Ryder has to go

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    I agree with you Ryder has to go and pbergeron37 I don't know what you have been watching.  Do you understand a player needs to do more than float around looking to score goals?  If you are going to play like this (like Ryder) you need to be a 40 or 50 goal scorer to be valuable.
     
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    How do you eat his salary and get someone to take him off our hands
    thanks for the hockey talk...
     
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    i think he's been pretty decent this year, he is forechecking and playing more physical than last year (aint sayin much) and creating scoring opps. i wish Horton would play more like Ryder has this year.
     
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    Stanley you will never see an in season trade between montreal in boston, you can't make a trade to "help both squads" in the same division..
     
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    I've never been Ryder's biggest fan, but without him our powerplay would be not merely ungood, but fugly.

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    I'm sick and tired of watching him coast up and down the ice. He provides no backcheck pressure and everyone knows in the building that he's going to shoot so he easily gets shots blocked. It must be depressing day in and day out to play on the same line. You know you'll never get a pass. I know he's got goals, but he's a slug. I say eat his salary and get someone to take him off our hands
    Posted by buzzywuzdenko

     
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    Horton has been dissapointing lately I agree but he has been in Boston less than a year, so the jury is still out on him.  In regards to Ryder, the Bruins will not win or really compete for the Cup as long as he is seen as a key player on the team. His poor work ethic is rewarded by CJ, maybe because he has a bit of a scoring touch or perhaps because he has pictures, I don't know why really.  How does CJ's handling of Ryder inspire the rest of the players on the team to give the proverbial 110%?

     
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    Ryders inconsistent and average at best. Some games I admit he's on. But most of the time he coasts. Kind of like when you know your the coaches pet you don't have to show up like everyone else. His game is predictable and easy to defend against. He needs another fire lit under his behind (like what happened at the beginning of the year). Were wasting way too much money on him. Couldn't he B's "buy out part of his contract and dump him somewhere" anywhere!!!
     
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    buzzy,
    no you can not buy a player out mid season, we can send him to providence, but there is not a player in providence who would replace his production. I agree with a lot of your statements on ryder, but i think he has been one of the better bruins in a lot of games, he is doing a lot with the puck, and had some good chances last night, he doesnt take nights off i do not generally think, but he doesnt make little plays that i think he should make at times.

    Fundamental hockey is not that common place anymore, last night the bruins were moving into the zone, a pass to bergy he didnt control the puck, but he actually "stopped" on the puck, a play you rarely see now a days.  He recovered the puck and it lead to a scoring chance.
     
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