Thank you Phil Kessel and Tyler SeQueen for Matt Fraser!!!

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    Matt Fraser with as many playoff goals this year as the great Tyler Seguin....


     

     
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    Re: Thank you Phil Kessel and Tyler SeQueen for Matt Fraser!!!

    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:


     


    Eat it loser troll!!!


     


    "Don't rush into Cinco...start with Dos!"


     




    He doesn't like making excuses for Louie - oh - and Louie just so happened to be on the ice for that OT goal, but he LOVES to make excuses for Seguin and Kessel.


     


    He still won't admit this was a good trade.  He will say Seguin carried them into the playoffs and that he made Benn better in his clouded little mind anyway.  And he still thinks that Louie's shoulder pads are too big.


     


    Suck it big ego troll.

     
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    "What impressed me most about Fraser was the way he wore his shoulder pads. Perfect fit."


     


    GNB +1,000,000!!!


     


    "Don't rush into Cinco...start with Dos!"

     
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    Re: Thank you Phil Kessel and Tyler SeQueen for Matt Fraser!!!

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    Matt Fraser with as many playoff goals this year as the great Tyler Seguin....


     


     




    And none bigger.

     
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    Re: Thank you Phil Kessel and Tyler SeQueen for Matt Fraser!!!

    Next up Joe Morrow this Fall!


     


    Dividends


     


    Playoffs: Reilly Smith > Tyler Seguin

     
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    Re: Thank you Phil Kessel and Tyler SeQueen for Matt Fraser!!!

    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:


    Next up Joe Morrow this Fall!


    Dividends


    Playoffs: Reilly Smith > Tyler Seguin





    All he has to do is learn how to play d, he has the offensive skills for sure.

     
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    Next up Joe Morrow this Fall!


     


     


     


    Dividends


     


     


     


    Playoffs: Reilly Smith > Tyler Seguin




    The gift that keeps on giving>Sequins

     
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    Wonder if the constables,down at the Cape, are giving Tyler rides home after he passes out in the park ?


    Nah probably getting a new tattoo with his dad.


     


    Playoffs: Reilly Smith > Tyler Seguin

     
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    Re: Thank you Phil Kessel and Tyler SeQueen for Matt Fraser!!!

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    This is what keeps it going bhab.loui makes one play and u so desperately want to justify this trade that youact like we just won the cup because of hIm. 


     


    I think ur upset from this trade so much u want to tell urself was the right thing to do.  Loui has lot more work to do


     


    I think loureads here ... I was there last night and he didn't look inflated . I couldn't believe it . Someone here may have good contacts just like sakic when he wore 88 he lookef inflated 


     


    Then no more and he wore 19 ...




    You know why he didnt look inflated or overweight?
    Because he has never looked overweight. Because you were dead wrong.


    Thats it.

     
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    Too big shoulder pads? Seriously? That's the best you got? You have got to be flippin' kidding me. Are you watching old tape of Garth Snow and thinking it's Loui?

     
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    I think loureads here ... I was there last night and he didn't look inflated . I couldn't believe it . Someone here may have good contacts just like sakic when he wore 88 he lookef inflated 


    You know why he didnt look inflated or overweight?
    Because he has never looked overweight. Because you were dead wrong.


     


    Thats it.




    Wow LoL

 
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    Too big shoulder pads? Seriously? That's the best you got? You have got to be flippin' kidding me. Are you watching old tape of Garth Snow and thinking it's Loui?



    This makes me think about that link you suggested we read here.


    I don't usually don't get speechless when I read discussion boards but this is getting me close to it.


     

     
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    Re: Thank you Phil Kessel and Tyler SeQueen for Matt Fraser!!!

    This is the exact quote where you said he looked overweight:


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    flet6ch u ever played this game, the guy looks overwight . go find sakic while he was wearing 88 and then 19 . differnt look. he just doesnt look good on the ice. start with thatb then who knows . shallow yes but image counts



     


     


    You. Are. Wrong. He didnt look overweight or inflated last night because he didnt look inflated or overweight any other night before that.


    You just dont like him and are actively looking for more excuses to s**t on him.


    He played a great game, but you could never admit that.

     
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    Re: Thank you Phil Kessel and Tyler SeQueen for Matt Fraser!!!

    BOSTON -- During a 14-game stint with the Boston Bruins over the winter, forward Matt Fraser scored two goals and had a couple fights. He was doing whatever he could to make an impression in his first season in the Boston organization during his first call-up.


    In his debut in the Stanley Cup Playoffs on Thursday in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Second Round against the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre, Fraser found a way to make a huge statement. Fraser’s game-winning goal in overtime evened the best-of-7 series 2-2 heading into Game 5 on Saturday (7 p.m. ET; NBCSN, CBC, RDS) at TD Garden. Back home where the Bruins held an optional skate Fraser did not take part in Friday, the 23-year-old wing was his humble self a little more than 12 hours after his heroics.


    “You always think about it, but you never think it’ll happen to you. And it was a good play by everyone on the ice. I was just the beneficiary of it,” said Fraser, who’d been summoned to Montreal by Boston assistant general manager Don Sweeney on Wednesday. “You always want to score big goals, but I think for myself I just wanted to be a guy that was contributing, whether that was scoring goals or making sure that I was good in my own zone. I think that was more important.”


    Fraser’s performance made coach Claude Julien, who’s normally tight-lipped about lineup changes, break his code of secrecy when it came to whether the 6-foot-1, 204-pound native of Red Deer, Alberta, would get another shot in Game 5. “I think you will see him in the next game for sure; he is in,” Julien said.


