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Posted 04/19/2015 01:30:17 EDT
Dunno. Bittner? Though the Winterhawks have a recent history of high draft players that's hit and miss (good, Johansen, bad Neiderreiter).
"Chaos is hard. Fools tire quick."
- James Ellroy
Posted 04/19/2015 01:21:00 EDT
Worst case scenarios would be more likely to include Milbury than best cases. Worst Case Scenario: GM Milbury, JFJr, Jay Feaster, Stanley; Coach: Milbury, McGuire, Cherry, Dave Lewis, Robbie Ftorek, more »
Posted 04/19/2015 01:13:13 EDT
In response to kitchener's comment:
In response to dannycater's comment:
Hire Don Cherry
Yeah...didn't work out too well in Mississauga.
Posted 04/18/2015 02:44:49 EDT
I was really hoping this would be the thread where we talk about all the great hockey being played, even if the Bruins aren't around. Nope. This is the thread where we just continue having the same more »
Posted 04/18/2015 11:20:41 EDT
Maggio has a Gregory Campbell-like ability to absorb punches.
Posted 04/18/2015 09:57:14 EDT
What a maroon.
Posted 04/18/2015 09:53:19 EDT
In response to Fletcher1's comment: In response to Crowls2424's comment: In response to shuperman's comment: Bruins did lose a lot of leadership and snarl. ST to his credit was well respected and tr more »
Posted 04/18/2015 09:21:49 EDT
Meh, last season loss doesn't mean much. They're in and they're bringing the reinforcements. Right now, they'd match up against their old pal Chris Bourque in Hartford. I'd rather they don't fall b more »
Posted 04/18/2015 08:51:33 EDT
In response to shuperman's comment: Bruins did lose a lot of leadership and snarl. ST to his credit was well respected and tried to play physical...Iggy really helped settle Milan down and brought p more »
Posted 04/18/2015 08:46:52 EDT
In response to RichHillOntario's comment: I said in another thread I took the Bruins and their playoff presence for granted. Them being in was automatic. Now, other than hoping the Habs get shoved out more »
Posted 04/18/2015 08:40:04 EDT
Chiarelli was in Boston for close to a decade. In the few days, I think I've seen 10000 posts that point out one or two things he did and then say "so he had to go" or "so he got jobbed". e.g. Chiar more »
Posted 04/18/2015 08:17:17 EDT
Yes, Captain Obvious, the playoffs a much better when the Bruins are in them. You must at least get some charge out the Caps coming back last night? I lost track of that game at 2-0, so I was surpri more »
Posted 04/17/2015 02:09:28 EDT
Yeah, the return on "Sequin" was an issue. Sure with they had "Sequin" still. That is one of several reasons to give this article zero credibility. Anyone on any internet message board could write thi more »
Posted 04/17/2015 11:59:30 EDT
In response to OatesCam's comment: However, I am trying to approach the situation with an open mind. While PC oversaw this great decade of Boston Bruins, it's well known that key pieces of the Cup (P more »
Posted 04/17/2015 09:31:13 EDT
In response to Not-A-Shot's comment: "Eaten his skull dry" might be the most extreme statement I have read here. And it's by Isla? Hahaha. Awesome. I know. Isla is generally awesome; this is just more »
Posted 04/17/2015 07:45:57 EDT
Put another way, I also hated the executives who brought us New Coke, the second and third Matrix movies, and Yoko Ono. We don't know what's coming next, but if you think these guys are half way to d more »
Posted 04/17/2015 07:40:49 EDT
I think there's a misunderstanding about Neely, and it goes both to the "in Cam I trust" side as well as the "screwg that guy" side. Neely's primary life after hockey has been executive and board rol more »
Posted 04/17/2015 07:03:52 EDT
Neely is a lucky kid. Charlie Jacobs is a figurehead.
Posted 04/16/2015 07:44:38 EDT
In response to dannycater's comment: 03-04 B's...did everything it was supposed to do, including acquiring Gonchar, Nylander, not exactly your run of the mill NHL players for the playoffs....They had more »
Posted 04/16/2015 07:34:13 EDT
In response to shuperman's comment: As a fan im just not that interested in who the GM, owner or coach are. I can talk about it but ultimately it's the roster I care about. Since 2011 there have b more »
Posted 04/16/2015 07:30:46 EDT
In response to marco0863's comment:
Chia had to go thank goodness most of the fans knew this. ..
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Posted 04/16/2015 07:29:58 EDT
In response to stevegm's comment: Poll means squat. Sportsnet has their own poll on this very subject. 80% against firing PC 20% for Locally, Bruin fans want blood. The rest of the hockey world s more »
Posted 04/16/2015 07:27:20 EDT
In response to marco0863's comment: In response to kitchener's comment: This BDC Forumn is usually totally different from what most Bruin fans have to say about anything. They delve in krap casual we more »
Posted 04/16/2015 06:11:03 EDT
In response to Sportsnutty's comment: In response to bostonfan191646's comment: He just fired a guy that has done a very good job, top 3 in the NHL because he didn't like the guy. He also wouldn't a more »
Posted 04/16/2015 03:00:14 EDT
In response to BigBadnBruin's comment: Why is it hard for some to understand that cap issues & a lack of quality prospects, are a direct result of a WINNING team? I don't know, but if you find out, le more »
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