Re: What now??
posted at 4/12/2013 12:25 PM EDT
In response to Ramz's comment:
In response to mxt's comment:
In response to perrysound's comment:
Seriously!!! Are we getting all bent about a 2-1 loss to NYI, missing some major pieces of the team. Really. This is what, 1 game in a row loss?
Come on, stop this snivelling.
Have you even been watching this team? It's not about last nights loss. They are not good right now, and their lack of intensity is alarming. They look old and slow. Lucic and Horton can't even make the simplest of plays. They no longer stick up for each other. Injuries and the schedule are no excuse. Every team suffers them. Unless they somehow get it in gear, a first round exit would not be a surprise. I hope I'm wrong.
My thoughts exactly!! We need a leader in the room to call out the slackers and it's worrying to know that all teams have had the same sched but the bruins are not the same team that started the season. I'm not saying they can't play with the best of them, but it's just not the Bruins that Hit bang and fight. The same Bruins that after the game is done, you know that you just played the bruins!!
No. That's why it's been brought up by so many people in the know. Everybody plays 48 games, but what's hit the B's so hard, is the fact that they've had to play an incredibly lop-sided amount of those games in March and April.........(18 in Jan,Feb......30 in March, April) Most teams have played 3 fewer games in that span, and while that may not seem like a lot....it allows some breaks of 4+ days to recharge, heal, and rest. The Bruins have been playing virtualy every other day, and they were on the road disporportionately. Having 9 of the final 14 at home is a bit of a silver lining though.