    Throughout the season, the Bruins received contributions from players they received from the Dallas Stars in the trade that sent forward Tyler Seguin to Texas. Forward Reilly Smith had a 20-goal regular season and has three in the playoffs. Forward Loui Eriksson battled through an injury-plagued season for 37 points in 61 games. Now Fraser has a chance to prove he was more than a throw-in.


    “I’m perfectly fine with just kind of not being in the spotlight and kind of going about my business,” Fraser said. During training camp, Fraser shared the spotlight with a handful of players who were competing for one open forward spot among the top nine. Smith, veteran returnee Jordan Caron, journeyman Nick Johnson and others battled until Smith won the position. Fraser was demoted to the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League, where he spent most of this season.


    In 42 games for Providence, Fraser had 18 goals and 28 points. Goal-scoring has never been an issue for Fraser, who scored 70 in 135 games in his first two professional seasons. He had two 30-plus-goal seasons with the Kootenay Ice of the Western Hockey League, including 36 in 2010-11. That season he signed with the Stars as an undrafted free agent.


    The Bruins wanted Fraser to work on the rest of his game so his split-second release on his shot wouldn’t go to waste in a league that can tear apart a one-dimensional player. When the Bruins were hit by injuries and suspensions in December and January, they gave Fraser a look, and he showed off that release and other improvements. He’s since honed his game some more.


    “I mean, this is a guy if you give him the opportunity he can certainly put the puck in the net,” Julien said. “He’s gotten stronger and he’s played a bigger game than he had in the past, and those are the improvements you look for in young players. … So he just had to improve in certain areas and when those guys do that, they see the results and they see what it can do for them. “He has come in here and, for a guy who maybe said he was nervous for the game, he certainly didn’t look like it. He seemed poised out there, and I said he made some good strong plays throughout the whole game.”


    The demotion in training camp didn’t demoralize Fraser. Instead he accepted the coaching he needed and continued to prepare for a potential call-up. By the time the Bruins called him up for Game 4, he’d already become an overtime hero with a goal for Providence in its first-round series against the Springfield Falcons.


    “I mean, you always want to make the team coming out of camp. I don’t think it was so much frustration, it was just you know that there’s a plan in place and you’ve got to trust that plan,” said Fraser, the first player to score a playoff overtime goal in the AHL and NHL in the same season. “And you know going down to Providence you play with some great players there and there’s good coaching there. And there’s lots of input from up here down there. You’ve just got to trust yourself and trust that there’s a plan in place and let your skill take over.”


     


    Fraser, who will turn 24 on May 20, found firm chemistry with center Carl Soderberg and Eriksson in Game 4. He played with Soderberg and prospect Ryan Spooner during his earlier stint in the NHL. Fraser likely will stick with the Swedes for Game 5 and until Julien feels the need to change things. The only thing Fraser wants to change is the length of his NHL resume. The goal in Game 4 is at the top, and there’s a lot of room for additions.


    “You know, I guess the biggest thing is you don’t want to be a one-hit wonder,” he said. “Again … you always envision scoring those goals, but you never think it’s going to be you. And for myself, you want to be a guy that wants to contribute every night and bring something to the lineup. So during the pregame skate when the coaches are wondering who they should put in, they can look at me and know that I can do my part and get the job done.”


     


    Playoffs: Reilly Smith > Tyler Seguin

     
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    Re: Thank you Phil Kessel and Tyler SeQueen for Matt Fraser!!!

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    You just dont like him and are actively looking for more excuses to s**t on him.


    He played a great game, but you could never admit that.





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    Nutshell....


    marco's gone so far down the track with his dislike of Eriksson that it's now symbolic of all of marco's knowledge as a hockey fan.  Since there's no doubt he wants to be thought of as a knowledgeable hockey observer (witness the number of straw men he sets up who agree with him and laugh at those who hold different opinions), I think a psychologist would suggest he has almost no choice but to grasp at every opportunity to cite "evidence" that his opinion of LE is the right one.  Or maybe I've seen too many episodes of Criminal Minds (got me through recovery from surgery during the summer months when it's MLB and CFL...).


    You can also see this in his attempts to find other "signature" topics where he makes a prediction of sorts and every small event that relates to it is "proof" that he's going to be right.  He's been claiming some sort of status as the lone voice in the wilderness who said Soderberg would be a key player for the Bruins.  Honestly, I don't have the time to dig up his past posts, and I suspect he'd edit them if he reposted them.  Well, so far, Soderberg hasn't been better than Eriksson in the playoffs - in fact, he's been less consistent going from a turnover machine to charging the net with wild abandon leading to goals.  They both have 3 points - tied for worst among the forwards who have played all 9 with David Krejci.  That off winger that has changed three times now?  Florek has a goal playing there, Paille has a goal playing there, and now Fraser has a goal playing there.  Eriksson and Soderberg have one goal between them.


    I bring all that up because you can see the difference in the way marco approaches the two guys: he has to defend his criticism of Eriksson in every way he can, and he has to protect Soderberg.  Maybe Carl's problem is just that he's too blonde?

     
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    I honestly don't care about your psychological health, marco.  Just explaining how deeply invested you are in ripping Eriksson.  I mean Tubby Mcshoulderpads will live on in infamy, yet you soldier on.  You call Soderberg a "virtual rookie" hear and then worry that he's nearly 30 elsewhere.  You've probably dislocated your shoulder patting yourself on the back every time Soderberg has a good game; now you're hedging.  It's almost Rusty-esque, man.  You're better than that, aren't you?


     


     


    Are you not entertained?!?!

     
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    Re: Thank you Phil Kessel and Tyler SeQueen for Matt Fraser!!!

    Why on earth did Marco get unbanned?

     
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