is with the Blues?  Would he have been the top choice if he were here? 

     
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