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  • Forum Post: St. Patrick's Day Game

    Posted 03/11/2014 07:47:37 EDT

    I think the Bruins should don an alternate jersey for this day, like the Celtics decided to do.  A spoked shamrock and change all the gold to green (not a big fan of that green B's shirt they sell now more »

  • Forum Post: Kevin Bieksa

    Posted 03/05/2014 06:46:55 EST

    Meszaros is fine.  Deadline has come and gone.  What are you losers going to spend all day posting about now?  

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  • Forum Post: Kevin Bieksa

    Posted 03/04/2014 01:19:49 EST

    Wow!  Glad you guys have nothing to do with running this team.  Nikitin?  MacDonald?  unbelievable.  Back into hibernation I go.  What a bunch of baffoons on here!

     

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  • Forum Post: Kevin Bieksa

    Posted 03/04/2014 09:32:53 EST

    This year plus two more at $4.6.  He's 32 and in the back end of his prime, but obviously is skilled and has the requisite experience.  He's definitely a Bruins type of player.  Very tough, and I don' more »

  • Forum Post: Clowe

    Posted 04/01/2013 11:01:32 EDT

    Just in Clowe to Pitt...........just kidding!  Btw who's that sensitive alistair crowley guy?

     

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  • Forum Post: Streit and St. Louis

    Posted 04/01/2013 11:17:11 EDT

    In response to Drewski5's comment: In response to WalkTheLine's comment:   Cam - Martin St. Louis is not even on the market by all indications. Yes, but he is on the market by some indications.  (See more »

  • Forum Post: Streit and St. Louis

    Posted 03/29/2013 09:46:03 EDT

    In response to bostonfan191646's comment: you aren't thinking of this logically. If the price for Streit and St. Louis (neither are necessarily on the market) is astronomical, it isn't worth it.  Yeah more »

  • Forum Post: Streit and St. Louis

    Posted 03/28/2013 04:45:59 EDT

    Whitney and Clowe would be a waste, in that they don't get us close enough to compete with Pittsburgh.  Only alternative that would be deemed a success is obtaining Streit and St. Louis.  Chiarelli ca more »

  • Forum Post: Morrow to Pittsburgh?

    Posted 03/24/2013 06:09:55 EDT

    Morrow has become a real injury prone player as of late, because of his gritty style.  I'm glad Pitt went that route because it takes them out of the trade market and essentially puts us in the driver more »

  • Forum Post: The no.1 goaltending is slowly shifting towards Khudo

    Posted 03/22/2013 09:39:41 EDT

    Thanks for beating me to the punch all you posters.  I started laughing when I read the name of the thread.  What a joke?

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  • Forum Post: Did the Bruins really traded Blake Wheeler for Pev ??

    Posted 03/20/2013 06:45:30 EDT

    Yes and we won a Cup.

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  • Forum Post: MCQUAID out 3-4 weeks with shoulder injury.

    Posted 03/20/2013 06:44:41 EDT

    Grab Mottau again for cheap as a #7.  I thought he did a great job last year and he's probably even better than Johnson!

     

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  • Forum Post: Pacioretty Claims Boston is "Jealous"

    Posted 03/05/2013 08:08:50 EST

    White Wings = donkey!

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  • Forum Post: Alfredsson

    Posted 03/01/2013 04:42:02 EST

    Wrong about the cap # "Not-a-shot"!  The 1/2 salary # you're putting out there is still relative to the overall cap.  By moving Thomas the B's really put themselves in a much better position than most more »

  • Forum Post: Alfredsson

    Posted 03/01/2013 03:45:20 EST

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment: In response to CamOJonasink's comment:   I became a big fan of Alfredsson when I watched the all-star selection special last season and when I went to the game las more »

  • Forum Post: Alfredsson

    Posted 03/01/2013 09:25:06 EST

    I became a big fan of Alfredsson when I watched the all-star selection special last season and when I went to the game last night I came away really impressed with him.  He worked a lot harder than I more »

  • Forum Post: John Scott

    Posted 07/01/2012 10:19:03 EDT

    The big man goes to Buffalo.  Thornton better pick up the off ice sparring sessions this off season.  He is a scary beast!
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  • Forum Post: Gotta Trade Rask!!!!

    Posted 01/18/2012 06:51:57 EST

    No way.  Two top flight goalies.  One on the rise and one at the tail end of his peak (presumambly), crossing paths at the right time.  I see these two splitting games after this season for two years. more »

  • Forum Post: Has Zach H passed Jordan Caron

    Posted 01/06/2012 09:18:42 EST

    Caron has more upside.  I don't think Hamill has looked very good, but its' tough to do so with limited icetime.  They still need time to develop.  Fortunately they have that.  Caron had an opportunit more »

  • Forum Post: Benoit Ballz

    Posted 01/06/2012 06:05:37 EST

    Just to clarify, I'm certainly not saying this guys # belongs in the rafters, nor am I insinuating he should replace Marchand on the second line.  I'm merely making the point that he's been a pleasant more »

  • Forum Post: Benoit Ballz

    Posted 01/06/2012 08:18:25 EST

    I have to say, I'm eating crow when I hear Pouliot's name.  I hated the acquisition at the time.  I still wanted him out of town after 10-12 games.  He has slowly, but surely, won me over.  He has bee more »

  • Forum Post: Best Bruins brawlers?

    Posted 12/01/2011 07:18:08 EST

    In Response to Re: Best Bruins brawlers?: [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Best Bruins brawlers? : Wow, you know your pugs, but I guess with a handle like that, I shouldn't be surprised... And you're with me more »

  • Forum Post: Best Bruins brawlers?

    Posted 11/30/2011 05:38:27 EST

    1.  Zdeno Chara - only because he'd punish Jonathan because of the height disparity. 2.  Stan Jonathan - one word "savage!" 3.  Terry O'Reilly - fierce berserker.  Is that redundant? 4.  Jay Miller - more »

  • Forum Post: RIP Rick Rypien

    Posted 08/16/2011 04:55:50 EDT

    I am a grossly passionate Bruins fan first and foremost, but a huge fan of hockey fights too(also like most B's faithful).  I've been a Rick Rypien fan for three years now for obvious reasons.  He was more »

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