Re: Jeremy Jacobs a suitor to buy the Bills and keep them in Buffalo.
posted at 4/6/2014 8:22 PM EDT
In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:
In response to DougIrwin's comment:
I've already bludgeoned you on the Bruins board with this and I am not going to do it again. You were completely outnumbered there and would be here, too.
Again, you're the only supposed Bruins diehard I've ever seen defend Jacob$.
It shouldn't be that hard to give a few examples. In fact, it would have taken less time to type a few names than it did to type that BS instead.
How about future HOFer Adam Oates with future HOFer Ray Bourque on his heels awkwardly begging to get the hell out of there at the end of his career?
Again, we've been over this. Every millisecond they had someone good, poof, off they go when the contract came due.
Gord Murphy was better than Garry Galley? Really? Baloney. Galley and Bourque dominated the PP work from the blueline in that era. Wesley was another one they scapgeoated out the door.
I don't have the time to go back down every single FA option they could have had from 1976-2004 before Jacob$'$ second lockout came to fruition, but there are numerous examples of their own players on their own team that were messed with for their new contracts, where Sinden traded them off instead.
Either you know the history of the club, or you don't. It was like it was bad to do good things on the Bruins in those years because it meant those players that did good would be shown the door. Then, Sinden would show up with is drunken self and roascea all over his cheeks on Channel 5 News at 6:00 with Mike Dowling looking flummoxed outsid the Delaware North offices at the Garnde, trying to act like the player wasn't a help to the team after months of negotiating. Sure, Harry. Go have another drink as you answer "yes" to Jeremy.
Harry was Jacob$'$ puppet and anyone with half a brain knows that. My grandmother knew that.
My grandmother knows more about the Jacobs Bruins than you do. How does that feel?
Maybe you should have been paying attention to how pathetic all the local overrated players were like Donato or Heinze and how they tried to sell those names as 1st or 2nd line talent instead of you feverishly playing with yourself in Jacob$'s overpriced balcony tickets at $43 a pop in the early 90s, huh, Handy? lmao
See, you're messing with the wrong person on this topic. You think you know it all and the fact is, I'll out-debate you under the table and back on this stuff. I had family work for Jacobs, we got freebies for years and my folks had season tickets for a long time so I go the dope from them as a kid on Jacobs. Everyone in the know did. You were just some tool fanboy who was JAcob$'$ wet dream and you still are. lol
And, don't even make me start listing the moves in the post lockout era from 1995 and through the early 2000s with moves like Kovalenko or Popovic on D. Pathetic.
Tim Taylor was an outstanding face off man and checking Centerman for the '98/'99 club, too, but they refused to pay him when the time came.
I'd could go on for days and days with this.
The coup de grace with Sinden working for Jacobs, too, was the pathetic idea that a finesse Centerman like a Thornton all of a sudden wasn't Bruins material when it came time to pay them, they'd trade them and then get garbage back in return for that chip.
I also schooled you on that concept too, when I reference how good BB was at that stuff getting ROI.
Note how that STILL happens today with Jacob$ looming in the background with Kessel and now Seguin.
Don't draft the player if he doesn't' fit the mold, only to scapegoat the player later.
The fans in Boston are WAY too intelligent a fan to be duped like that on a regular basis, at least most of us are. That does not include you. You're a dopey fan.
Jacob$ gets away with it now only because he controls the CBA structure within his preferred budget over the life of the deal, so he gets away with it. But, the weasel hasn't changed his stripes, you can take that to the bank.