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Bruins Season Review Part One: Out The Door

26th
Apr. × ’12

The season is over. In the wake of a hard fought series against a team that had the Bruins number all season, it’s hard to see how anyone can be devastated. This isn’t the loss to the Flyers after going up three games to none. It’s not a loss to a truly hated team like […]


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What Ails the Bruins? Part 2

12th
Mar. × ’12

The second of two parts. The first is here. What’s wrong with the Bruins defense? Chara, Ference, Seidenberg, Boychuk, McQuaid, Corvo have as a unit sucked ass not played to their potential of late. The most telling is Chara who has not only made poor decisions but been knocked down more often than Steve Rogers […]


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If The Playoffs Started Today: East

9th
Mar. × ’12

The Eastern Conference is clearly the stronger of the two this season, and with five teams that have a legitimate shot at the Conference Finals if they stay healthy, one hellacious dog fight is brewing. 1: New York Rangers vs  #8 Washington Capitals Two weeks ago if you had to project this matchup you’d have […]


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Boston Bruins Trade Potential

25th
Feb. × ’12

The Bruins are in a decent position in the standings. They do have injuries to two key forwards and have shown little ability to replace them internally. It’s likely that Peter and Cam will want to add without subtracting again (even if that is unlikely) so I don’t expect anything huge. Here’s a look at […]


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Going Off The Rails: How Not To Fix The Bruins

14th
Feb. × ’12

The Boston Bruins need a tweak or two. That’s undeniable what they don’t need is a large scale or large salary swap out. Injecting the wrong player, or removing one who is a key contributor is counter productive. It amounts to pouring sugar in the gas tank in the final smoke test before a race. […]


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Bruins Escape With 2 Points

17th
Nov. × ’11

The Bruins escaped their visit from the Columbus Blue Jackets with two points and that’s about all that can be said for the home team in front of the crease. Tuukka Rask made the most of his appearance and gave the Bruins a chance to…not lose badly. Curtis Sanford as the other end of the […]


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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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Northeast Division Roundup

22nd
Oct. × ’11

In two months the division standings will tell you which teams are good, which are bad and which are bubble teams. With the Bruins, Sabres and Canadiens picked preseason to make the playoffs, right now all the division standings tell us is which teams are off to a  poor start. Senators: The Senators have a […]


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