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About Me: Born a Bruin 1975. Bruins are #1 and you will never convince me otherwise. I'm a DIE HARD fan, out of the great white north. BLACK N' GOLD 4 LIFE !

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  • Forum Post: UNACCEPTABLE !

    Posted 11/04/2013 05:11:54 EST

    From what I see it's a total lack of focus on the passing game. If they had focus, they would be creating more chances. Focus on the tape to tape passing. If they can't pass how can they do anything e more »

  • Forum Post: Today's Headline- Will the NHL ever Ban Fighting.

    Posted 03/09/2012 05:23:24 EST

    I don't think that people that don't actually play the game should even be allowed to vote. If anyone should decide it should be the players. They are the ones playing the game. Everyone else should s more »

  • Forum Post: Are we giving up on Kaberle too fast?

    Posted 05/17/2011 03:51:25 EDT

    The whole team better show up tonight, they can't give another one away like that. more »

  • Forum Post: Lashoff Traded To Leafs

    Posted 08/27/2010 08:59:20 EDT

    At this point I can only assume that Lashoff , Karsums and that 2nd round pick, would be working better than a 42 year old Recchi. I guess we'll see. more »

  • Forum Post: Question and survey

    Posted 08/03/2010 08:31:20 EDT

    In Response to Question and survey: [QUOTE]Hockey really only starts next month,¬† what can I say ..... So now we know what some of you do besides posting on here, how you became a Bruins fan and where more »

  • Forum Post: Wheeler

    Posted 07/27/2010 09:06:37 EDT

    If he doesn't want to sign let him walk. The Bruins have kids in the system dying to get up and make their mark. He needs to prove himself for at least one season as being worth the money. PC can't af more »

  • Forum Post: What is Wheeler really worth

    Posted 07/27/2010 08:58:08 EDT

    Contrary to the 2.2, I would go out on a limb and say 1.75mil. The boy has a future, but not 2.2. Let's remember what P.J. did for the Bruins and he only bagged 1.75 near the end of his stint with the more »

  • Forum Post: Guerin - Again?

    Posted 07/27/2010 08:48:59 EDT

    In Response to Re: Guerin - Again?: I'd take Guerin for both Ryder and Sturm, straight up. Posted by bim09 I was going to post about how I dislike Guerin till I read this post, and couldn't agree more more »

  • Forum Post: Argument I'm having regarding offsides

    Posted 07/16/2010 05:58:48 EDT

    In Response to Re: Argument I'm having regarding offsides: In Response to Re: Argument I'm having regarding offsides : I believe that skating backward while controlling the puck became legally onside more »

  • Forum Post: PC slammed by Muir on SI.com

    Posted 07/06/2010 08:07:59 EDT

    @Chowdahkid

    OOOOOUUUCCCHHHHH. Yeah, I hear yaMoney mouth, and I know what point your making. Story of my life. Dam. Still, with how things are in Boston, much better than TO. I want Scotty Bowman. Yell more »

  • Forum Post: Krejci

    Posted 07/06/2010 07:57:45 EDT

    In Response to Re: Krejci: Wrist injury was the beginning of the end for Jason Allison. Wrist injury was the beginning of the end for Sergei Samsonov. Wrist injury was the end of the beginning for Zac more »

  • Forum Post: Tim Thomas @ 5 mill a year?

    Posted 07/06/2010 07:49:56 EDT

    In Response to Re: Tim Thomas @ 5 mill a year?: You guys who continually knock Thomas are as ignorant as the Francona bashers on the Sox forum.¬† Let's not give him any credit for winning the Vezina or more »

  • Forum Post: PC slammed by Muir on SI.com

    Posted 07/06/2010 07:40:46 EDT

    No doubt. The bottom line says it all, and it's still not September. Dudes need to stop ripping or go to the Leaf board and cry there. At least the Bruins make the playoffs. The only good thing about more »

  • Forum Post: The best trade for the Bruins :)

    Posted 07/06/2010 07:18:11 EDT

    Wouldn't want to see Theodore or Semin in Black n' Gold, and I can't see either TT or Sav wanting to waive their NMC to go there either. more »

  • Forum Post: Just a basic NHL question

    Posted 07/06/2010 06:56:41 EDT

    I thought you had to make an appearance in the playoffs in order to get a ring. I could be wrong, but that is something I remember hearing before.

    more »

  • Forum Post: ANOTHER CHIARELLI BLUNDER: $1,759,795 in penalties charged to this seasons cap.

    Posted 07/05/2010 08:41:36 EDT

    I'm pretty sure with his history of injury, he stands a pretty good chance of winning any argument the NHL would bring forth. They do believe in player safety, so I don't see how it would or could be more »

  • Forum Post: Wheeler : Come on!

    Posted 07/05/2010 08:25:03 EDT

    Wheeler is in arbitration ??? When did this happen ???



             ????

    more »

  • Forum Post: ANOTHER CHIARELLI BLUNDER: $1,759,795 in penalties charged to this seasons cap.

    Posted 07/05/2010 08:15:01 EDT

    What is so funny about that ? They guy is a gimp with his knees. When is he expected to return ? any word on that. All he has to do is agree, and the insurance will cover most of his contract, and he more »

  • Forum Post: ANOTHER CHIARELLI BLUNDER: $1,759,795 in penalties charged to this seasons cap.

    Posted 07/05/2010 07:56:57 EDT

    @Neely20005 Dude slow down. You can be over the cap and pay the penalty. You just can't put a team on the ice that is over it. That's why I said "juggle the line up". I also said there would be anothe more »

  • Forum Post: ANOTHER CHIARELLI BLUNDER: $1,759,795 in penalties charged to this seasons cap.

    Posted 07/04/2010 07:24:18 EDT

    @BruinsTicketSales No man, I don't think you get it. I bin waiting 35 F'n years for a F'n cup. I don't give a shyte how much dough they gottah blow. Sounds to me like your the pom pom waiving sheepman more »

  • Forum Post: State of the Cap: What would you do?

    Posted 07/04/2010 04:46:30 EDT

    Get Sturm to sit for the season and that automatically dumps 3.5 that insurance will cover most of + he's off the books for the season. Waive Ryder and hope someone picks him up. more »

  • Forum Post: Bruins fans everywhere...where do you hang your hat?

    Posted 07/04/2010 04:28:16 EDT

    Canada's most prominent hockey talented city.

    London, Ontario more »

  • Forum Post: Neely's promotion - more to it than meets the eye?

    Posted 07/04/2010 04:23:30 EDT

    Neely is not just a figure head. I think it's a great move. He's been grandfathered into the position, and is a great leader of the team. He is an excellent character to help build this team. He's a c more »

  • Forum Post: ANOTHER CHIARELLI BLUNDER: $1,759,795 in penalties charged to this seasons cap.

    Posted 07/04/2010 04:06:47 EDT

    @Neely 2005 I hope your kidding. If you don't think the Bruins can afford this kind of over compensation then I'll remind you that the organization is almost 86 years old. I'm pretty sure they will be more »

  • Forum Post: Offer sheets on RFA's

    Posted 07/03/2010 11:07:06 EDT

    Funny cause he only played 7 games as an Oiler before resurfacing as an Islander. Posting a respectable¬†7-18-25 with a -4 in 44GP. The other players you speak of are definitely respectable players, bu more »

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