replace seindenberg no choice

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    replace seindenberg no choice

     

    to believe a stanley cup must move, seindenberg is the best defense of the club

     

    I suggest an exchange with Florida. florida is the reconstitution goaler are not very strong for the future. Kulikov and defense wants yet signed with the club

     

    We Tukka Rask for several years so we need not consider as Subban is a very very good keeper

     

    Subban, Caron, Bartkowski kokochev for Kulikov and Brad Boyes.

     

    Caron had a lot of luck

     

    Kulikov is the prototype of seindenberg and younger 22 years

     

    boyes is a natural scorer with experience

     

    study this exchange is v p s comment

     

     
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    Re: replace seindenberg no choice

     line up  2014

    lucic kreci iglina

    marchand bergeron smith

    sobenberg spooner ericksson

    paille kelly boyes

     

    chara hamilton

    kulikov boychuck

    krug mcquaid

    rask  johnson 

     
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    Re: replace seindenberg no choice

    Did you put this through google translate?

     
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      yes , my english is not very well but i like the bruins is my club from 40 years .

     
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    Re: replace seindenberg no choice

    In response to lucic27's comment:

      yes , my english is not very well but i like the bruins is my club from 40 years .



    Lucic where are you from ?

     
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    i am from ancienne lorette Québec  the city of Patrice Bergeron

     
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    Re: replace seindenberg no choice

    And I am in South Florida.

    Kulikov and Seidenberg are as similar as BHab and Bookboy.

     
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    Re: replace seindenberg no choice

    To elaborate:

    Kulikov is soft and he gets burned all the time.

     
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    Not very easy to make a move right now, let alone for a guy who already has Seidenberg-like credentials.  Wait.  See what the kids can do and who might have a complimentary need.

     
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    Absolutely.  No hurry to deal for a defenseman.

     
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    In response to lucic27's comment:
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    i am from ancienne lorette Québec  the city of Patrice Bergeron

    I was born in Sainte-Foy and I live in Drummondville now since 1994. I saw Kulikov played for the Drummondville Voltigeurs and he is an offensive defensemen the opposite of Seidenberg.


     
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    yeah, offence is a strength of the Bruins on D right now, strangely enough.  Krug is outstanding in the role and Chara and Hamilton are no slouches.  The rest are pretty good to really.  There might be a need for a shut down pair guy to go with Chara in the playoffs.  If the Bruins are going to get a guy at the deadline, I would look for an older, strictly defensive guy.  Not sure who, but the Bruins are deep with young, offensively talented defensemen.

     
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    In response to lucic27's comment:

    i am from ancienne lorette Québec  the city of Patrice Bergeron



    Ok alors tu peux me parler franćais ......ok so you can speak to me in french

     
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    Re: replace seindenberg no choice

    No rush ...lets hope Dougie Hamilton comes back one day

     
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    In response to StanleyCuptotheBruinsin2011's comment:

    In response to lucic27's comment:

    i am from ancienne lorette Québec  the city of Patrice Bergeron



    Ok alors tu peux me parler franćais ......ok so you can speak to me in french




    lucic27, your English is better than marco's or shupe on the iPad...

     
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    In response to lucic27's comment:

      yes , my english is not very well but i like the bruins is my club from 40 years .



    Cool - if you're making the effort, least we can do is afford you the same courtesy.

    As for Seidenberg, I think if PC does make a move it will be in a similar fashion as he did to get Seidenberg in the first place - rely heavily on your professional scouts and go after a D that can work perfectly in the system but is undervalued by his current club. 

     
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    In response to madalton's comment:

    In response to lucic27's comment:

    i am from ancienne lorette Québec  the city of Patrice Bergeron

    I was born in Sainte-Foy and I live in Drummondville now since 1994. I saw Kulikov played for the Drummondville Voltigeurs and he is an offensive defensemen the opposite of Seidenberg.





    Kulikov's offense is offensive.

     

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

    To elaborate:

    Kulikov is soft and he gets burned all the time.



    "Kulikov and Seidenberg are as similar as BHab and Bookboy."

    Oh I get it...so Seidenberg must be long-winded and takes up a whole page to answer questions.

    Could not resist Sealed

     
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    Dougie is back in tonight, so here is his chance to step up a bit. While he certainly can't replace Seidenberg's game, he can play the minutes and can be very good at getting the puck out of the zone with his passing. Closer to the deadline, PC can look at acquiring some depth on D. Let's see what we've got now.

     
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    No need to hurry, but there is something to ponder. Seidenberg is one of the strongest guys in the league. And when the B's get to the finals playing against a big team like the Kings, Sharks, or Blues those smaller d-men on the Bruins will be getting smacked around a lot in a play-off series. So, replacing Dennis' strength & shot blocking won't be easy. But, it may end up being a necessity at some point. 

     
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    Re: replace seindenberg no choice

    Nikita Nikitin, prime years (27yrs old). Big size 6'4"- 220lbs, decent skater. Only a career -1 on an aweful Columbus Bluejackets team.

    Not going to pretend I know much about him. Sound like a stay a home d-men, not even sure if he is "shut-down" material although has the size to be that in the right system.

    Considering age, talent-level and market may cost a 2nd rnd + a mid tier prospect like a Knight / Camara or Caron+

     
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    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:

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

    To elaborate:

    Kulikov is soft and he gets burned all the time.



    "Kulikov and Seidenberg are as similar as BHab and Bookboy."

    Oh I get it...so Seidenberg must be long-winded and takes up a whole page to answer questions.

    Could not resist Sealed



    Oh, you could have....

    At least I get to be Seidenberg.  BH must have a lot of tools but no toolbox?

     
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    Re: replace seindenberg no choice

    Or, wait...it's the other way around. 

    So Kulikov really hates Tommy Cross and makes wacky statements in pre-game scouting meetings?

     
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    Nikita Nikitin, prime years (27yrs old). Big size 6'4"- 220lbs, decent skater. Only a career -1 on an aweful Columbus Bluejackets team.

    Not going to pretend I know much about him. Sound like a stay a home d-men, not even sure if he is "shut-down" material although has the size to be that in the right system.

    Considering age, talent-level and market may cost a 2nd rnd + a mid tier prospect like a Knight / Camara or Caron+



    My first thought on this guy was correct, but I doubled check to make sure my assessment was accurate to what I've see of the guy. 

    Nikita Nikitin--Seems willing but doesn't play much of a physical game, and could stand to be a little more aggressive overall for a player with his impressive size (6-3, 217 pounds). Also, he must be more consistent defensively.

     
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    In response to NeelyOrrBourque's comment:

    In response to superj2k10's comment:

    Nikita Nikitin, prime years (27yrs old). Big size 6'4"- 220lbs, decent skater. Only a career -1 on an aweful Columbus Bluejackets team.

    Not going to pretend I know much about him. Sound like a stay a home d-men, not even sure if he is "shut-down" material although has the size to be that in the right system.

    Considering age, talent-level and market may cost a 2nd rnd + a mid tier prospect like a Knight / Camara or Caron+



    My first thought on this guy was correct, but I doubled check to make sure my assessment was accurate to what I've see of the guy. 

    Nikita Nikitin--Seems willing but doesn't play much of a physical game, and could stand to be a little more aggressive overall for a player with his impressive size (6-3, 217 pounds). Also, he must be more consistent defensively.




    Guess the jury is out on this guy. Been reading mixed reviews, some say he looks like a late bloomer (Johnny Boychuck). Others say he does not use his size to advantage as you indicated.

    Although, i think you dont have to be a "Train" to be a solid D-men. Having a good stick and good mind for the game goes a long way. Wonder what this kid may bring under this system...

     
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