Bruins v. Rangers

PedroSpecialK

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And of course, Zibanejad snipes one

Batting an airborn, cross-ice puck over the d-zone glass is really worthy of a minor penalty
 

PedroSpecialK

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Has to be 2 for instigating, 2 for third man in by McQuaid there

Should be 5-on-3, 2 on Strome, 2 on McQuaid
 

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Should be instigator and third man in on NYR, not even a questionable hit on Wagner.
 

PedroSpecialK

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1. Why is Grzelcyk sending that in behind the red line
2. What the fuck is Acciari doing on the ice down 1 with 2 minutes to go
 

The Napkin

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You have the puck with room at the dots so your play is to skate backwards and the pass the puck to blue line where a shot is taken right into a Ranger. Bruins offense.
 

Salem's Lot

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They have to figure something out on the power play. Zone entries have been bad. They’re fumbling pucks all over the zone. Missing one timers. Gotta make some adjustments.
 

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Rangers announcers never mentioned Chytil's goal was earned by beating Pastrnak not Kevan Miller, as they initially indicated, but it was noteworthy to me - our D's propensity to pinch aggressively is resulting in a lot of opportunities like this, this year - to say nothing of the shorties. There's a price to pay for the kind of team-wide offensive pressure Cassidy favors.
 

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Rangers announcers never mentioned Chytil's goal was earned by beating Pastrnak not Kevan Miller, as they initially indicated, but it was noteworthy to me - our D's propensity to pinch aggressively is resulting in a lot of opportunities like this, this year - to say nothing of the shorties. There's a price to pay for the kind of team-wide offensive pressure Cassidy favors.
The Bruins have given up the second fewest goals in the league while being middle of the pack in scoring. I’m not sure changing the system is going to further improve their goals against.

Their big problem is the lack of secondary scoring from the sixth forward and third line. None of the younger player/prospects have produced and Heinen has taken a step back.
 

Salem's Lot

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The Bruins have given up the second fewest goals in the league while being middle of the pack in scoring. I’m not sure changing the system is going to further improve their goals against.

Their big problem is the lack of secondary scoring from the sixth forward and third line. None of the younger player/prospects have produced and Heinen has taken a step back.
When you’re top heavy like the Bruins are, you have to score on the power play. When it’s in a funk like it is now, you lose games you shouldn’t. A few days off and some good practices could help.

That being said, Rask out with a concussion is a potential season changer if he’s out long term.