no reason to panic?

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    no reason to panic?

    Early in the season we do not panic.

    The Bruins are in playoff spot.

    Savard is back give savy time to gel.

    Sturm will go LA when medical test pass making more cap space for this season future concern. 

    Can not win every game.

    Thomas is on fire.

    My only concern about the team is attitude to play 60 mins. of hockey from the whole roster, practice the transistion to get out of d zone, we need to continue pressing on with the fore check and cut down on shots against us.

    MY big question is the team sick of playing the CJ stlye hockey ?

     
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    Re: no reason to panic?

    There is no doubt that this team has tuned out Claude Julien. He actually lost this team last year, that's when they started underestimating opponents and stopped playing hard for 60 minutes. He should have been fired after the B's monumental collapse. Instead it's the same old song and dance with the Wade Phillips of hockey, and it's only going to keep happening 2 good games and then the typical "NO-SHOW."
     
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    Re: no reason to panic?

    Are they sick of playing CJ hockey? Probably.

    Can they win without it? No. Not yet.

    When Tyler Seguin becomes a consistent scoring threat - that is when all the pieces will fall into place - and watch out. If figure sometime early in the new year Tyler will start feel very comfortable.
     
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    Re: no reason to panic?

    In response to DaPrince77's comment:

    There is no doubt that this team has tuned out Claude Julien. He actually lost this team last year, that's when they started underestimating opponents and stopped playing hard for 60 minutes. He should have been fired after the B's monumental collapse. Instead it's the same old song and dance with the Wade Phillips of hockey, and it's only going to keep happening 2 good games and then the typical "NO-SHOW."


    Does this sound familiar to anyone?

     
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    Re: no reason to panic?

    seriously? keep it up and i'm putting you in the same column as danny and Stanley.

     
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    Re: no reason to panic?

    I think fans of Boston teams have such a losing culture instilled over them the past 90 years that whenever they have a good team or proven winner like these Bruins the natural instinct is to be impatient, negative and tear them apart thus creating more losing. The vicious cycle will continue. They don't know how to maintain a winner, it's not in their blood. 

     
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    In response to Bruinfaninnewjersey's comment:

    seriously? keep it up and i'm putting you in the same column as danny and Stanley.



    Ah come on.  It's relevant.  Look at what was being written in the two threads I brought back and remember what happened at the end of the year!

     
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    Re: no reason to panic?

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

     


    Ah come on.  It's relevant.  Look at what was being written in the two threads I brought back and remember what happened at the end of the year!

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    2010 ? Holy crap. Great memory bank ! 

    One has to respect and appreciate someone who remembers this far back.......huh ?

     
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