Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

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    Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    http://www.thebruinsblog.net/2011/03/09/forwards-peverley-recchi-switch-lines-for-bruins-practice/

    I like this Julien change allot slight shakeup adds speed to the Bergy line.
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    I can't wait to see that line flying around, Peverly really adds a different level of speed to this team.
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    Recchi looks his age out there right now. Great player with a great career, might be time to give someone else a shot.
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    In Response to Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly:
    http://www.thebruinsblog.net/2011/03/09/forwards-peverley-recchi-switch-lines-for-bruins-practice/ I like this Julien change allot slight shakeup adds speed to the Bergy line.
    Posted by SanDogBrewin


    Yes hopefuly it will get Peverley going because he looks lost out there,im not  Wheeler fan but atleast Wheeler seemed to get good scoring chances every game.Peverly you hardly no he"s on the ice.
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    THANK GOD!  I've been calling for Rex to move down the lineup for weeks now.  Even when the 2nd line was clicking, it was due to Bergy and Marchand kicking butt and Recchi just kinda being Johnny-on-the-spot.  Rex is always going to have the hockey smarts and get to the right areas (Hopefully he can start to do this for the PP?), but he absolutely kills the transition game.

    I like Peverley moving up.  Now Bergy has 2 speedy wingers with stick skills.

    Also, on an unrelated note, Thornton should be scratched for Paille.
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    @kitchener, I don't know what you mean.  I see Peverley all over the ice when his line is out there.  In particular, I don't think there is a ton of chemistry with Kelly, and Ryder is on one of his typical 10-game disappearing acts.  He hasn't had much support.
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    ALREADY????  Great idea CLOD!!!!!!
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    This is what I wanted to see.  This should help Bergeron a little.
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    Recchi was painfully slow last night.  Ryder was invisible except for not moving to the puck on the Habs' ridiculously easy second goal.  Seguin looked lost.  Thornton looked tired.  Rask was not good at all.

    Change things up, as you say.  I'd try these lines.

    Lucic Krejci Horton
    Marchand Bergeron Seguin
    Peverley Kelly Recchi
    Paille Campbell Ryder

    Speed is needed more than Thornton versus Buffalo.  Thomas in net.  Doug Houda on defense, if Chara is indeed suspended.  Two points are necessary, whatever it takes.
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    So 2 Rw on 3rd line, would be smarter to place, Rec on 4th and sit Thorn and place Seg on 3rd.

     Make it so, clod.

    Clod- no I think I will stick with the proven Nhl'er Thorn and keep Rex on third for his valued veteran wisdom and scoring touch.
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    I like the idea of skating Ryder on the 4th line for a game or 2, except for the fact that this guy is not strong mentally and instead of lighting a fire will likely cause a prolonged continuation of uninspired play.  What the heck does someone need to tell Ryder to get him to play at a consistently high level, which he has shown he is capable of?  When he plays the game with passion, it usually goes pretty well for him.  Wonder if this guy does enough to prepare himself for every game...
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    Peverly with Kelly never worked out.  It's about time.

     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    I think Ryder is bi-polar. He didn't look like he was playing in the same building last night. The guy is capable of being a game changer but that happens 4 or 5 times a year.
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    I like it. Rex needs less ice time, but that's not a very productive 3rd line. Kelly hs been rather missing; Ryder hogs the puck until the other team takes it away, and Rex's game has just gotten older and less productive.Great guy, smart guy, should be a coach.
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    The whole team didn't look like they belonged in the building last night. What a disappointment. Why even make the trip to MOntreal with that kind of an effort?


     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    Geez!! It's about time.

    I mentioned this many times before & I've been hoping to see this since the trade was made! A speedy 2nd line with skill.
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    Rolling 4 lines is great, but having 2 legitimate scoring lines is also great.
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    In Response to Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly:
    @kitchener, I don't know what you mean.  I see Peverley all over the ice when his line is out there.  In particular, I don't think there is a ton of chemistry with Kelly, and Ryder is on one of his typical 10-game disappearing acts.  He hasn't had much support.
    Posted by BruinsGM24


    How many shots on net does he have maybee 2 or 3
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    Still like him better than Rex
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    Yaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyy! Kudos for changing things up, despite the 6-1-1 record. The eye test showed that something had to be done, and they're mixing it up in a way that makes sense.

    The jury's still out on what to do with that 4th line during the playoffs, and there are solid reasons to go in a number of directions. If it were up to me, and it's not, perhaps Seguin on the 3rd with Kelly and Ryder would make more sense, with Recchi on the 4th and PP unit #2. As for Thornton and Paille, I'd go with Paille. He's better defensively, equal offensively, and I like his speed and PK abilities compared with Thornton.

    Lucic-Krejci-Horton
    Marchand-Bergeron-Peverly
    Seguin-Kelly-Ryder
    Paille-Campbell-Recchi

    Make it so....
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    He finally realized that Kelly and Ryder are awful?
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    I don't care who plays where, just put that bum Thornton in the press box!
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    So many of us on these boards were calling for this move for a while!!!

    I think Claude only makes moves out of desperation, not necessity!
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    Rex probably approached CJ on his own and said "Are you crazy giving me 2nd line minutes at the age of 43?  I'm clearly hurting the production of that line.  Please move me down in the lineup, but try to keep me in important roles (PP, PK)."  Likely not, but I wouldn't be surprised if that's what it took to break the status quo.
     
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    Re: Today's practice: Peverley up with Bergeron, Recchi moved down with Kelly

    I like the move. Recchi has really looked his age lately. Peverley gives more speed & a better even strenght options with Bergeron & Marchand then Recchi do.
     
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