The Big, Bad Bruins

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    The Big, Bad Bruins


    Number of hits last night, according to Globe box score:

    Horton: 0
    Lucic: 0
    Wheeler: 0
    Seidenberg: 0
    McQuaid: 0

    Please tell me I read this wrong, before I throw up.
     
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    Re: The Big, Bad Bruins

    I firmly believe the Bruins are at their best when they are physical, isn't that why you have a big team. Toronto's tough guy is out (ColtonOrr) and you don't rough it up a bit, I am not saying goon hockey but throw some hits, give a Maple Leaf a Bloody nose, success against Dallas and Montreal is all the proof I need.

     
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    Re: The Big, Bad Bruins

    No doubt.  I thought they'd turned a corner after the Montral game.  The problem with the Wings as an opponent is that the B's were not fast enough--or in an ideal position--to check them effectively.

    Last night, they should have pounced on Toronto but they came out flat and disengaged.   Hard to figure which team is going to show up.  So, is this on the players--or the coaches?
     

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