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  • Forum Post: Prepare to enjoy watching the Red Sox behind as a seasonal ritual

    Posted 08/25/2012 10:56:19 EDT

    Furthermore all three players are past their prime and have begun their descents to mediocrity. AGon is the only guy you can argue, but his power numbers have not been near expectations since arriving more »

  • Forum Post: Prepare to enjoy watching the Red Sox behind as a seasonal ritual

    Posted 08/25/2012 10:44:27 EDT

    Addition by subtraction. CC and Beckett have done nothing to contribute to the Sox last year or this year. AGon will be missed but that is the price to pay to get rid of two terrible contracts. The pr more »

  • Forum Post: Jordan Caron

    Posted 03/09/2012 09:10:48 EST

    In response to "Jordan Caron": [QUOTE]He's been taking a beating around here. Guess what?  He's a rookie.  He has played 26 NHL games.  For those who are all down on him, let me ask you this:  What di more »

  • Forum Post: Another winning goal by Blake Wheeler : Question :

    Posted 03/06/2012 08:41:53 EST

    Wheeler was never accepted by B's fans or management. For a player of his size to be as soft as he is just embarrassing in a B's jersey. Furthermore he couldn't score consistently which ended up being more »

  • Forum Post: B's Rangers Game Thread - Measuring Stick

    Posted 03/04/2012 04:11:12 EST

    In response to "Re: B's Rangers Game Thread - Measuring Stick": [QUOTE]The Rangers barley beat the Bruins today without Horton, Peverley, Paille or Ference so I don't see how this could be a measuring more »

  • Forum Post: B's Rangers Game Thread - Measuring Stick

    Posted 03/04/2012 03:13:05 EST

    Close but just not good enough. B's got to get better fast or the playoff run will b a short one.. more »

  • Forum Post: Good Job PC

    Posted 02/27/2012 10:40:44 EST

    Rolston will be fine as a low cost fill in. Still has good wheels and excellent experience. Stats are bad but the most telling stat for me is his shots on goal. He still manages about 2.5 shots per ga more »

  • Forum Post: Mrs Neil be scared! very!

    Posted 02/26/2012 11:21:17 EST

    Neil reminds me of Daryl Dixon on walking dead, an unpredictable, nasty, toothless, redneck lookin, motha f'er. Players like Neil really make rivalries go with the havoc they cause. Good thing about N more »

  • Forum Post: Ales Hemsky

    Posted 02/23/2012 08:19:25 EST

    Hemsky is soft, fragile, stats never equaled his hype, and any player named Alice is just not a good fit for the B's. I can't imagine the B's will offer the best package anyway as other teams will be more »

  • Forum Post: Montreal will win the Rick Nash Lottery....(You've heard it from Stanley)

    Posted 02/23/2012 08:07:23 EST

    In response to "Re: Montreal will win the Rick Nash Lottery....(You've heard it from Stanley)": [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Montreal will win the Rick Nash Lottery....(You've heard it from Stanley) : wh more »

  • Forum Post: Providence Baby Busts

    Posted 02/20/2012 01:45:14 EST

    In response to "Re: Providence Baby Busts": [QUOTE]The Baby B's are a bit younger than expected. Button [20],Cantin [21],Warsofsky [21], Cohen [22}, Miller [ 24], Kamfer [23], Bartkowski [23] all on d more »

  • Forum Post: Vegas: Bruins are 2nd most likely spot for Nash

    Posted 02/15/2012 10:57:05 EST

    Guys like Nash don't come along often. B's have been flat and still lack a true sniper as Seguin is the closet thing but still too young and inconsistent. Rask, Krecji, Knight or Spooner and 2nd rd pi more »

  • Forum Post: Vegas: Bruins are 2nd most likely spot for Nash

    Posted 02/15/2012 10:33:23 EST

    I would structure a deal around Krecji and Rask. Thomas has years left and Krecji is not a first line center. Add any prospect not named Hamilton and a pick and deal is done. Nash is a stud and scores more »

  • Forum Post: Smyth and Whitney

    Posted 02/12/2012 11:10:45 EST

    Its my thought Caron gets dealt. The more I see him the less impressed I am. He screams bottom six forward/ fringe player to me. Does a lot of things ok but nothing really stands out. Doesn't dominate more »

  • Forum Post: Smyth and Whitney

    Posted 02/12/2012 10:21:56 EST

    If willing to waive his no trade, Smyth would be a strong addition for his experience, production, and speed. Whitney on the other hand is too much of an injury risk with a big contract next season. S more »

  • Forum Post: If Sox do not succeed in signing Roy Oswalt, will shift their focus to trying to swing a deal for Gavin Floyd

    Posted 01/29/2012 11:17:34 EST

    Williams is not giving him away. Kenny is a shrewd dealer and will get one prospect of his choice and another from a list to do the deal. Floyd has value and other teams are in on him. So yes, Middleb more »

  • Forum Post: Tim Wakefield Still Awaiting Red Sox Contract Offer

    Posted 01/09/2012 09:49:24 EST

    Tim can come off the couch at a moments notice to make starts down the stretch after the starting pitching gets decimated with injury by August. Like the Vinny Testa of baseball. He will win 5 games i more »

  • Forum Post: Aaron Cook

    Posted 01/09/2012 08:41:53 EST

    Aaron Cook represents quality depth in the rotation or pen. Sorry Wake your ship has left th dock. more »

  • Forum Post: "We Want Luongo" Chant sparks 'Nucks

    Posted 01/08/2012 10:23:04 EST

    Hard fought game, two evenly matched teams, emotions at a high, neither team needs motivation, don't think the chant had anything to do with the outcome. Classless? You may have an argument there if y more »

  • Forum Post: Benoit Ballz

    Posted 01/08/2012 10:09:29 EST

    For the money and length of contract involved Pouliot has been decent. Like most I was baffled at the signing when it happen on the opening day of free agency. Didn't lke him the first 10+ games, was more »

  • Forum Post: Paul Maholm

    Posted 01/07/2012 09:23:20 EST

    If the Sox like his current med reports then a one year offer for reasonable salary seems like a good deal for the player and the Sox. A lefty who can eat innings at the back of the rotation is a nice more »

  • Forum Post: Brian Burke "troubled" By State Of NHL After Demoting Colton Orr

    Posted 01/06/2012 09:06:27 EST

    In response to "Re: Brian Burke "troubled" By State Of NHL After Demoting Colton Orr": [QUOTE]Burke makes a valid point. Don't take the message out of context. There is a significant increase in cheap more »

  • Forum Post: future defensive backfield

    Posted 01/04/2012 10:38:57 EST

    Mb I guess what I'm saying is this group has under performed this year and would rather see the Pats address CB and S earlier than later in the draft. Drafting OL and risk missing out on the best of t more »

  • Forum Post: future defensive backfield

    Posted 01/04/2012 10:32:08 EST

    Agreed nobody is giving up on McCourty. Maybe just reconsidering his ceiling as a starting CB. In summary, quality depth has to be infused throughout this group to raise competition level for playing more »

  • Forum Post: future defensive backfield

    Posted 01/04/2012 10:08:56 EST

    They are all bums except for Chung. McCourty has played like a bum most of the year, Arrington is a nice back up but a #2 corner? Really? Dowling is injury prone. This group stinks and needs a complet more »

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