5/6/18 - @TBL - Worry about the 60 minutes

mwonow

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Seems like Chara paid some extra attention to Stamkos last time they were on the ice together.

And I want to see the Bs flatten these fucks. But hit's hard to hit what you can't catch, and it's also tough to score when you can't even get SOGs
 

Jed Zeppelin

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It the league would've laughed, called us cry babies and continued the fuck over. They want the Bruins out. Nothing anyone can do about it.
At what point and at what value does it make sense to trade Marchand just to stop getting a raw deal, lol.
 

Haunted

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The 2nd/3rd line ineptitude has been tough to overcome.
Yeah the nonexesistant secondary scoring has loomed large this series. It’s up their with the putrid defense for why’d they’re losing.
 

The Gray Eagle

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Need a third period like in game 7 against Toronto. This is on the road against a better team, so it’s a lot less likely.

But if they can just pull that off, this is a series again.
 

JCizzle

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Yeah the nonexesistant secondary scoring has loomed large this series. It’s up their with the putrid defense for why’d they’re losing.
It's kinda weird, I think debrusk has continued to play great. Results matter though, I guess.
 

Reardons Beard

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It's absolutely Marchand. Huge story up in Canada. They look at it as a huge distraction. Want him out ASAP.
I was thinking this too. Wouldn't be surprised if NHL talked to Bruins FO sometime ago and told them to get Marchy to simmer down and they said go shit in your hat or didn't as so much say a thing to him about it. The game behind/within the game and all that.
 

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Not a good period for the Bruins, but however you look at it — possession, zone time, hits, goaltending — the Bruins have played Tampa pretty even Friday night and today. But Tampa has finished more plays and there you have it.

Last chance to extend the season. Come on, guys.
 

Deathofthebambino

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It's been clear since game one that the B's weren't going to be allowed to get passed this round. (And no, I don't think it's a leaguewide consipracy, just biased officiating) If you're going to go out, go out with a fight, and make Tampa remember you, so when next season rolls around, they cower in fear at the thought of playing you again.
 

Norm Siebern

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It's been clear since game one that the B's weren't going to be allowed to get passed this round. (And no, I don't think it's a leaguewide consipracy, just biased officiating) If you're going to go out, go out with a fight, and make Tampa remember you, so when next season rolls around, they cower in fear at the thought of playing you again.
Yes, yes and yes.
 

Deathofthebambino

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Now that the series is basically over, it's amazing how they aren't tossing the Bruins out of the faceoff circle anymore.
 

Haunted

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I think Ryan Callahan left something behind on Eddies chin.
 

Deathofthebambino

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That was blown dead because????
Between the faceoff bullshit, the icing/non-icing, the random whistles, and the penalties and non-calls, I literally believe that somewhere in the last two weeks, the entire rule book was re-written, and we weren't told about it, because apparently, the rules that did apply for the last 35+ years I've been watching the sport don't apply anymore.