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What’s Wrong With The Boston Bruins

19th
Apr. × ’13

This is probably the most asked, least answered question in Boston sports. The answer is complex, and involves more than a few moving pieces. Health: The Bruins have certainly had less than average amounts of injuries, and unfortunately the two most prominent injuries have been to their top scorer, and their most important skater. Brad […]


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If I Told You In September…

17th
Apr. × ’13

This is a feature that will run about every two weeks with improbable stats and situations in the National Hockey League.   Teams: on April 17th the New York Islanders and Columbus Blue Jackets would have a better chance of making the playoffs than last years eastern conference champions the New Jersey Devils. the Los […]


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Where’s The Earth Shattering Kaboom?

3rd
Apr. × ’13

The Buffalo Sabre’s declared themselves sellers. Not trading for change, sellers. Today Darcy Regier might have moved a couple pens across his desk, but players? Not so much. Moving Jason Pominville is a start, and they got solidly rated prospects back, but this is a sellers market.  This is a team that should be blown […]


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If I Told You In September…

20th
Mar. × ’13

This is a feature that will run about every two weeks with improbable stats and situations in the National Hockey League. Players: … Chris Stewart, Brad Marchand and Jiri Tlusty would be in the top 21 goal scorers in the NHL and Ryan Getzlaf, Rick Nash, and Phil Kessel would not. … Luke Schenn would […]


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What We Know: First Third Eastern Edition

23rd
Feb. × ’13

The perennial powers in the Eastern Conference are mostly living up to their potential. It is the bubble teams, and the wild cards that are making life so interesting.  I doubt anyone outside the Francosphere predicted the Canadiens would lead the Eastern Conference at any time, and yet they do. Predicting the Capitals as a […]


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7 Left Wings Every Team Should Want (Non Superstars)

14th
Aug. × ’12

There are possibly more than those on this list. Any players who miss the list; Work Harder. Anyone who’s on the list; don’t you dare prove me wrong. Left wing is probably the shallowest position in the entire NHL. The Stanley Cup winning LA Kings didn’t have a career left winger anyone would tab as […]


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If Krejci Is Traded Who Moves?

13th
Jul. × ’12

The Krejci for X discussions across the Boston sports scene have never been hotter. Bobby Ryan is the current most lusted for player, but moving him, even for a good return creates issues of who slides into what position. As we all know by now Chiarelli’s lust for drafting small skilled forwards is as great […]


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Bruins Season Review Part Two: Physical Elements

1st
May. × ’12

While motivation has its place in the legion of defects that ended the Bruins problems, there is another one that needs to be addressed. On the physical axis the Bruins are neither uncatchably swift nor menacing and hulking. Just two of the forwards who started the year in the teams top six are over two […]


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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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