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  • Forum Post: Valentine needs to be fired

    Posted 09/02/2012 09:50:29 EDT

    Valentine has only made problems on this team worse. I can't believe they are going to finish the season with him. The team will continue to sink and flounder and after a bitter Winter things could po more »

  • Forum Post: Today (March 30th 2012) Tyler or Taylor

    Posted 04/01/2012 01:09:06 EDT

    Hall is the real deal but he can't stay healthy because of his pedal/metal type game. This will likely wear on him as more seasons go by. It's not that the Bruins made the right choice but rather EDM more »

  • Forum Post: Rolston minus Thornton = better?

    Posted 03/07/2012 10:22:04 EST

    Performance-wise Rolston = Kaberle: washed up and coming into a hot playoff race from a team dead in the water. At least he didn't cost a 1st rounder and if injuries occur in the playoffs we'll have a more »

  • Forum Post: Blake Wheeler....Peverley

    Posted 02/17/2012 01:29:29 EST

    Peverly did make the Bruins a much faster team with his speed. Wheeler was all size. Peverly just plain can't shoot, that's his problem. He misses 7 of 10 shots. If he was more accurate his numbers wo more »

  • Forum Post: Deadline Deal.... Ana - Bos

    Posted 12/19/2011 02:40:35 EST

    How does this trade make Boston better? It seems so unnecessary. more »

  • Forum Post: thomas once again shows weekness in win

    Posted 12/15/2011 08:16:34 EST

    In Response to thomas once again shows weekness in win: [QUOTE]two more week ones tonite.wonder when the bruins trade timmie?he is not living up to starter goaler status like me Posted by tukka-fall[/ more »

  • Forum Post: Question for older B's fans

    Posted 12/05/2011 10:53:01 EST

    I was too young back in the days of Orr?Espo but things are so hot here right now even the talk show hosts on the radio who hate hockey (read: Denis and Callahan) are faking like they're fans because more »

  • Forum Post: Rest?

    Posted 12/05/2011 03:29:35 EST

    Yeah, I guess it makes sense. If they had a big lead in the standings then a rest might work but they are just barely ahead of the competition so I guess they can't spare it. I just hate to see them h more »

  • Forum Post: Rest?

    Posted 12/04/2011 09:27:44 EST

    With the ridiculous schedule coming up the next week or so I'm thinking the B's should use that as an opportunity to rest a player here or there and give Kampfer, Hamill et. al. some work. They will n more »

  • Forum Post: Rutherford on Kaberle

    Posted 12/02/2011 10:39:42 EST

    Last year Kaberle's poor play was supposedly because he was playing for the Leafs and then he went to the Cup champ Bruins and still stunk. After that, I didn't think PC would ever be able to dump him more »

  • Forum Post: NHL Officiating

    Posted 11/24/2011 11:17:01 EST

    In Response to Re: NHL Officiating: [QUOTE]I don't hate NHL officiating. A lot of times I go "what the heck was that??!" only to see the official was right. There are some terrible calls all the same more »

  • Forum Post: NHL Officiating

    Posted 11/24/2011 11:11:19 EST

    The officiating last night vs Buffalo was bad but I think baseball has the worst, by far. Overall, I think the NHL is doing much better at trying to improve officiating. I think hockey is the hardest more »

  • Forum Post: No talk about the Sabres Bruins Games tonight? I can't wait for this one!

    Posted 11/24/2011 02:27:33 EST

    Sabres were fools going to the press with their complaints. They put themselves in a position where they were now obliged to win the fights and the game too. Ruff was stupid for suggesting "open seaso more »

  • Forum Post: Once again Thomas steals the show!

    Posted 11/22/2011 09:25:17 EST

    Can anyone think of someone better? I go back as far as Cheevers and TT is much better. Moog and Peeters don't hold up  IMO either.
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  • Forum Post: Chris Kelly

    Posted 11/08/2011 11:10:51 EST

    When they made the trade for him Chiarelli referred to him as a "two-way" player. I griped big time because he was not very good offensively and, at the time they needed some O badly. But since the pl more »

  • Forum Post: B's aren't hung over

    Posted 10/28/2011 05:43:38 EDT

    The Cup wasn't a fluke, it was won on incredible goaltending, look at the numbers. This team had scoring problems last season that they did not address and now with Ryder and Recchi gone and only Poul more »

  • Forum Post: Cap Space

    Posted 07/20/2011 11:25:35 EDT

    At the trade deadline there usually is not much available and all is badly overpriced. I doubt Chia is saving it for that. What evidence is there of that anyway? Now that he has some room maybe he can more »

  • Forum Post: Thank you 98.5, and stay classy EEI

    Posted 06/20/2011 09:18:40 EDT

    At WEEI they got rid of their only hockey fans, Dale Arnold and Pete Shephard(sp) and now they are trying to talk hockey with a bunch of basketball guys. Dimwits! like hockey fans wouldn't be able to more »

  • Forum Post: VANWHOVER?

    Posted 06/16/2011 10:15:02 EDT

    LOL, heard a lot of the Lebrongo stuff today. more »

  • Forum Post: Eating Crow...with a side order of fries!

    Posted 06/16/2011 06:57:20 EDT

    I think most fans had doubts at some point during the season. I was not sold on the Kaberle trade or Chris Kelly until well into the playoffs. I became a big Thomas fan years ago when he played his fi more »

  • Forum Post: Where was Marc Savard?

    Posted 06/16/2011 06:49:29 EDT

    He was not in Vancouver last night? Is he in no condition to travel? Did he have a setback? I could have sworn i saw him in Boston recently. Nobody on TV last night even mentioned how Boston won it al more »

  • Forum Post: Lets not forget Patrice!

    Posted 06/16/2011 06:46:51 EDT

    He could have easily won the Smythe if not Timmy. He was Boston's two-way forward who won all the important face-offs and scored two last night. Thomas might have overshadowed him a little. He came ba more »

  • Forum Post: Thomas! The best goalie in the world.

    Posted 06/15/2011 11:39:35 EDT

    I'vI said last October that he was the best in the world and was blasted for it.  Brickley said his may have been the best playoff performance in Cup hstory. AFAIC, he has nothing more to prove, ever. more »

  • Forum Post: Thomas steals another one

    Posted 05/23/2011 11:28:23 EDT

    While Chara, Bergeron and Lucic played well and they got two nice goals this game was won by Thomas. His netminding was money when they needed him. TB are scratching their heads. They outplayed and ou more »

  • Forum Post: Can Thomas at least wait a full minute before giving up goals

    Posted 05/23/2011 11:18:17 EDT

    This thread looks so idiotic now. Thomas was the ONLY reason Boston won the game. He was incredible. Some fans have no idea what's going on. more »

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