Monthly Archives: May 2010

The Center of the Problem part 2

May. × ’10

The Bruins might be forced to sacrifice one of their top three centers to either reel in a top scoring winger, free up cap space, or possibly a puck moving defenseman. Marc Savard has led the Bruins in offense three of the four seasons he’s been on the team. In his time here he’s developed […]

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The Center of the Problem part 1

May. × ’10

Much has been made of the probability of the Bruins drafting Seguin and the need to then trade a center. First as Bergeron, Krejci, and Sequin have all played wing and will probably do so again this is not a given. Chiarelli has expressed his confidence that both Sequin and Hall can play all three […]

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Net Drama = Bruins loss.

May. × ’10

First let me say that in the Rask vs Thomas war, I’m a Bruins fan first, a fan of great hockey, and then a fan of one of the goalies. That said, if Thomas doesn’t start the next game Julien should be looking for a new job in a month. Before we get into stats, […]

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Where we stand

May. × ’10

This morning the Boston Bruins have the chance to do what no other team this round has. They also have the chance to do what no Bruins squad has done since before most of this team were allowed to cross the street by themselves. They have the opportunity to sweep a hungry and competitive team […]

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Two down, who to go?

May. × ’10

With the loss of David Krejci to injury, the Bruins leadership is faced with the tough decision of who to fill a roster slot with. It almost certainly won’t be someone playing at center when they are added to the lineup as Bergeron and Savard are obviously one and two, with Sobotka and Begin filling three and four. Here’s a look at some of the guys you might see at forward if Krejci can’t play.

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Game 2 Bruins and Flyers

May. × ’10

The Garden, the crowd outside and all the watering holes are jumping. The fans are 80%+ in Bruins gear. For those of you visiting Boston from benighted parts like Philly or various civilized locales, there is excellent beer, bhooze and nosh all over the place around the Garden, including a slightly over priced bar in […]

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Tell me where it hurts

May. × ’10

The playoffs are said to be the time that separates the good from the great, more often it’s the time that divides the whole from the healing. The Pittsburgh Penguins have gotten back the services of Tyler Kennedy and Jordan Leopold, but lost their top penalty killer, and second best faceoff man this post season in Jordan […]

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