Seguin a healthy scratch?

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    Seguin a healthy scratch?

    Is it just me or is CJ crazy if he plays Paille over Seguin tonight?
     
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    Re: Seguin a healthy scratch?

    Info said it was a game time decision. Is Peter showcasing Paille for a trade??
     
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    Info said it was a game time decision. Is Peter showcasing Paille for a trade??
    Posted by Bogie6


    paille plays well against hir former team, i doubt buffalo wants him back but who knows.
     
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    Re: Seguin a healthy scratch?

    Right, but Paille playing well is still a downgrade from Seguin, and I don't see how sitting a guy with that much potential is beneficial.
     
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    Re: Seguin a healthy scratch?

    Why wouldn't Paille play over Seguin??? He was on the first line for some last year, plus he's really good at skating back super-fast to the defensive zone.
    Offense Schmoffense...

    "showcasing Paille" Laughing
     
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    Re: Seguin a healthy scratch?

    Showcasing Paille for a trade is the only thing I can think of... otherwise this is just hurting the confidence of a young gun.

     
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    Re: Seguin a healthy scratch?

    Seguin might be up in the box watching the game which I think is great.  Stamkos did this his first year and then went on a tear.  Not saying that will happen with Tyler but I think he needs to watch the game a little.  Christ, he is only 18 years old and this season is going to be long enough.  Better to bite the bullet now and have him slow down and watch the game and gather strength if we want to have him as a valuable player in the playoffs and down the road.  Anyone seem to rembember that Jumbo Joe was a 4th liner and a fighter his first year or two?  Patience......................
     
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    Re: Seguin a healthy scratch?

    Showcasing Paille could be a possiblility although who would really want him anyways, at least straight up. Would probably be taken in a package deal.
    As for Seguin, possibly learning from up in the VIP press box and they are playing the Sucky Sabres in Buff Duff Land!
     
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    Re: Seguin a healthy scratch?

    No one knows how to stifle the progression of young talent quite like the Bruins.

    Apparently Seguin wasn't backchecking as much as CLODE wanted him too
     
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