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  • Posted 02/18/2011 06:32:40 EST

    One thing a Kaberle-watcher can honestly say is he's been consistent and steady in his play over the years on some very poor Leaf teams.  It should be interesting to see what playing with a contending more »

  • Posted 02/18/2011 06:22:29 EST

    A few seasons ago, Kovalchuk, still a Thrasher, was off to a slow start, by his standards. Wasn't it Peverley who, when paired with Kovalchuk, seemed to get him untracked for one of his usual 40-plus more »

  • Posted 02/18/2011 04:07:39 EST

    //loose// Make that "lose." (Some people have a way with words. Others not have way!) more »

  • Posted 02/18/2011 04:06:04 EST

    Watching Kaberle up here in T. O. for his entire career has not made me a fan of his. Kaberle still has the wheels, no doubt about that but as a player of impact, I'm not so sure. Believe me, I'm hopi more »

  • Posted 02/17/2011 09:27:07 EST

    Evening, folks! That's more like it. I don't care if it was against the Isles, either. Were the Bruins full-value for the win? Hope so. more »

  • Comment on: Movement%20coming

    Posted 02/15/2011 11:55:49 EST

    chrisc045 wrote: I like your optimism RHO. Kelly had a good +/-. I just really hope this isn't the forward we target for more offense. chris - We know the Bruins need an offensive player, someone who more »

  • Posted 02/15/2011 11:47:17 EST

    //'ll hurt your skinny little wrist and then you won't be able to jiggy jiggy yourself.//

    You should know, squealhockeyfan.

    more »

  • Posted 02/15/2011 11:45:25 EST

    SoxFan - Well said, as usual. I see in his articulate (for him) reply, he made mention of "pencil neek geek" which may or may not be a typo. More to the point, I think the English translation means "S more »

  • Forum Post: The Bright Side

    Posted 02/15/2011 11:34:46 EST

    In Response to Re: The Bright Side: In Response to Re: The Bright Side : LOL I was looking for the perfect thread to say the same thing . On the bright side the Habs blew a 2-0 lead.  it's a bounce ba more »

  • Comment on: Movement%20coming

    Posted 02/15/2011 11:23:47 EST

    Hey, the more players like Campbell and Marchand with their skill set of desire and heart, the better for the Bruins. more »

  • Comment on: Movement%20coming

    Posted 02/15/2011 11:18:23 EST

    DrCC wrote:
    Yes well, I think that game showed the Bruins have a bit of a blockage problem. Hopefully this movement will help.

    Gotta smile at that one.

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  • Posted 02/15/2011 11:15:09 EST

    realhockeyfan wrote: RICHMONDHILLONTARIO....i have forgot more about hockey than you'll ever know skippy.....and i don't drink beer.....some bruin fans told me it tastes like mouse pea...i prefer real more »

  • Posted 02/15/2011 11:06:10 EST

    fan - Good point, all. Hey, what can you do? Bruins fans have been fortunate so far this year in having a club that has not hit any major skids until now. I'd like to think with the likes of Recchi an more »

  • Comment on: Movement%20coming

    Posted 02/15/2011 10:58:05 EST

    DrCC wrote:

    "Movement coming"
    Oh please, such an easy target for a joke

    DrCC - That brilliant joke removed some of the sour taste from tonight's loss. Thank you, bro. more »

  • Comment on: Movement%20coming

    Posted 02/15/2011 10:56:35 EST

    //It is not Tomas Kaberle.// Whoa! Didn't see that.

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  • Comment on: Movement%20coming

    Posted 02/15/2011 10:55:56 EST

    Hmmm. Should be interesting. Burke said today that Boston was one of the clubs that he'd be willing to waive his NTC for. We'll see. If it is him, it had better not include the Leafs' former first rou more »

  • Posted 02/15/2011 10:49:00 EST

    realhockeyfan wrote: BsLEGION...." side from the game against montreal".....are you serious??....your pathetic goon squad can only compete when they gang up on non fighters.....3 straight loses when y more »

  • Posted 02/15/2011 10:43:00 EST

    //4. Forget Grabbo's goal. As bad as that was, it was nowhere near as embarrassing as that stretch earlier in the third. That was nauseating. fan - Absolutely right. That shift seemed to be down to th more »

  • Posted 02/15/2011 10:31:13 EST

    LRH - Welcome back!  The Leafs deserved to win because for the most part tonight, they were the better team.  End of story.  The Bruins can and have played better.  Even with this 3-game skid, they co more »

  • Posted 02/15/2011 10:13:04 EST

    I can hear the chants down on Yonge Street now. "We're Number Twenty...Awww, damn It!" Let's face it. A win would've been great but in all honesty, they'd have been fortunate to escape with one. They' more »

  • Posted 02/15/2011 09:49:02 EST

    Hey, Sabres and Habs are now tied 2-2 in the third. more »

  • Posted 02/15/2011 09:43:16 EST

    Full credit to the Leafs, folks. They out-everythinged the Bruins for most of the night. How else do we explain that horrible display earlier in the period when the Leafs opened a shooting gallery in more »

  • Posted 02/15/2011 09:33:51 EST

    Man, I'd love to see Neely's face now. That goal was brutal. more »

  • Posted 02/15/2011 09:20:14 EST

    Please! No more shifts like the pedestrian one of earlier this period now that they have the lead. God, that was bad. more »

  • Posted 02/15/2011 09:06:15 EST

    Guys, can you believe that last shift? The Leafs were making the Bruins look like black and gold pylons especially with the hit posts! That was a brutal stretch of play. more »