Off-season Game Thread 2022

Dummy Hoy

Angry Pissbum
SoSH Member
Jul 22, 2006
The off-season thread always gets so hasty and full of aggressive blame. I just like hanging out with you guys.

Really hoping Bergy comes back. Gun to head I think it's 50/50...the biggest clue for me that he's leaving has been the rush from journos to repeatedly emphasize that he could retire. Smells like they've heard that a bunch but don't feel comfortable going with anything concrete. I just love watching him play and the caliber of his play has really not dropped off. Tough to blame him though, the amount of work he must put into maintaining his level is exhausting. Eventually a man wants to rest.


Apr 27, 2016
Anyone know when we might get updates re: guys that were playing hurt? Pasta was obviously dealing with something core/oblique related. We know Grz was playing through an injury based on Cassidy comments when Lindholm came back. McAvoy was favoring his shoulder in game 6 but he looked ok Saturday.

One I am curious about is that it seemed to me Marchand's shot was noticeably less dangerous after the hit he took from Hathaway mid year which looked at the time like it did some damage to his shoulder.


Hates Goose Island Beer; Loves Backdoor Play
SoSH Member
Dec 2, 2006
Tuukka's refugee camp
I feel like it's usually after the exit interviews. Not sure when that's scheduled for but imagine in the next couple days.


SoSH Member
Nov 15, 2006
306, row 14
Today. It's breakup day. They go through their exit interviews and do media afterwards. It's a slow drip, and so far pretty boring. Sweeney has his year end on Wednesday. Neely/ownership on Thursday.

Forbort said his dog likes Boston because there's food on the ground. Zboril was walking around the Pru when the MRI results confirming his ACL was torn came back and he was upset. Wagner was bummed about the Providence thing but said Bergy checked in on him once a month and that kep his spirits up. Blidh was mad he didn't play much. Lazar wants to stay.


serves you chicken wings
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SoSH Member
Mar 13, 2006
South Boston
The Atlantic reporting all kinds of disharmony between the front office and coach, especially regarding 5 on 5 offense. I’m inclined to think that it’s more likely than not that Sweeney stays and Cassidy is gone.

Dummy Hoy

Angry Pissbum
SoSH Member
Jul 22, 2006
Selfishly, the Bruins sucking next year may benefit me, as tickets may be more affordable on the secondary market. Would love to get my kids to a game.


The Man in the Box
SoSH Member
Aug 23, 2006
I'm taking re-certification tests this week. One down, one more this afternoon. Fun...


Set Adrift on Memory Bliss
SoSH Member
Apr 11, 2006
Portland, OR
Played in my first 2 disc golf tournaments. Have already signed up for 3 more.
Silver lining: I now know exactly how bad of a disc golfer I am.

The Napkin

wise ass al kaprielian
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Jul 13, 2002
right here
Feel like this might be of interest to someone or someones here

The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation has announced the third annual 'Break 'N the Ice' fundraiser, right here at TD Garden!
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Tickets for 'Break 'N the Ice' at TD Garden are on sale now and available on Account Manager. Tickets are $30 for skaters and $15 for spectators. Please note that spectator tickets include access to the arena; no spectator will be allowed on the ice.