Sharks @ Bruins

wiffleballhero

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Mar 28, 2009
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In the simulacrum
Isn't this twice in the last week that the Bruins have had someone lose a blade? Seems a little too frequent for my taste. Maybe they need to drop those Bauer trigger releases. Flimsy!
 

Rosey Ruzicka

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I’m really wondering if Jack is having neurological problems. I’m honestly worried for him.
I havent wanted to say it but I really do think he is having some type of degenerative neurological problems, and they are keeping it quiet about it to let him finish the season. If it was a substance thing they would make him take a leave of absence I would think.
 

tonyandpals

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Burlington
If we needed a prime example of the difference between last year's team and this year's because of the coaching change...both goals from this game.
There was a play last night the doesn't show on the score-sheet, and I can't remember exactly when or names or #s (I was there trying to keep 3 kids happy/fed), but it was a classic case where a wing was rushing the puck up, got some pressure, and would have been a classic case of gain the red line, dump it in, and go to work in the corner. Instead they hit a flying Dman for an easy entry where they set up shop and put on an ozone clinic.

So fun to watch.