Monthly Archives: October 2011

Fixing the Bruins: Pride, Promotion and Punishment

31st
Oct. × ’11

The Bruins are in an unusual place in that they have all the cap room they need to make internal tweaks to the roster. It has been ten games, and it’s clear not only are some players doing better than others, but some are trying harder than others. I’ve been to Bruins practices where the […]


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Fixing the Bruins: The Trade Route

30th
Oct. × ’11

Like everyone else I’m sick to death of hearing about the Bruins Cup Hangover. I’m even more sick of the absolutely asinine statement that we need to go out and find another Recchi. First, there aren’t many 40+ players in the league dying for a third Stanley Cup who have recently mentored two superstar forwards […]


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Bruins: Good News Bad News

30th
Oct. × ’11

The Bad News: David Krejci is utterly useless thus far this season. Utterly. He’s got one goal, zero assists and is a team worst -5. Yes, he had a “core” injury, but core and ‘brain’ aren’t the same thing. Dennis Seidenberg it appears that the German defenseman used up all his hockey sense during the […]


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Tick Tick Tick

28th
Oct. × ’11

I looked at the standings this morning. I’m willing to be the depression rate among Bruins fans will climb exponentially as more and more crack open their internet browser and do the same Given where things stand right now, the Bruins would be looking at the serious possibility of drafting first. Thanks to an hour […]


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Bruins – Habs Drinking Game: The Rivalry Renews

27th
Oct. × ’11

The greatest rivalry in sports rejoins the fray. As always PuckSage, PuckSage.com, the NHL, The Bruins, Canadiens and anyone else you might try and blame your problems on assume no responsibility for your actions but promise to Like the Youtube video of you doing something regrettable. Take One Drink: For each fist pump of Rene […]


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#PearnDidIt

26th
Oct. × ’11

The Montreal Canadiens who are injury battered, diminutive, and under-talented are off to their worst start in decades. They haven’t drafted well, they’ve made questionable trades, the coming and going of free agents has been brutal, today General Manager Pierre Gauthier took the obvious and clearly necessary step of removing the biggest obstacle to success […]


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Trade Scenarios: David Krejci

25th
Oct. × ’11

Some members or positions on the Bruins seem to come up for speculation on a daily basis. Some times it is highlighting a weakness, sometimes it is because of excess depth. David Krejci’s name has come up more often than before recently. Someone asked me


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Bruins 6pm Press Conference

25th
Oct. × ’11

Yesterday afternoon the Bruins front office set of a wave of speculation. All they had to do was let the hockey universe know they were going to be holding a press conference today at 6pm. No one I’ve seen, or heard knows anything and the lines of speculation are both long and distinguished. Some of […]


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Around the NHL

24th
Oct. × ’11

The Montreal Canadiens and Phoenix Coyotes made a trade that may just be the most over discussed trade of fourth line talent and AHL players of they year. Stay tuned, Columbus and Ottawa could trade guys off their second line. Former Boston Bruins Joe Thornton and Hal Gill (@Skillsy75) who broke into the NHL the […]


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